Monday, August 06, 2012

A Tree Fell in Jerusalem

A translation of this article (k/t=EOZ):-

Information center Jerusalem - Al-Aqsa Foundation Building - On Sunday evening a palm tree, one of the fruitful and historic trees of al-Aqsa mosque, located off the Gate of Mercy, next to Bey, from the western side of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, fell down.

Local sources suggested to be caused by the collapse of the tree as others in recent times is the ongoing excavations conducted by the occupation authorities under the Al Aqsa Mosque and unloading of dirt...The organization suggested that the excavations carried out by occupying the bottom of the al-Aqsa mosque, is the cause of this precipitation of trees, and can also be due to chemical poisoning sprinkle some elements of the settlers who break into Al-Aqsa.The Aqsa Foundation, said in a statement tonight that it had been monitoring cases of loss of several trees in the Al-Aqsa Mosque or stiffness in their branches or roots, especially in the line that extends from the terrace Abu Bakr, and even the door of the Council, any line west of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, is well known that there are fossils occupying power down the length of the western wall of Al-Aqsa Mosque.A number of cases of cracks and the collapse of the floor of the Al Aqsa Mosque (near to Bey) and the other in the buildings or the houses of Jerusalem, which lies within the boundaries of the western wall of Al-Aqsa Mosque, were observed, pointing out that it was in 1982 AD reveal fossils Zionism arrived at the well of water close to the way Bey , and the time slot was closed with cement the well armed.A statement by the Al-Aqsa Foundation: in more than once been monitoring cases carried out by the settlers or settlement of unknown substances sprayed on the roots of trees or Agadan al-Aqsa mosque, and was directed by these settlers immediately outside the Al Aqsa Mosque.The statement pointed out that the occupation has placed more than a surveillance camera and filming on the roof of the western wall of Al-Aqsa Mosque, the trees may pose a barrier to portray these cameras.The Al-Aqsa Foundation concluded its statement by saying that "All this evidence suggests that occupation is the cause of such cases, and it remains the need to make up for the Muslim Arab Palestinian engineers and agricultural engineers are competent to examine such cases, professional, scientific, and graduated its conclusions.

Such ridiculousness.

This is Palestinian culture.



1 comment:

Juniper in the Desert said...

As far as I can see, it is a sign that that islamic domed garbage is on its way out. First the trees die, then the stones start to crumble...