Two years ago, the Yisrael Medad of the My Right Word blog published a funny Photoshop of theTemple Mount, with the golden dome replaced with the ubiquitous large kippah used by some Breslov chasidim with their slogan Na-Nach-Nachma- Nachman MeUman.
He wrote, tongue in cheek, "I hope theWaqf doesn't see this" - and then gave the address of the Waqf in Jerusalem.
Well, it took a couple of years, but the Muslims have finally seen this joke.
Ma'an Arabic reports of this image seen on the Facebook page of Yehuda Glick, who works to restore Jewish rights to the holiest spot in Judaism.
They "report" that the photo shows "the Dome of the Rock golden dome replaced with the hat worn by Jews and settlers with Talmudic slogans written. This counterfeiting comes within the continuation of Jewish religious leaders targeting the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and trying to harm it through multiple ways, including daily incursions and the Talmudic rituals with preparation for building the so-called "temple" on its ruins. The "Al-Aqsa Foundation" commented on this photo by saying: "These malignant actions demonstrate the size of the conspiracy that surrounds Al-Aqsa Mosque in its entirety and confirms the ambitions of the occupation of desecration and targeting of the Haram al Sharif."
It is normal to see such hysterics from the Al Aqsa Foundation, but Ma'an styles itself as a Western-style media outlet. Um, not so much.
By the way, the Facebook page now has a lovely threat of a new Holocaust against Jews in Israel, thanks to our peaceful Muslim cousins!
This is not the first time a Photoshopped image of the Dome raised the ire of Islamists.