The asylum seeker, 36, cared for Kako Yamena after she was stabbed by an Israeli man in Tel Aviv, in 2014.03:54 09.02.16 | 0 comments
From your mouth to God's Ear! Let the Rishon L'Zion, Rabbi Amar join hands with the Mufti on the Temple mount and recite psalms, holy to both relgions. Let then call out to their own communities to recognise the humanity of the other which transcends the holiness of place and let them call for peace and reconciliation. Let them use their religious authority to unify and make peace, not instill hostility, arrogance, triumphalism and superiority of one over the other. Let Amar state that the temple will not be built by human hands at this time and to recognise that there is noidolatry, as recognised by either jews or Muslims, on the Temple Mount. Put down the stones, take out the military strutting and let the Word of Ged break through it all. What they are now fighting over has become a charnel house not a house of prayer for all peoples.