HCJ petitioned on Temple Mt. cornerstone ceremony

The Loyalists of the Temple Mount movement petitioned the High Court of Justice Tuesday to allow its members to go up to the Temple Mount during the S

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October 11, 2005 17:54

 
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The Loyalists of the Temple Mount movement petitioned the High Court of Justice Tuesday to allow its members to go up to the Temple Mount during the Succot holiday in order to perform a ceremonial libation of water on what they referred to as the cornerstone of the Third Temple. The petitioners said that the Jerusalem Police had given them permission to carry the stone throughout the city beforehand, as long as the procession stayed away from the old city, Israel Radio reported.

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