The Arab Madness: Blame the Jews!

Today’s Pali-Arab News:

A conspiracy theorist called Jane Burgermeister has a bunch of theories about how the world’s bankers have concocted swine flu in order to get everyone under their control. Although she doesn’t say it explicitly, Arab media (starting in Algeria) is interpreting this as proof that Jews are behind the flu pandemic.

In the “well, this was inevitable” department, every birth defect in Gaza over the past nine months is being blamed on Israeli weaponry during Operation Cast Lead.


The Al Aqsa Heritage Foundation has put out this week’s warnings about Jewish plans to “storm” the Temple Mount, saying that Israeli explosives experts visited the site on Thursday, that Jews are planning to “storm” the Mount on Sunday ahead of Yom Kippur, that 130 have “stormed” it this week, that Jews are having lectures about the Third Temple, and that Jews are praying for the destruction of the “Al-Aqsa” mosque. They claim that this is all on the website of the Temple Mount Faithful movement, although it hasn’t been updated in months.

The Elder of Zion has more

Hamas TV show teaches kids to kill Jews

“There won’t be any Jews or Zionists, if Allah wills. They’ll be erased.”

Breeding genocidal zombies in Hamastan: all cultures are equal, right? Who are we to judge… will the Islamophobia never end?

Go Obama! Go and apologize to them!


“Hamas teaches kids to kill Jews,” by Itamar Marcus and Nan Jacques Zilberdik forPalestinian Media Watch, September 23 (thanks to all who sent this in):

The bear puppet host, Nassur, of a Hamas children’s TV program used different words for “slaughter” to describe how to rid Israel of Jews.

First the bear explains that all Jews must be “erased from our land.” Later in the conversation he adds, “We want to slaughter them, Saraa, so they will be expelled from our land.” He repeats, “…We’ll have to [do it] by slaughter.”

He first uses the Arabic expression for “slaughter,” “Nidbah-hom,” and later on uses the word “Shaht.”

The following is the transcript from the children’s program Tomorrow’s Pioneers:

Nassur: “There won’t be any Jews or Zionists, if Allah wills. They’ll be erased.”
Saraa: “Chased away.”
Nassur: “And just like we will visit the Qaaba [in Mecca]… everyone will visit Jerusalem.”
[Seven-year old Palestinian child on phone tells how his father, a member of the Hamas Al-Qassam Brigades, “died as a Shahid (Martyr).”]
Nassur to child on phone: “What do you want to do to the Jews who shot your father?”
Child on phone: “I want to kill them.”
Saraa: “We don’t want to do anything to them, just expel them from our land.”
Nassur: “We want to slaughter (Nidbah-hom) them, so they will be expelled from our land, right?”
Saraa: “Yes. That’s right. We will expel them from our land using all means.”
Nassur: “And if they don’t want [to go] peacefully, by words or talking, we’ll have to [do it] by slaughter.” (Shaht)
[Al-Aqsa (Hamas) TV, Sept. 22, 2009

Yom Kippur

Sunday night is Yom Kippur. It is also the 36th anniversary of the attack on Israel that is now known as the Yom Kippur War. This video combines “u’Netaneh Tokef” – what might be described as the central prayer of Yom Kippur – with scenes of the Yom Kippur War.

Carl in J’lem


Shamelessness at the UN



Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asked the assembled representatives of the UN member states in New York this week, “Have you no shame? No decency?”

The answer is no. For in inviting once again holocaust-denier and Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to address the General Assembly, the majority of member states confirmed how greatly anti-Semitism is now institutionalized at the UN.

Only a few representatives led by Canadian delegates walked out on Ahmadinejad’s speech and, thereby, “stood up for moral clarity” in Netanyahu’s words.

But finding moral clarity in the UN, as surely Netanyahu and his people know, would be as rare as stumbling upon a virgin in a brothel.

It is no secret that the UN culture is soaked in the world’s oldest and most persistent bigotry against one people, the Jews. This bigotry was given official expression — “Zionism is racism” — in the notorious General Assembly resolution 3379 of November 1975, and while the resolution was eventually revoked in 1991 the bigotry remains entrenched at the UN.

Behind the cover of supporting Arab-Palestinian rights in historic Palestine anti-Semites everywhere, given new lease after the Holocaust by anti-Jewish bigotry of the Arab-Muslim world, are joined together to cause irreparable injury to Israel. They have succeeded this far in bending the UN to become complicit in their evil purpose.

Any decent human being, including Muslims, should ask the simple question what is the basis of Arab claim to historic Palestine with Jerusalem as its political and spiritual centre? The answer is transparently simple.

Arab rights to historic Palestine rest on the force of arms and military conquest. But what is garnered by sword may also be taken away by sword.

If the claim is to be justified on the basis that Arabs and Muslims (Ottoman Turks) held on to historic Palestine for more than a millennium between 637 and 1918 — save for the period 1099-1187 when the Christian Crusaders took Jerusalem from Arab rulers — then for a period far exceeding that of Arab-Muslim rule this territory was inseparable from Jewish history.


The Arab-Muslim claim to Jerusalem and historic Palestine on religious grounds is an invention with no basis in Islam’s sacred text, the Qur’an. The only religious claim sanctioned by the Qur’an is for Mecca as Islam’s temporal centre, while Jerusalem indisputably was and remains exclusively the holy city for Jews.

Two years after Sir Arthur Balfour signed the declaration bearing his name promising to Jews Britain’s assistance in establishing their home in historic Palestine, he wrote: “The four great powers are committed to Zionism and Zionism, be it right or wrong, good or bad, is rooted in age-long tradition, in present needs, in future hopes, of far profounder import than the desires and prejudices of the 700,000 Arabs who now inhabit that ancient land.”

Balfour was right in 1919, and he would be right today if the West had not gone wobbly and its leaders not lost their sense of history, morality and obligation to Jews to whom they, and much of the world where decency may still matter, owe immensely for wrongs done to them.

A shameless UN, however, cannot advance justice or lay the grounds for peace in Palestine.

MUST READ: The only way to make peace is to win the war

This article by Daniel Pipes in the current edition of Middle East Forum simply nails it: There is awar going on and either the ‘Palestinians’ will win it or we will.

Of a multiplicity of errors, the ultimate mistake lay in Yitzhak Rabin’s misunderstanding of how war ends, as revealed by his catch-phrase, “One does not make peace with one’s friends. One makes peace with one’s enemy.” The Israeli prime minister expected war to be concluded through goodwill, conciliation, mediation, flexibility, restraint, generosity, and compromise, topped off with signatures on official documents. In this spirit, his government and those of his three successors — Shimon Peres, Binyamin Netanyahu, Ehud Barak — initiated an array of concessions, hoping and expecting the Palestinians to reciprocate.

They did not. In fact, Israeli concessions inflamed Palestinian hostility. Palestinians interpreted Israeli efforts to “make peace” as signals of demoralization and weakness. “Painful concessions” reduced the Palestinian awe of Israel, made the Jewish state appear vulnerable, and incited irredentist dreams of annihilation. Each Oslo-negotiated gesture by Israel further exhilarated, radicalized, and mobilized the Palestinian body politic to war. The quiet hope of 1993 to eliminate Israel gained traction, becoming a deafening demand by 2000. Venomous speech and violent actions soared. Polls and votes in recent years suggest that a mere 20 percent of Palestinians accept the existence of a Jewish state. More from Daniel Pipes

Jewish self-hatred runs amok with Gideon Levy:

Anatomy of (Self-)Contempt: Gideon Levy on Netanyahu’s UN Speech

55 thoughts on “The Arab Madness: Blame the Jews!”

  1. [muslims piss and moan that] “that Jews are having lectures about the Third Temple” and portray it as some sort of conspiracy.

    The rebuilding of the Temple is seen as a halachic requirement, incumbent on the nation to do it when it becomes possible, and thus
    likely to require the removal of the current blasphemous islamic
    structures. I doubt that the Israeli government would destroy the
    islamic blasphemies, except perhaps as a “defensive jihad” in response to yet another islamic invasion of the Holy Land. More
    likely the islamic blasphemies will be destroyed by a non-man-caused
    disaster such as earthquake, but only God can know for certain.

    The “Al Aqsa Heritage Foundation” better take lots of photos of the
    islamic blasphemies before they are destroyed, the site is prepared,
    and construction of the Temple begins.

    Nothing that allah, the false prophet, or 1.x billion whiny muslims,
    snitches and food critics can do to prevent it, for it is from the Temple
    that Antichrist will reign…

  2. “The rebuilding of the Temple is seen as a halachic requirement, incumbent on the nation to do it when it becomes possible, and thus
    likely to require the removal of the current blasphemous islamic
    structures. ”

    And he and this blog talk about demanding violence and hate based on religion as being unacceptable. LMAO!

    Aside from this rip-roaring waste of a brain-cell, the articles about Jew hating Arabs is a sad Arab Nationalist and extremist view that is neither Qur’anic nor is it in fact throughout the Muslim world.

    Having said that, the radical right-wing of Israel and lunatics, like the poster above, would if they get a chance damage Al Aqsa and the Dome if they had a chance. My gut feeling is that in the end Jerusalem is going to be handed over to the UN for 10 years, both capitals may or may not be in it and it will take 10 years of solid negotiations, the giving back of stolen homes and the like to define a new way of having this Holy City given freely available to all Jews, Christians and Muslims.

  3. Perhaps it wont be necessary to rebuild the temple; probably the great
    deceiver will turn the mosques into multi-religionist centres where
    all can worship their own god.

  4. Mock, as you will, Solkhar, but the Temple will be rebuilt.

    google halachic jerusalem temple

    Jerusalem will continue to be a cup of trembling to the nations round
    about – a burdensome stone that will damage those who seek to lift

    * My gut feeling is that in the end Jerusalem is going to be handed over to the UN for 10 years…

    How about 7 years – the final seven years that will see the Temple
    rebuilt, Antichrist entering into a covenant with Israel to restart
    the legal and sacrificial system, and reneging after 3.5 years.

    Who knows more? The Prophet Daniel, or the false prophet Mo
    and his loyal follower Solkhar?

    Who knows more? The Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, or the false prophet Mo and his loyal follower Solkhar?

    “Who opposes and exalts himself above all that is called God, or that is worshipped; so that he as God sits in the temple of God, showing himself that he is God.” (Jesus Christ, referring to the man of sin
    who will sit in the Temple in the last days – 2 Thessalonians 2)

    You have no idea what you are messing with, Solkhar – your mocking
    and blasphemies are in vain, for the prophecies will be fulfilled to the

  5. There are three possibilities concerning the temple;
    As said by Mullah;1. disasters destroys the mosques.
    which would allow the rebuilding of solomon’s temple.
    2.Multi purpose use of the mosques.
    3.Rebuilding of the second temple, which would not
    require demolition of the mosques.
    Time is short, so probably the antichrist will enforce that
    all churches, synagogues, mosques, temples and shrines
    shall be used for the “new world religion”.

  6. There is one and only one reason behind the Mohammedan Mosque on the Temple Mount .
    Mohammedan TRUIMPHALISM

  7. Imagine the effect on mohammedan triumphalism when the site is
    cleared, by whatever means, and construction of the Temple begins.

  8. No triumphalism, both Al Aqsa and the Dome of the Rock are there simply because in Islam, it is believed to be a continuence of the Abrahamic tradition.

    The late and renowned Professor Shelomo Dov Goitein, of the Hebrew University considered both of them to be an established part of the dynamic religious image of Jerusalem that made up in total the proof of the Holy City of Abraham and Moses.

    From another issue, kaw is correct, the UN needs reform, not like Gaddafi’s way but it certainly no longer reflects representation of all the world’s nations and its reality on the ground. The security council in particular.

    1. Solker sez:

      “both Al Aqsa and the Dome of the Rock are there simply because in Islam, it is believed to be a continuence of the Abrahamic tradition.”


      I’m sure you can do better than that, solker. Mohammedanism is in no way “Abrahamic tradition”, I thought we were agreed on that.
      Please, tell us: what is the hysteria about this preposterous mosque all about?

  9. No you chose that, Islam is an indelible part of the Abrahamic – Judo-Christo-Islamic order of faith that steams from Abraham, Moses and the other Prophets.

    That is also recognised by all but fringe groups.

    1. Hahaa! Solker, thanks for that:

      It steams alright, in fact it does a lot more than that!

      No, solker, it is not recogized. The Christians and Jews laugh about your absurd claims and your usurper religon.

  10. The mosques are there because Muhammed had a vision there.
    So where is the Memorial for John’s vision on the Isle of Patmos?

  11. Main Entry: Abra·ham
    Pronunciation: ˈā-brə-ˌham
    Function: noun
    Etymology: Late Latin, from Greek Abraam, from Hebrew ‘Abhrāhām
    Date: 14th century
    : an Old Testament patriarch regarded by Jews as the founder of the Hebrew people through his son Isaac and by Muslims as the founder of the Arab peoples through his son Ishmael


  12. Abrahamic religions (also known as Abrahamic faiths, Abrahamic traditions, and the religions of Abraham) has become a popular and often used designation for the monotheistic faiths of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, emphasizing their common origin and values. For some 1,300 years their histories and thought have been intertwined. The three are all considered inextricably linked to one another because of a ‘family likeness’ and a certain commonality in theology.[1] They are faiths that recognize a spiritual tradition identified with Abraham.[2][3][4]



    By Dr. Douglas M. Johnston
    (Rome, March 1, 2006)

    The sweeping nature of the topic before us causes one to wonder where to begin. Perhaps a good start would be to acknowledge the rules of war developed by all three Abrahamic faith traditions that share in common a respect for God’s creation. In one form or another, all three have articulated principles of Jus Ad Bellum, to determine when it is morally acceptable to wage war, and Jus In Bello, to determine the moral parameters for the actual conduct of war. Briefly stated, all three agree that (1) states should only use force as a last resort, i.e. after all diplomatic and other nonmilitary options have been exhausted, and (2) if force is used, every effort should be made to avoid harming innocent civilians.


    I have much more that shows the blatant bias of the blog-owner and he has to simply accept that HE does not accept that Islam is but just about everyone else does.

  13. Solkhar the slave of “allah” wrote “No triumphalism, both Al Aqsa and the Dome of the Rock are there simply because in Islam, it is believed to be a continuence of the Abrahamic tradition.”

    They won’t be there for much longer, as Judaism (the true Abrahamic tradition, not the islamic cuckoo tradition) considers the Temple to be necessary for “geula” (redemption), and is awaiting the appearance of “Moshiach” and the rebuilding of the Temple.

    (eg) (extracts)

    Moshiach, Mashiach, the Messiah, a king, Jewish leadership

    “A generation that does not merit the rebuilding of the Temple is the equivalent of one who destroyed it.” (Talmud Yerushalmi, Yoma 1.1)

    The coming of the Geula — the emergence of the Jewish people as the Creator’s presence in this world — starts in our thoughts.

    The cuckoo of islam will be ejected once and for all, Solkhar, while
    the Jews (the natural branches) will quickly be grafted back into
    their rightful place with the wild branches (gentiles like me).

    Flee from islam, Solkhar – run for your life!

  14. The Abrahamic Traditions for Jewish, Christian and Muslim Students
    Master of Arts in Interreligious Dialogue
    Stepping out this fall at Catholic Theological Union, Chicago, IL

    March 27, 2007 – This Fall 2007, Catholic Theological Union of Chicago (CTU) will begin a unique Masters of Arts program in Interreligious Dialogue designed for students from the three Abrahamic faith traditions. The goal is to provide theological and practical preparation for future leaders in interreligious dialogue, bringing new and vital knowledge and skills to roles such as teaching at the secondary and college level, guiding interreligious dialogue for various religious organizations, and serving as a resource person in business or government where knowledge of other religious traditions and methods of dialogue is a valuable asset.

    In our world where religion is often alleged to be a factor in fomenting division and violence, the importance of interreligious understanding and collaboration is all the more urgent. As Pope Benedict XVI recently stated: “Inter-religious and inter-cultural dialogue is a necessity for building together this world of peace and fraternity ardently desired by all people of good will” (September 26, 2006). This distinctive program will prepare future religious leaders who can be agents of peace and reconciliation among religious traditions, while remaining deeply grounded in their own religious identity, commitments, and community.

    The program seeks to maintain a balance of Jewish, Christian and Muslim students, reflecting the balance of the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim professors who function as the core faculty of the program. This balance will be important in helping to create a learning context in which all three faiths are represented and where actual dialogue will take place within the context of the program itself. Each participant is expected to become theologically literate in one of the faith traditions other than his or her own and each student will contribute to the ongoing dialogue and sharing of perspectives that is at the heart of the program. Students in the program will also have access to the rich academic resources of the Association of Chicago Theological Schools, particularly the Hyde Park theological schools, as well as to associated institutions such as Spertus College of Judaica, the American Islamic College, and the University of Chicago.

    CTU president, Fr. Donald Senior, noted that “As a Roman Catholic school of theology, CTU has a strong and long-term commitment to interreligious dialogue that has prepared it to mount such a program in a credible manner.” The school is fully accredited both by the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada and the Higher Learning Commission. Under the auspices of its Bernardin Center for Theology and Ministry, CTU has programs in both Jewish studies and Islamic studies and maintains close relationships with both the Muslim and the Jewish communities and their religious leadership. Permanent and adjunct Jewish and Muslim faculty members teach on a regular basis at CTU and the school has had students from both traditions matriculate at CTU. The school also has a long-standing overseas biblical study program that resides in Jerusalem (Bethany) and has contacts there with both Israeli and Palestinian institutions of higher learning. The Bernardin Center also sponsors tri-lateral dialogues among the leadership of the Jewish, Muslim and Christian communities in the Chicago area.

    Catholic Theological Union in Chicago is the largest Roman Catholics graduate school of theology in North America. For further information on this program or CTU, please contact: Kathy Van Duser at 773-371-5450 or, or consult the CTU website,

    1. More misguided kumbaya and “interfaith” activity at our expense to try and pacify fanatical moslems, solker?

      I’m not impressed.

      Btw: this post of yours went into the spam filter, I just fished it out for your sake. But what will it achieve? Nothing, nada, niente, zilch. You know that, solker. It only confuses the half educated who can’t think for themselves.

      But you don’t even allow anyone to post on your pathetic website. Why would that be?

  15. Do not like Websters or Wiki, try Britannica…..

    Aspects of the topic Abrahamic-religion are discussed in the following places at Britannica.

    Assorted References
    philosophy of religion ( in philosophy of religion: Epistemological issues;
    The Abrahamic religions (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam) also appeal to revelation, or to claims that God has spoken through appointed messengers to disclose matters which would otherwise be inaccessible. In Christianity these matters…

    in philosophy of religion: God and the universe;
    Whatever may have been the influence of Classical philosophy on the Abrahamic religions, they have not, in general, accepted the Greek idea of the eternity of matter but have stressed the contingency of the universe as the free creation of God. It has been argued, most notably and influentially by Aquinas, that neither the eternity of matter nor the doctrine of creation can be established by……

    Face it, you do not believe but a lot more others do, in fact your in the miniscule grouping……

  16. * Abrahamic religions (also known as Abrahamic faiths, Abrahamic traditions, and the religions of Abraham) …

    The islamic cuckoo sings again, wanting a place with Judaism and
    Christianity, but denying the tenets of both, and claiming that the
    Holy Scriptures were “tampered with”.

    Which is it, Solkhar? Three contiguous “Abrahamic” faiths complementing each other, or one usurper / cuckoo impostor
    faith, rejecting the other two, claiming that they have been
    tampered with, & that islam is the final revelation?

    Your “god” has dudded you, Solkhar, together with 1.x billion
    muslims like you – it matters little whether they are “radical”
    or “moderate”, “liberal sunni” or hard-line wahabist or whatever.

    The destination is the same for all – the lake of fire.

  17. Wakademia failed us because of their obsession to be “all inclusive” and the prevalent mental disorder that “all religions are equally bad or good” without drawing any distinctions.

    The secular disease of our time.

    The result is the deterioration of our societies value system and our societies…

  18. * obsession to be “all inclusive”

    Social Inclusion Boards, diversity officers, “cultural sensitivity training”
    and all the rest of the secret herbs and spices and mumbo jumbo that
    does nothing at all.

    Abraham (אברהם “Father/Leader of many”, Standard Hebrew Avraham, Tiberian Hebrew ʾAḇrāhām; Arabic ابراهيم Ibrāhim) is the patriarch of Judaism, Islam, and Christianity. His story is told in the Book of Genesis. Islam also regards him as the ancestor of the Bedouins, through Ishmael. Judaism, Christianity and Islam are sometimes referred to as the ” Abrahamic religions” in reference to their supposed common descent from Abraham.


    The Abrahamic Religions and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights with Dr. Arnold Eisen, Chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary; Dr. David Gushee, founder and president of Evangelicals for Human Rights and a professor of Christian ethics; and Sulayman S. Nyang, professor and chairman of the African Studies Department at Howard University and a former Gambian ambassador to the Middle East; moderated by Rabbi Nancy Fuchs-Kreimer, Director, Religious Studies Program, Reconstructionist Rabbinical College.

    Wow, even the Jewish community believes it….


    Rabbi Sacks in his book “Unity, Diversity, and Dialogue: A Jewish Perspective”, Rabbi Sacks’ account puts Abrahamic religions on equal ground. Stressing that Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are religions of revelation, Sacks argues, “In the course of history God has spoken to mankind in many languages: through Judaism to Jews, Christianity to Christians, and Islam to Muslims. Only such a God is truly transcendental—greater not only than the natural universe but also than the spiritual universe articulated in any single faith, any specific language of human sensibility” (p. 55). However, as I explain later, Sacks revised or removed many of his statements accommodating Christianity and Islam in later editions of his book.


    SPIEGEL Interview With Rabbi Yona Metzger
    ‘My Dream Is to Create a United Religious Nations’
    Yona Metzger, the Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Israel, talks to SPIEGEL ONLINE about the Abraham as the father of all three monotheistic religions — Islam, Christianity and Judaism — and explains how that connection could be a starting point for a dialogue of peace between them.

    1. Solker worries:

      “Your very alone blog-owner.”

      I never noticed, solker.

      Its not that I’m missing anything. Its cool not having a billion moslems around me. It wouldn’t do anything for my mental balance.

      But you’re right, solker: it can be lonely at the top!

  20. One more thing, Solkhar – you posted this on the islamic cuckoo religion:

    “No triumphalism, both Al Aqsa and the Dome of the Rock are there simply because in Islam, it is believed to be a continuence of the Abrahamic tradition.”

    Kookoo kookoo kookoo

    ( )

    [… In the near future, the Institute plans to embark on a major project: the production and supplying of the white garments of the ordinary priests, for every male Jewish descendant of Aaron. Every cohein, from all over the world, will be given the opportunity to register and order his own uniform, so that he can be ready to serve in the rebuilt Holy Temple. This is as great an expression of faith as can be expressed, and is a positive step towards the rebuilding of the Holy Temple in our time. …]

    Solkhar, in all seriousness, what effect do you think that the rebuilding of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem will have on muslims
    and islam?

    Flee from islam – run for your life!

  21. Interesting that you tried to avoid the El-Buraq Myth, solker.
    I wonder why.
    Are you embarrassed?

    The Moslem Claim to Jerusalem is False

    There were no mosques in Jerusalem in 632CE when the Prophet Mohammed died… Jerusalem was [then] a Christian city

  22. I wonder why is considered more value than any other religious group website – I despise all radicals that put harm for others as part of their platform, rather like Kahane or Bin Laden.

    I see photos of broken pillars on one side of the mountain and broken parts of the Aqsa Mosque on the other….. all are fools and maniacs.

  23. Changing subjects again, all the world including many, many Jews and even three Israeli PMs all refer to “our united Abrahamic heritage”.

  24. Anything that doesn’t fit into your Islamic box needs to be smeared and denigrated as “radical or hateful” solker, pitiful really.

    I didn’t ask you about the website. I asked you about the El Buraq myth which you are avoiding….

  25. Who cares if all the world, including three Israeli PMs hop into the
    islamic cuckoo’s nest. This is nothing to do with a numbers game;
    the overwhelming majority will take the mark of the beast at the
    appointed time, but it won’t do them a lot of good.

    Worry about Truth, Solkhar – something that both you and islam are
    in very short supply of.

  26. Al Aqsa and its location was mentioned in the Qur’an, thus it is significant, as is the fact that the place is critical in the faith and history of all of us in the Abrahamic Tradition.

    Having been there three times I can say that I am not impressed with the obvious Palestinian and Arab nationalism that rather spoils any spiritual importance of visiting there, I told the Imam (Najmi) at the time (Aqsa) and he nodded, agreed and then I am sure forgot me intantly.

    There is no hiding radicalism, I do not.

    1. ‘Al Aqsa and its location was mentioned in the Qur’an” sez solker snitch.

      Now prove it! You are the only Mohammedan who’s ever found that part, solker. Which Koran, which sura, which verse, please!

  27. * Al Aqsa and its location was mentioned in the Qur’an

    Which sura(s), Solkhar?

    Please explain, without spin, evasion, or diverting attention to Jihad

  28. The site that Al Aqsa was built on (and why it was) and this is the last I will be answering your demands….. I do not divert attention like selling my faith and in the same breath condemning yours.

    1. “The site that Al Aqsa was built on (and why it was) and this is the last I will be answering your demands…”

      There you go, solker. Meltdown. You know the claims to Jerusalem are bogus. You been fooled. You have made a fool of yourself, again.

      Get out of the cult and get a life, solker. Mohammedanism makes people gaga.

  29. ( )

    Why and When was the Myth of al-Aqsa Created?

    How did Jerusalem come to be so holy to Moslems?
    By Mordechai Kedar

    [Jerusalem, too, underwent the process of Islamization: at first Muhammad attempted to convince the Jews near Medina to join his young community, and, by way of persuasion, established the direction of prayer (kiblah) to be to the north, towards Jerusalem, in keeping with Jewish practice; but after he failed in this attempt he turned against the Jews, killed many of them, and directed the kiblah southward, towards Mecca.

    Muhammad’s abandonment of Jerusalem explains the fact that this city is not mentioned even once in the Koran. After Palestine was occupied by the Moslems, its capital was Ramlah, 30 miles to the west of Jerusalem, signifying that Jerusalem meant nothing to them.]

    The false prophet was busy doing allah’s wet work from the get go.

  30. Solkhar the diverter “The site that Al Aqsa was built on (and why it was)”

    Which suras, Solkhar? Having memory lapses?

  31. You are Chernobyling again, Solkhar. Maybe the “impostor” Solkhar
    will post again – he / she knows much more about the subject than

  32. “Hamas TV show teaches kids to kill Jews
    “There won’t be any Jews or Zionists, if Allah wills. They’ll be erased.”

    Yes disgusting, politics mixed with radical intepretations of God. Rather like teaching young ultra-orthodox children that the land that is inhabited and that should be and will be a Palestinian State actually is the land of Israel and that they must fight and if necessary kill to obtain that.

    1. Solker:

      “like teaching young ultra-orthodox children that the land that is inhabited and that should be and will be a Palestinian State actually is the land of Israel and that they must fight and if necessary kill to obtain that.”

      You are confused, solker boy.

      Jerusalem’s role as “The Third Holiest Site in Islam” in mainstream Islamic writings does not precede the 1930s. It was created by the Grand Mufti Haj Amin al Husseini.

      Jerusalem’s role as “The Third Holiest Site in Islam” in mainstream Islamic writings does not precede the 1930s.

      Muhammad never set foot in Jerusalem.

      The Moslem “claim” to Jerusalem is based on what is written in the Koran, which although Jerusalem is not mentioned even once, nevertheless talks (in Sura 17:1) of the “Furthest Mosque”: “Glory be unto Allah who did take his servant for a journey at night from the Sacred Mosque to the Furthest Mosque.” But is there any foundation to the Moslem argument that this “Furthest Mosque” (Al-Masujidi al-Aqtza) refers to what is today called the Aksa Mosque in Jerusalem? The answer is, none whatsoever.

      Aisha said the profit never went anywhere. He must have had another wet dream or Jibreel whistpering in his ears.

      The Aksa Mosque was built 20 years after the Dome of the Rock, which was built in 691-692 by Khalif Abd El Malik. The name “Omar Mosque” is therefore false. In or around 711, or about 80 years after Mohammed died, Malik’s son, Abd El-Wahd – who ruled from 705-715 – reconstructed the Christian- Byzantine Church of St. Mary and converted it into a mosque. He left the structure as it was, a typical Byzantine “basilica” structure with a row of pillars on either side of the rectangular “ship” in the center. All he added was an onion-like dome on top of the building to make it look like a mosque. He then named it El-Aksa, so it would sound like the one mentioned in the Koran.

      Jerusalem was always called “bet el maKDeS”

      The name “BeT el-MaKDeS” is a translation of the Aramaic and Hebrew “BeiT ha-MiKDaSH”, which means Temple. But Islam has no Temple, only the Jews did.

      Thus the Arabic name for Jerusalem makes no reference to Mohammed’s trip to Heaven, but rather refers to the Jewish Temple.

      Yassir Arafat and the Arabs claimed the Holy Jewish Temple Mount and Jerusalem based upon one extraordinarily huge lie told over and over again. Here then is a brief history of the religious war against the Jewish people, the Jewish State of Israel and her 3000 year old Eternal Capital, Jerusalem.

      Would be conquerors invariably issue false claims to provide justification for their march to conquest. The more recent call to “Jihad” against the Jews of Israel was first called in 1947 after the U.N. partition in a “Fatwa” (religious ruling) by the Saudis – supposedly to save the Al-Aksa mosque on the Temple Mount from the Jews. Thus, Yassir Arafat, with the full support of the Arab Nations, later claimed the Jewish Temple Mount as the third holiest site for Islam – including all of Jerusalem.

      For Mohammed, Jerusalem was a despised place of the Jews and had no place in his vision for his Islamic religion. It was as if he could not excise the Jewish essence from holy Jewish City of Jerusalem, although it is said that he believed that the Last Judgement of man would issue from Jerusalem.

      The Muslims claim that either the Temple Mount or Jerusalem is holy to Islam is false based upon irrefutable historical evidence. The claiming of Jewish Holy Sites, like Joseph’s Tomb, has been a successful gambit by Arafat. “Jerusalem is not mentioned in the Koran even once. You can’t rewrite the Koran on air on Al Jazeera”

      While the name Jerusalem is mentioned 667 times in the Hebrew Bible and 1436 times in the Talmud, it was not mentioned even one single time in the Quran.

      In the Bible moreover, the name of Jerusalem was almost invariably associated with the following words: Holy Jerusalem; Holy mountain Jerusalem; Holy mount at Jerusalem; Jerusalem called Holy; Jerusalem the holy city etc., in the Quran this association is totally missing.

      The Arabs who now claim to be natives of the Holy Land have migrated to Palestine after 1918, from neighboring Arab countries, predominantly from areas now known as Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Iraq. None of these countries existed as nations prior to 1913. They were nothing but a disorganized collection of tribes, constantly terrorizing each other, trying to seize land from their neighbors. Unfortunately, those Arab immigrants,
      imported into the Holy Land their age-old culture of terrorizing neighbors to seize land. Many of them were social outcasts and criminals who could not find jobs in their own countries so they searched for their luck elsewhere. They were accepted by the British regime as a source of cheap labor and were allowed to settle on unoccupied Jewish land in Palestine. Even Yassir Arafat, the leader of the PLO, is not a native of the Holy Land. He was born in
      1929 in Cairo, Egypt. He served in the Egyptian army, studied in the University of Cairo, and lived in Cairo until 1956. He then moved to Saudi-Arabia and founded the Al-Fatah terror organization, the precursor to the PLO, in Kuwait in 1958, together with his Saudi-Arabian friends.

      Give it up, solker. You are living a lie.

  33. * I do not divert attention like selling my faith and in the same breath condemning yours.

    You are the one who blasphemes against Jesus Christ, denying that
    He is the Son of God, and denying that He was crucified. Like the
    cuckoo religion you are bound up in, you mock & blaspheme all
    that is holy.

  34. Masjid al Aqsa or the Farthest Mosque is the third Holiest Shrine in Islam.

    First one is Masjid Al Haraam (the Sacred Mosque) in Makkah City and the second one is Masjid Al Nabavi (the Prophet’s Mosque) in Madinah City, in Saudi Arabia.

    It is the First Qibla of Muslims (Qibla is the direction in which muslims all over the world must have to face to while praying to the Only One God of all-Almighty Allah). Masjid Al Aqsa was the Qibla in the early part of Final Prophet Muhammad’s(pbuh) Islamic Mission until that position was accorded to the Holy Ka’ba (built by Prophet Ibrahim or Abraham 4,000 years before) by Almighty God Allah by a Divine Command (which is in the Holy Qur-an) in the second year of the migration of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) from Makkah to Madina in 623/624 AD.

    It is also associated with the Mairaj (Celestial Ascension) of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). He led the congregational prayer of all the Prophets (peace be upon them all) who had gathered by the Leave of Allah in the Bait Al Maqdis Mosque (in Jerusalem) which is, as mentioned before, the first Qibla of Muslims.

    The following saying of the Final Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h) signifies the sacred status of the Al Aqsa Mosque, Masjid-Un-Nabi and the Sacred Mosque where Kaba is in Makkah, which is accorded by God Himself: “Praying once in Al Aqsa Mosque is equal to praying 50,000 times, and praying once in My Mosque is also equal to praying 50,000 times but praying once in the Sacred Mosque is equal to praying 100,000 times” (Hadith collection of Ibn Majah- or Book of the Traditions of Final Prophet Muhammad- compiled by Ibn Majah). Masjid Al Aqsa (Al Aqsa Mosque) is situated in Jerusalem, the Holy City is also called Bait Al Muqaddas or the Sanctified House or the House of Sanctuary and in short Al Quds as well.

    Therefore because of all the above-mentioned reasons, one can easily note, how important Jerusalem and Al Aqsa Mosque are to Muslims all over the world.

    1. The Hadith collection of Ibn Majah- solker?

      Didn’t you just tell us repeatedly that the hadith are fabricated and unreliable? So you now claim some obscure hadith by an even more nebulous inventor of hadiths has the ultimate say on the temple mount although its not mentioned once in the Koran? You are some kind of double dealing fruitloop, solker. Grow up!

  35. * Yes disgusting, politics mixed with radical intepretations of God.

    Islam, in a nut-shell.

  36. * accorded by God Himself: “Praying once in Al Aqsa Mosque is equal to praying 50,000 times, and praying once in My Mosque is also equal to praying 50,000 times but praying once in the Sacred Mosque is equal to praying 100,000 times”

    Really, God said that? Not the God of my salvation, Solkhar. Your
    blasphemous cuckoo, maybe.

  37. In the Millennium there wont be any churches, temples or mosques
    in Yerushalayim and Yeshua Ha Mashiach will reign worldwide from

  38. Solkhar should go and have an email exchange with Robert Spencer (I have), you’ll find he is nowhere near as bigoted as this narrow minded hypocrite character called yer’mami.

    This blog owner is no better than that scourge on humanity Charles Johnson from LGF. Quick, hit the block button.

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