October 30, 2014

Head of Temple Mount Movement Rabbi Yehuda Glick Shot in Jerusalem

The Temple Mount movement held a conference tonight 10/29 at the Begin Center in Jerusalem. MK Moshe Feiglin had spoken and left the Begin Center. At the end of the conference, Head of the Temple Mount Movement, Rabbi Yehudah Glick, accompanied by Manhigut Yehudit General Director Shai Malka, walked outside to his car. There was a motorcyclist with his helmet on standing there. He turned to Rabbi Yehuda in a thick Arabic accent, made sure of his identity and then shot him three times point blank. Rabbi Glick is in emergency surgery, in serious condition. Please pray for the speedy recovery of Yehuda Yehoshua ben Rivka Ita Brenda. 

MK Moshe Feiglin: The writing was and is still engraved on every possible wall. The flaccidity of the defense forces and Minister for Internal Security Aharonovitz in the face of the constant Arab violence against Jews on the Temple Mount - coupled with persecution of Jews on the Mount and the prohibition against Jewish prayer there - encourage further violence and have brought about this attempted murder. The most important response to this despicable act is to open the Temple Mount to Jews and to remove the prohibition against Jewish prayer there. 
 I will be at the Temple Mount tomorrow morning at 8:00. Please join me. 

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