Jerusalem City Councilman Arieh King says he is against giving prayer times to Christians in the Upper Room because the ground floor is said to be the tomb of the Biblical King David. King says that according to Jewish law, if Christians are praying upstairs, Jews may not pray in the same building.
Jerusalem City Councilman Arieh King says he is against giving prayer times to Christians in the Upper Room because the ground floor is said to be the tomb of the Biblical King David. King says that according to Jewish law, if Christians are praying upstairs, Jews may not pray in the same building. MCT
Jerusalem City Councilman Arieh King says he is against giving prayer times to Christians in the Upper Room because the ground floor is said to be the tomb of the Biblical King David. King says that according to Jewish law, if Christians are praying upstairs, Jews may not pray in the same building. MCT

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