The Jordanians have no right to say anything. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • George
    • 07.10.13 | 12:59 (IDT)

    This seems like a reasonable compromise assuming the detailed demands of WOW don't include anything else. But why in the world, does Israel give the Jordanians veto power over the Temple Mount, the Wall, or the plaza? When the Jordanians had control over this area from 1948 to 1967, they kicked every Jew, female and male out of the Jewish Quarter and desecrated every Jewish site there. They have long since forfeited any right to have a say.

    from the article: Women of the Wall agree in principle to move to new egalitarian space
    First published 10:46 07.10.13 | Last updated 09:06 07.10.13
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