Members of Knesset, will be able to resume visits to the temple mount, starting from July 23. This was reported by representatives of the government in response to an appeal by Knesset member Yehuda Picom («Likud»).
In response to the appeal says that the police decided to temporarily open the temple mount to visit the MPs. Admission will be open for them for five days, during which law enforcement bodies will assess the operational situation.
Then will decided to leave the mountain open to the visits of politicians or to close their access to it again.