al-Aqsa, Dome of the Rock: False Palestinian Imprimatur

February 6, 2012, 6:12 pm
  


 



When the Spanish conquered the Aztecs, they promptly demolished the Aztec capital (Tenochtitlan) and built a cathedral on top of the natives’ great and most important twin temples — the city center. Did the desecration/destruction of Tenochtitlan and slaughter of the Aztec people legitimize the Spanish conquest of the great Valley of Mexico? Of course not. The Spanish were greedy, murderous thugs. Similarly, Arabs invaded and destroyed Jerusalem in 691 A.D. and built their al-Aqsa mosque on top of the indigenous Jews’ most holy place. So yippee for the Arabs?

As if there wasn’t enough evidence proving that Jews lived in the Holy Land long before Arab conquerors arrived in the late 7th century … Evidence like the first Jewish temple (ca. 950 B.C.) and the second Jewish temple (ca. 535 B.C.), or the Biblical passages in John 1:49, Book of 1 Samuel, 13:19, Exodus 2:23, or 1 Chronicles 29:23. Archaeologists found the oldest Hebrew text in Israel, “3,000 years ago, predating the Dead Sea Scrolls by 1,000 years.” That’s just 2300 years before the Arab/Muslims showed up.

So now we find that Muslim Arabs point their fannies at the “sacred(?)” al-Aqsa Mosque during their daily prayers. That’s a strange way for showing reverence for the “third most important” Muslim shrine. It’s plain silly. Watch for yourself:



Related: Arab/Muslim World, History, Islam, Israel, Judaism, Palestinians, Political Correctness


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