'Israel will no longer tolerate Arab riots on Temple Mount'


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(Worthy News) - Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein (Likud) condemned Arab rioters on the Temple Mount, calling on the Israeli government to put an end to Arab efforts to intimidate Jews attempting to visit the Jerusalem holy site.

“This generation will no longer tolerate a situation in which on the Temple Mount, especially the Temple Mount, Muslim rioters can do what they please, and Jews who simply want to visit are threatened.” Edelstein said at a Knesset meeting marking Jerusalem Day, the anniversary of the unification of the capital.

“This is an illogical, immoral, undemocratic and un-Jewish situation. This situation must change.” [ Source: Arutz Sheva (Read More...) ]

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4 thoughts on “'Israel will no longer tolerate Arab riots on Temple Mount'”

  1. Gold is a pretty color .......... but it distracts from the real importance of the Temple Mount. Perhaps Israel should consider removing the gold-domed mosque. To muslims, it's a claim of ownership.

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