Zionists planning to annihilate Islam

truther January 20, 2014 10
Catherine Shakdam

With Zionists more intent than ever on defiling one of Islam’s holiest of holy, al-Aqsa Mosque, the very ground upon which, so many prophets of God, including Prophet Mohammed (PBUH), have walked upon, one should not ponder over whether Israel is working towards the building of its Third Temple but rather ask when it plans to destroy one of Islam’s beacons.

Zionists planning to annihilate Islam

Only this week, Israeli settlers – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s very own pack of rabid dogs – repeatedly attacked al-Aqsa compound, adamant they would challenge Muslim’s monopoly over the sacred ground and ultimately erase all traces of Islam from…[this place].

Such men want to extradite Islam from its land and deny its very existence for it poses an inherent threat to their own belief system. As a religion of truth, the closing chapter of God’s message onto Men, Islam requires no indoctrination as it is light by essence. It is such light which Israel seeks to annihilate as its forces only yearn for darkness.

Perfectly aware of the controversy their actions are bound to generate, Israel extremists feel endowed with a sacred mission; ridding al-Quds of all the Gentiles ahead of the coming of their much awaited “Messiah.” Only what they fail to realize is that with the building of the Third Temple it is their fate as a people they are sealing for all eternity.

Under the leadership of radical Rabbi Yehuda Glick, a man who has sworn to destroy Al-Aqsa, as he believes the Arc of the Covenant as well as Moses’ ten commandments tablets sit directly underneath its ground, buried deep within, the precious relics of prophetic times; Israel crusaders are on a mission.
Rabbi Shlomo Goren, the former chief rabbi of Israel actually confirmed in an interview that all Israel religious leaders vied toward such a goal.

…Al-Quds remain a sacred symbol within our consciousness, a physical link to our faith, a place which has yet to witness a great deal of tribulations and see fulfilled many prophecies, one of which the return of [Imam] Mahdi, Islam’s most awaited Imam and true leader of faith.

The city of all cities, all faiths understand that all will end in al-Quds.

And while settlers systematically attack and desecrate al-Quds, under the watchful eye and protection of the Israeli army, Muslims across the world are much too pre-occupied with economic issues, their minds clouded by the ever present specter of war to realize what crimes are taking place.

As per noted by Awad Al-Rujoob, a reporter based in East al-Quds (Jerusalem), “Settlers have now become accustomed to storming the mosque regularly, usually touring around the yards starting from the Mughrabi Gate and then going to al-Marwani Mosque, Rahma Gate, al-Asbat Gate and King Faisal Gate until the al-qtanin Gate, exiting from al-Selselah Gate.”

This week Zionists climbed over the Dome of the Rock, a move slammed by the Islamic-Christian Committee to support East al-Quds (Jerusalem) and its holy sites. The organization wrote in a condemning press statement, “The incident represents a flagrant violation against places of worship.”

While none of the criminals were ever challenged by the police or the army for that matter, three Muslim worshippers were apprehended within the ground of al-Aqsa sanctuary and taken into custody.

Israel’s plan is two-fold: one, to provoke sectarian strife and tensions within the Muslim community as to generate a situation whereby Zionists will be able to justify an aggressive crackdown, and two, to discourage Muslim worshippers from performing their daily prayers in al-Aqsa to better negate Islam’s claim on the site.

Angered by Israel’s sacrilege, the Mufti of East al-Quds (Jerusalem) and the [occupied] Palestinian Territories Sheikh Muhammad Hussein stressed in an address to the press in November 2013 that al-Aqsa is an Islamic mosque [and is] for Muslims only, and no one will share it with them. He described the occupation’s and radicals’ intrusion into the Mosque as aggression. Outraged he warned, “Enough playing with fire, if they want peace.”

But indeed they do not.

With Zionists arguing al-Aqsa should be split into two sections – division is a tactic most favored by the Zionist history books…– Islamic dignitaries in East al-Quds (Jerusalem) have rose in utter disbelief, calling on all Muslims to rise up in protest and stand in solidarity with Palestine.

Chairman of the Islamic Waqf Council Sheikh Abdul Azim Salhab emphasized in an outcry to the world, “al-Aqsa and its surroundings, around it and beneath it, belong to Muslims exclusively,….We, in the Islamic Waqf Department, together with masses of our people who can get to al-Aqsa, stand before this racist attack, raising our voices and calling out as loudly as we can that al-Aqsa is in danger, and the great Arab and Muslim Ummah  must relate to these dangers… We must unify efforts in order to save the blessed Mosque.”

But above Palestine’s cries, the thunderous voice of Israel’s propaganda machine covers all, obliterating with its net of lies the voices of the innocent, implacably plotting the destruction of al-Aqsa, both in the public’ subconscious and on the ground.

Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon, yet another New World Order war-monger participated in the development, production and distribution of a propaganda film which promotes the destruction of al-Aqsa Mosque ahead of the construction of the Third Temple.

The film shows the gradual wearing away of the Dome of the Rock and the appearance of the alleged Temple of Solomon in place of the dome.

Too explicit as to the nature of Israel’s real policy and much too controversial to be viewed by the greater public, the original version of the film was banned by Israel Foreign Ministry.

“The danger has approached and time is precious.”  – Islamic Movement in Palestine, Zahi Njedat –

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  1. azwan January 24, 2014 at 3:26 am - Reply

    Stop bothering the Palestinians already. They and the rest of the world have grown tired of your endless shenanigans. Go back to Khazar or whatever the hell it is they call it nowadays, shut the hell up and leave us all in peace!.

  2. Aziz January 23, 2014 at 6:24 pm - Reply

    Muslimin all over the world have been waiting & preparing for a long time for the fulfillment of this prophecy. As The Martyred Sheikh Ahmed Yassin used to say, ” The only way for peace is through war”…so, bring it on!!!

  3. Rowan Smith January 22, 2014 at 1:56 pm - Reply

    Considering it’s Israel’s land they have every right to attack and take it back. Islam is the antiChrist of Daniels prophecies

    • 5 War Veteran January 22, 2014 at 11:48 pm - Reply

      Things the Creator gave us.

      Free will
      survival instinct
      birth right
      To say Israel “owns the land” would be to say “Atlantean’s own the Earth”

      Israel stole back the land through political means, not by war. It is acceptable that you have your religious views but they must be coached with fact and reality. Do not forget that the government of the United states has been taken over bu political intrigue and Zionist deception. Do not claim that America belongs to Israel.

      Who lived in the USA before what we call Native Americans, the Aztecs. Telling those people to “Go Home!” is idiotic because they lived in the 4 corners region of Utah long before any of us did.

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      The history of Palestine is the study of the past in the region of Palestine, the geographic region in Western Asia between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River, and various adjoining lands. Situated at a strategic location between Egypt, Syria and Arabia, and the birthplace of major Abrahamic religions[1] the region has a long and tumultuous history as a crossroads for religion, culture, commerce, and politics. Palestine has been controlled by numerous different peoples, including the Ancient Egyptians, Canaanites, Philistines, Tjekker, Ancient Israelites, Assyrians, Babylonians, Persians, Ancient Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, the Muslims, the Crusaders, Ayyubids, Mameluks, Ottomans, the British, The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan (1948–1967, on the “West Bank”) and Egyptian Republic (in Gaza), and modern Israelis and Palestinians. Other terms for the same area include Canaan, Zion, the Land of Israel, Southern Syria, Jund Filastin, Outremer, the Holy Land and the Southern Levant.

      The region was among the earliest in the world to see human habitation, agricultural communities and civilization. During the Bronze Age, independent Canaanite city-states were established, and were influenced by the surrounding civilizations of ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, Phoenicia, Minoan Crete, and Syria. During 1550–1400 BCE, the Canaanite cities became vassals to the Egyptian New Kingdom who held power until the 1178 BCE Battle of Djahy (Canaan) during the wider Bronze Age collapse. Modern archaeologists dispute parts of the Biblical tradition, the latest thinking being that the Israelites emerged from a dramatic social transformation that took place in the people of the central hill country of Canaan around 1200 BCE, with no signs of violent invasion or even of peaceful infiltration of a clearly defined ethnic group from elsewhere.[2] The Philistines arrived and mingled with the local population, and according to Biblical tradition, the United Kingdom of Israel was established in 1020 BCE and split within a century to form the northern Kingdom of Israel, and the southern Kingdom of Judah. The region became part of the Neo-Assyrian Empire from c. 740 BCE, which was itself replaced by the Neo-Babylonian Empire in c. 627 BCE. A war with Egypt culminated in 586 BCE when Jerusalem was destroyed by the Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar II and the local leaders were deported to Babylonia, only to be allowed to return under the Achaemenid Empire.

      In the 330s BCE, Alexander the Great conquered Palestine, and the region changed hands numerous times during the wars of the Diadochi, ultimately joining the Seleucid Empire between 219–200 BCE. In 116 BCE, a Seleucid civil war resulted in the independence of certain regions including the minor Hasmonean principality in the Judean Mountains. From 110 BCE, the Hasmoneans extended their authority over much of Palestine, creating a Judean–Samaritan–Idumaean–Ituraean–Galilean alliance.[3] The Judean (Jewish, see Ioudaioi) control over the wider region resulted in it also becoming known as Judaea, a term that had previously only referred to the smaller region of the Judean Mountains. During 73–63 BCE, the Roman Republic extended its influence into the region in the Third Mithridatic War, conquering Judea in 63 BCE, and splitting the former Hasmonean Kingdom into five districts. In 70 CE, Titus sacked Jerusalem, resulting in the dispersal of the city’s Jews and Christians to Yavne and Pella. In 132 CE, Hadrian joined the province of Iudaea with Galilee to form the new province of Syria Palaestina, and Jerusalem was renamed “Aelia Capitolina”. During 259–272, the region fell under the rule of Odaenathus as King of the Palmyrene Empire. Following the victory of Christian emperor Constantine in the Civil Wars of the Tetrarchy (306–324), the Christianization of the Roman Empire began, and in 326, Constantine’s mother Saint Helena visited Jerusalem and began the construction of churches and shrines. Palestine became a center of Christianity, attracting numerous monks and religious scholars. The Samaritan Revolts during this period caused their near extinction.

      Palestine was conquered by the Islamic Empire following the 636 CE Battle of Yarmouk during the Muslim conquest of Syria. In 661 CE, with the assassination of Ali, Muawiyah I became the uncontested Caliph of the Islamic World after being crowned in Jerusalem. In 691, the Dome of the Rock became the world’s first great work of Islamic architecture. The Umayyad were replaced by the Abbasids in 750. From 878 Palestine was ruled from Egypt by semi-autonomous rulers for almost a century, beginning with Ahmad ibn Tulun, and ending with the Ikhshidid rulers who were both buried in Jerusalem. The Fatimids conquered the region in 969. In 1073 Palestine was captured by the Great Seljuq Empire, only to be recaptured by the Fatimids in 1098, who then lost the region to the Crusaders in 1099. Their control of Jerusalem and most of Palestine lasted almost a century until defeat by Saladin’s forces in 1187, after which most of Palestine was controlled by the Ayyubids. A rump Crusader state in the northern coastal cities survived for another century, but, despite seven further Crusades, the Crusaders were no longer a significant power in the region. The Mamluk Sultanate was indirectly created in Egypt as a result of the Seventh Crusade. The Mongol Empire reached Palestine for the first time in 1260, beginning with the Mongol raids into Palestine under Nestorian Christian general Kitbuqa and reaching an apex at the pivotal Battle of Ain Jalut. In 1486, hostilities broke out between the Mamluks and the Ottoman Turks in a battle for control over western Asia and the Ottomans captured Palestine in 1516.

      In 1832 the region was conquered by Muhammad Ali’s Egypt, but in 1840 Britain intervened and returned control of the Levant to the Ottomans in return for further capitulations.[citation needed] The turbulent period of Egyptian rule experienced two major revolts (the 1834 Arab Peasants revolt and 1838 Druze revolt) and a significant demographic change in coastal areas, populated by Egyptian Arab peasants and former soldiers of Ali. The end of the 19th century saw the beginning of Zionist immigration and the revival of the Hebrew language. Jewish immigration throughout the century boosted relatively large Jewish concentrations in Jerusalem, Safed, Tiberias and Jaffa.[4] The British government issued the pro-Zionist Balfour Declaration of 1917 during World War I.

      The British captured Jerusalem a month later, and were formally awarded a mandate in 1922. Following a period of intercommunal violence, the Arab Palestinians revolted 1936, but were efficiently subdued by the British. In 1947, following World War II and the Holocaust, the British Government announced their desire to terminate the Mandate, and the United Nations General Assembly voted to partition the territory. The Arabs rejected the UN partition plan, and a civil war began immediately, with the State of Israel declared independent in May 1948. The 700,000 Palestinians who fled or were driven from their homes were unable to return following the Lausanne Conference, 1949.[citation needed] During and after the 1948 war, a wave of Jewish refugees from Arab countries arrived, further complicating the demographic situation.

      In the 1948 Arab–Israeli War, Israel captured and incorporated more Mandate territory than suggested in the 1947 Partition Plan; Jordan captured the region today known as the West Bank, while at the Gaza Strip the All-Palestine Government was announced in September 1948. Consequently, it was however relocated to Cairo and eventually dissolved in 1959 by Egyptian President Nasser, officially making Gaza under Egyptian military administration.

      In the course of the Six Day War in June 1967, Israel captured the rest of former Mandate Palestine from Jordan and Egypt, and began a policy of Israeli settlements. From 1987 to 1993, the First Palestinian Intifada against Israel took place, ending with the 1993 Oslo Peace Accords. In 2000, the Second or Al-Aqsa Intifada began, and Israel built a barrier. Following Israel’s unilateral disengagement plan of 2004, it withdrew all settlers and most of its military presence from the Gaza strip, but maintained control of the air space and coast.

      On November 2012, the State of Palestine was upgraded in the UN to non-member observer state status.

      Political maneuvering is not conquest it is theft. Genocide of Palestinians in a non-war of attrition is not conquest it is terrorism.

      If you knew anything about the Khazarians you would know that they are not the original Hebrews.

      Saying it is “Israel’s lands” is laughable regarding real history.

      Consider IS RA EL = ISis + RA + EL three Gods not one in a single name. They still do not believe in a singular god but that is what they tell you. Study Israeli deities (plural).

  4. Gracie January 21, 2014 at 12:30 pm - Reply

    Nancy and spartacus are keyboard warriors.

    • 5 War Veteran January 21, 2014 at 9:58 pm - Reply


      I am guessing that means all talk and not ready for action?

  5. 5 War Veteran January 21, 2014 at 8:11 am - Reply

    Not that I care about Islam but Zionists are the original side of the coin.

  6. spartacus! January 21, 2014 at 4:52 am - Reply

    the only good muslim is a dead one ! , extermiate them all !

  7. Nancy Stein January 21, 2014 at 1:40 am - Reply

    Islam is NOT the peaceful religion it has been made out to be. It was conceived in the pit of hell. It creates nothing but violence, hatred and stife.

  8. watchman48 January 20, 2014 at 10:36 pm - Reply

    Any religion that demands that its’ followers must kill nonbelievers is not holy nor is any thing that they call holy within their religion….
    There is only but One Who is holy, that being the God of all Creation Who is seen as God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. Those that turn away from their false gods, repent of their sins and call upon God the Father through Christ Jesus’ name can be forgiven.

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