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10,000 Activists to Temple Mount Next Month

reprinted from Arutz Sheva
01:15 Mar 29, '05 / 18 Adar 5765

(IsraelNN.com) On Sunday, April 10, 2005, the first day of the Hebrew month of Nissan, Revava - a grassroots Jewish organization - plans to bring 10,000 Jews to the heavily restricted Temple Mount, in order, organizers say, "to spark Israeli dialogue about reclaiming the holy site from its Muslim custodians."

"We're talking about our civil and religious right to have access to the Temple Mount. The Temple Mount is the single holiest place in the world for Jews. It's time the Israeli government restores control to the rightful owners-the Jewish people," said David Ha'ivri, Chairman of Revava.

According to a Jerusalem Post report, Arabic posters with the image of Mr. Ha'ivri were put up in various mosques throughout Israel last week. It is unclear who was behind the posters, which were quickly removed, and police and Muslim authorities claimed to be unaware of their having been put up at all.

 

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