I excerpted that from a clip broadcast on Israel's Channel One TV news this past week.
The Muslim women are being interviewed, or shouting their answers back, at 2:41, and they are explaining that the prohibition of Jews entering the current Temple Mount compound is "in your Torah" and "It's not me saying it. It's your own Torah."
The moment non-Jews begin telling Jews what or what not is dictated by our own religion is the moment something becomes wrong. Not because we are special but because would "Palestinians" tolerate being told what "Palestinianism" is all about? Or that a Rabbi would declare that Muslims have no real connection to the Temple Mount in Jerusalem? Or that I would interpret a Quranic passage as indicating that indeed Jerusalem is really not that important to Muslims.
Whose narrative is this? Would Muslims accept my "reverse inventivity" model?
Would a Muslim wish the Jew to revert to a second-class citizen? Redefine us as unbelievers as in the beginning of Sura 2?
And to those Jews who charge the Temple Mount Jewish activists with hypocrisy in saying 'would you permit a Muslim to pray at the Western Wall?', I ask you: in what direction would they be facing?