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In recent years, some residents of the Old City have been known to bury their dead sometimes in the Yosefia compound, which has become an illegal cemetery.
"We still demand to know how many are responsible for the spraying and whether they were caught."
“In accordance with the  status quo, the Temple Mount will be open for visits by non-Muslims but not for prayer.”
The only way to change this is to convince massive numbers of Israeli Jews to go up to the Temple Mount.
It's kind of where Islam meets Mormonism and Scientology and everybody brings lots of weed.
Now, this is a fine issue over which Israel should go to another election: Jewish prayer on the Temple Mount.
For many years it was the custom of Rabbi Dr. Moshe Dovid Tendler, famed posek, professor, and son-in-law of the great Rabbi Moshe Feinstein to perform the commandment of "Mora Mikdash" - showing reverence to God at the place of the Holy Temple, by ascending the Temple Mount in strict accordance with halacha - Jewish law.
Ra'am is a member of the Israeli government coalition.
The terrorist died from his wounds.
The terrorist was neutralized.
The Temple Mount Administration stated that it “concluded a fruitful year with positive progress” at the Jewish holy site.
Warnings by experts on the tenuous state of the bridge prompt the Western Wall Heritage Foundation to begin partial renovations of the temporary structure.
Does MK Smotrich doubt the ability of IDF soldiers to walk in a straight line?
"Singing the national anthem on the Temple Mount is a right, some would say a duty, for the citizens of Israel."
Now the only thing missing are hundreds of thousands of Jews.
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.