Pushing law to allow Jews to pray on Temple Mount

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Pushing law to allow Jews to pray on Temple Mount

Postby gracebyfaith on Fri Nov 01, 2013 3:03 pm

Habayit Hayehudi pushing law to allow Jews to pray on Temple Mount

Habayit Hayehudi faction is cooperating with the Religious Service Ministry to propose legislation which would allow Jews to openly pray on the Temple Mount, for the first time since the site was liberated in 1967.…..

A decision like this is highly sensitive because the Arab and Muslim world closely follows every Jewish move on the mount, and more than once, visits of Jews to the
Temple Mount have led to violent riots….

If the law passes, it will be forbidden to harm the freedom of access of Jews to the site. On Monday, the Interior Committee is expected to hold a discussion on the issue, and there, the Deputy Minister of Religious Services Rabbi Eli-Ben Dahan will state that, “the current situation on the mount must change.”

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340 ... 12,00.html

Groundbreaking Law to Facilitate Jewish Prayer on Temple Mount

Proposals regarding the Temple Mount needs to receive an official stamp of approval from both Justice Minister Tzipi Livni and Prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu. In the meantime, an investigation is being launched by Bayit Yehudi, along with Chairwoman of the Committee of Interior Affairs MK Miriam Regev (Likud), regarding ways to enact legislation that flies "under the radar" to ensure Jewish prayer rights at the Mount. One suggestion includes declaring the Mount as a legal Jewish Holy Site, thus barring the exclusion of Jewish entry to the site on legal and moral grounds.

The Committee of Interior Affairs is set to discuss the issue in an official meeting this upcoming Monday, where Bayit Yehudi MK Rabbi Eli Ben-Dahan will declare that "the situation needs to change on the Temple Mount."

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