Temple Mount activist Yehuda Glick, who survived an assassination attempt by a Palestinian Arab terrorist last October, on Tuesday called on the public to pray for people who were injured in a deadly crash in the Negev.
Tuesday’s crash occurred when a bus and a truck pulling a tractor collided, killing eight people on the bus and injuring 28 others.
The bus was carrying a group of female Bedouin Arabs from the Negev, who were returning from prayers at the Al-Aqsa Mosque on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount.
“As a real gesture of people of faith, I call on Jews who ascend the Temple Mount tomorrow to pray for the injured from today’s accident,” Glick wrote on Facebook.
“I would even suggest holding a joint prayer with Muslims on the Mount; it is clear to me that there are Muslims on the Mount who would be glad to join,” Glick added.
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