MK Nahman Shai from Kadima with National Union MK Uri Ariel visited the Temple Mount. Shai sai that he came to a holy, sacred site, with religious, historic and cultural value to observe and learn and of course, he acted in complete fulfuillment of the proper preparations for such a visit in accordance with ritual instructions.
And can you believe this?
A committee within the Israeli municipality of Jerusalem has submitted plans for a new structure adjacent to the Al-Aqsa Mosque, the Al-Aqsa Foundation for Endowment and Heritage said Saturday. According to the foundation, the 3,700-square-meter structure will be built near [near? how near? how far?] the Mughrabi Gate at the site known as the Al-Buraq Square to Muslims and the Western Wall to Jews. It will consist of five floors, two of which will be underground. “The building will serve settlers and foreign tourists who visit the square,” the foundation said in a statement [only? no others allowed?].
The building, according to the report, will be located in the northern part of the square. It is designed to include a Jewish museum, lecture halls, exhibition halls, a library and archives center, and a center for information. The Al-Aqsa Foundation said the structure would be built on Islamic and Arab ruins [which are themselves built on Byzantine ruins which are built on Jewish remains, as archaeology has proven].
...The report comes as Israeli archeologists are continuing to excavate an ancient cave that runs under Palestinian homes in East Jerusalem, the Al-Aqsa Foundation said Tuesday. Foundation representatives visited the al-Kittan cave, also known as Zedkiah’s Cave or Solomon’s Quarries, and say archeologists are digging under the Old City in two directions to connect the cave to an ancient tunnel network [ah, another conspiracy theory, but based on Jewish legend; go here for the Antiques Authority file]. The cave, near Damascus Gate, is being extended towards the Haram al-Sharif compound...
This is what I would call the local Islamic 'nuclear bomb'.
That "building" is probably the Western Wall Heritage Foundation headquarters still to be approved. (Take a look at the present)