We just received the first—but by no stretch the last—attack by Otzma Yehudit chairman MK Itamar Ben Gvir.
"You really have no shame, do you?"
Ra'am: “The Al-Aqsa Mosque, in its 144 dunams (35 acres), is solely the property of Muslims and no one else has any right to it.”
Tisha B'Av 2021: “The people of the UAL and the activists of the Islamic Movement will defend the sanctity of Al-Aqsa Mosque with their bodies.”
The network of tunnels beneath the Temple Mount has been the subject of much mystery and controversy, but the cisterns – some of which are linked to biblical sources – are just as fascinating.
Tisha B'Av is only the first tense day on the Temple Mount this week.
“Despite the danger, despite the warnings, nothing has been done . . . and thousands of worshipers may be injured as a result of the collapse of the bridge.”
The visit came after Police Commissioner Kobi Shabtai had issued a specific ban against Ben-Gvir's ascending to the mountain.
Glick demanded that the rules apply to everyone equally.
“The very fact that an MK in the State of Israel cannot march in the Old City is a deterioration, a surrender to Hamas, a surrender to terrorism.”
The Rosh Chodesh walk around the gates to the Old City of Jerusalem went on as planned to mark the upcoming Hebrew month of Tamuz.
"This is the end of democracy."
The Israeli police continue to prevent Jewish MKs from going up to the Temple Mount.
“The director of Facebook told me that the hashtag ‘Sheikh Jarrah’ had been shared 76 million times,” says P.A. Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh, hailing “unprecedented” global support.
A structural engineer warned of “extreme dryness” and “many longitudinal cracks” in the planks of the wooden footbridge.
Hamas has become very influential and noticeable among the Arabs in Jerusalem.
Gafni's letter to Netanyahu was a kind of celebration of diaspora Judaism and the deep resistance of Haredi Jews to the most basic message of the Zionist movement.
It is believed the violence came in response to calls by the Hamas terrorist organization for a "Day of Rage" in Jerusalem.
Arguably, when police are so reluctant to maintain law and order, those who go out and do it are not vigilantes.
In a determined and quick operation, the police arrested seven suspects for disturbing the order.
Rashida Tlaib demonstrated her ignorance in both geography and theology.
“Islam’s 3rd holiest site is being used to stockpile Molotov cocktails and rocks being lobbed at police and Jewish worshippers praying at the Western Wall, below the Temple Mount,” Israeli Ambassador Gilad Erdan tweeted in response to the Michigan legislator.
The Israeli government said the flames were the result of live fireworks that were launched inside the Temple Mount Compound.
The Haredi MKs letter is the first open expression of no confidence in Netanyahu, and much less blunt than those issued, reportedly, by Netanyahu's own senior party members.
Everyone demands that Israel protect the right to worship and in the name of the same right it must forbid the prayer of Jews at the most sacred place for Jews in the world.
“Saudi Arabia rejects Israel’s plans and measures to evict dozens of Palestinians from their homes in Jerusalem and impose Israeli sovereignty over them.”
The defense establishment and the police considered whether to impose restrictions on the entry of worshipers to the Temple Mount and decided to allow the prayers.
“Jordan sent an official protest letter demanding that the Temple Mount be closed to Jews due to the end of Ramadan."
Itamar Ben-Gvir paid a very respectful visit to the Jewish people's holiest site for the first time since being elected to the Knesset.
The Muslims were repeatedly kicking the ball at the Dome of the Rock, which is the location of the Jewish People's holiest site.