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Jews to be Permitted to Pray on the Temple Mount Wednesday Morning

reprinted from Arutz Sheva
04:49 Oct 19, '05 / 16 Tishrei 5766

(IsraelNN.com) A High Court of Justice decision permits Jews to pray on JerusalemÕs Temple Mount today, Wednesday, between 07:30-09:00. The courtÕs decision was in response to a petition filed by the Temple Mount Faithful organization.

The ruling stipulates they prayers must conclude by 09:00 when Islamic worshipers arrive to prevent a confrontation. The decision is a precedent setting one, permitting the Jews not only to visit the Mount but to pray. Such a position has not been taken by the court since at least 1976.

According to the conditions laid down by the court, police do not have the authority to unilaterally decide to cancel the permit based on security concerns as has generally been the case in previous rulings.

 

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