Muslim tarts get fresh with US congressman during visit to Temple Mount

During a recent trip to Israel, U.S. Rep. Dennis Ross was besieged by a group of fresh-mouthed Muslim tarts looking to disrupt his visit to the Temple Mount.

A video released by The Temple Institute shows several fully covered females harassing a group that included the Florida Republican, shouting “Allahu akbar” and “Leave!”

They might have been speaking Arabic, but the body language was pure attitude.

In addition to being harassed, the congressman’s son was taken into a private room and physically searched to ensure that he wasn’t carrying any religious paraphernalia, according to The Temple Institute.

Israel controls access to the Temple Mount, but a Muslim religious body, the Jerusalem Islamic Waqf, administers the site, enforcing a ban on non-Muslim prayer for security reasons.

Ross was asked in the video about the welcome he received.

“It’s a little bit of a different reception than what I am used to, but coming from a country that respects freedom of religion we respect what they are doing,” he replied.

Watch the incident unfold here, via The Temple Institute:

H/T WeaselZippers


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