Human rights B’Tsalmo: unfairness & inequality (Chametz vs Temple Mount)

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    Shalom-al-Israel
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    B’Tsalmo organization to Health Minister Nitzan Horowitz: Just as the Muslim public is considered on the Temple Mount, Jews can be considered in Passover hospitals.

    The human rights organization B’Tsalmo appealed to Health Minister Nitzan Horowitz to prevent the introduction of chametz into hospitals on Passover, against the background of the ban on bringing food and drink on the Temple Mount during Ramadan.

    It will be recalled that since the beginning of Ramadan, the Israel Police has banned Jews and tourists from bringing food and drink to the Temple Mount due to the Muslim Ramadan fast.

    Following the High Court’s decision to allow the introduction of chametz into hospitals on Passover.

    B’Tsalmo claims unfairness and inequality.

    It added: “Just as one considers the evenings celebrating the month of Ramadan, one should also consider patients in hospitals who want to eat without seeing chametz in front of their eyes in the hospitals.

    It does not make sense that only one side is taken into account, if one is taken into account – one should take them all into account, finished CEO B’Tsalmo Shai Glick.
    If the introduction of chametz is possible in hospitals, it should also be possible on the Temple Mount. And vice versa.

    for further details:
    Aviad, PR B’Tsalmo.

    #2077071
    Historian
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    Even though I’m not for going up to Temple Mount, the double standard is horrific. And it i’s a pattern.

    #2080213
    News Chronicles 24
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    The Human Rights Council in a midday meeting held a general debate on the situation of human rights in Palestine and other occupied Arab territories.

    Presenting four reports concerning the human rights situation in the occupied Palestinian territory and other occupied Arab territories, Andrew Gilmour, United Nations Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights, said the High Commissioner’s eleventh periodic report on the human rights situation in the occupied Palestinian territory provided an overview of recurring violations of international human rights and humanitarian law by Israel, the State of Palestine, and the authorities in Gaza.

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    ujm
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    Shalom/OP: The mistake you’re making with all these threads is your assumption that the Israeli government and state is any more Jewish or Judaism oriented than the government or state in Singapore.

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