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Temple Mount – Alternate Tuesdays and Thursdays

For the 2nd time this week, police are letting Jews onto the Temple Mount, while preventing Arabs from going up and harassing them.
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Photo Credit: Meir Yerushalmi

It almost appears like the police are offering alternate days on the Temple Mount between Jews and Muslims.

On Tuesday, Shavuot eve, the police closed the Temple Mount to Muslims, and let up Jews, while on Wednesday, Shavuot, the Temple Mount was closed to Jews and open to Muslims.

This fine Thursday morning, Isru Chag Shavuot, apparently Jews are being let up, while the Muslims aren’t.

The police have apparently implemented this solution as Jewish visitors have been repeatedly harassed and attacked by Muslim rioters on the Temple Mount during their visits.

It was recently uncovered that Hamas, a partner in the Palestinian Unity Government (PUG), has been paying Arabs on the Temple Mount to scream, curse and attack Jews who visit the Temple Mount in order to discourage and ruin their visits to the Jewish holy site.

Now, all the police have to do is let Jews pray while up there.

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16 Responses to “Temple Mount – Alternate Tuesdays and Thursdays”

  1. David Cohen says:

    All it takes is a little resolve. My guess is the Arabs considered the authorities allowing them to riot there to be a sign of weakness

  2. Zhan van Wyk says:

    Build the Temple

  3. Is that the way it works if families have friends in the opposite sides of the walls and barriers too?

  4. How about M- thru Sunday.

  5. As it should be, each & EVERY day! B”H!!

  6. Rod Borghese says:

    According to the Quran Muslims are supposed to only pray in Mecca. Someone should tell them they are not in Mecca.

  7. Amen! The way it should be!

  8. Thank you Jesus’!

  9. My husband was on temple mount with a group og PEACEFUL tourists…guess who was on temple mount throwing rocks and yelling at t he top of there lungs??

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