dinsdag 25 november 2014

Yehudah Glick mag maand na moordaanslag ziekenhuis verlaten

 

Je kunt het oneens zijn met Glicks Tempelberg activisme, hij is geen islamofoob en predikt geen geweld maar juist tolerantie en verzoening. Daar kunnen zowel de Palestijnen als ook sommigen aan (pro-)Israelische zijde nog wat van leren.

 

“Anybody who shoots and kills someone in the name of his religion is the first person disgracing his religion,” Glick said.

“Those who are giving respect to Islam are those Muslim doctors and nurses who work at this hospital, helping people after they have signed the Hippocratic Oath. These are the people who are bringing respect to God and their religion, not those who murder in the name of religion.”

 

Glick was zwaargewond en heeft een aantal operaties ondergaan. Moge hij spoedig verder herstellen.

 

RP

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Month after shooting, Temple Mount activist leaves hospital

http://www.timesofisrael.com/month-after-shooting-temple-mount-activist-leaves-hospital/

Yehudah Glick says his would-be assassin disgraced Islam, while Muslim doctors give respect to their religion

  November 24, 2014, 8:00 pm 

 

 

Yehudah Glick and his wife at a press conference at the Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem on November 24, 2014. (photo credit: Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)

 

Yehudah Glick, the Temple Mount activist shot in a failed assassination attempt, left the hospital nearly a month after the attack.

At a news conference Monday at Jerusalem’s Shaare Zedek Medical Center, Glick thanked those who helped to save his life and recited the blessing thanking God as “He who brings back life to the deceased.”

Glick, 49, said that his attacker told him before he pulled the trigger on October 29 outside a Jerusalem conference center that he was doing it because Glick is “an enemy of al-Aqsa,” the Temple Mount mosque.

“Anybody who shoots and kills someone in the name of his religion is the first person disgracing his religion,” Glick said.

“Those who are giving respect to Islam are those Muslim doctors and nurses who work at this hospital, helping people after they have signed the Hippocratic Oath. These are the people who are bringing respect to God and their religion, not those who murder in the name of religion.”

Glick was shot at close range in the chest and abdomen by an assailant who fled on a motorcycle. The alleged assailant, a member of Islamic Jihad who worked in the conference center’s kitchen, was killed hours later in a shootout outside his eastern Jerusalem home.

Immediately before he was shot, Glick had spoken at the center on the Jewish right to pray on the Temple Mount.

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