Likud member held for inquiry for trying to pray at Temple Mount
Likud member Moshe Feiglin was held for inquiry after prostrating and asking to pray in the Temple Mount square during a tour there. Feiglin was accompanied out of the Temple Mount by an undercover police officer.


Feiglin, considered one of the Likud's most extreme-right members, said on Monday that in the election headquarters he was asked not to be interviewed. "The messages I relay don't always coincide with the messages my party is trying to relay, and for this reason I will remain quiet and refrain from giving an interview." (Noam Dvir)