'Death to those who sell land to the Jooooos'

From Carl in J’lem:


“No place in Jerusalem for da Jooooos’

Those ‘peaceful Palestinians’ have issued another death threat against anyone who sells land to the Jews after a report that American Jews have been buying land from ‘Palestinians.’

The latest warning was issued on Wednesday by the Chief [Islamic] Judge of the Palestinian Authority, Sheikh Tayseer Rajab Tamimi, who reminded the Palestinians of an existing fatwa  (Fatwa 36)  than bans them from selling property to Jews.   More>>>

But just give them a state and they’ll be happy to let Jews come to visit. Just like Saudi Arabia.

By the way, unfortunately, these threats are not a joke. Recall the case of  Muhammed Abu al-Hawa (three links), who was murdered in April 2006 for selling land to Jews in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Abu Tor. And of course that explains why when they are discovered selling land to Jews, ‘Palestinians’ will inevitably deny it (in collaboration with Israeli ‘peace groups’ of course) as was the case with Shalom House in Hebron from which the Jewish residents were ultimately expelled in December 2008.

Tundra Tabloids: European Council for Fatwa and Research Offer Ruling That Will Keep ME Conflict Going Till Judgement Day……!

 It is unthinkable for Muslims that conquered peoples should rise up and throw off the yoke of Islam or that land once in the domain of Islam should ever be lost to that domain. According to Islamic thinking, once a region has been conquered for Islam, it is always Islamic and must be re-conquered from the infidel, regardless of the passage of time.

Strange how times change:

Jerusalem Falls to British, “Great Rejoicing in the Christian World”

Reporting on General Edmund Allenby’s conquest of Jerusalem on December 9, 1917, theNew York Herald announced in a headline: “Jerusalem Rescued by British after 673 Years of Moslem Rule.” Subtitles then elaborate: “Great Rejoicing in the Christian World” and “Jews Everywhere in Particular See the Restoration of Palestine as Part of Allies’ Programme.”

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Full text of  fartwa:

Giving up Jerusalem is a betrayal of Allah, His Messenger and the Believers

It is unlawful to surrender any part of Islamic land, for Islamic land is not the right of a president, a prince, a minister or of a group of people to surrender it under the event of exerted pressure or difficult circumstances. Rather, individuals and communities should try to use all means to withstand occupation, free the Holy Jerusalem and restore it to the Muslim territory.

If one of the Umma’s generations proves unable or unwilling to do so, it does not have the right to impose its disability or unwillingness on the future generations of the Umma till the Day of Judgment by surrendering what it is not entitled to surrender.

Therefore, the Council’s Fatwa is that it is prohibited and unlawful to sell land in Jerusalem or in any other location in Palestine to the enemies or accept compensation for it by the homeless refugees, for Muslim lands are not to be given up or compensated for in any case, and whoever does so betrays Allah, His Messenger and the Muslim society.

If this ruling applies to any Muslim land, it should be more strict concerning the land in Holy Jerusalem, the first of the two qiblas, the city of Al-Aqsa Mosque, and the third of the most venerated cities to Muslims next to Makkah and Medina, and the land that was the destination of Isra’ (night travel) and the starting point of Mi’ra (ascendancy to Heaven). It is enough that Allah (swt) praised it in His Saying: “Glorified (and Exalted) is He who took His Slave for a journey by night from Al-Masjid al-Haram (at Makkah) to Al-Masjid Al-Aqsa (in Jerusalem), the neighborhood whereof we have blessed in order that we might show him of Our Signs” (17:1)

Therefore, Jerusalem has its place in the heart of every Muslim, whether east or west. It touches its membrane and goes deep in it, out of sincere love of it, eagerness to keep it intact, and defending its sanctified features and taking care of its affairs. Because of it, the Palestinian issue has become the first issue of Muslims. They hurry to protect it and they fight in its cause and offer their souls and valuable property for its sake.

Jerusalem is not for the Palestinians alone; it is for the whole Muslims, Arabs and non-Arabs. It is also for all Arabs, both Muslim and Christian.

The Palestinians are not entitled to decide by themselves the fate of Jerusalem and ignore the right of the Muslims all over the world. Consequently, Muslims, wherever they may be, should do their duty and do their utmost to defend Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque. It is a common obligation. All Muslims should work together to defend them with their souls and property and whatever they possess. Otherwise, they would incur the punishment of Allah (swt).

Allah (swt) says: “O you who believe! What is the matter with you, that, when you are asked to march forth in the Cause of Allah, you cling heavily to the earth? Are you pleased with the life of this world rather the Hereafter? But little is the enjoyment of the life of this world as compared to the Hereafter. Unless you march forth, He will punish you with a grievous penalty and replace you by another people; but Him you will not harm in the least, for Allah has power over all things” (9:38-39).

When the crusaders occupied Jerusalem in the past, the people who tried hard to free it were non-Arab Muslims, such as the Turk ‘Imad-ud-Din Zinki, his son Nur-ud-Din Mahmod, known as the Martyr, and his student the Kurdish Salah-ud-Din Al-Ayyubi, who Allah (swt) chose to free Jerusalem.

Muslims numbering over 1.3 billion are still everywhere ready to sacrifice and expend everything for the sake of their dear Jerusalem. This is perceived by every individual among the Muslim nations from Philippine and Indonesia in the East till Mauritania in the Arabian West, although this is not manifested strongly and clearly by some Muslim rulers, unfortunately.

Jerusalem is a dear part of Islamic home and Islamic land. Muslims have been in it for 14 centuries. They did not usurp it from the Jews. Indeed, Jews ceased to live in it for hundreds of years. Their state had come to an end hundreds of years before; a state which lasted for no more than a few hundred years. Arabs and others lived in it for thousands of years. When the Caliph Omar ibn Al-Khattab (ra) received Jerusalem from its Christian Patriarch Sapharnius, one of the conditions agreed upon with him stipulates: “The Jews shall not live with them”.

The sovereignty over Jerusalem should be Islamic – Arabian – Palestinian. This does not prevent Christians or Jews from practicing their religious rites with the freedom and tolerance characteristic of Islam through the ages: “And Allah has full power and control over His Affairs, but most of men know not” (12:21).

*  Be  a good dhimmi and we might allow you to live. Under Islam. And we kill you whenever we feel like it…

3 thoughts on “'Death to those who sell land to the Jooooos'”

  1. Sheik – as regards the account of Allenby and the rescue of Jerusalem from Muslim domination – have you ever read Ion L Idriess, “The Desert Column”? All Australian soldiers engaged in battle with Muslims today, should read it: it’s a grassroots boots-on-ground blow by blow graphic description of what it was like to go into bloody battle, bayonets fixed, hand to hand, against Turkish Muslims in Gallipoli and then against Turkish Muslims and their German allies and advisers, in Sinai and eretz Israel (with the treacherous Arab Muslims, whom the Australian troops cordially despised and dubbed “ghouls of the battlefield”, spying for, betraying and murdering, with equal zest and facility, not only the Allies but also their own Turkish ‘brethren’ of the Ummah). Idriess was in the campaign from Sinai as far as Jaffa, where he was wounded badly and dropped out, so that’s as far as the book goes.
    Here are the three moving passages in which he describes his impressions of the Jewish community as encountered in 1917:
    The Desert Column, Chapter 50, Page 183:

    “I think this is the 17th (December, 1917). Yesterday we rode by numbers of vividly pretty little red-roofed towns. The inhabitants are very fair skinned, mostly Jews. They are by far the most cleanly people we have yet met. They are very hospitable although they do charge us a hefty/ p. 184 / price for brown bread, honey and tobacco.

    {And thus the Australian journalist, bushman and soldier sums up, in three simple sentences, centuries of Jewish dhimmitude – dda.

    The diary is not reproduced in full, and at this point there is a gap: I would very much like to see the original diaries, which are at the War Memorial in Canberra. Some 20 000 words were cut in passing from diaries to book – I think the diary may have had more to say here, about the Jewish towns and their situation, caught between Arab and Turkish Muslims}.

    “Distantly we see the city roofs of ‘Jaffa the beautiful’ – very pretty in its hills and trees and orchards, even at this distance…
    “Some of our boys got wine yesterday from the [non-Muslim, obviously! – dda] inhabitants of the little town near by, and things are a bit lively. I think the town is Richon.

    “Yesterday we rode through the place along a narrow road, the inhabitants in such queer garments lining the roads and shady lanes to stare at these brown sleeveless soldiers.

    “We must have seemed queer fighting men to them for they stared as if they had expected to see supermen, not rough-clad Australians.

    “I don’t think they could realize that we actually were the men who had driven back their taskmaster of centuries [the Turkish Muslim – dda].

    “They seem also to be on the verge of something they cannot believe, cannot understand; they tremble when they whisper of Jerusalem. It appears there is some prophecy, centuries old, that one day Jerusalem will fall and will be taken from the Turk or from whatever infidel {here, Idriess seems to mean, non-Jew – dda} holds it.”

    {Remember: Idriess wrote this in 1917, and published it in 1932 – dda}.

    “We passed a quaint little building with ‘Hotel’ prominently on a signboard, and other signs in Greek. A fair Hebe was leaning/ p. 185 over the veranda with bared arms and a winning smile {so: presumably not a Muslim – dda}. She had won, too, for the place was full of officers of the forces taking occupation, others seemed to be arriving per horse and lorry every minute.

    “These {Jewish; and Christian? – dda} towns have plenty of flocks, plenty of wine, plenty of bread; the people are clean and civilized {unlike the Arab Muslims…dda}.

    “We are coming into orchard towns now. The green oranges have given the whole regiment the tummy-ache. Reminds me of the melons of the Bardawil.

    “…A beautiful period of our ride was after crossing the Wadi Hanein. We rode through tall mimosa hedges, in perfumed bloom, into the colony of Nachalat (the heritage of Reuben).

    “Crowds of white men, women and children flocked the scented roads shouting: “Shallome! Shallome! Shallome!” {one understands why: for the swift advance of the Australians and the English had, quite possibly, averted the mass murder of all 55 000 Jews in ‘Palestine’ – some 55 000 of the population of 110 000 in 1914, had already been either deported, or killed – dda}.

    I get the impression that Idriess liked the Jews of the Holy Land much more than the other tribes he had encountered along the way.

    He has not much time for the Arab Muslims; speaking from much bitter experience in Egypt, Sinai and ‘Palestine’, he calls the Bedouin ‘the ghouls of the battlefield’, who would slit the throat of a wounded man, Turk or Australian, and steal everything he possessed, and who had the charming habit of digging up the graves of soldiers, in order to rob and desecrate the bodies. He and the other Australians took a very dim view of the English fascination with, and kid-glove treatment of, the [Muslim] Arabs.

  2. Maybe some non-Jews could facilitate as brokers; buying land (as non Jews and holding it for a time, then selling it to Jews. If I had the resources I would do it. Wherever Palestinians want to leave, give them the option by buying their land and transfer it to people who know what to do with it.

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