Western Wall

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Western Wall

Judaism a wall in Jerusalem, the last extant part of the Temple of Herod, held sacred by Jews as a place of prayer and pilgrimage
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Performing prayers close to Al-Buraq Wall does not allow Israel to practice any control on Al-Aqsa Mosque, the statement stated.
The London-based Arab daily Al-Hayat said that Abbas had agreed that the Al-Buraq Wall and the Jewish Quarter in the Old City of Jerusalem remain under Israeli sovereignty in the context of a peace agreement between the PA and Israel.
Jews to pray near Al-Buraq Wall, called the Wailing Wall by the Israelis, and
Furthermore, the three dailies highlighted the draft resolution submitted by six Arab countries to the UNESCO Executive Board stating that the al-Buraq Wall, also known as the Western Wall, is an integral part of Al-Aqsa Mosque compound.
Eyewitnesses said that dozens of soldiers from the Israeli army closed the Prophet David Street that leads to the al-Buraq Wall "Western Wall", broke into three Palestinian surrounding houses and seized the rooftops for security purposes.
Occupied Jerusalem, May 16(Petra)-Jerusalem's District Planning and Building Committee, is scheduled to convene this week to discuss major construction projects in different parts of the old city of Jerusalem and Al-Buraq wall, according to Israeli news reports.
According to the proposal, the Al-Buraq Wall and the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem's Old City would be under Israeli sovereignty, while the Muslim, Christian and Armenian quarters would be transferred to Palestinian sovereignty.
Al-Quds also reported that Elad settler organization has been granted by the Jerusalem District Court the right to manage an archeological park near Jerusalems al-Buraq Wall, also known as the Western Wall.
Thousands of Israelis also performed their religious and Thilmod rituals at the al-Buraq Wall (the Wailing Wall) area, west of al-Aqsa mosque.
Salah said Israeli authorities had plans to establish the largest synagogue in the world extending up to the yard of the Al Aqsa Mosque and also turn Al-Buraq Wall (Western Wall), Al-Marwani Mosque underneath Al-Aqsa and Islamic cemeteries into synagogues.
Netanyahu was reported in al-Ayyam and al-Hayat al-Jadida as instructing the sum of $100 million to be transferred for settlement construction in al-Buraq Wall, the western wall of Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem.
Stephen's Gate), al-Wad Street and finishing at the al-Buraq wall (Wailing Wall).