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Channel 2 Claims 100,000 Jews Plan Temple Mount Protest

reprinted from Arutz Sheva
00:39 Mar 17, '05 / 6 Adar 5765

(IsraelNN.com) Some opponents to the government's disengagement plan are planning to bring 100,000 Jews to the Temple Mount during the scheduled evacuation of Jews this summer, according to Israeli TV Channel 2. Jews are allowed to visit the holy site in small groups and are forbidden to pray or protest there.

The strategy is to concentrate on Jerusalem as a center for demonstrations in order to force police to move manpower from the Jewish communities in Gaza to the capital. The evacuation is dependent on police evacuating several thousand Jews, and most of the entire police force is scheduled to be stationed in Gaza during the operation.

 

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