"As a Muslim community, we need to visit the Al-Aqsa Mosque often, each day that Jerusalem is under occupation is an insult to us."
HRH Prince Ghazi bin Mohammed,
the King's Chief Adviser for Religious and Cultural Affairs and Persona Envoy, was at that international conference on Jerusalem Endowments held in Turkey.
He thanked the Turkish president for patronizing the gathering and supporting the steadfastness of Jerusalemites and holy shrines and reiterated the commitment of King Abdullah II, in his capacity as custodian of Jerusalem's Muslim and Christian holy sites [but not the Jewish ones], to continuing defending holy places on behalf of the Arab and Muslim nations.
He stated that the Al-Aqsa Mosque/Al-Haram al-Sharif remains a Muslim waqf and a place of worship for Muslims only, and it does not accept partnership, partition or negotiation in any way.
And he also obliquely related to me and my friends:
"But today, we are facing extremist movements in Israel. These movements are trying day and night to make gains in the Haram al-Sharif to make it a Jewish synagogue, as they did with the Ibrahimi Mosque...the long-term objective of these movements is the destruction of the Dome of the Rock to build the so-called Third Temple...They (extremist movements) are not ashamed to say it. These movements are somewhat restricted by Israel under constant pressure from Jordan and from His Majesty King Abdullah II."
Note the content of the Israel-Jordan Peace Treaty: