Group issues fatwa against Muslim travel to Aksa mosque

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March 14, 2013 02:23

 
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The Palestine Scholars Association, a radical Islamic body in the Palestinian territories, issued a fatwa on Wednesday banning foreign Muslims from visiting the Temple Mount as long as Jerusalem is under Israeli control.

Dr. Maher al-Huli, head of the fatwa department in the PSA, said that non-Palestinian Muslims should refrain from visiting the Aksa Mosque “while it remains captive by the state of the Jews.

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