Netanyahu to local council heads: Don’t believe lies about Temple Mount

Reflective of the concern in Jerusalem that the upcoming Peach holiday will see a spike in terrorist incidents that have lately been on the decline, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned on Thursday for the third time in five days of attempts to heat up the situation on the Temple Mount.

“We need patience,” he said at a pre-holiday toast in Tel Aviv with the Federation of Local Authorities. “We know that there are attempts, even now, to change the downward trend in the number of attacks. There are attempts, even now, to try to renew the agitation and violence, especially around Pesach and the Temple Mount, as we experienced earlier [in October] during the High Holidays.”


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