Thursday, 26 July 2012

'Provocative' Jews on the Temple Mount

It must hurt the Waqf that jews who visit the Temple Mount are peaceful tourists. Amongst all the pictures taken by the Waqf there are non which show any disrespect or bad behaviour. Which isn't surprising as this is after all Judaism's holiest shrine.

But that doesn't stop constant accusations of 'provocation' and of 'storming' the area. But what can we expect from an institution the head of which is foaming at the mouth in wishing for a new Holocaust to take place.

It must be said that this Maan article is mild in comparison to that put out by the Waqf:
JERUSALEM (Ma'an) -- Dozens of Jewish worshipers entered the Al-Aqsa Mosque guarded by Israeli soldiers on Monday, the Al-Aqsa Foundation for Waqf and Heritage said. Around 58 Jewish worshipers and 28 Israeli soldiers toured the mosque, the foundation said in a statement. Such visits are provocative, particularly in the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, the group added. The Al-Aqsa compound, containing the mosque and the Dome of the Rock, is the third holiest site in Islam and abuts the site where Jews believe the ancient Second Temple stood. Some in the far right in Israel propose building a Jewish temple on the sanctuary. The flashpoint site is under the custody of the Islamic endowment authorities, and visits by Israeli extremists have been roundly condemned by Palestinian officials.

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