Israeli legislature debating sovereignty over the ground of the first temple

This is a tiny tiny piece of land which very likely cause a massive war if any kind of rational or fair or non-racist solution is decided upon. In other words, if the Jews decide that all people including Jews get to use this space for religious purposes and not exclusively Muslims, who demand sole right to this land as an act of Islamic supremacy, then there will be hell to pay.

Link here

Please correct me if I am incorrect in the comments or add any links and details available. This is one of those moments that could be like the shooting of the Arch Duke in 1914

Excerpt below:

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As requested by Knesset Member Moshe Feiglin, the Knesset is holding a debate on the Jerusalem Islamic Waqf’s sovereignty in the Temple Mount and the limitations imposed on non-Muslims who seek to enter the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound

On Monday, long discussions were held by the coalition in order to draft an outline for the sensitive issue, eventually agreeing on “the transfer of sovereignty on the Temple Mount de facto to Jordanian sovereignty.”

In order to exert pressure and bring the subject up to public discourse more than 100 Center Likud movement members signed a letter addressed to MKs in which they call upon them to take part in the deliberation on the subject.

MK Ahmad Tibi explained that the Arab MKs decided to ban the “pyromaniac meeting on the sovereignty of Al-Aqsa.”

H/T CB Sashenka

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9 Replies to “Israeli legislature debating sovereignty over the ground of the first temple”

  1. “…then there will be hell to pay….”

    Let me make a short and sweeping statement: There will be hell to pay everywhere where the galloping islamist invasion is not stopped.

    http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/177842#.Uw0D9HlbTwK

    PS: @ yuki and Richard: I have not missed nor am I ignoring your comments in the other thread on this subject, I appreciate them, but atm I am only at the laptop for very short moments and intermittently. Give me a couple of months.

  2. Ok Rita we will wait.

    In my opinion there will be hell to pay no matter what the decision is, better to go out fighting like someone with balls then to be slaughtered like a sheep.

  3. and more of the same (In French) from Syria
    http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1csu4w_mgr-hindo-archeveque-de-hassake-nisibi-syrie_news
    from

    3 mins onwards. He’s talking about the position of Christians since the start of the war and the arrival of foreign fighters. He is saying that Kerry and Al don’t want to find themselves in the position that he is in

    Here is a rough translation
    02:50 When I compare to what I awaits me in with these people (Islamists) to what I have today, I am treated fairly. I wouldn’t like to put Fabius( the French foreign minister) in my position when “these people” will come and take over the country.

    I would not like to see Fabius or Kerry nor the others. But they are not ‘supposed’ to understand that they are never there and they don’t give a shit (a bit). Sorry for my language but they don’t give a shit about the others, about Syrians.

    Ils se foutent! (talking about the foreign powers meddling in the region).

  4. I have to agree with Rita in #1.

    Sooner or later we have to face up to a war against islam. islam will never start a full blown war against the West, they will keep on with the low incentive war they already have started. It suite them well and they are in no hurry.

  5. Afghan suicide bomb ‘kills nine’ in Uruzgan province (BBC, Feb 25, 2014)
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-26343572
    “A suicide bomb attack on a hotel in the southern Afghan province of Uruzgan has killed nine people, officials say. At least 37 people were injured in the blast, they say. All the casualties are believed to be Afghan nationals. The police chief of Uruzgan province told the BBC that the explosion took place early on Tuesday evening at the popular hotel. He warned that several people were seriously hurt and that the number of people killed could go up. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack in Tarin Kowt, although the Taliban will be the main suspects. Provincial police chief Matiullah Khan said that the bomber entered the premises then blew himself up moments later…”

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