Everyone knows the word cotton, but only someone knows the origin of this word. Its roots are in Semitic languages, namely Kutna (Hebrew) Kutnin (Arabic). Kutnin Street, or the street of cotton cloth merchants, leads, like hundreds of years ago, to the Temple Mount. On the way to prayer or from prayer, it is well to buy clothes. Therefore, there has been a cotton market here for centuries. This entrance to the Temple Mount is for Muslims only.