The previous opposition leader in Israel’s Knesset, MK Isaac Herzog tells a Saudi internet publication that he believes, “the Saudis have a great responsibility and role for the holy places of Islam,” and it should include the Temple Mount.
Riyadh should be given a “central role” in future arrangements for al-Aksa Mosque, opposition leader Isaac Herzog told a Saudi publication, according to a transcript released by his office on Tuesday.
“We will arrive at talks on Jerusalem and the holy places like al-Aksa,” Herzog told the Saudi-owned, London-based Elaph website, referring to Islam’s third holiest shrine. “I think the Saudis have a great responsibility and role for the holy places of Islam.” Continue Reading »
Sheikh Muhammad Hussein, the grand mufti of Jerusalem, has called on Muslims all over the world, especially those living in Jerusalem and Arab Israelis, to make pilgrimage to al-Aksa in order to defend the mosque from Israel’s attempts to Judaize it.
Israeli police officers take positions on the roof of the al-Aksa mosque during clashes with Palestinians in Jerusalem’s Old City. – Photo: REUTERS
Sheikh Muhammad Hussein, the grand mufti of Jerusalem, has called on Muslims all over the world, especially those living in Jerusalem and Arab Israelis, to make pilgrimage to al-Aksa in order to defend the mosque from Israel’s attempts to Judaize it. Continue Reading »
WATCH: Egypt’s most prominent expert on Arabic & Islamic studies, joins other celebrated scholars saying Muslim claims over al-Aksa mosque are religiously baseless, rather “a pawn in a political game.”
By JACKIE HOGI
Dr. Youssef Ziedan was insistent on pronouncing the words “Beit Hamikdash,” or, Temple in Jerusalem, clearly and in Hebrew.
An Egyptian philosopher and expert on Arabic and Islamic studies, Ziedan sat in the Egyptian CBC studios and explained at length to his host why, in his opinion, Muslim claims over al-Aksa mosque in Jerusalem are baseless. The CBC interviewer, Khairy Ramadan, challenged Zieden while taking in his words eagerly. Continue Reading »
Is Al-Aqsa really as sacred as described, if the Palestinians use it to store rocks to incite violence, and is the filth & destruction caused worth repelling the ‘filthy infidels’?
By Tsvi Sadan
The latest Temple Mount rioting during Rosh Hashanah has demonstrated once again that Muslim holy places are regularly used in service to militant Islam.
The cinder blocks and rocks piled up inside the Al Aqsa Mosque (Islam’s third holiest site) that turned prayer carpets into filthy rugs are a vivid reminder of the stark differences between the Muslim and Christian concepts of the sacred. From a Muslim point of view, dirty carpets are a small price to pay in the heroic effort to protect the holy place from the much greater filth of infidels. Continue Reading »
PM Netanyahu points fingers at Turkey, Islamic Movement in Israel, Palestinian Authority and Hamas for causing current incitement on Temple Mount.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday addressed tensions in Jerusalem in recent weeks which have included rioting on the Temple Mount and an uptick in stone-throwing and Molotov cocktail attacks in the capital.
Speaking at the weekly cabinet meeting, Netanyahu said that he was “obligated to preserve the status quo at the Temple Mount,” in response to charges from the Palestinians and Arab states that Israel was escalating tensions at the holy site. Continue Reading »
Al-Aksa Mosque Imam Raed Al-Daan said at an Islamic conference in Milan, Italy that the Arab armies would liberate Haifa, Safed, Jaffa, Lod, and Beit Shean.
al Aksa Mosque – Photo courtesy: Wikimedia Commons
“We will return to the sea of Jaffa, to the sands of Haifa, to the palm trees of Beit Shean, and to the hills of Lod and Ramle. We in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque await the legions of the conquerors. Continue Reading »
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