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Audio: Is the Temple Mount Truly "In Our Hands?"


Josh discusses his emotional tour of the Temple Mount. The Muslim Waqf discriminates against non-Muslims.
9/13/2012, 11:20 AM

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On today's "Reality Bytes Radio, with Josh Hasten," Josh discusses his emotional tour of the Temple Mount with guide extraordinaire "Judean" Eve Harow. While Israel ultimately has control over the site, the Muslim Waqf (trust) runs day to day operations and clearly discriminates against non-Muslims who visit, not allowing them to express themselves religiously.

Also on the show ZOA Israel Director Jeff Daube gives an update on the trial of the Arab terrorists accused of murdered Asher and Yonatan Palmer in a premeditated rock attack near Hevron. The court was in session this week as Micahel Palmer and the rest of the family was commemorating the first Yartzeit (memorial) of the tragedy. In addition Daube gives an update on how he is involved with the work being carried out by the Regavim organization to stop illegal Arab/Bedouin building and other illegal activity all over the country.

Sunrise over the Old City of Jerusalem.

Debris and garbage left by the Waqf on the Temple Mount.

The Temple Mount.

The Even Shtiyah, or Foundation Stone is inside the Dome of the Rock.

All photos by Josh Hasten.







Josh Hasten is the President of the Bar-Am Public Relations firm based in Jerusalem and the CAMERA organization's 2009 Letter Writer of the Year. He is the founder of LettersForIsrael.com, a service which gives pro-Israel advocates the opportunity to improve their chances of getting their ideas published in the media. Josh hosts the Reality Bytes podcast live every Thursday from 9:00 am - 11:00 am Israel time on Arutz Sheva -  Israel National Radio.
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