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On the eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day Hundreds of Arabs called on the Temple Mount to slaughter Jews: "Muhammad's army will return" (Khybar)

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On the eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day Hundreds of Arabs called on the Temple Mount to slaughter Jews: "Muhammad's army will return"

Against the background of the talk of "never again" and while the people of Israel commemorate Holocaust Remembrance and Heroism Day and the memory of the millions of murdered, tonight (Wednesday) hundreds of Arabs called for the massacre of Jews. The Arabs chanted "Khaybar Khaybar Ya Yahud" and "Muhammad's army will return" and waved PLO flags on the Temple Mount.

The police are preparing with large forces to prevent riots and terrorist incidents, against the background of the arrival of tens of thousands of Arabs this evening in Jerusalem in order to mark Lil al-Qedar, in which the Muslims believe that Muhammad received the Koran.

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