Supreme Court Visit
The Israel Independence Fund, led by Aharon Pulvér, finally, after waiting two years, had their Temple Mount case heard before three judges of the Supreme Court. The IIF has claimed that Jewish civil rights have been violated for years by the Israeli Police in their discriminatory treatment of Jews at the Temple Mount.
To everyone’s shock, the district Commander of the Israel Police, Superintendent Yoram HaLevi, denied the two different lines – for Jews and tourists – and denied any form of profiling or discrimination.
AFSI visitors to the Temple Mount know this is not true. Helen Freedman, present at the appeal, spoke to Arutz Sheva about the discriminatory practices the AFSI Chizuk missions regularly encounter. We hope the Court will accept the appeal and restore Jewish civil rights on the Temple Mount.