Yehuda Glick visits Temple Mount on his wedding day

Glick is famous for visiting the Temple Mount and insisting of its importance to Jews and Judaism.

By ALON EINHORN
January 28, 2019 11:43
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Yehuda Glick visits Temple Mount on his wedding day

MK Yehuda Glick on the Temple Mount, December 23, 2018. (photo credit: YEHUDA GLICK)

 
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Likud MK Yehuda Glick visited the Temple Mount on his wedding day, after surprising the Knesset last month by announcing that he intends to remarry.

"The international place and center of love and peace," Glick wrote on Twitter on Monday, with the Temple Mount in the background. "I hope we continue to be God's vessel for love and good deeds in the world."




Glick had been a widower for the past year after his wife, Yaffa, passed away last January. He surprised the Knesset by announcing that he will marry Hadas Disin, head of a foundation that helps orphans and widows.


Disin is also a widow who lost her husband 17 years ago.

Glick, one of the strongest advocates for expanding access for Jews to pray at and visit the disputed holy site, is famous for visiting the Temple Mount and insisting of its importance to Judaism.

Glick was the target of an attempted assassination by a Palestinian in 2014 for his Temple Mount activism.

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