Israeli man arrested for threatening to set blaze on Temple Mount
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
An Israeli man was arrested, placed on house arrest, and forbidden from entering the Temple Mount for several months by a Jerusalem Magistrate’s Court judge on Wednesday after threatening to set a massive fire at the holy site during Lag B’Omer. According to police, Daniel Sedika, of Jerusalem, recently made the threats on his Facebook page, writing that he would set a bonfire on the Temple Mount to “inflame the Middle East” on the holiday.
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