Plus de place au Kotel ?

Un groupe islamique condamne le plan d'expansion de la section des femmes.

By JPOST.FR
August 13, 2008 16:44
Plus de place au Kotel ?

Kotel. (photo credit: AP)

 
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Un groupe islamique condamne le plan d'expansion de la zone réservée aux femmes au Mur occidental. La critique provient de la fondation al-Aksa, affiliée au mouvement islamique en Israël, dans son dernier combat pour le contrôle du Mont du Temple. Le groupe islamique a tenu une conférence de presse mardi afin de protester contre les dits plans israéliens. La dispute vient seulement quelques semaines après que le mouvement ait condamné l'organisation de séminaires concernant l'ancien Temple par le mouvement Habad israélien. "Rien n'est innocent tant que la mosquée reste sous occupation", a ajouté le porte-parole du mouvement islamiste israélien, Zahi Nujeidat. Le plan pour l'expansion de la section des femmes du Kotel n'a pas encore été approuvé par la commission de planification nationale.

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