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Monthly Recital of Prayers at Temple Gates Draws 2,500

reprinted from Arutz 7
30 Av 5767, 14 August 07 07:10

(IsraelNN.com) The monthly recital of Psalms and march around the old gates to the Temple Mount Monday night drew 2,500 people. The event takes place on or near the evening of the new month. Elul, the last month on the Jewish calendar, begins Tuesday night but the new month occasionally is also observed on the day before.

Police, reacting to the Arab terrorist attack on security guards last Friday in the Old City, told the participants with weapons that the dozens of security officers on hand were well equipped to react to an attack and that there would be no need for civilians to open fire.

The usually peaceful event ended without incident.

 

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