According to multiple breaking reports out of Jerusalem, Rabbi Yehuda Glick, the chairman of the Temple Mount Heritage Foundation was gravely wounded today in an assassination attempt on his life. Briefly, Glick is a student of the late Rabbi Menachem Fromen. He is a very sweet man with a passion to see Jews free to worship and pray on the Temple Mount. After corresponding over the past few years, we finally had the chance to spend some time together last year in Jerusalem. Glick is interviewed in my latest film concerning developments toward the building of the Jewish Temple. Right now, my heart is just breaking for Glick and his family. Reports are that he was shot point blank at least three times. On his behalf, I am asking that you please remember him in prayer tonight as news continues to come in concerning his condition.
Update: Reports are that Glick was shot in the neck, stomach, and hand. After surgery, he is in serious, but stable condition. After Israeli police surrounded the shooter’s home, he opened fire on police na was killed. The Temple Mount has been closed. Abbas calls it a “declaration of war.” Continue to pray.