Al Aqsa Center says that Israel will create a Jewish section of Al Aqsa, similar to Hevron’s Cave of Patriarchs.
By Gil Ronen
First Publish: 2/21/2012, 9:28 AM
The Al Aqsa Center has released a statement saying that it has received information that Israel plans to divide up the Temple Mount into separate Jewish and Muslim sections, in the same way that the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hevron is divided.
According to the statement, as reported by the Elder of Zion blog, Jews would then be able to perform “Talmudic rituals” (i.e., pray) in the sacred site.
The Al Aqsa report goes on to say that Israeli police plan to use the new arrangement to cleanse the Temple Mount of Muslims under flimsy pretexts.
According to another plan “revealed” by the Al Aqsa Center, Jews will freely enter the mosque between 8 a.m. and 11 a.m., between Muslim prayer times. These alleged plans will be implemented this year.
Dozens of Arab stoned Christian tourists and police on the Temple Mount Sunday morning, a day after a former Muslim Mufti warned of a possible “break-in” by Jews.
Elder of Zion notes, “There is only one reason why these rumors are started — to keep Jews off of the holiest site in Judaism. They want to stir up riots because, according to these defenders of Islam, it is better than no one go to the Temple Mount than to allow Jewish ‘filth’ from ‘desecrating’ it.
“These incitements have worked in the past, so the Al Aqsa defenders will keep churning out the lies that Arab Muslims are more than happy to believe, fed by hateful terrorist-supporting media like Palestine Today.”
Jews who ascend to the Temple Mount today are not even allowed to pray at this holiest site for Judaism, as it is considered an incendiary action that can provoke Muslim rioting.