Published: 2019-08-07 11:57
Last Updated: 2019-08-07 12:29
In an official announcement, an Israeli tourism company has invited its citizens to spend Sukkot, translated as "Festival of Tabernacles" in the Jordanian city of Petra.
According to what the Palestinian prisoner released from the occupation prisons, Sultan Ajlouni, posted on his Facebook account, the entrance ticket price includes a translator and a security guard.
This announcement follows the entry of a group of Israeli pilgrims to the Tomb of Aaron (the tomb of Prophet Harun) in Petra, where they held "Talmudic religious ceremonies."
It also follows the controversy that the international film entitled "Jaber" raised before the film's team canceled the shooting.