Glick: We’re here to protest against apartheid on the Temple Mount

Nearly 10 months after being shot four times by a Palestinian terrorist for his staunch advocacy of Jewish prayer and visitation rights on the Temple Mount, Yehuda Glick on Tuesday evening led a protest in the Old City reaffirming his controversial position.

“We’re here calling out for the recognition that Jews are also human beings, and we’re here to protest against the apartheid on the Temple Mount, where there is a total difference between if you are a Muslim or you are any other person,” he said at the gathering near Dung Gate.

Glick called for the protest amid a police-enforced closure to non-Muslim visitors to the contested holy site for security reasons for the remaining three weeks of Ramadan.


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