Ramped up police presence for Priests’ Prayer at the Kotel
The Jerusalem police have ramped up its presence in the Old City to guard the Passover Priests’ Prayer at the Western Wall Monday. Large crowds from all over the country traditionally attend this event. Access streets to the Old City and internal streets are closed to vehicular traffic for twelve hours from 8 a.m. except for residents and the disabled.
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The Wall is for all
The Wall is not for just a happy few to pray at. It is also a place to leave little paper scrolls with messages intended for an imaginary friend, which are vacuum cleaned every day at dawn by the City.
Ibra once we remove your occupying mosque from our temple mount and Jews are invited to mecca then you will be invited to our 3rd temple. Meantime go ride or smoke a camel.