Tuesday, October 13, 2015
- Tuesday, October 13, 2015
- Elder of Ziyon
Albawaba reports that Jews are secretly touring Jordan in order to steal the country.
Locals in the ancient city of Petra in the Ma'an governate, say that there are increasing numbers of frequency of Israeli tourists to the area; where they are tampering with the archaeological and historical places and faking them to prove that Jews were there.
Journalist Joseph Ataiwreh reported on an "outbreak of the strong protests in the city recently, in rejection of the presence of Israeli tourists in archaeological sites."
Ataiwreh said in an interview for "Arabic 21": "Yes, Israeli tourists come to Ma'an, and are engaged in suspicious activities, and staying long days between the mountains and valleys and rugged places, under the pretext of living a nomadic life. "
Ataiwreh added that "the fear of the population is that these Israelis are burying forged Jewish manuscripts and coins in the area, and will then claim that they have a history and a presence, and thus begin to claim the land."
Another writer, Fayez Da'jah, says "the south of the kingdom is exposed to Judaization aimed at tampering with archaeological and historical places, and rigged to prove the existence of Jewish assets...."Aaron's Tomb in Petra is the most targeted area for this campaign, prompting the responsible authorities place it under permanent guard around the clock."
"Jewish activities are surrounded by a ring of secrecy and anonymity and the gathering of information by dealing with events and incidents over the past years confirm that the first wave [of Jews] consists each time of a few officers from the army, and the completion of their mission is a condition for the completion of passing their daunting training course held in Israeli military centers, " he explained.
"The second wave is of student scholars from Israeli universities and history who come to Wadi bin Hammad to complete a course of study under the supervision of specialist professors, and the two groups hide in civilian clothes, carrying fake passports and entering the country on foot under the cover of tourism without prior approvals. They around for several days in specific remote and rugged locations, with backpacks and maps and GPS devices and ropes to climb, water and food, and perhaps light bedding.
"They infiltrate the targeted areas surreptitiously and destroy archaeological sites or add new writings and fake buried artifacts and steal existing ones."
Jordanian officials are checking the rumors out, saying that the ost recent group held American passports but they saw some of them praying.
Of course, ancient Israel did include parts of today's Jordan.