Feiglin: Police Response to Provocation Shows Temple Mount not in our Hands
As my friends and followers know, I ascend to the Temple Mount on the 19th of every Hebrew month. Over the weekend, somebody (we still don’t know who, but we are working on it) published a flier in my name and stirred up a hornet’s nest over the Temple Mount. Unfortunately, the libelous flier took on a life of its own and this morning when I arrived at the entrance to the Temple Mount, an army of reporters waited for me in anticipation of the next “Aaksa intifada”. The police prohibited all Jews from entering the Mount.
The real story here is not the incitement, but the fact that Israel’s police force is scared off by any shadow of Islamic threat, proving that the Temple Mount is truly not in our hands. When the heart of our Nation is not in our hands, the blood flow to the other organs is interrupted and gangrene begins to set in in places like Sderot and Be’er Sheva, quickly spreading to our sovereignty throughout Israel.
It is important to continue to knock on the gates of the Temple Mount and to restore our sovereignty to this holiest of places to the Jewish Nation. Everyone who ascends the Mount adds another slice of sovereignty in Israel’s heart and health throughout our nation.