Yehuda Glick visits Temple Mount for first time since assassination attempt

Right-wing activist Yehuda Glick on Tuesday visited the Temple Mount for the first time since he was shot at the site in October 2014 by Islamic Jihad operative Muataz Hijazi. A court acquitted Glick last week of the allegations that he had broken the hand of a Muslim woman at the Temple Mount and removed his ban from the site. Glick had been banned from entering the compound before the shooting. A court ruled in May 2015 that Glick may visit the Temple Mount compound once a month but without carrying a camera or a smartphone.



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