Monday, October 29, 2012

What Happened to Rachel's Tomb?

I read this:

"Thousands of Jewish settlers stormed Bilal bin Rabah 

Mosque, known by Jews as "Rachel's Tomb" on 

Sunday night, and performed Talmudic rituals on the 

anniversary of "Rachel's death". "

Do you think that's the truth?

Oops, I just realized sarcasm doesn't go over the Internet well.


About 13,000 people had arrived at the compound from Thursday evening to Friday afternoon. A total of about 70 thousand people are expected by Sunday.
This year the anniversary of the matriarch Rachel’s passing fell on the Sabbath, when observant Jews do not travel. Those marking the anniversary compensated by moving celebrations of her life to the days immediately before and after.
As part of the preparations for the celebrations, volunteers from the Ichud Hatzalah organization, including doctors and paramedics, were deployed starting on Thursday afternoon at Rachel's Tomb. As of Saturday night they treated 13 people, including three who were evacuated to hospital. Most of the casualties suffered bruises and injuries as a result of the crowding in the area.
The Egged bus company, which had been providing transportation to the compound, could not handle the large number of visitors, and, as can be seen in the following video, on Saturday night tens of thousands of people began marching on foot from Jerusalem's Gilo neighborhood to the compound.


1 comment:

Juniper in the Desert said...

Only muzzrats storm anything. They are genetically deranged mass-murderers.