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Temple Movements Request Passover Sacrifice

reprinted from Arutz 7
6 Nissan 5768, 11 April 08 01:17

(IsraelNN.com) Organizations dedicated to rebuilding the Temple submitted a request to the Jerusalem District Court on Thursday asking to be allowed to hold the Passover sacrifice on the Temple Mount. The groups named Jerusalem District Police Commander Aharon Franco, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, Public Security Minister Avi Dichter, the state of Israel, and the Muslim Waqf in a suit alleging racist discrimination.

The organizations are demanding that those named in their suit stop preventing Jews from accessing the Temple Mount, refrain from bothering Jews who attempt to enter the area, and prevent inappropriate behavior. The groups mentioned a recent incident in which Muslim youths played soccer on the Temple Mount as an example of such behavior.

The groups said allowing them to access the Temple Mount would be a victory for freedom of religion. Forbidding Jews from holding their religious ceremonies on the Temple Mount is racism, they said.

 

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