Erdan: We restored the peace and quiet to Jerusalem and the Temple Mount

"Today, anyone who wishes to come to the Temple Mount knows that it is open for longer as more Rabbis, Jews and tourists come and visit it."

By ALON EINHORN
January 22, 2019 14:17
Gilad Erdan

Gilad Erdan. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM/THE JERUSALEM POST)

 
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Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan congratulated the hundreds of people who gathered at the Temple Mount on Tuesday to celebrate the publication of the book "Temple Mount according to Jewish law" written by Rabbi Elisha Wolfson.

"One of my greatest achievements as public security minister is restoring the peace and quiet to Jerusalem and the Temple Mount," Erdan said. "Today, anyone who wishes to come to the Temple Mount knows that it is open for longer as more Rabbis, Jews and tourists come and visit it."

Erdan also congratulated Wolfson for his new book and said he hopes Wolfosn and his yeshiva continue to "learn, teach and do."

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