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Per non dimenticare: 47 anni fa l'incendio di al-Aqsa

Il 21 agosto del 1969 un turista estremista ebreo, Michael Denis, appiccò il fuoco nella moschea al-Aqsa, a Gerusalemme, calpestando tutte le leggi e i principi internazionali e umanitari. 72 more words

Da gennaio, quasi 9000 Israeliani hanno invaso il complesso di al-Aqsa

Gerusalemme-Quds Press. Da gennaio di quest’anno, 8.960 Israeliani, per lo più coloni, attivisti e membri di istituzioni del cosiddetto Tempio di Salomone, hanno invaso il complesso di al-Aqsa. 48 more words

Israel Planning Third Temple on Al-Aqsa Mosque Site?

It’s hard imagining Israel going this far, but who knows, given its longstanding persecution of Occupied Palestinians and its own Arab citizens – 20% of its population unwanted, treated like fifth column threats. 208 more words

Middle East

Thoughts for Tisha B'Av afternoon - The Muslims were not interested in Israel or Jerusalem until the Jews arrived

Since it is still Tisha B’Av and we are commemorating not only the destruction of the Temple and Jerusalem, but also the continued exile and our despair at the ceaseless delegitimization campaign against Israel, I thought it timely to understand the real history of our country so that we can debunk and refute the lies and slanders about the Jews “stealing” “historical Palestinian land”. 1,585 more words


A Look at Media and the Temple Mount

Virtually every week, if you follow Palestinian news organizations, there’s a story about how “extremist Jews” or “extremist settlers” are “storming” the Al Aqsa Mosque compound, known to Jews as the Temple Mount. 699 more words


Did the Templars find anything under the Temple of Solomon?

The nine knights who founded the Knights Templar petitioned the Patriarch of Jerusalem in 1119 to establish their headquarters in what had been the Al Aqsa mosque – before the crusaders seized the city in 1099, putting an end to four hundred years of Muslim rule. 470 more words