PA Religious Leaders: Jews Have No Right to Pray at the Kosel

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palestinian-authority-minister-of-religious-affairs-mahmoud-al-habbashPalestinian Authority Minister of Religious Affairs Mahmoud Al-Habbash and the former Chief Justice of the PA’s Religious Court Sheikh Tayseer Al-Tamimi both recently declared that the PA’s Islamic belief and political position is that Jews are prohibited from praying at the Kosel in Yerushalayim.

The PA claims that the area of the Muslim holy site, the Al-Aqsa Mosque, includes not only the mosque itself, but extends over the entire Temple Mount and includes Judaism’s holy site – the Kosel.

Accordingly, both PA religious leaders proclaim in the name of Islam that Jews are prohibited from praying there.

{Matzav.com Israel News Bureau}

10 COMMENTS

  1. That’s very discriminatory! Even Sharansky allows us, women, to pray at the Western wall. Why do the PA hate women so much? I will send a letter to Keri immediatly!

  2. You have more conditional hope to have a taco in the eye of yesterday’s fortune than to smile at a palestinian thief. Never again.

  3. Sorry Mr. Mooslim, you once again misinterpreted you “religion of peace” bible the quran.

    You are neither a religion of peace nor a religion altogether.

    I-Slam is not a valid religion. It is an anti religion

  4. I’m curious. The huge stones of the Western Wall were part of the Jewish Holy Temple. Those stones date back, say, 2400 years. The Wall was in place when the Romans crucified Jesus. The Muslim religion wasn’t conceived until 622 or later. At the present moment, the Wall is under the jurisdiction of the State of Israel. Both Palestinian Authority Minister of Religious Affairs Mahmoud Al-Habbash and the former Chief Justice of the PA¬ís Religious Court Sheikh Tayseer Al-Tamimi are out-of-touch with reality. Accordingly, their statements have the no value and no import.

  5. Why do people bother to answer those questions. We know who we are, we know our history, we know the gantze megilla from them….over and over again. What, you think they are going to change their mind now…they have to continue with their.(…..)for lack of a nicer word, “story”.

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