Jerusalem – Even with the threat of an additional plan of attack against him, Temple Mount rights activist Yehuda Glick left Shaarei Tzedek hospital without official security detail from police.

Israel National News  reports Glick’s friend and current bodyguard, Amir Ohana, said a group of young men trained in self-defense is now protecting Glick.

Glick was shot in the chest on Oct. 29 outside the Begin Heritage Center in Jerusalem by Jihad terrorist Mua’taz Hijazi.

The Jerusalem District Court revealed last week that a separate attack on Glick was planned for Oct. 30.

Information taken from Israel National News