Several hundred people gathered in central Yerushalayim’s Safra Square last night to pray for the recovery of Yehudah Glick, the far-right activist who was severely injured in an attempted assassination on Wednesday night, and to back Glick’s demands for the right to Jewish prayer on the Temple Mount.
Glick, who was hit at point blank range by four bullets, is in serious condition in Shaare Zedek Medical Center, but doctors said his condition was gradually improving.
His wife Yafa told the rally that “The Creator is waiting for us to ascend to Him at the Temple Mount,” the NRG Hebrew website reported, and that there had to be freedom of religious practice at the site. She also stressed that her husband was a peaceful activist who “wouldn’t hurt a fly.”
Read more: The Times of Israel