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Hamas supporters marching on the Temple Mount, waving Hamas flags.

After the Temple Mount was closed to visitors on Sunday, following violent Arab riots and attacks on policemen, it became clear that the closure wasn’t extended to Muslims.

In fact, the closure of the Temple Mount wasn’t extended to Hamas terrorist supporters either.

Hamas supporters marching on the Temple Mount, waving Hamas flags.
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Masked Hamas supporters were seen marching around the Temple Mount, the Jewish people’s holiest site, carrying Hamas flags after the police closed the Temple Mount.

Meanwhile Jewish and non-Jewish visitors were not allowed onto the Jewish people’s holiest site.

Does this sound normal to you?

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67 COMMENTS

  1. It's insulting and shows that the Israeli Police are cowards. Put the IDF in charge and demote any ruling that the WAQF has on it. If it's a holy place to 3 religions, then 3 religions should have equal access for the time-being. If there is a ban on entering temple mount, then it should be an all over ban

  2. I don't live in Israel and don't presume to understand why the police continually allow Jews and Christians to be evicted from the Temple Mount when it is supposed to be open to all three religions. But it angers and upsets me to continue to read about it, so I won't read any more of the articles about the Temple Mount. This waving of the Hamas flag is disgusting.

  3. The Temple Mount is a truly sacred place for Jew and Christian alike. I am always struck by the fact that some people in the world, to whom God has given, like everyone, less than a century to live, practice hating others. People, world wide, are lovely because of differences. There is much to learn from each other and enjoy. However, when one group decides that their view is the only true view and all others must believe the way they do or die? Now that's different from all the other cultures on the planet.

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