Israel Unwired: SS Carved Into Wall on Temple Mount


A few days ago, on the Jewish New Year holiday of Rosh Hashana, Avrumy Markowitz went up to the Temple Mount and noticed “SS” carved into a wall located on the North-West corner of the Temple Mount. SS refers to the elite Nazi unit called the Schutzstaffel in Nazi Germany. Anyone carving “SS”, referring to the Nazis, on the Jewish Temple Mount is expressing a desire to kill all the Jews.

Avrumy showed the carving to one of the Israeli policemen on the Temple Mount who told him that he would pass it on. Avrumy returned to the Temple Mount today, a few days later, and he saw that the “SS” carving is still there. While he was not able to take any pictures when he went up on the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashana, today, Avrumy took the attached pictures so that we would be able to bring exposure to this very disturbing occurrence... Click here to continue reading the story.


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