"The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis."
My Way News - US Israel criticism ignites firestorm in Congress
no surprise that a "congressional firestorm" is catching wind after biden got flipped off, axelrod called out the "insult," ms hillary bitched out bennie, and mr mitchell cancelled his trip...
this is fast becoming a diplomatic CRISIS
aipac was the most powerful lobby in the united states my whole long life til aarp finally surpassed em
these people are informed, motivated, resourced, connected and they vote
you don't piss off aipac for nothin
the most incompetent political leadership america has ever seen
people on all sides agree the peace process has NOT been advanced
Temple Mount - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Do you even know what it says on the entrance of the Temple Mount...?In August 1967 after Israel's capture of the Mount, the Chief Rabbis of Israel, Isser Yehuda Unterman and Yitzhak Nissim, together with other leading rabbis, asserted that "For generations we have warned against and refrained from entering any part of the Temple Mount." Rabbinical consensus in the Religious Zionist stream of Orthodox Judaism continue to hold that it is forbidden for Jews to enter any part of the Temple Mount and in January 2005 a declaration was signed confirming the 1967 decision.
All Haredi rabbis are also of the opinion that the Mount is off limits to Jews and non-Jews alike. Their opinions against entering the Temple Mount are based on the danger of entering the hallowed area of the Temple courtyard and the impossibility of fulfilling the ritual requirement of cleansing oneself with the ashes of a red heifer. The boundaries of the areas which are completely forbidden, while having large portions in common, are delineated differently by various rabbinic authorities.
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