Jerusalem: Muslims and Jews (Video)

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Jerusalem : Muslims and Jews
Or : How and why palestinians desecrate the Temple Mount and Jerusalem.

One of the most important videos on youtube that sheds light on the Jewish-Arab conflict.

Jerusalem has been a Jewish holy city since the days of King David . 3000 years ago.

At that time the Arabs were still pagans who used to worship idols such as Al Uzza, Al Lat and Al Mannat at the Kaaba. (Jahiliyya period)

In the year 638 CE the muslims captured Jerusalem from the Byzantines and built a mosque on the site of the Jewish holy Temple.

While Jews pray facing Jerusalem and the Temple mount , Muslims pray towards Mecca.

When Muslims pray in Jerusalem they point their behind to the Dome of the rock and the temple mount.

An Islamic holy site ?
Palestinians use the temple mount as a playground where they have picnics and play soccer.

Sary Nusseibeh , palestinian professor and the president of the Al Quds university had to go underground after admitting that the temple mount is a Jewish holy site.

Ibn Taymiyyah (1263-1328) , whose writings influenced the Wahhabi movement in arabia ruled that sacred islamic sites are to be found only in the Arabian Peninsula and that ” in Jerusalem, there is not a place one calls sacred , and the same holds true for the tombs of Hebron”

Jerusalem is mentioned in the Bible 667 times , while in the Quran : 0 times .

According to the quran , the holy land was written by Allah to Israel (quran 5:21) and that the Jews will return to their land (quran 17:104)

The Jews are coming back home from the diaspora .

Islamic Beast Rising: Caliphate in Turkey

Islamic Caliphate and the Revived Eastern Leg of the Old Roman Empire

Bill Wilson

The Turkish Ottoman Empire was an Islamic Caliphate that ruled over the Middle East, Eastern Europe and the Northern tier of Africa from 1299 to 1924. Over the 623 year span, its territory included Jerusalem, Medina and Mecca in Saudi Arabia, Algiers, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt Iraq, parts of Iran, Syria, Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan, Yemen, Hungary, Bulgaria, Bosnia, Yugoslavia, Kosovo, Serbia, and many of the former Soviet satellite nations. It ruled over more of the Biblical Middle East than did the Roman Empire. It is often overlooked by Bible scholars as an empire that suffered what appeared to be a fatal blow in 1924, but is surely on its way to revival with the help of the United States (more specifically, Barack Hussein Obama- Dr. Mike).

The coalescing force behind the revival of the Islamic Caliphate is the Muslim Brotherhood (MB). Founded in 1928 to reestablish the Caliphate, the MB is a self-described Pan-Islamic religious, political and social movement. The MB creed is: “Allah is our objective; the Quran is our law, the Prophet is our leader; Jihad is our way; and death for the sake of Allah is the highest of our aspirations.” The MB wishes to establish Shariah Law as the basis for controlling the affairs of state and society, and to unify all Islamic and Arab states under the Caliphate. The MB also has a plan to take over the United States and place it under Sharia Law and the Caliphate. The MB long has been considered a terrorist sponsoring group.

News reports have indicated that the occupant of the Oval Office has appointed many Islamists with ties to the MB to high level positions within the US government, including Homeland Security and the Pentagon. Most notable is Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s top aide Huma Abedin, whose brother, mother, and deceased father are all confirmed to have leadership ties to the MB. This may well connect the dots between this Administration’s assistance of the MB in government takeovers in Libya, Egypt, Tunisia, Yeman, and now Syria, where the MB has announced it is funding a military arm to help topple the Assad regime. The MB is using the facade of democracy to gain Western support as it works to reestablish the Caliphate.

It long has been taught as fact that the Roman empire will revive and an antichrist beast gov-ernment will arise from it. Problem is, the Roman Empire did not extend over the Middle East nations mentioned in most every end time prophecy as those who will come against Jerusalem in the Day of the Lord. The one empire that did, the Ottoman Empire, an Islamic Caliphate, is often disregarded by Bible scholars. Daniel 12:4 says of the time of the end, “Many will rush here and there as knowledge increases.” As our knowledge increases in viewing current events, we see the nations aligning against Jerusalem as prophesied in the Bible, and the meaning of these prophecies becomes clearer. The MB and the US appear to be instruments of helping bring about the end time beast alliance.

Turkey and the Antichrist

The Gates of Hell are claimed to be found by Francesco D’Andria, professor of classic archaeology at the University of Salento. D’Andria presented his findings at a March conference on Italian archeology in Istanbul, Turkey. According to the Discovery.com website, D’Andria found “Pluto’s Gate” so named in Greco-Roman mythology as the “gate to hell” in Hierapolis, an ancient city located in southwestern Turkey. It is known for its mysterious vapor that kills anyone entering the cave, which is considered by ancient tradition as the gate to hell. Even today, birds and other animals wandering into the entrance die immediately. This discovery and its location may contain some confirming clues from Biblical prophecy.

Hierapolis was known for its hot springs and became part of Pergamon in 190 BC. When the Apostle Paul ministered in Ephesus, a church was founded there and it was not far from the church in Laodicia. It is said that the Apostle Phillip was martyred there. A study of ancient maps of Turkey reveals that Magog, Gomer, Togarmah, Meshech and Tubal are all regions of modern Turkey and many of them reside in the territories of the former Assyrian Empire. We know that Ezekiel 38 and 39 mention Gog of Magog leading a coalition of currently Islamic/Arab nations against Israel in a colossal end time battle. Many scholars now believe that Gog is who Christians call the “antichrist.”

We also know that the “antichrist” is alluded to as the Assyrian in Isaiah 10:5,10:24,14:25, 19:23, 30:31, 31:8, Micah 5:5-6, and Hosea 11:5. It is quite possible that the antichrist/the Assyrian will arise from what is now Turkey. It is also interesting that Jesus Christ identifies modern Turkey as the seat of Satan. In Revelation 2:12-13, Jesus says, “And to the angel of the church in Pergamos write: These things says he which has the sharp sword with two edges; I know thy works, and where you dwell, even where Satan’s seat is: and you hold fast my name, and have not denied my faith, even in those days wherein Antipas was my faithful martyr, who was slain among you, where Satan dwells.”

Modern Turkey plays a tremendous role in end time prophecy. Jesus said the seat of Satan is in Pergamos, which is located in modern Turkey. Ezekiel speaks of Gog of Magog leading an end time force against Israel, which includes Persia (Iran), Libya and Ethiopia (Sudan) and other areas of Turkey and the former Assyrian Empire. These are all currently Islamic and Arab states who are specifically named as coming against Israel and many originate out of parts of Turkey. Now we have a news story claiming that the gates of hell have been discovered not terribly far from the seat of Satan. Symbolic? Mythical? Literal? All three? Irrespective, these findings in Turkey could be clues to the end times scenario.

The real intentions of Islam and the deception of “Multiculturalism” VIDEO

ISLAMIC BEAST RISING (Psa 83; Dan 7-12; Rev 11-19).
Islam, while cleverly disguised as a “religion”, is rather an Anti-Christ, Anti-Semitic Fascist political Beast intent upon re-establishing the Byzantine caliphate that ruled one-thousand years after the collapse of Western Rome. All who refuse to bow to allah will be slaughtered.

God’s Word warns about a coming Beast in the last days that seems very clearly to be the Islamic Beast that can be seen now rising. While not exhaustive by any means, I’ve listed a small sampling of passages frighteningly descriptive of Islam:

Dan 7:7 After this I saw in the night visions, and behold a fourth beast, dreadful and terrible, and strong exceedingly; and it had great iron teeth: it devoured and brake in pieces, and stamped the residue with the feet of it: and it was diverse from all the beasts that were before it; and it had ten horns.

Dan 7:8 I considered the horns, and, behold, there came up among them another little horn, before whom there were three of the first horns plucked up by the roots: and, behold, in this horn were eyes like the eyes of man, and a mouth speaking great things.

Rev_13:12 And he exerciseth all the power of the first beast before him, and causeth the earth and them which dwell therein to worship the first beast, whose deadly wound was healed.

Rev_13:15 And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed.

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The Palestinian Myth

Finally some truth and sanity in the Middle East politics. Actually the truth and sanity came from United States Republican Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich (2012) who rightly called the Palestinians an “invented” people. As students of Bible prophecy we know that there has never been a Palestinian nation, culture, art, economy, language, etc. but the world is full of anti-Semitism and as a result the lie of “Palestinians” being from the ancient land of Israel is nothing but a satanic creation from the pit of Hell. The fact is, the so called “Palestinian” people were  invented as a means of dividing the Holy land of God with the intolerant Islamic hordes that actually moved to the region in the 1800s when the Jews repatriated their ancient homeland. As for Gingrich, the Jerusalem Post reports:

. . . the Palestinians are an “invented” people who want to destroy Israel. The former speaker of the US House of Representatives sided with Israel in its decades-old dispute with the Palestinians but took it a step further in an interview with the Jewish Channel.

Moreover, Gingrich differed with official US policy that respects the Palestinians as a people deserving of their own state based on negotiations with Israel.

“Remember, there was no Palestine as a state. It was part of the Ottoman Empire” until the early 20th century, Gingrich said. “I think that we’ve had an invented Palestinian people who are in fact Arabs, and who were historically part of the Arab community. And they had a chance to go many places, and for a variety of political reasons we have sustained this war against Israel now since the 1940s, and it’s tragic,” he said.

Gingrich is exactly right in that there was no Palestinian state, etc. and the truth of the matter is that the “Palestinian” myth is a lie designed to promote anti-Semitism along with the eventual destruction of the Jews in modern day Israel.

Well, the God of Israel has something to say about that in the Holy Bible. It is clear from Scripture that God gave the Jews the promised land of Israel (Gen. 12:7; 13:15-17; 15:7-18; 24:7; Joshua; and many more), which in fact covers much more land than the modern state of Israel covers today. [1] He gave them this land as a permanent covenant to which the Jewish people were to use for worshiping him in a land of their own. It is no secret that many people have tried unsuccessfully to dislodge the Jews from the land of Israel. Adolph Hitler met and planned with numerous Jewish enemies to try to destroy them as they fled Europe during the years before, during, and after the Holocaust where at least six million were slaughtered. Photographs show Hitler meeting with many of today’s same Islamic enemies who follow the anti-Semitic teachings of the Koran.

While all of this is nothing new in history, the fact that a major political figure on the U.S. Presidential stage would make a strong stand for Israel and at the same time expose this “Palestinian” myth is of significance. It is time people got off the fence and took a side that they are going to stand on. For me and my house, I will stand with Israel and help people like Newt Gingrich to expose the myth of the “Palestinian” people and expose the anti-Semitism that is behind it.

 

When the Gingrich article surfaced, the Palestinians of course responded that his remarks would stir up trouble in the region and harm the peace process. This is typical of the ongoing hypocritical nonsense from the so called “Palestinians” as they know very well that there is no such thing as the “Palestinian” people. The Palestinian people are nothing more than groups of people who came from neighboring Islamic countries looking for work and a better life than the one they had in their original lands. Because Judaism and Islam are not compatible the lie was formulated to introduce the so called “Palestinian” people in order to try to claim the land of Israel. The land of Israel is surrounded on nearly every side by Islamic Jihadist countries that will not be satisfied with a peaceful co-existence, they lust for- and are plotting- the complete destruction of the Jewish state.

Hear me friend. If “Palestinians” really wanted a homeland, they have one. It is known today as Jordan. The majority of people living in Jordan identify themselves as “Palestinians” despite there being no such thing. The solution for the entire Middle East peace process is for today’s “Palestinians” who occupy the West Bank to cross the border and go into Jordan where they belong. Dividing  Israel would be suicidal for the Jews and God will not tolerate it (Zech. 12-14).

Despite the truth that there is no such thing as “Palestinians” the world will never go along with any sensible plan involving so called “Palestinians” relocating to Jordan. The world’s “peacekeepers” in the UN are led by a majority of Islamic countries that have used their international political powers as a whipping post for Israel on the international stage. It is refreshing to see a politician like Gingrich tell the truth about the region as I believe that there is no hope for a two state solution, nor should there be a two state solution. The Palestinians just need to go home where they belong and let Israel be herself. Let us continue to watch the political landscape as the candidates for the U.S. presidency continue to tackle and debate the major issues facing the world today. Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: they shall prosper that love thee (Psalms 122:6).[2]

 


[1] Israel’s inheritance covers some 300,000 square miles of Covenant Land

The Formidable Islamist Minority in America

LTN NOTE: The Islamic Beast continues to rise (Psalm 83; Daniel 7-12; Revelation 11-19). Watch for more law suits attacking the Constitution as their hired guns attempt to colonize America and replace our law with Sharia.
January 9, 2013 By Comments (7)

A summary of polls about the ideological makeup of the Muslim-American community shows that the majority is moderate, but there is a formidable minority influenced by Islamist doctrine. A significant number are refusing to give answers or are still figuring out where they stand on issues like terrorism and Sharia Law.

The number one question is how many Muslim-Americans support terrorism. A 2011 Pew poll found very little support for Al-Qaeda, with only 2% viewing the terrorist group very favorably, 3% somewhat favorably and 11% somewhat unfavorably. About 70% view Al-Qaeda very unfavorably, an increase of 12% since 2007.

There are 2.6 million Muslim-Americans, a number that is expected to rise to 6.2 million by 2030. This means there are 130,000 Muslim-Americans who will admit that they view Al-Qaeda favorably and that assumes there are no supporters among the 14% who did not answer the question. Plus, the survey did not poll support for Hamas, Hezbollah, the Muslim Brotherhood and other groups.

Only 1% of Muslim-Americans say violence against civilians to defend Islam is “often” justified. About 7% say it is sometimes justified and 5% say it is rarely justified. Approximately 81% say attacks on civilians are never justified. Of course, the definition of “civilian” varies. Hamas supporters, for example, argue that there is no such thing as an Israeli civilian. The survey did not poll support for attacks on soldiers.

The 2007 Pew poll found that about 49% feel mosques should stay out of politics and about the same amount feel the Koran should not be taken entirely literally. The survey concluded that Muslim immigrants are more moderate on this issue than those who were born here.

“Native-born Muslims express overwhelming support for the notion that mosques should express their views on social and political matters. By contrast, a large majority of foreign-born Muslims—many of whom are from countries where religion and politics are often closely intertwined—say that mosques should be kept out of political matters,” the report said.

Perhaps the most surprising findings were related to social issues. The Pew 2011 poll shows that 39% feel that homosexuality should be accepted by society, an increase of 12% from 2007. On the issue of multiple wives, a Wenzel Strategies poll released in October found 22% support allowing polygamy.

The findings related to Sharia Law and specific elements of Islamist doctrine were less comforting.

The Wenzel poll found that almost 40% strongly or somewhat agree that Sharia Law should be the supreme law of the country. A slight majority oppose that proposition, with 35% strongly disagreeing and 18% somewhat disagreeing. However, when presented with a more refined question about what to do if Sharia conflicts with the U.S. Constitution, 70% would follow the Constitution and only 9% would follow Sharia Law. About 21% were undecided.

There is high support for restricting freedom of speech in compliance with Sharia Law.

About 59% feel that criticism of Islam or its founder is not permitted under the First Amendment. Only 41% disagreed. Shockingly, 52% strongly or somewhat support criminal charges against those that criticize or parody Islam, while 33% oppose it. Nearly 15% strongly or somewhat support executing critics of their religion. About 70% strongly oppose it and around 11% only somewhat oppose it.

Only about 30% believe that Americans have the right to encourage Muslims to leave their faith. Around 45% disagree. Note that this question isn’t about whether people should proselytize to Muslims. It’s about whether doing so is a constitutional right.

The polls indicate that the Muslim-American community is more moderate than its counterparts overseas on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. A 2011 Gallup poll found that over 80% support a two-state solution. However, the 2011 Pew poll shows only 61% believe a two-state solution that respects the rights of Palestinians is possible. About 20% feel it is impossible, matching Gallup’s result.

The Wenzel poll directly asked Muslim-Americans whether Israel has a right to exist. About 46% strongly agreed that it does and 21% somewhat agree. Only 8% strongly disagree, essentially supporting the elimination of the state of Israel. Another 8% somewhat disagree that Israel has a right to exist and 16% were unsure.

The campaign to demonize the U.S. government’s counter-terrorism efforts by Islamists and Muslim Brotherhood legacy groups has been fruitful. The 2011 Pew poll found that 41% do not believe that the war on terrorism is a sincere effort to reduce terrorism, while slightly more (43%) believe it is. This is a huge improvement from 2007, when 55% felt the U.S. government had ulterior motives and only 26% felt it was sincere.

The 2007 Pew poll found strong support for 9/11 conspiracy theories. Only 40% of Muslim-Americans would say that Arabs perpetrated the attacks. Of the 28% that said Arabs were not involved, 7% blamed the U.S. government, 1% attributed it to an Israeli/Jewish plot and 2% blamed insane people or others. The remaining 18% of those who denied Arab involvement said they did not know who carried out the attacks or wouldn’t answer the question.

One important observation from the Gallup poll is that the Muslim-American community does not feel represented by any major Muslim-American organization with Muslim Brotherhood origins. The most popular one was the Council on American-Islamic Relations, followed by the Islamic Society of North America, the Muslim Public Affairs Council, the Muslim American Society and the Islamic Circle of North America, in declining order of popularity.

Altogether, only 25% of Muslim-American men and 19% of Muslim-American women chose one of these organizations when asked which one most represents their interests. This is remarkable because these organizations have been around for decades without any major challenge from within the community. This may be connected to the 2011 Pew poll’s finding that 48% feel that the Muslim-American leadership hasn’t done enough to speak out against extremism and only 34% feel they have.

The polls show there is a sharp divide in the Muslim-American community between those who completely reject Islamist doctrine and those who subscribe to it, in part or in whole. There is a significant number that is on the fence. Unfortunately, the U.S. government overlooks it.

The nominee for CIA director, John Brennan, won’t say “Islamist” or “jihadist.” The White House is regularly visited by the self-proclaimed Islamist leaders of the Muslim-American community that have actually been rejected by the community. The coordinator of the Department of Homeland Security’s Countering Violent Extremism efforts emphasizes that it is focused on violence, not ideology.

You cannot be an Islamist terrorist without first being an Islamist. You cannot spread Islamist doctrine unless you are first a believer in that doctrine. We must recognize that this is a broader ideological conflict than just Al-Qaeda.

Source: http://frontpagemag.com/2013/ryan-mauro/the-formidable-islamist-minority-in-america/

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