Sept. 7, 2018
Israel Displays Respect for the Civil Rights of Its Muslim Citizens – Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury (Asian Tribune-Sweden)
The Israeli government allows only Muslims to offer prayers on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem in order not to offend Islamic sensibilities.
Despite the Temple Mount being Judaism’s holiest place, the site is managed by an Islamic religious committee [Waqf] with a history of destroying priceless Jewish artifacts unearthed at the site.
Israel is home to over 400 mosques, a fivefold increase since 1988.
The Israeli government also provides the salaries of 300 imams and muezzins, as well as funding for Islamic schools and colleges throughout the country.