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    • Yaakov Sullivan
    • 06.10.09 | 21:53 (IST)

    I use the example of Rabbi Moshe Levinger who came to celebrate Pesach in 1968 in the Park Hotel in Hebron. I usggest you look what this same ilk has done in Hebron today and what they are repsonsible for. They spawned Baruch Goldstien. So you can deny my "facts" all you wish. I refer you to the website of the Temple Mount Faithful. Small group you say? Perhaps in membership but how many followers do they have in religious/nationalist circles as well as among protesta fundamentalists? Who dsthought, 12 yrs ago, that "small groups" would lay claim to Silwan and now begin to make it yet anohtter settlement. The Waqf has alwayspermitted groups of tourists to visit their shrines. They do not countenance groups that lay claim to the site and refer to Muslims as usurpers and occupiers. Get your fqcts striaght and dont obfuscate with this usual zionist bullshit.

    from the article: Palestinian official: Israel deliberately sparking fire in Jerusalem
    First published 02:10 06.10.09 | Last updated 19:02 06.10.09
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