Tuesday, March 20, 2012

  • Tuesday, March 20, 2012
  • Elder of Ziyon
A couple of weeks ago I reported that an Islamic leader in the territories claimed that Israel was preparing to create an artificial earthquake to destroy the Al Aqsa Mosque and build the Third Temple in its place.

Today a variant of this plan has come to light, thanks to the extensive intelligence network of the Islamists.

From Qudsmedia:
An expert in the affairs of Al-Aqsa warned of Israeli plan he described as "very dangerous" that targets the holy mosque and paves the way for a takeover by Jews and the extension of their control by the year 2020. The expert said that Israel is using 28 earthquake experts who are taking part in the planning to provoke an earthquake from underneath Al-Aqsa Mosque, which would be "the beginning of its demise."

The expert explained this during a symposium on Israeli plans to demolish al-Aqsa at the University College of Applied Sciences that the earthquake against al-Aqsa would be set off in 2020.
I wish I was one of the 28 experts dedicated to setting off an earthquake under Al Aqsa - precisely enough not to damage the Kotel - but I'm sure that the cunning Zionists managed to find just the right people to hatch this villainous plot.

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