Monday, May 11, 2015

Are Biblical Prayers Permissible?

And now, Qurei is condemning the "storming of Al-Aqsa" and the "performance of Talmudic prayers"

If we perform Biblical prayers, is that okay?

But, of course, using the term "Talmudic" is anti-Semitic.

Member of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization Chairman Affairs Department Jerusalem Ahmed Qurei warned of the risks and repercussions of the storming by a radical settler groups to the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque through the Mughrabi Gate, heavily protected and enhanced by special units of the Israeli occupation police, who do many tours and violations.

He stressed the seriousness of the attempt settler extremist perform Talmudic prayers  on the cusp of the series door inside the Al-Aqsa Mosque in a provocative step to the feelings of Muslim worshipers, describing it extremism and blunt aggression on Al-Aqsa and the holy sites in Jerusalem, with the aim of desecration, and the imposition of policy the status quo and make a normal intrusion process, all the way to give these extremists an opportunity to establish prayer in Al-Aqsa Mosque.

...He held the Israeli government fully responsible, what is going on in the city of Jerusalem from the daily violations of continuous incursions consecutive Al-Aqsa Mosque and to provide support and protection to the settlers and extremists by the extreme Israeli right-wing government to carry out incursions

And he formulated with Shimon Peres the Oslo Accords as a 'moderate'.

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