Jerusalem is not an Arab city

Jews were in the countries of the Middle East some seven centuries before the Muslims even existed.

Jerusalem is Jewish. Jerusalem is the cradle of Judaism. The proof is in the Bible, archaelogy, the rocks, buildings, synagogues, artifacts and language.

And the Muslims know it. Which is why the Muslim waqf are destroying all artifacts, coins, vessels, and stoneware they find as they dig out beneath our Holy Temple.

Many Palestinians do not know or believe there is an ancient or current Jewish connection to the site. The official Waqf guidebook to al-Haram al-Sharif, the Arabic name for the Noble Sanctuary, says there is no historical or archaeological proof that the temples were built there.

Archaeologists have uncovered roads and stairways that led to our Holiest Temple, and the silver coins ancient Jews exchanged with the money changers whose tables the Gospels say Jesus turned over.

Palestinians are trying to rewrite history by denying the Jewish link to our Holy Temple.

When Israel opened an archaeological tunnel to tourists in 1996, 60 Palestinians and 15 Israelis were killed in violence across the West Bank and Gaza which was sparked partly by rumours that the tunnel was being used to begin building the third temple.

Unfortunately, when Israel gained control and reunified Jerusalem in 1967, rather than forbid Muslim worship or close the mosques, it allowed the Muslim waqf to administer and control the Temple Mount and maintain the Al-Aqsa mosque, one of the biggest mistakes we ever made.

Jerusalem is not an Arab city. Mecca and Medina are the holiest cities to Muslims; Vatican City is the holiest to Catholics. While Jerusalem has significance to many religions, Jerusalem is supreme and holiest only to the Jews. When it was conquered by Jordan in 1949, no Muslim dignitary or leader visited Jerusalem in any official, public, or religious capacity.

There has been a continual Jewish presence in Jerusalem since the destruction of the Temple in the year 70 of the common era.

It is obvious that Palestinianism is based on lies, mythology, revisionism, and jealousy.

The only things real to Palestinians are hudnas, fatwas, and jihads.

Folks, there is no such thing as “Palestine”. Ma fish falastin.

Got it? Good.

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