Magal: Jews will not be prevented from praying at the Temple Mount

October 24, 2015 22:00


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Following US Secretary of State John Kerry's announcement on Saturday about Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reaffirming the status quo regarding prayer access rights to the holy site, Bayit Yehudi MK Yinon Magal said that nothing would prevent Jews from praying there. 

"I appreciate the prime minister's efforts to calm the situation at the moment, but in the end, nothing will prevent Jews from praying on the Temple Mount, their holiest site in the world, not even the Wakf's cameras," Magal wrote.

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