Wednesday, June 08, 2005

Jews Invade the Al Asqua Mosque Again??

AP in the Washington Post refers to Confrontation Erupts at Jerusalem Shrine-
  • The confrontation erupted as Israel marked "Jerusalem Day," (NOTE ITS IN QUOTES) the anniversary of its capture of traditionally Arab east Jerusalem in the 1967 Mideast war. The disputed holy site, the Al Aqsa Mosque compound, is in east Jerusalem, claimed by the Palestinians as a future capital.......... With tensions running high, a confrontation erupted as several Jewish visitors toured the Al Aqsa compound, accompanied by police.
  • The compound, home to the Al Aqsa and Dome of the Rock mosques, is one of the most volatile areas in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The site is revered by Jews as the Temple Mount, home to their biblical temples. In 2000, a demonstrative visit by then-opposition leader Ariel Sharon to the shrine triggered bloody protests that escalated into more than four years of Israeli-Palestinian fighting.
A) The site 'revered' by Jews' as the Temple Mount?
The Koran refers to the site of the prophet Solomon's/Biblical Temple. The site is the HOLIEST site in Judaism. Christianity believes in this as well. That would make 3 religions by my count?
Ironically, Al-Jazeera refers to the Temple Mount in this article -
    • Hamas claimed responsibility for that attack, which it said came in retaliation for a visit by Jews on Monday to the Jerusalem holy site that was home to the biblical Jewish temples and now houses the Al-Aqsa Mosque, Islam's third-holiest shrine.

Home to the biblical Jewish temples wasn't qualified with the words, “Israelis claim,” or “according to Jewish belief.”

Ironically, how does the BBC describe the Jewish connection to the holy site?

Israeli policy is that Jerusalem will never be divided. The Temple Mount is revered by Jews as the site of the first and second Biblical temples.

Al Jazeera interviews a representative of an Israeli Temple Mount organization that wants open unrestricted access to Jews to worship at the Mount. Not an unreasonable notion? Muslims are allowed access to it why not Jews?

Aljazeera - Jews seek Israeli control of Noble Sanctuary -

  • Al Jazeera - From a press article: "We'll commemorate Israel's reclaiming of the Temple Mount and stress that it is the holiest site for the Jews and that Jews must be allowed to pray there unrestricted." Are you trying to dislodge Muslim control of the holy sites?
  • Ha'ivri - The Temple Mount is holy to the Jewish people; it is the site of Solomon's Temple. The site should be administrated by a Jewish Rabbinical authority. Al-Aqsa Mosque takes up less than 5% of the mount; we are not talking about that area..........We have opened up a long awaited dialogue about freedom of worship for Jews on the Temple Mount.
B) "Jews invading the holy Al Asqua Mosque".....
It seems any time the PLO or Hamas want to stoke the flames the safest canard is to say 'the Joooos are invading 'our holy Mosque'........... The 'Holy War' is to the go to or canard of top preference. The PLO used this as a pretext for the pre-planned Intifadah and the Western MSM continues to repeat this lie 5 years later. Camera details
Imad Faluji (PA Communications Minister at the time), for example, addressing a rally at the Ein Hilwe refugee camp in South Lebanon, stated that the intifada had been in the planning for months -
  • Whoever thinks that the intifada broke out because of the despised Sharon's visit to the Al-Aqsa Mosque, is wrong, even if this visit was the straw that broke the back of the Palestinian people. This intifada was planned in advance, ever since President Arafat's return from the Camp David negotiations, where he turned the table upside down on President Clinton... [Arafat] rejected the American terms and he did it in the heart of the U.S. (MEMRI, Special Dispatch No. 194 - PA, March 9, 2001).

A similar assertion was made by Marwan Barghouti (a senior Palestinian leader at the time), who told an interviewer that -

  • The explosion would have happened anyway. It was necessary in order to protect Palestinian rights. But Sharon provided a good excuse. He is a hated man.(New Yorker, Jan. 29, 2001).
C) 'east' Jerusalem has 'traditionally' been an Arab section.
This is a specious claim at best even based on the last 150 years.
Would that mean Hebron has 'traidtionally' been a Jewish city? Only since 1948 has it become predominately Arab and Muslim? Camera explains


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