Jerusalem Plans a Cable Car to the Magic Kingdom

JTA Reports: Western Wall cable car

The city of Jerusalem may make the Western Wall accessible by cable car.

Quoting a municipal source, Yediot Achronot reported Wednesday that there is preliminary approval for a plan to erect a cable-car network linking the Old City�s Wall Plaza with a station on the far side of the Hinnom Valley, half a mile away.

The project, estimated to cost $5 million to $8 million, aims to relieve congestion on the roads and walkways leading to Judaism�s holiest shrine, according to Yediot.

The Western Wall draws capacity crowds of hundreds of thousands of worshipers during the High Holidays.
My question: When you get off the cable car at the Magic Kingdom of the Western Wall of the Old City of Jerusalem, will you be greeted by a giant hasidic mouse with his hands stretched out for a donation?

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