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    • Sherlock Holmes
    • 15.10.09 | 11:13 (IST)

    What a ridiculous article ! The Muslims, like Moshe Dayan and the Rabbinate, Shlomo Goren and Ovadia Yosef I believe, knew that Jews had not ascended the Har HaBayis for almost 20 centuries. Rabbi Yosef ruled it was even prohibited for helicopters to fly over the Temple Mount because the sanctity includes the air space above. Rabbi Goren held public prayers, includinhg Hallel, Kaddish and Yizkor for the fallen, at the Kotel, but not actually on the Mount. That Shavuos 200,000 people made a pilgrimage to the Kotel, but did not ascend the Mount. Arabs living near the wall were rehoused in nearby Arab villages and the area was cleared to make a plaza in front of the Kotel for the tens of thousands who came every day. [Israel 50, Schiff and Dor ed. 1997]

    from the article: Share the Temple Mount
    First published 03:11 15.10.09 | Last updated 08:41 15.10.09
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