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October 9, 2015 / 26 Tishri, 5776
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Abbas’ Adviser Urges More Attacks 2 Days after Abbas Renounces Terror

Friday, October 2nd, 2015

Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas’ adviser on NGOs, Gen Sultan Abu Al-Einen, called for more attacks as Fatah claimed responsibility for yesterday’s attack, Ofir Gendelman, Israeli government spokesman for Arabic media, tweeted on Friday.

The Palestinian Authority has been totally silent since Thursday’s murder of an Israeli couple in Samaria while its ruling Fatah party took responsibility for the terrorist attack that orphaned four small children.

Abbas told the United Nations in his speech Wednesday:

The PLO and the Palestinian people adhere to the renouncement of violence and rejection and condemning of terrorism in all its forms, especially State terrorism, and adhere to all agreements signed between the Palestine Liberation Organization and Israel.

Not only have the PLO and Abbas not condemned the drive-by murder, but Fatah official Azzam al-Ahmed also told Hamas’ Al Quds TV:

The attack is a natural response to the crimes of the settlers and every action has a reaction.

The Martyr Abdul-Qader al-Husseini Brigades, associated with Fatah’s Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades said it carried out the “heroic operation.”

WAFA, the official Palestinian Authority website, did not mention the murders and instead drowned its readers with the usual daily reports of alleged IDF violence against Arabs.

The Ma’an News Agency, based in Bethlehem and considered close to the Palestinian Authority regime, reported the killings but implicitly supported remarks by the Fatah officials that they were a “natural response.” Ma’an told its readers:

Tensions between Israeli settlers and Palestinians have been running high in recent weeks, as right-wing groups have increasingly urged their supporters to visit the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in East Jerusalem, which has sparked clashes and spurred political debates around what Palestinians see as a challenge to the status quo in Israeli policies concerning the holy site.

Israeli authorities imposed severe restrictions on Palestinian entry to the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound for the fourth day in a row on Wednesday, while Israelis entered the compound under armed police escort.

According to the Palestinian Authority narrative, Arab rage is a result of Israeli actions.

After the murder, maiming and wounding of thousands of Israelis by Palestinian Authority terrorists the world no longer is buying the Arab agenda.

It is not falling in love with Israel but, as indicated by the absence of the words “Palestine” and “Israel” in President Barack Obama’s speech at the United Nations this week, the international community has run out of energy trying to make believe that the problems in the Middle East start and end with the “occupation,” if they exist at all.

ISIS, the Muslim immigration invasion of Europe, and the Syrian war have eroded the world’s illusions that the Palestinian Authority really wants “two states,” unless one is Fatah and the other Hamas with both of them killing each other in a war to see who can try to annihilate the State of Israel.

7 Palestinian Arabs Arrested in Temple Mount Violence

Tuesday, September 29th, 2015

Israel Police have arrested seven suspects in connection with Arab violence perpetrated at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, according to spokesperson Luba Samri.

The arrests were made in connection with rioting on Monday, during the Jewish holiday of Sukkot. Palestinian Arabs at the site threw stones, firebombs (Molotov cocktails), firecrackers and other ammunition at police.

The Arabs hurled their ammunition from within their barricade inside the Al Aqsa mosque, which is located within the grounds of the Temple Mount compound.

Israeli Arab MK Jamal Zahalka joined Palestinian Arab demonstrators Tuesday morning at the Temple Mount, together with fellow Israeli Arab Mks Massoud Ghanayem and Abdel Hakim Hajj to further heat up protestor passions at the site.

Video footage filmed by the Hebrew-language NRG news site documented Zahalka’s attempt to block Jewish visitors from entering the grounds, and vicious curses and other remarks to the visitors and to the police who were protecting them.

As does every other Israeli parliamentarian, Zahalka and the other Mks who came to join the rioting against Jewish visitors and Israeli police officers on the Temple Mount, are supported by Israeli tax money.

Under the current laws, no matter how or when they complete their terms of service, they will each receive generous severance payments and subsequently continue to receive liberal pensions for the rest of their lives.

Meanwhile, also on Tuesday, Jerusalem police arrested a 15-year-old terrorist-in-training after he was caught throwing stones at a bus.

Upon searching the teen police discovered the youth was also carrying brass knuckles and individual gas cylinders. Individual gas cylinders are often used as fuel for firebombs (Molotov cocktails) and sometimes for other types of improvised explosive devices, or IEDs.

The young terror suspect was taken to a police station for questioning.

Shootout as Abbas Forces Are Pushed Back by Demonstrators in Bethlehem

Monday, September 21st, 2015

(JNi.media) On Sunday night in Bethlehem, Arab demonstrators united in protest against Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas. They called for his immediate resignation following the cooperation of security forces at his command with Israel, and the arrests they collaborate in carrying out, against the backdrop of the Al-Aqsa Mosque riots.

According to NRG, the security coordination between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, which has recently resulted in a wave of arrests carried out by the Palestinian security services, are infuriating the Palestinians, who carry the social protests against Abbas from the social networks to the streets.

Ma’an described the event as a march that was called to protest an excessive use of force by PA forces last week.

Sunday night’s demonstration began at the Deheishe refugee camp just south of Bethlehem, when protesters gathered in front of the Palestinian intelligence building, shouting and throwing rocks. After a few minutes, several police officers came out to disperse the demonstration, and one of them fired live rounds of ammunition at the demonstrators. After the demonstrators failed to disperse, a large force of Palestinian police left the building and began making arrests.

In response to the live shooting, armed Arab gunmen affiliated with the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades came out of the Deheishe camp, and entered a shootout with the security forces. They issued a statement saying “the security forces of Abbas use weapons against the Palestinian people; whomever uses weapons against us is the enemy and we will respond against him with war.”

The clashes during the night at Deheishe followed exchanges of gunfire in the Balata refugee camp in Shechem and the Jenin refugee camp. The protest is focused against the aging Chairman of the Authority, who is now identified as a “traitor against the Palestinian people.”

A high-ranking Fatah official, who wished to remain anonymous, told Ma’an: “We agreed with factions and powers not to participate in these marches where some people chanted against the president.”

Referring to violence from protesters, the anonymous source blamed Israel: “We think there are sides like Israel who might want to plant disturbances and benefit from them.

How to Stop the Arab Violence on the Temple Mount

Tuesday, September 15th, 2015

Prime Minister Netanyahu is overthinking the problem.

There is ongoing Arab violence on the Temple Mount.

– The Arabs are harassing visitors to the Temple Mount.
– The Arabs are attacking visitors to the Temple Mount.
– The Arabs are attacking police on the Temple Mount.
– The Arabs are rioting on the Temple Mount.
– The Arabs are preparing bombs on the Temple Mount.

I’m not sure what other options Netanyahu is considering, since there’s really only one solution that’s guaranteed to work.

No Arabs, no violence.

The logic is simple…

Arabs are no longer welcome or allowed onto the Temple Mount. Period.

The Israeli police have no problem preventing Jews from going up. It’s time they now are forced to address the real source of the problem.

The results will be…

– No Arabs on the Temple Mount, no one on the Temple Mount gets harassed.
– No Arabs on the Temple Mount, no one on the Temple Mount gets attacked.
– No Arabs on the Temple Mount, no riots on the Temple Mount.
– No Arabs on the Temple Mount, no bombs on the Temple Mount.

Is Bibi afraid the Arabs in the Old City will get violent in response?

Well then Netanyahu is overthinking the problem, since there’s really only one solution that’s guaranteed to work…

Arabs Planned to Explode Pipe Bombs at Jews on Temple Mount

Sunday, September 13th, 2015

Masked Arab rioters had prepared pipe bombs to be filled with explosives in a planned pogrom against Jews and non-Jewish tourists on the Temple Mount Sunday.

Advanced intelligence helped police foil the attack, and law enforcement officers startled the Arabs shortly after dawn, as reported here.

Police spokesmen stated:

Masked protesters who were inside the mosque threw stones and fireworks at police. Suspect pipes that could be filled with homemade explosives were also found at the entry to the [Al Aqsa] mosque.

Police later removed any doubts that the objects were not pipe bombs.

Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan said the presence of pipe bombs at the on the Temple Mount “requires all of us to think again about arrangements” at the holy site.

Almost exactly a year ago, violence on the Temple Mount appeared to be on the verge of an all-out religious war, but a secret meeting between Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Jordan’s King Abdullah resulted in a mutual understanding that Jews would continue to be prohibited from praying on the Temple Mount and Arabs Muslims would put a stop to violence.

The understanding lasted for several months, but a new round of escalation began several months ago.

Jordan’s reaction to today’s clash was not encouraging, and the Kingdom blamed Israel for “raiding” the mosque.

The Palestinian Authority-based Ma’an News Agency reported,:
An AFP journalist saw a number of people being detained and heavy police deployments in the Old City.

A Palestinian boy identified as Anas Siyam was evacuated to hospital after he was hit with a rubber-coated steel bullet in the chest. His condition is unknown….

A spokesman of the Palestinian Authority’s Fatah movement in Jerusalem, Raafat Ulayyan, urged the Palestinians in the West Bank and in Israel to ‘hurry to defend’ the holy Muslim place from which ‘our prophet Muhammad ascended to heaven.’

Temple Sherpa Yehudah Glick Escaped Assassination, Now Crowdsourcing Guide to Temple Mount

Wednesday, August 26th, 2015

(JNi.media) In October, 2014, Rabbi Yehuda Glick gave a speech at the Menachem Begin Heritage Center in Jerusalem, and when he came out, a man on a motorcycle who spoke with a “thick Arab accent” approached him, asked if he was Yehuda Glick, and shot him four times in the chest. Glick, who survived the assassination attempt, later related that the gunman had apologized before firing at him, saying: “I’m very sorry, but you’re an enemy of Al-Aqsa, I have to.”

Rabbi Glick’s claim to fame as enemy of the early eighth century mosque standing at the Temple Mount Compound, probably stems from his years of leading groups of Jews on walks on the Temple Mount, and his being arrested repeatedly while praying, walking and filming videos in the same place. In October 2013, Glick began a hunger strike to protest a police ban on his entry to the compound, resulting in the police removing the ban after 12 days. An Israeli court awarded Glick damages for two wrongful arrests that took place as he attempted to film officials denying entry to the Temple Mount to Jews dressed in visibly religious clothing. Those are the prerequisites for being an enemy of Al-Aqsa.

Police traced the shooting suspect, Mutaz Hijazi, to the mixed Arab/Jewish neighborhood of Abu Tor. Israeli police said their attempts at arrest were met by gunfire, which resulted in Hijazi’s death.

A year later, Rabbi Glick is celebrating his recovery with the launching by his Temple Mount Heritage Foundation of an online crowdfunding campaign to raise enough money to publish his Temple Mount guidebook, “Arise and Ascend: A Guide to the Temple Mount,” in Hebrew and English, with the Russian language version already in print.

The guide was written by Dr. Meir Antopolsky, whose day job is as Attending Physician in the Dept. of Emergency Medicine at Hadassa Medical Center on Mt. Scopus, Jerusalem.

“Arise and Ascend” has been endorsed by religious leaders around the world and includes introductions by Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, American Pastor Keith Johnson, and Muslim and Islamic scholar Adnan Oktar. The first advance copy of the book was presented by Rabbi Glick to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a meeting during which the two discussed the present situation on the Temple Mount. “He who does not study and understand his past misses out on any understanding of the present and the future,” Netanyahu said during the meeting. “This is the only way we can really understand the connection between the people of Israel [and] Jerusalem.”

The book, researched from historical, archaeological, religious, and Biblical perspectives, leads visitors on a self guided walking tour in a clearly laid out path intended to preserve the sanctity of the Temple Mount. It includes maps, timelines, and color photos, and cites scholastic as well as Biblical and Talmudic sources, drawing from historical accounts, archeological records and scriptural verses to reconstruct the site as it was in the past and explain its present condition.

The online campaign to publish the guidebook was launched Tuesday on Causematch.com. The campaign’s initial goal is to raise $10,000, which will be matched by donors for a total of $20,000 which will be used to print and disseminate copies of the guide book. To date, the appeal has raised $1,270.

Muslims on the Temple Mount or Escapees from a Mental Institution

Monday, August 24th, 2015

The Temple Institute posted this video from August 11th, showing how Muslims really act on the Temple Mount while the Israeli police stand by. Islamic behavior like this happens all the time.

After watching this, does anyone believe the Muslims actually consider the Temple Mount holy, or is this only about preventing Jews from praying on our holiest site?

This is like looking at a scene from a mental institution.

But finally, after yesterday’s latest Islamic insanity on the Temple Mount, the police have forbidden Muslim women and children under 12 from entering the Jewish holy site today.


MUSLIMS TRASH TEMPLE MOUNT TO BLOCK THE PATH OF JEWSThe latest illegal antic adopted by racist Muslim supremacists on the Temple Mount is to throw garbage dumpsters in the path of Jewish worshipers on the Temple Mount. This video footage taken today shows exactly what 'devout' Muslims think of what is claimed to be "Islam's third holiest site.'Mr. Netanyahu: Iran is not the only threat to the well-being of Israel and the nations. Nothing is more crucial than the situation on the Temple Mount. Cleaning the trash from the Temple Mount and granting full rights to Jewish worshipers on the Mount is THE most effective way to counter the Iranian nuclear threat and to make the world a better place. Looking for a legacy? This is the place.DO YOU AGREE THIS HAS TO STOP?Email NOW to Israel Government Ministers and demand a stop to the anti-Jewish Racism on the Temple Mount!https://www.templeinstitute.org/stop-anti-Jewish-racism-on-the-Temple-Mount.htmPosted by The Temple Institute on Tuesday, August 11, 2015

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