Friday, March 23, 2018

Now, We're "Strangling"

Straight from the March 22 edition of News From Ramallah (and at Wafa here, but less the 'strangling' or 'choking' or 'suffocated'= يخنق ):
The Council of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs in the occupied city of Jerusalem warned of the preparations being made by the Israeli occupation authorities [note: the event has nothing to do with "officila Israel"]  to hold the festival "Training the Passover Sacrifices" with the participation of senior rabbis of the temple and singers and TV channels in the Umayyad palaces adjacent to Al-Aqsa Mosque on its southern side.

The festival, announced by the Temple Mount organization, will be held on on Monday, while preparations will begin on Sunday.

The Council noted in a statement that the occupation, for half a century, has strangled the Al-Aqsa Mosque with Judaic projects [wow], claiming to be urban and cultural projects, exploiting the Jewish holiday season, excavations and daily incursions. To the Talmudic gardens and temples of the temple, and today seeks to this dangerous festival.

It stressed that "the Umayyad palaces and all that surrounds Al-Aqsa Mosque is an integral part of the Islamic Waqf, which is a pure right of Muslims, and no one has the right to attack or change its function."

The statement said that "this act of intimidation is a violation of the sanctity of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, a step of the Judaization will not be silent on them, which is rejected and denied, because silence on them will give extremist groups the green light to crawl inside the Al-Aqsa Mosque."

He warned the Awqaf Council to take such a step, which provoked the feelings of Muslims, and may lead to things that do not praise the punishment [? terror?]

By the way, since September, over 12,000 Jews who observed strict purity restrictions ascended to the Temple Mount.  Among them a group of 50 Rabbis.

Here's the poster for the exercise of the Paschal Sacrifice:

Monday, March 26, near Davidson Center, starting at five-thirty o'clock and preceded by an ascent at 1:30,  walk around the compound on the outside passing the gates at 3:00 and at 4:30 tours at the Davidson Center.


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