From the Elder of Ziyon:
Ali Gomaa commits a “criminal act” and a “fraud” of Muslims
Islamists freaking out over Egyptian mufti who visited Jerusalem–Â Islamists are now calling for theÂ resignationÂ of Egypt’s mufti Ali Gomaa over hisÂ recent visitÂ to the Al Aqsa Mosque and other sites in Jerusalem, via Jordan.
Hamas official Izzat Rishq said that the only way that Muslims should visit JerusalemÂ is as conquerors, not under the protection of Jews.
It shouldn’t be hard to track down a fatwa written by the Supreme Leader of Iran, should it?
MEMRI’s investigation reveals that no such fatwa ever existed or was ever issued or published, and that media reports about it are nothing more than a propaganda ruse on the part of the Iranian regime apparatuses â€“ in an attempt to deceive top U.S. administration officials and the others mentioned above.
Juan Cole explains Taqiyya:
“Middle East scholar Juan ColeÂ Juan Cole” Â points out that taqiyya has been “widely misrepresented by Muslim-haters and does not apply in Khamenei’s case”, describing the taqiyya argument in relation to Iran as “just some weird form of Islamophobia”.
Did you know that the terror inciting “Palestinian”Â Raed Salah is Â not an anti-semite?
The Guardian is complicit in disseminating his lies:
HeÂ wrote a columnÂ for Comment is Free in the Guardian where he pushes his normal lies. In it, he claims that he is against anti-semitism and blood libel is not what it is: Â The Guardian gives an antisemite a forum
You can almost cut the ‘interfaith dialogue’ with a knife:
“They are always talking about dialogue and [peace] partners, but apparently they don’t really mean it,” Lau told Israel Hayom on Wednesday. “We reach our hand out and they leave us hanging.”
He’s a good Muslim:
The US State Department broke with procedure last week when it ordered US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) not to conduct a secondary inspection on members of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) on their way to visit government officials in the US.
It is not clear where the order was issued from.
This happened despite the fact thatÂ one member of the delegation had been implicated â€“ though not charged â€“ in a US child pornography investigation, according to the Investigative Project on Terrorism.