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Update: Police Did Not Interfere With Temple Mount Prayers

reprinted from Arutz Sheva
12:41 Oct 19, '05 / 16 Tishrei 5766

( Despite warning off Jews who had come to worship on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem this morning, the police in practice did allow those who insisted on ascending the Mount and praying to do so.

According to some of those present this morning on the Mount, the police did not interfere when two groups of Jews ascended the Mount in succession and read from printed pages of the morning prayers. Those who were allowed to enter could only do so from 7:45 a.m. until 8:15 a.m., however, in contravention of the High Court ruling.



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