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Decisions; Decisions; If One Seeks the Solace of Prayer: Is the Temple Mount NOT a Place of Prayer?

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Oct 11, 2021 at 11:38

Contentions of opposing perspectives in determining an appropriate status of the Temple Mount, Israel needs to begin to realize that the status of Waqf control is not longer considered sufficient to deter the animosities of those who want to keep the platform of the Temple site free of Jewish desires of religious freedom. Is this not the true intent of Islam, to deprive Judaism of its religious freedom? That patience is exercised for this moment is a situation that is about to change, quite shortly. Not even the Jewish courts will be able to stop that decision.

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