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How One Trivial Israeli Ruling Could Ignite the Temple Mount – and Beyond

An Israeli judge overturned an order that kept three Jewish men from the Temple Mount after they recited a prayer. Within hours, the ruling sent shockwaves

Nir Hasson
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Nir Hasson

A lower court's decisions on releases from detention are usually of minimal importance among judicial decisions. Since the founding of the state, one can assume, there has been no decision that has caused such a storm as that by Judge Zion Saharay.

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