Glick turns to court to appeal ban from Temple Mount

Temple Mount activist Yehudah Glick filed an appeal against the Jerusalem District Court’s decision to ban him from the Temple Mount, amid allegations that he attacked a Muslim woman at the contested holy site, Israel Radio reported Sunday.
Glick, who categorically denies the claim, was released from Shaare Tzedek Medical Center in Jerusalem last week after being shot four times by a terrorist in front of the Menachem Begin Heritage for his activism for greater Jewish prayer rights in late October.
According to Glick, the assassination attempt serves a testament to “who is the attacker and who is the victim at the Mount.” He added that he earns his livelihood by serving as a guide at the site, and that his regular visits there do not endanger the public.
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