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Jordan Protests Jews’ Right To Pray


As part of the Peace Treaty with Jordan following Israel’s victory in the Six Day War, the Jordanian Waqf was granted control of Jerusalem’s Islamic holy sites, most importantly, the al-Aqsa mosque and Dome of the Rock, which happen to have been built on top of the holiest site in Judaism, the Temple Mount.  One of the rules the Waqf enforces is that Jews are not allowed to pray on the Temple Mount, people who violate this rule are frequently arrested, and forever forbidden from return.  Now Jordan has filed an “official protest” with Israel’s Foreign Ministry because a court ruled that three Jewish girls could pray NEAR the entrance to the Temple Mount!  Is this another example of religious “tolerance” or Islamic Supremacism?

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