Protect the Mount of Olives!

March 31, 2012 22:26

To allow unrestrained lawlessness at so sacred a site is what’s fundamentally unthinkable.

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Vandalism at the Mount of Olives

Vandalism at the Mount of Olives 311. (photo credit:Video obtained by the International Committee for )

Last Tuesday, several hours before he was to wed, a young bridegroom wished to say a short prayer at his mother’s grave on Jerusalem’s Mount of Olives. He lost his mother last year and a visit to the cemetery constituted for him her inclusion in his special day. He was driven up by his friend Dror Klein.

As they neared their destination, a bucket of white paint crashed into the front windshield, obscuring Dror’s view. A hail of stones followed.


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