Wednesday, November 02, 2016

The UN Develops and Supports Jordanian Lies

This Arab-language news report informs us that there was a two-day "religious diversity" conference, which was launched in Amman, Jordan on Tuesday, organized by the United Nations Development Programme and the Centre for King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz for Global Dialogue (KAICIID) and attended by Muslim and Christian religious experts and media professionals from 25 Middle Eastern countries, and with the participation of more than 100 persons.

No Jews?

Jordan's Waqf Minister Wael Arabiyat said there that

"UNESCO's recent decision on Jerusalem and the Aqsa Mosque confirmed the right of Arabs and Muslims to the entire Sanctuary of 144 dunams."

He added that "this compound is not only just a mosque but that it has no relation historically to the 'holy city' of the Jews," and stressed "the right of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, in the exercise of its control and the protection of Al-Aqsa Mosque."

Jordan's Minister of the Waqf explained that the UNESCO decision "confirms that Jordan has many options in this aspect can be practiced what he can from the protection and guardianship of Jerusalem and Islamic holy sites."

Oddly enough, he also said this in complete contradiction:

pluralism is a universal norm and that humans cannot live alone. To survive, humans need material wealth, spiritual welfare and security...these factors are the basis for positive dialogue...the civil state has existed since the beginning of Islam, citing Medina as an example of accepting the different components of society regardless of religion, race or colour.



Spiritual welfare?

Positive dialogue?

Different components of society?

What BS. What lies.  And under the auspices of the United Nations.


1 comment:

Shlomo Goren said...

Weren't the Jews of Medina massacred by Mohammed when they rejected him?

But sure, it's an example of acceptance and tolerance, particularly Muslim tolerance...