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Jew has sparked outrage on social media after sharing photos of himself displaying Hebrew words at Muslim holy sites across the world. Mosque of the Prophet in Medina – Islam’s second-holiest site. Despite the backlash over his visits, Tzion claims he travels to holy sites out of ‘respect’ and ‘love toward people’. Non-Muslims are prohibited from visiting Mecca and advised to avoid other parts of central Medina, where Mosque of the Prophet is located, but Tzion said that the sites he visited were open to the public. The blogger said that traveling to Muslim holy sites is simply a hobby and he has respect for Islam and the Arab world. Bedouins and for every descendant of Abraham know as Ibrahim. In one photo, Tzion, carries a satchel adorned with Hebrew writing, which carries tefillin, or boxes of Torah scrolls that observant Jews wrap around their heads and arms when praying.
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