Photo Credit: Yossi Zamir/Flash90
Yehuda Glick on the Temple Mount, Feb 18, 2014.

Last Thursday, Hebrew University professor Roni Allenblum took his “Geographical History of Jerusalem” class up to the Temple Mount, or rather, most of his class.

Aryeh Copelan is the only religious, kipa-wearing Jewish student in the class who decided to join the class’s field trip.

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Despite wearing a baseball cap the police at the entrance realized Copelan was a religious Jew and forbade his entrance, according to a Makor Rishon report.

The rest of the class were allowed through unhindered.

How’s that for police discrimination?

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15 COMMENTS

  1. This student should find a good lawyer and sue not only the police but the government (ie Bibi) for discrimination and religious persecution.

    This is not acceptable for a country which proudly calls itself a democracy.

  2. anti-Semitic? Alan! I am as semitic as they come. And this is not one policeman making a mistake. Yehuda Glick is lately banned from Har Habayit. Moshe Feiglin is banned from Har Habayuit. If anybody here is anti-Semitic, it is the chiloni mafia running Israeli Supreme Court. Hopefully Ayelet Shaked will straighten the mess out.

  3. BS. Pinko liberal voters for Herzog and his ilk are not at war with anybody. Israeli Universities (just like their counterparts in the USA) are dominated by leftist peaceniks ready to appease the Arabs at any cost. They are not at war with anybody, except perhaps the "settlers", Hesder movement and Charedim.

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