Leftist groups protest Feiglin Temple Mount visit

February 12, 2012 00:20


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The Left-wing organizations Ir Amim and Keshev sent Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu a letter on Saturday urging him to prevent Likud activist Moshe Feiglin from leading Likud central committee members to the Temple Mount on Sunday.

The Leftist groups warned that Feiglin's visit could spark a third Intifada. Feiglin's spokesman responded that there was nothing special about his visit and that he goes to the Temple Mount every year on Sunday's date, the 19th of Shvat.

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