Knesset member Yehuda Glick confirmed that the Temple mount is open to visits by parliamentarians, both Jews and Arabs. We are talking about a 5-day probation, reports on Monday, July 3, correspondent of the newspaper «Maariv»
Previously this was reported by representatives of the government in response to the appeal to the high court filed Picom who is Chairman of the lobby for strengthening ties of Jews with the Temple mount. Members will be able to visit this place since 23 July.
As Bender writes, Glick said the decision on the resumption of visits by the deputies to the temple mount a «proper and decent». «It is a pity that we had to reach the high Court that this decision was made. I urge all members to climb the mountain and dignified manner to show respect to this place, leaving all the controversy outside,» he added.
Glick also called on the Prime Minister and the Minister of internal security to make this decision are not used for terrorist activities.