You can't preach the Bible here, this is a Muslim area.
(What a community policeman told two Christians)
By Steve Doughty and Andy Dolan
David Ben-Ariel said...
It's not only in our British-Israelite countries, but such madness occurs daily in the Jewish homeland too, and it's been going on for years!
Jewish guards prevent Christians and Jews from exercising their religious right to pray on the Temple Mount? That's right! Only Muslims have unlimited access to Judaism's most holy site. Only the Koran is permitted within. The Tanach (Jewish Scripture, known to much of the world as the "Old Testament") and Christian Scriptures (the New Testament) are forbidden. Yet Israel claims to respect the religious rights of all people.
A House of Prayer For All Peoples?
During a 1995 Root and Branch lecture in Jerusalem, Professor Nahum Rakover, author and then Deputy Attorney General of Israel, publicly agreed with me that it isn't illegal for Christians or Jews to pray upon the Temple Mount, even though it is forcibly prevented by the police.
Jews Must Demand Rights to Temple Mount