Non-Jews on the Temple Mount

Q: If Jews are forbidden on the Temple Mount, aren't non-Jews also forbidden?
A: Almost all of the great Rabbis of this generation, both before the Six-Day War until now, prohibit ascending on to the Temple Mount. Maran Ha-Rav Kook, our Rabbi, Ha-Rav Tzvi Yehudah and Rav Avraham Shapira, along with every one of the Chief Rabbis, have prohibited visiting the Temple Mount. Regarding the non-Jews, they do not ask our halachic authorities. We are certainly distressed that they go on to the Temple Mount. After all, a non-cohain who enters the area of the Temple, even when it is not standing, will die (Bamidbar 3:10), i.e. the Arabs and non-Jews who ascend are liable for death. And there was in fact a stone on the Temple Mount when the Temple stood which warned: A non-Jew who enters is liable for death. This stone is located in the Rockefeller Museum and a picture of it appears in the Talmudic Encyclopedia in the entry on the Temple Mount. We are not Pro-Arab, but we are not interested in Arabs dying. A right-wing Jew once said that he was happy that Arabs go up on the Temple Mount since they will die as a result. We do not say such things. Hashem desires evil to be eliminated by people repenting and living.