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    • voice of reason
    • 29.03.10 | 04:28 (IDT)

    Bradley, you live in a bubble. Under Jordanian rule from 1948-1967, neither Jews nor Israeli citizens of any faith were allow to share in any part of the old city. From 1967 until today, the old city has effectively been divided with the Jordanian religous trust (Waqf) controlling the temple mount where Jews are still prohibited and the Jerusalem police controlling the rest of the old city where all are free to worship with the exception of young Palestinian men during times of heightened security. The only part of Jerusalem which is occupied by a foreign power is the Temple Mount itself and I therefore agree with you that we pray G-d this passover that the temple mount be shared among all of the inhabitants of the land of Israel regardless of faith

    from the article: Passover Seder, Cup 4: Obama, this year in Jerusalem
    First published 19:18 28.03.10 | Last updated 22:06 28.03.10
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