As we all know, Jews have their civil, human, religious and cultural rights severely restricted by the state of Israel, with the full backing of every liberal and progressive group imaginable.  The reason this policy was instituted in mid-June 1967 was explained by Moshe Dayan as “who needs the conflict to become a religious war?”.

The vision that is used to scare us all is that any expression of a Jewish right is to be viewed through an Islamic prism solely with the result that they declare we seek to destroy the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound.  Thus, Jews also “storm”, “intrude” and “desecrate”.

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As recorded by Palestine Media Watch, PA Minister of Religious Affairs Sheikh Yusuf Ida'is announced:



“All that Israel wants is to Judaize the Holy City, take over the Al-Aqsa Mosque, destroy it and build the alleged Temple. Under Jerusalem there is a city of tunnels belonging to Israel. Yesterday, I was told that Israel has an underground market beneath the Jaffa Gate, which draws many [Palestinian] residents who shop there.”

There is more at the Fatah Facebook photos page.

And you have anti-Zionists who proclaim
 


Rightwing Jews who want to destroy Muslim holy site in Jerusalem raise funds on Indiegogo

On that matter of Jews destroying a mosque, for the life of me I cannot find any sympathy.  Not that I want to destroy Al-Aqsa as that is God’s prerogative, not mine. But exactly who is indeed destroying mosques and is there an outcry in response?

National Geographic noticed that in Mosul


The Islamic State is demolishing tombs, statues, mosques, and shrines of importance to Christians, Muslims, and Jews

Here is a list of mosques destroyed by Muslims in Saudi Arabia.

ISIS may be targeting Mecca.

Even in Indonesia Muslims are destroying mosques.

So what if we Jews are falsely portrayed as engaging in contemporary normative Islamic practice?

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