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Quick Takes: News From Israel You May Have Missed

A number of Arab states have quietly sent agents to infiltrate the Temple Mount to determine how the countries can obtain more influence over the site, informed security sources told WorldNetDaily.

“It’s possible in the coming two years a deal will be made that transfers the Temple Mount out from Israeli hands,” said a security source. “The Arab countries are vying for influence, since they think controlling the site means big prestige in the Muslim world.”

The security sources said the Arab agents are mostly attempting to infiltrate the Wakf, the Muslim custodian of the Temple Mount, by securing various positions from garden worker to religious cleric inside the Mount’s many mosques. The Wakf is largely controlled by Jordan, which took over top positions from the Palestinian Authority in recent years.

The sources said the agents also are to report on which Wakf officials are paid by Jordan, and which clerics can be suspected of having good relations with Israel.

“The Arab countries want to work their way in so Jordan doesn’t get the most control once Israel gives up the Mount,” said a security source.

Saudi Arabia has sent the largest number of agents to the Mount, but other countries, including Egypt, sent agents as well, according to the security sources.

Fatah Undermining Cease-Fire

Terrorists from Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’s Fatah organization received “understandings” that they are to disrupt a cease-fire Israel agreed to with Hamas, according to a senior source in Fatah’s Al Aksa Martyrs Brigades

The Brigades source said Fatah wants to see the cease-fire collapse, hinting that a top Abbas official gave the Brigades specific instructions to launch Gaza-based attacks against Israel to precipitate an Israeli military response that would initiate a cycle of Hamas reprisal attacks that would, in turn, scuttle the cease-fire.

The source refused to say which Abbas official may have given his group these instructions, but WND understood from informed sources that Tayir Abdul Al-Rahim, the secretary-general of Abbas’s office, communicated specific instructions to the Brigades to shoot rockets at Israeli population centers.

Higher Price to Come

Israel’s prisoner swap deal with Hizbullah in which it agreed to release live terrorists for the bodies of two kidnapped Israeli soldiers is a “major achievement and victory for the resistance in its confrontation with the Zionists Authority,” a senior terrorist told this column.

A spokesman for the Popular Resistance Committees, one of three groups holding kidnapped Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, said he learned from the Israel-Hizbullah deal that the Jewish state is willing to pay a “very high price” for kidnaped soldiers.

“We will demand more for Shalit…of course we see the value of abducting Zionist soldiers. Our resistance will do everything possible to kidnap more,” he said.

Anti-Semitic Posts on Obama Blog

A blog posting on Sen. Barack Obama’s official campaign site urged Americans to take action to secure the release of imprisoned Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorist fund-raiser Sami Al-Arian, comparing the controversial former professor to Martin Luther King and Malcolm X.

The posting, which was subsequently removed, is just a sample of a large volume of racist, anti-Semitic and pro-Palestinian rhetoric published on the user-friendly MyObama community blog pages.

The Obama campaign does not monitor all blog material, which is posted by registered users, but says it removes offending posts that are brought to the attention of the administrators.

One recently removed post claims Jews control the media; another referred to Jews as “puppet masters” and “war criminals.” Yet another post, titled “The Israeli connection to 9/11,” claimed Israeli intelligence was involved in the mega-attack and planted “false flags” to blame Arab countries.

An Obama site search under the key words “Israel lobby” brings up a large number of pages with titles such as “Bush uses Nazi history against Obama to pander to the Jewish lobby” and “The Israel Lobby: bad for the world.”

In one recently removed post, titled, “How the Jewish Lobby works,” the page read, “No lobby is feared more” and claimed Jews “run the Federal Reserve Bank, U.S. Homeland Security, and the U.S. State Department.”

Aaron Klein is Jerusalem bureau chief  for WorldNetDaily.com. He appears throughout the week on leading U.S. radio programs and is the author of the recently published book “Schmoozing with Terrorists.” 

About the Author: Aaron Klein is a New York Times bestselling author and senior reporter for WND.com. He is also host of an investigative radio program on New York's 970 AM Radio on Sundays from 7 to 9 p.m. Eastern. His website is KleinOnline.com.


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