A Conservative Against the Status Quo: Ben Shapiro Prays at Jerusalem's Temple Mount

Israel allows Jews to visit on the condition that they refrain from prayer or religious rites, but radical groups have been praying there with increasing frequency, sometimes under the protection of the police

Jonathan Shamir
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American right-wing media personality Ben Shapiro prayed at Jerusalem’s Temple Mount on Sunday, in violation of the long-standing religious status quo forbidding Jewish worship at the holy site.

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