How to Restore Sanity, and Jewish Prayer, to the Temple Mount


On Sunday, a judge on Jerusalem's Magistrate Court ruled that Jews should be allowed to pray on the Temple Mount.

Simple, right? Not for the state of Israel.

The national police force plans to appeal that ruling, but, writes columnist Nadav Shragi, the current government has the opportunity to halt the appeal.

Now the Justice Minister Gideon Sa'ar and Prime Minister Bennett have a similar opportunity. They can stop the appeal against the [court] decision. They can return a little sanity to the conduct of the State of the Jewish People on the Temple Mount. If they will be resolute, there is also a chance that the Muslim side will accept this natural reality, just like, until recently, it accepted quiet Jewish prayer there.

Read more at Israel Hayom.

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