Always angry, Always agitating over truth. Always at war.
The Dome of Rock was a delapidated, broken down and decaying old relic up until the early 20th century. It was of no import and it was no longer used as a place of worship. When the calls for a Jewish state were reverberating thourought the world, the genocidal leader of the Muslim world in the 20th century and Hitler's partner, the Mufti of Jerusalem, realized that he had to create a territorial fiction in order to deny the Jewish people their holiest site.
It was the vicious Jew-hater, the Mufti Al Husseini, who undertook the gold plating of the dome and the making of improvements to the Al Aqsa mosque.
This served the purpose of enhancing the importance of Jerusalem in the Islamic world which, up until that point had been an insignificant religious backwater for Muslims. Photos of Jerusalem before this time show a relatively colorless and non-descript dome on top of the Temple Mount.The endless cycle of anger. Muslims outraged over the truth. Truth is the enemy. Light is the enemy. Good is the enemy.
Muslim Anger over Virtual ‘Third Temple’ By Maayana Miskin, INN, July 31, 2013 (thanks to Christian)A website with a simulation of a Third Temple has been met with an angry backlash from the Arab and Muslim world.
Model of 2nd Temple
A Jewish website that aims to teach Israelis about the Temple has been met with an angry backlash from the Arab Muslim community.
The Har Hakodesh (lit. “The Holy Mountain”) website includes educational material about the history of the Temple Mount, which was the site of the First Temple and Second Temple. The Temples were the focus of divine service for the Jewish nation.
The site also includes stunning photographs of the Temple Mount, including pictures taken by a non-Jewish photographer from parts of the Mount which Jews may not enter.
What has caused upset in the Muslim world is a representation of the Temple Mount as it would appear with a rebuilt Jewish Temple atop it rather than Al-Aqsa Mosque that currently stands there.
The site has been repeatedly targeted by hackers, and has been the focus of criticism in the Arab media. Sheikh Raed Salah, who heads the hardline northern branch of the Islamic Movement in Israel, has called for an “Islamic awakening” in response to the website.
Arutz Sheva spoke to Boaz Yaakovi, from the Lev Hauma NGO behind the website. “We didn’t do this to provoke or to annoy the Arabs,” Yaakovi insisted.
“We’re presenting history as it was,” he argued.
When asked whether he sees the simulation of the Third Temple as provocative, he said, “If someone wants to get angry, what can I do? Because he’s angry, I should ignore my truth?”
The desire to see a rebuilt Temple is central to traditional Judaism, and the Amidah prayer, which religious Jews recite three times daily, calls for the Temple to be rebuilt.