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Tuesday, February 12, 2013

"3D models of alleged Temple" drive Muslims nuts

This photo is prompting the latest freak-out by the Islamists who hate the idea of Jews on the Temple Mount:


Apparently, in the young man's hand is a tiny reproduction of one of the Jewish temples. He is leading a tour of the Temple Mount, and the Islamists' zoom lenses are looking very closely to see exactly what the Jews are up to.

This photo was also not received well by the haters:


Those Jews are up to something!

As QudsMedia fumes:

The campaign to falsify history pursued by the Israeli occupation in Jerusalem is resorted to by Jewish groups to hugely escalate promoting a lie or a temple through issuing models of a mini alleged structure in the courtyards of the Aqsa Mosque on Thursday morning that was presented to tourists and a group of settlers and provide a detailed explanation of alleged existence of the temple somewhere near the Dome of the Rock.

The Al-Aqsa Foundation considers these promotion campaigns for the alleged Temple led by Jewish groups to be a malignant example of Judaization and falsification of history and facts on the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and confirmed its categorical rejection of that idea, stressing that they will not succeed in hiding or suppressing the obvious fact that confirms the right of Muslims alone in every inch of the Al Aqsa, as it reflects the extent of lies and quackery by the occupation on the myth of the alleged temple.
They seem a bit upset, don't they?

Now is a good time to revisit the wonderful pamphlet published by the Islamic Waqf in 1925 for visitors to the Mount, that says that "its identity with the site of Solomon's Temple is beyond dispute." (page 4, paragraph 2.) The descriptions remained in later versions of the pamphlet, but were deleted in 1954.