Wednesday, May 15, 2013

We're Now "Ferocious"

There is "judaising".

There is "storming".

And there is no end, it appears, to the Arab ability to foam at the mouth in reaction to anything Jewish or Zionist.

Here, from the Al Qassam website 
Ezzet Al-Resheq, political bureau member of Hamas movement, has lashed out at Zionist fanatic groups that called for storming the Aqsa mosque on Thursday. 

Resheq said on his Facebook page on Tuesday that the call was part of ferocious attempts to Judaize the Aqsa mosque and holy shrines.  The Hamas leader urged the Palestinian masses to head to the Aqsa mosque and to repel those groups.

He also asked the Arab and Islamic countries to assume their responsibilities in defending the Aqsa.

Zionist groups calling themselves the coalition for the temple had called for massive storming of the Aqsa mosque and for organizing festivals in it to commemorate the day when the Torah was revealed to Moses.

There was this, too:

Islamic Jerusalem Conference called on Monday on a press release the UN Security Council and the Secretary General of the United Nations to stop Israeli settlers and Jewish extremists ' desecrating of Al- Aqsa Mosque.  "Any attack against Al-Aqsa Mosque or violation of its sacredness  will have grave impacts on the regional and international arena," Izzat Jaradat,  Secretary General of  the Islamic Jerusalem Conference, stated.

Some of the 100 Jews who entered the Temple Mount compound today, the Shavuot holiday, what is termed "repeated Jewish incursions into Aqsa courtyards by settlers and extremist Jewish groups".

And this report:

Clashes at Al-Aqsa mosque compound
JERUSALEM (Ma'an) -- Clashes broke out on Wednesday around the Al-Aqsa mosque compound as Israeli rightists tried to enter the holy site.

Dozens of Israeli right-wingers raided the compound through the Moroccan gate, and clashes broke out at the Bab al-Hutta gate as Israeli forces escorted rightists into the mosque area.

Witnesses told Ma'an that 17 Israelis tried to enter the compound area via Chain Gate, before local Palestinians obstructed them. A group of Israeli rightists and Palestinians began pushing each other, before Israeli forces intervened to protect the Israelis, witnesses said.

An Israeli organization called Temple Mount Organizations published invitations on their Facebook page encouraging Israelis to enter the Al-Aqsa compound for the religious holiday of Shavuot.


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