Delegation of Arab journalists visit Israel – Muslims attack, kick Saudi reporter out of Temple Mount
In first, Arab journalists from around the Middle East arrived in Israel on Sunday following an invitation from the Foreign Ministry.
Six journalists from countries including Iraq, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Egypt arrived on Sunday via the Allenby Bridge for meetings in Israel.
They are expected to tour Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa and Nazareth, and meet with Knesset members, Foreign Ministry officials and academics.
The Palestinian Journalists Syndicate today condemned the visit and called for holding them to account.
Meanwhile, Muslim terror-fans attacked Saudi journalist Mohammed Saud and kicked him out of al-Aqsa mosque on Temple Mount, calling him “trash, traitor Zionist”.
Mohammed Saud is a young Saudia Arabian journalist who speaks Hebrew and defends Israel and the Jewish people. He voices his support for Israel and his dream for peace in the Middle East, and he condemns Iran and the so-called Palestinians for spreading terrorism in the region.