Zoabi allowed entry to Temple Mount after confrontation with police

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November 5, 2014 10:54

 
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MK Haneen Zoabi (Balad) confronted police officers outside the Temple Mount compound on Wednesday morning when she was not let in to the site which had been closed due to rioting and rock-throwing by Arab youths.

Zoabi yelled at police, "I am not a terrorist," drawing a comparison between Israel's treatment of Arabs to Nazi treatment of the Jews during the Holocaust.

Zoabi was eventually let in to the Temple Mount when the site was reopened.









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