American talk show host says security concerns prompted move away from the Temple Mt.; suggests event may be held at Mt. of Olives.
Conservative radio host and former Fox News commentator Glenn Beck announced that he is moving a mass rally planned for August from the Southern Wall of Jerusalem’s Old City.
On his radio show Monday, Beck said that warnings from security officials led him to fear that the event could turn violent, and possibly result in the outbreak of “World War III.”
Noting that “this is a country that has experienced the death of Yitzhak Rabin,” Beck said, “obviously, that would be horrific in nature if something like any kind of violence would happen” at the rally.
The August 24 event has been billed “Restoring Courage,” and it was originally slated to take place at the Southern Wall excavation site in the Old City of Jerusalem.
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