Friday, October 31, 2014
Temple Mount Assassination, Intimidation & Religious Freedom
Rabbi Yehuda Glick has been a friend to me since I was 18 years old. Less than a day has gone by since he was shot 4 times at point blank by a terrorist from the Islamic Jihad. This is my personal message inspired by a friend who has dedicated his life and risked his life fighting for the religious freedoms of all people to pray on the Temple Mount.
We must not be intimidated for soon Jerusalem will be a House of Prayer for all nations.
In reaction to the attempted assassination of Rabbi Yehuda Glick, we must ask ourselves shouldn’t all people from all faiths and nationalities be aloud to pray wherever and however they want in Israel. The corner stone of Democracy is freedom of religion and we must not be intimidated by terrorists. We must stand up for our rights to be a free people and stand up for the freedoms all people. This is Jeremy Gimpel’s personal message inspired by his longtime friend, Yehuda Glick.