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Police, In Response to Muslim Threats, Consider Banning Jews From Temple Mount Monday

reprinted from Arutz Sheva
21:54 Mar 26, '06 / 26 Adar 5766

( In response to threats of violence by the Mufti of the Islmic Wakf in response to the planned ascent of rabbis to the Temple Mount Monday, Jerusalem police are considering barring Jewish entry to the site.

The Temple Mount, upon which both of Judaism's temples once stood, is Judaism's holiest site.

The Movement for the Establishment of the Third Temple had organized a visit of rabbis to the site to take place on the eve of elections, "In light of the clear and present danger to our holy land from those opposed to the covenant, who seek to abandon our inheritance."

The ascent is scheduled to begin at 7:30 AM, continue until 10 AM, and continue once again at noon - the hours the mount is open to Jewish visitors Sunday through Thursday.



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