Secret Jewish Wedding Held On Har Habayis Causes Uproar


A Jewish couple’s surreptitious, clandestine wedding on the Har Habayis in Yerushalayim is a causing a tumult.

An online post that was later removed stated that a couple asked Rabbi Chaim Richman to be the mesader kiddushin at their wedding on the Har Habayis.

Recihman heads The Temple institute, which stated that part of the wedding ceremony was held earlier at the organization’s headquarters. The rest took place at the Har Habayis.

“While walking along the eastern perimeter of the Temple Mount, Rabbi Richman gave a tacit signal,” the institute said. “The two witnesses drew close to the groom, who, ring in hand, said quietly to the bride, “Behold, you are sanctified to me with this ring, in accordance with the law of Moses and Israel,” and quickly slipped the ring on the kallah’s finger.

Of about a dozen people who attended the chasunah, at least one worked to distract the attention of police and Waqf personnel so that the ceremony could take place.

Knesset officials and others are livid that this wedding was held the way it was, for fear that it will simply provoke the blood-thirsty Palestinians, who are always looking for an excuse to act on their inflamed passions.

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David Steger – Israel


  1. It’s not a secret if they’re blabbing about it all over the media and the internet. Actually, it was never a secret in the first place; Hashem saw the whole thing. From Him none of us can hide.

    • Exactly. Haroe es hanolad – the more you try to appease the islamonazis, the more they demand, and the more they murder.

    • Rodfim are those that tie hands of the tsadikim who try to save us all from the islamonazi occupation. Chamberlain, who tried to appease Hitler y”sh, only caused tens of millions to be killed. Islamists are not much different from Hitler.

  2. Mazal Tov to the couple. May they build bais neemon b’Isroel. May we all makriv korbon Pesach this year! There might be deos that we can have mizbeach even without heichal. When rov am are tomei meis, korbon Pesach is brought b’tumas meis. Keep in mind, that there is isur koreis for some cases of avoiding korbon Pesach.