This is shocking, just shocking. A senior Pali Mufti speaks honestly about the final Pali Arab strategy for the Har-Habayit, Temple Mount—if Jerusalem is divided.
Guess what the plan is?
1. Freedom of worship for Jews.
2. No Klingons permitted in Pali Jerusalem.
3. The Temple Mount will be Judenrein.
If you answered #1, you need to cut back on your meds—drastically.
If you answered #2, you really should move out of your parent’s basement.
If you answered #3, mazal tov, you are an incredibly sophisticated analyst of Middle Eastern affairs.
Of course, the arch left will dismiss Sabri’s statements as irrelevant because he is no longer the official Mufti; the idea being, we imagine, that his opinions are grossly outside the normal boundaries of the dysfunctional Pali society; a culture that values death over life. Indeed, Pali society indoctrinates its youth into believing that the highest status one can achieve in life, is a blazing and bloody death, killing as many Jews as possible. Yes, such widespread values do qualify as a pathologically dysfunctional culture.
We have a sneaking suspicion that the current PA appointed Mufti and the oh-so-benevolent Pali Arabs will, I dunno, not be very tolerant of Jews and Judaism once they gain control of precious and holy Jerusalem real estate.
Hey, what can I tell you, it’s just a dark and and lurking suspicion. Gosh, what’s got into me? Where’s my faith in human nature, in the religion of peace?
Maybe it’s because I’m flashing on Arafat’s solemn promise to respect and protect Joseph’s tomb.
That worked out really well, didn’t it?
If Jerusalem is divided, and it’s eastern part made the capital of “Palestine”—world Jewry will be forever cut off from the hope it has held onto for 2000 years, and be once and for all prohibited from ascending the Temple Mount and even from praying at the Western Wall.
This warning was clearly sounded in an interview the former PLO-appointed mufti of Jerusalem gave to The Jerusalem Post this week, excerpts of which were published Thursday.
Ikrema Sabri emphatically told the Post that no Israelite temple had ever stood on the Temple Mount.
What’s more, the cleric insisted, the Western Wall – whose massive stones the entire world knows to have been laid by Herod the Great during the Roman occupation of the Land of Israel – had nothing to do with any temple either.
“The wall is not part of the Jewish temple. It is just the western wall of the mosque. There is not a single stone with any relation at all to the history of the Hebrews….
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