Israel is a shining beacon when it comes to non-Jewish faiths - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Bilbo
    • 27.01.13 | 15:34 (IST)

    Really? I guess you have never visited. Muslims are regularly prevented from praying on al-Haram al-Shareef. Discrimination is usually the age of the person, ie no-one under age x today. Christians from the West Bank cannot worship in Jerusalem. If you say, 'well, they're not Israeli', Jews living in the West Bank have no trouble worshipping at the Temple Mount. Hardly a shining beacon.

    from the article: Abolish Israel’s Chief Rabbinate
    First published 13:25 27.01.13 | Last updated 13:25 27.01.13
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