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October 17, 2015 9:30 am

Israel Rejects International Intervention on Temple Mount

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 The Temple Mount. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

The Temple Mount. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

Deputy Ambassador to the UN, David Ruth, attended an emergency Security Council meeting Friday evening regarding the deteriorating security situation in Israel, saying that the Jewish State would not agree to the presence of international forces on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount.

Israel’s newly appointed ambassador Danny Danino was not present for the meeting as he will only officially begin his new duties on Wednesday, but said before the meeting, “Israel is committed to maintaining the status quo, and does not agree to the deployment of international forces to the Temple Mount, which will only violate the status quo that has prevailed for decades.”

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  • Mickey Oberman

    Enough of “The status quo.”

    There will never be a Status quo with Muslims. They will always demand more.

    Cleanse The Temple Mount of all evidence of their presence on our holiest site.

    Then The Status quo can be enjoyed free of the disruptive Islamic maggots. Not until then.