Jews want to blow shofar on Temple Mount Aug 29, 2020 - Rabbi Hillel Weiss and Aviad Vosoli have petitioned Israeli PM Benjamin Netanhayu to allow them to blast a shofar on the Temple Mount. That would be first time in nearly 2,000 years, since the destruction of the Temple that a Jew would be permitted to perform the powerful act at the holiest site in the world. The petition requests permission for a shofar blast on the Temple Mount on Rosh Hashanna September 18th. Rosh Hashanah begins Friday, September 18 and ends Sunday, Sept 20 www.wnd.com/2020/08/jews-seek-permission-blast-shofar-temple-mount
PEACE * Shalom on UAE newspaper front page Sep 1, 2020 - Front page of Khaleej Times features photo of meeting between UAE and Israeli officials in Abu Dhabi with the caption - Salam, Shalom. Historic meeting in Abu Dhabi between Israeli NSA Meir Ben-Shabbat, UAE NSA Sheikh Tahnoun bin Zayed and US Senior Presidential Advisor Jared Kushner. The first time an El Al plane is known to have flown through Saudi airspace with permission. www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/286331
Kosovo, Serbia Jerusalem embassies Sep 4, 2020 - Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu said Kosovo agreed to open its embassy to Israel in Jerusalem. Hashim Thaci is President of the Republic of Kosovo. Trump oversees economic deal that includes Kosovo recognizing Israel, Serbia moving embassy to Jerusalem. The European Union had mediated talks for more than a decade.
🇮🇱 Jerusalem Day May 10, 2021 Rioting Palestinian devils in #JERUSALEM, #Israel Jewish visitors BANNED from Temple Mount on Jerusalem Day as tensions soar over Palestinian evictions & hampered Muslim pilgrimage. The Temple Mount, a site considered holy by both Muslims and Jews, will be closed to Jewish visitors as Israel celebrates Jerusalem Day.
Jerusalem Day marks Israel regaining control over the Old City at the end of the 1967 Six-Day War. Palestinians call it Nakba - the Catastrophe. In 2021 Jerusalem Day coincides with end of Ramadan. riots.https://www.rt.com/news/523354-jewish-visitors-temple-mount-ban