Wednesday, February 28, 2007

NO for the apartheid

If you are against the apartheid , then you must go to Israel and stop them from continue building the separation barrier. Be careful you may face what those people of the village of Umm Salamunah, near the West bank city of Bethlehem.
Palestinians have condemned the barrier, which carves a 650 km (400-mile) route through the West Bank, as an attempt to grab their land and undermine the viability of a promised future state. The International Court of Justice issued a non-binding ruling in July 2004 that parts of the barrier were illegal and should be torn down.

Naturei Karta are TRUE Jewish

The Arabic sign says " The Zionists do not represent the Jewish people"


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Monday, February 19, 2007

Wednesday, February 7, 2007

Al-Aqsa Mosque is CRYING

Al-Aqsa Mpsque has a high place in the Islamic world. Near it where the Prophet Mohamed peace be upon him left the "animal" on which he came from Makkah in Saudi Arabia to Juraslim before he went to meet God in the sky.
It is not the first time they attack this mosque, back in 1969 an extremist Jewish called Michael Dennis Rohan tried to burned the mosque.
This mosque has been under continuous aggression since the first Jewish immigrate to Palestine.
Yesterday, they attacked its sanctity again by removing two rooms and a bridge which lead to the mosques from the neighbor area, the Moroccan quarter. The seriousness of this step is that there are many tunnels drilled by the Israil's under the mosque it self. Now by removing those two rooms and the soil on which those rooms were built on , this may the mosque to collapse even by a gentile earthquake.

Tuesday, February 6, 2007

Israel restricts access to al-Aqsa

Israeli police and army forces deployed on Sunday around al-Aqsa mosque's compound in occupied Jerusalem in an attempt to prevent wide access to the site.

Security forces manned barricades and checked Palestinians' identification, allowing only men over 45 years of age and women near the site.
The Israeli government recently set a date to start demolishing a hill near al-Maghariba gate, one of al-Aqsa's entrances, to build a road for Jewish settlers.
A demonstration was planned for Sunday in the mosque yard after calls by Taysir al-Tamimi, Palestinian chief judge, to protect it from Israeli development plans.

He said: "I have appealed to all Palestinians to head on Sunday towards the holy Al-Aqsa mosque to hinder the Israeli order to demolish parts of the western fence of the holy al-Aqsa mosque."


"Israel is now carrying out wide excavations under the mosque and is building a synagogue in front of the Dome of the Rock," al-Tamimi said, adding the mosque was seriously threatened and could collapse.

Israel occupied and annexed the compound containing the holy sites after the 1967 Arab-Israeli war.

The annexation of the compound is not recognised by international law. The al-Aqsa and Dome of the Rock mosques sit above the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest site.

The al-Aqsa mosque is Islam's third holiest shrine.

The area is referred to by Muslims as al-Haram al-Sharif and by Jews as the Temple Mount.

Al-Tamimi said appeals had been made to Islamic and Arab states, the OIC, the Jerusalem Committee and the Arab League to intervene, but to no effect.

"Unfortunately, none [of these nations or bodies] has done anything as it seems that Jerusalem, al-Aqsa mosque and Palestine are not on their agendas."

For his part, Khaled Meshaal, the political bureau chief of Hamas, on Sunday condemned excavations by Israeli archaeologists near Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque, as Israeli security restricted access to the site.

"Israel knows what its violation of the holy Aqsa will bring. It is playing with fire," Khaled Meshaal said on Sunday at a news conference in Syria, where he lives in exile.


Meshaal warned that further Israeli threats to the integrity of the mosque would be considered inflammatory. He said: "Sharon's desecration of the Aqsa sparked the 2000 uprising.

The Israeli leadership must learn from this lesson. We have confidence in our people, its masses, all of its groups and military wings.

"We are facing a dangerous action.

Jerusalem's Muslim and Christian holy sites are dear to all Palestinians. Israel is trying to take advantage of the Palestinian internal conflict to commit its crimes."

A visit to al-Aqsa mosque compound in September 2000 by Ariel Sharon, then Israel's opposition leader, led to the second Palestinian intifada.

AlJazeera English