This is a quotation from Mahmoud Abbas:
"[Israel's] evil and dangerous plot to destroy Al-Aqsa [Mosque] and build the alleged Temple"
Some of the details:
Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas continues to promote the PA libel that Israel is scheming and acting to destroy the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem... -
_________________Abbas: "All these [Israeli] actions indicate an evil and dangerous plot to destroy Al-Aqsa [Mosque] and build the alleged Temple. Unfortunately, these dangers, which are clear for everyone to see, have yet to receive proper Arab, Islamic and international responses."
Abbas' reference to the "alleged Temple" is part of the language the PA routinely uses to deny Israel's history in Jerusalem...taking Jerusalem away from Israel is a religious Islamic obligation of the highest level, a "fard ayn" - a personal Islamic commandment incumbent on every Muslim:
Abbas: "I say to the leaders of our Arab nation and to its peoples: Jerusalem and its environs are a trust that Allah entrusted to us. Saving it [Jerusalem] from the settlement monster and the danger of Judaization and confiscation is a personal [Islamic] commandment [Arabic: fard ayn] incumbent on all of us. Therefore, I call all of you to serious and urgent action to save [Jerusalem] and to make available all possibilities in order to strengthen our resolve and to maintain its historical, cultural and religious character."
[Al-Jazeera TV, March 27, 2010]
Contrary to conventional wisdom, the obstacle to peace in the Middle East isn’t Netanyahu or Israeli settlements. It’s the hate and intransigence that drives the Palestinian political culture that makes it impossible for Abbas to ever sign a deal.
The disease spreads (thanks EOZ):
The "Al-Aqsa Heritage Religious Trust Foundation" rejected late Thursday, 06.27.2013, the words of an expert in what is called "the Israel Antiquities Authority" regards archaeological findings such as stones and jewelry and seals in the area of the Al Aqsa Mosque, and claimed that the Hebrew dating was falsely attributed to the period of the First and Second Temple. He warned the institution that these lies and myths are a figment of the imagination, while confirming that international archaeologists and even Israelis confirmed through vigorous, scientific and objective research and exploration the lack of information or any effects that would point to a structure of either 'first' or 'second' in the region of Al-Aqsa Mosque and its surroundings, nor in the city of Jerusalem, stressing that the Arabs Canaanites were the first residents and built Jerusalem, and Her Highness Jebus and Amrha [?] inhabited without interruption over thousands of years, while she lived Jerusalem Islamic period over four centuries...