Last night, as Yom Kippur approaches, the Kotel plaza in Jerusalem was packed with Jews praying.
And the Muslims are seething.
The Al Aqsa Foundation has dozens of photos of what they called "Israelis desecrating Al Buraq" with "loud chants" and "Talmudic rituals" whose prayers were described as being led by "senior rabbis, accompanied by noisy songs up to the middle of the night."
They clearly took these photos from some Jewish site, but the photos show that the Kotel plaza was overflowing:
They write that they "asserted that the Western Wall is an integral part of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and the occupation is showing contempt for Al Aqsa with storming by the settlers and Jewish groups, and profaning the Buraq [kotel]area, does not give the occupation and their tentacles of any kind of presence or sovereignty over the Al-Aqsa Mosque."
This photo seemed to upset them. Interesting composition though:
Earlier in the day dozens of Jews "stormed" the Temple Mount itself. Here are the scary photos:
Jews walking peacefully in their holiest site certainly makes Muslims' blood boil.
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