Israeli Minister Signs Petition to Raise Israeli Flag on Temple Mount

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Israeli Minister of Culture, Miri Regev (Likud) became the latest dignitary to sign a petition to raise the Israeli flag over the Temple Mount, the Jewish people's holiest site.

The petition, which was put out by World Likud, a global extension of the Likud political party in Israel, and the French Zionist organization, Israël is Forever reads as follows:

We will raise the flag on the Temple Mount! 50 years after the unification of Jerusalem, this is the reality we live in:

  • Jews do not have free access to the Temple Mount
  • Only Jews are not allowed to pray on the Temple Mount
  • There is not safety and security on the Temple Mount
  • It is prohibited to raise the Israeli flag on the Temple Mount premises

The Temple Mount is not in our hands! We must change this absurdity! We therefore are calling to express our sovereignty on the Temple Mount and allow freedom of religious practice for all religions, which will bring safety and security to all those visiting the Temple Mount.

 

Regev has a long history of supporting the Temple Mount. In 2014, she co-sponsored a bill that would allow Jews the freedom to pray on the Temple Mount; however, the bill did not pass in a Knesset vote.

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