This is What the Entire World is Calling a ‘Provocation’ on the Temple Mount Right Now

A “provocation” they call it. A Jewish man with a headcovering sitting, legally, on the Temple Mount, or, as the Moslems call it, Haram al-Sharif.
Although officially under Israeli sovereignity, Moshe Dayan handed the keys to to the site to the Jerusalem Waqf, The Islamic brotherhood after taking back the old city of Jerusalem in 1967. Since then, everything seems to provoke the Muslims there and the Israeli government has been super accommodating to Muslim religious sensitivities.
The Knesset has debated in the past the Moslem restriction on non-Muslims to quietly pray at the site (after all, the Temple Mount is the holiest of all Jewish sites), yet, now it appears, that there is a restriction on Jews sitting quietly at the site as well. It seems that Jews doing anything at the Temple Mount incenses the Moslems.
Perhaps something needs to be done about the Muslims at the mount and not the Jews?

Published: January 28, 2015
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