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Court Demands Police End Discrimination against Jews

reposted from Arutz 7
Iyar 19, 5773, 29/04/13

The police arrested a Jew on the Temple Mount after he responded to a group of thirty women yelling "Allahu Akbar" at him with "Mohammed is dead". The Jerusalem Magistrate Court upheld the claims of his attorney by which Mohammed is, in fact, dead and buried in Medina, Saudi Arabia, a fact corroborated by 5 random Muslims on the street.

The Court added that there are no grounds for the demand of the police to ban the victim from the Temple Mount for 60 days after "disturbing the peace", as his response was a legitimate retort after the Muslim women's provocation. The Court also called to the police to stop the selective discrimination against Jews ascending to the Mount, while allowing constant Muslim harassment against them.

 

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