Extremist settler associations called on the Emirati ambassador to Israel, Muhammad Al Khaja, to join the settlers in storming Al-Aqsa Mosque.
This call came after the visit of the UAE ambassador to the head of the extremist Shas movement, Rabbi Shalom Cohen, who told the ambassador during the visit that Jews are prohibited from visiting what they call the “Temple Mount”.
However, the account of the official Israeli radio station, Kan, transmitted a response from settlement associations saying that the rabbi’s allegations were incorrect, and called on the Khaja family to participate in the storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque.
And the tweet stated, “The Fund for the Heritage of the Temple Mount (Temple) sends a message to the UAE ambassador to Israel in response to the statements of Rabbi Shalom Cohen: Rabbi Shalom Cohen’s allegations are incorrect and false. The Jews have always dreamed of the day when the Temple Mount becomes free, and freedom of worship becomes complete and turns into a center My world for peace, the Fund invites the ambassador to meet and go up the mountain together.” It is noteworthy that Jabal al-Bayt, “the Temple,” is the Jewish expression for Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Among the tweets that were monitored by “The Eighth Bulletin,” you posted on 06/22021 a tweet by activist Salama Abu Arab, in which he said, “It seems that the Temple Mount Foundation decided to adopt the ambassador of normalization from its active members, especially after he received the wisdom and priestly blessing from the Chief Rabbi. of the entity, to the extent that they invited him to participate in the storming of Al-Aqsa, and perhaps after that we find him living in a settlement or usurping an Arab house in Sheikh Jarrah in Jerusalem, similar to the settler Jacob Fauci.
In turn, activist Turki Al-Shalhoub commented on the invitation of the Temple Mount Heritage Foundation to the Emirati ambassador to Israel, saying, “They knew that he shared their goals, so they invited him.”
As for the tweet, Cheryl Allum said, “We will not remain silent this time, we have a very important relationship with the Temple Mount, and no one will tell us, no matter how big, smart and respectful, that we have nothing to do with this place, we know who we are.”
As for the tweet, Yankee said, “The Temple Mount Heritage Foundation, a little respect for Rabbi Shalom Cohen, who are you to criticize him and claim that his statements are false.”