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Police Surrendering to Violence, Organization Says

reprinted from Arutz 7
Mar/14/10

(IsraelNN.com) Yehuda Glick, chairman of the Human Rights Organization for the Temple Mount, said that the decision by police to close the Temple Mount "once again shows that the police have surrendered to violence, and once again demonstrates that violence pays. Unfortunately the Arabs in Jerusalem have learned that violence works, and they are once again returning to their modus operandi.

"It's sad that the police punish the victims and reward the violent - once again closing the Temple Mount to Jews on a holy day," Glick said, referring to the fact that the Mount would be closed to Jews for Rosh Hodesh this Tuesday. "The police must bring in extra forces to ensure that the Mount remains open for everyone who is able to respect the site, and remove the radical, violent religious elements," he added.

 

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