Jordan has been selected to establish an international judicial committee to inspect Israel’s “violations” on the Temple Mount, the Amman-based daily Al-Rai reported on Sunday.It sounds like the results of the "investigation" have been determined before it starts. Now, that's efficiency!
This role was assigned to Jordan, which is recognized by many as the custodian of the holy places in Jerusalem, during a conference that took place recently in Egypt, assembling Arab judicial experts.
Faisal Hizahi, an international judicial specialist, will chair the committee; he said it will inspect and document all the “violations” that harm the holy places in Jerusalem, and initiate criminal procedures against Israel in the International Criminal Court at The Hague.
In addition, Hizahi stated that the white paper submitted by the conference emphasized the central role of Jordan’s king, Abdullah II, in inspecting the “daily violations committed by Israel in Jerusalem” and forming a united international stance toward them.
The lawyer (whose name is really Faisal al-Khuzai) is also a member of Amnesty International.
He has previously sued Google for allowing films showing Mohammed characters.
Meanwhile, Saudi media reports that "Gangs of Jewish settlers stormed Al Aqsa Mosque" on Sunday. And Jordanian media says that "settlers broke into the Al-Aqsa yards and performed their Talmudic rites under the protection of the Israeli occupation forces" today.