השאר ללא שם
Students for the Temple Mount – Nice to meet you!
The “Students for the Temple Mount” movement is the only movement that includes religious and secular Jews working together for the Temple Mount. The movement has dozens of activists, all of whom share a lack of acceptance of the existing situation on the Temple Mount. Over the past few years, we have worked extensively for/on the Temple Mount: in the legal arena, in meetings with ministers and Knesset Members, in establishing a lobby for the Temple Mount in the Knesset, in the media, in public relations activities, and, of course, in bringing many Jews to the Temple Mount. Our goal is to connect the people of Israel to the Temple Mount and to bring about a change in the situation, an amendment to the discrimination and the return of the Temple Mount to the nation of Israel as a whole.
The Goal of the Campaign
All the activity of the movement is based today on volunteer activities of the members of the movement. We want to step up and double the movement's activity. In order for us to do this we need the financial opportunity to do so. We intend to increase legal activity, field activities and information. Expand the scope, and influence more.
In recent years, the Israeli Police have been increasingly removing the movement’s activists from the Temple Mount on various pretexts, excuses, and, at times, even on nothing. The bans of the movement’s activists from the Temple Mount are a political persecution aimed at preventing us from working for the Temple Mount. We intend to petition the High Court of Justice and demand that these bans be cancelled immediately.
(Tom and Itai, are at the moment, banned from the Temple Mount for several months due to a “misdemeanor” of handing out High Court of Justice rulings on the Temple Mount. In the beginning of the year they were banned over the “misdemeanor” of singing the anthem on the Temple Mount.)
A petition to the High Court of Justice with a private attorney costs tens of thousands of shekels. In addition, of course, to hold more large events, more field activities, more flyers, signs, publicity, communication ... and more influence. And for all these things, what can you do, you need money.
Anyone who will be a partner in the project will be part of doubling the “Students for the Temple Mount” activities in the coming years!
Open your heart. The Temple Mount – IT’S IN OUR HANDS!
Good luck to everyone!