Monday, March 25, 2013

The Ewe Was Arrested

Two were detained but the ewe was arrested.



Jerusalem police detectives detained right-wing activist Noam Federman and others for questioning, Monday afternoon, and seized a lamb the activists wanted to sacrifice on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem's Old City. Police cited them for transporting an animal without a permit.  Federman reacted by saying, "We demand to offer the Passover sacrifice, one of the most important commandments. The Jerusalem police are harming freedom of religion.

Ma'an agency claims:- 

A group of settlers entered the Al-Aqsa mosque compound on Monday and performed religious rituals under heavy Israeli guard, a local foundation said.  Settlers accompanied by dozens of Israeli security forces entered the holy site early Monday, the Al-Aqsa Foundation for Waqf and Heritage said.  Israeli forces prevented Palestinian students from entering the area while settlers prayed at the site.  


The fellowship of the Paschal Sacrifice.

The arrest of the ewe:-

And finally, the JPost story of one lamb and two humans arrested.



BackByPopularDemand said...

Is this how you first got started blogging?

YMedad said...

nope. if you check my archives, you can see I've been blogging since April 2004, five years before this Haaretz article was published.

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