20th May 13:19
Jewish fanatics allowed into Aqsa plaza (palestine process)
In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.
All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His
Jewish fanatics allowed into Aqsa plaza
Jul 19, 2003, 11:09
Occupied Jerusalem - Zionist police recently allowed Jewish fanatic groups
to enter the Haram Al-Sharif in a new provocative and serious step.
Hebrew daily 'Ha'aretz' yesterday said that the police had expanded its
organized, escorted trips into the Haram to include Jewish fanatics wearing
the Kippa (traditional cap worn by religious Jews).
Visits were a few weeks ago opened for Christian groups and tourists while
Jewish rabbis were banned from entry. However, the recent flexibility in
police policy came in line with a gradual process aimed at returning the
situation to the pre-intifada of 28th September 2000 that raged after the
then opposition leader Ariel Sharon toured the Haram.
The paper said that the police plan, which started two months ago, started
with visits for policemen without uniform then allowed Jews to enter
disguised as tourist groups.
21st May 15:06
Jewish fanatics allowed into Aqsa plaza (way)
Hey Abu Alfalfa, I'm not excessively impressed by the shallow
propagandistic way in which you consider Jews stepping foot onto the
Temple Mount platform to be "fanatics", but you consider gangs of
young Arab toughs dropping stones from the top of the wall onto
praying Orthodox Jews in the Western Wall plaza below to be
"courageous and noble patriots"! Meanwhile, Jerusalem has no
connection with Muhammad (other than as the "rejected Qibla", of
course), and has no relationship whatsoever with Qur'an verse 17:1 --
so you can drop all that "al-Aqsa" nonsense now. The oldest Muslim
inscriptions in Jeruslam (the Umayyad inscriptions on the Dome of the
Rock) were carefully chosen to be deliberately and intentionally
offensive towards Christians, but they make no reference at all to the
story of Muhammad's "night flight" or "ascent" (most of which is not
contained in the Qur'an anyway) -- which proves decisively that the
idea that Muhammad's "night flight" had Jerusalem as its destination
either simply didn't exist in early Islam, or was unknown to or not
accepted by the Umayyad Caliphs when they built the Dome of the Rock
ca. 700 A.D.
Some Qur'an quotes: 5:20 qaala muusaa 5:21 "yaa qawmi ´dkhuluu ´l-'arDa
´l-muqaddasata ´llatii kataba ´llaahu lakum" 17:104 waqulnaa ... libanii
'israa'iila "´skunuu ´l-'arDa" || In English: Moses said, "My people,
go into the Holy Land which God has assigned to you!" And we said to the
Children of Israel, "Inhabit the land!" http://symbolictruth.fateback.com/