Thursday, July 16, 2015

Zionist Jews are raping Jerusalem Muslims worldwide are sleeping

Zionist Jews are raping Jerusalem
Muslims worldwide are sleeping


by Latheef Farook

Muslims worldwide observe the last Friday of the Holy  Month of Ramadan  as Masjid Al Aqsa Day.

In 1979 late Iranian leader  Imam Khomeini asked the Muslims all over the world to choose the last Friday of the Holy Ramadan to  show their solidarity with  the Palestinians and their legal rights.

After naming the last Friday of Ramadan as the Global Day of Quds   every year before saying the Friday Prayers, a great mass of the fast holders demonstrate to support the oppressed people of Palestine.

This demonstration   takes place  all over the world.This year the Global Day of Al Quds is observed on  17 Friday2015.

Masjid Al Aqsa, the first qibla of the Muslims, second oldest masjid after Makkah and the third most important holy place in Islam after Makka and Madina is located in the city of Jerusalem known to Muslims worldwide as Al Quds (The Holy) or Baitul Muqaddis (The House of Holiness).

The historical significance of the Masjid Al-Aqsa in Islam lies in the fact that the early Muslims turned towards it in prayer for a period of around seventeen months after the hijra or migration to Medina in 624 AC. Thus it became the qibla (direction) that Muslims faced for prayer. According to Allame Tabatabayee, Allah prepared Muslims for the change of the qibla, first by revealing the story of Ibrahim and his son Ishmael, and their prayers for Makkah, their construction of the House of Allah (Ka'aba) and the order to cleanse it of idols for the worship of the One True God-Allah. Then Quranic verses were revealed which ordered Muslims to turn towards Masjid al-Haram, the Holy Mosque in Makkah in their prayers.[Qur'an 2:142–151]

Masjid Al Aqsa is the place where Prophet Ibrahim, the patriarch of all the three great monotheistic faiths Judaism, Christianity and Islam prayed. It was in this very same Masjid that Allah resurrected and assembled all the prophets and messengers for Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) to lead the prayer with them during his divine night journey to the heavens. Allah chose the Masjid of Jerusalem for this greatest prayer, for the first time in history, because of its purity, nobility, distinction and highest standing. 


The ascension of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), from the rock beneath the Qubbat Al Sakhra Mosque known as Dome of the Rock to heaven remains the loftiest spiritual event in the history of Islam and highlights the importance of Jerusalem for Muslims. The direct ascension of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) from Makkah to heaven would have been possible for Allah, but He wanted it to take place from Jerusalem. That miraculous journey drew attention of Muslims to the specificity of Jerusalem and its extraordinary divine claim. 

However, despite all this religious significance of Jerusalem for Muslims, the Zionist Jews who occupied East Jerusalem in their war of aggression in June 1967 have been repeatedly conspiring to destroy Masjid Al Aqsa and build in its place a new Solomon's Temple, the older temple having been destroyed by the Romans in 70 AC, the remnants of which are only seen today as a wall known to Jews as the Wailing Wall. As part of this conspiracy they commenced a ruthless campaign of ethnic cleansing the Palestinians who had been living there for generations.

The question is what has around one and half billion Muslims worldwide done to save Masjid Al Aqsa from the designs of Zionist Jews and their supporters in the US led West. 

During World War 1 Jerusalem was under Turkey's Ottoman rule .However following Turkey's   defeat   in the war, Jerusalem was brought under British control on December 9, 1917. 

Over the years the Arab rulers abandoned the Palestinians, Jerusalem and even Masjid Al Aqsa. Their only concern was to preserve their seats of power and comforts and, to ensure this they even started having open and secret relations with the very same Zionists despite all their conspiracies against Islam and Muslims. 

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The spacious complex of Masjid Al Aqsa.Masjid Al Aqsa is in the right and the Dome of the Rock in the left.

The Zionist Jews have been desecrating Masjid Al Aqsa beginning from the time of the British mandatory rule. A group of Jewish extremists, with the help of the British army, broke into the Al-Aqsa complex on 20 August 1929 and took control of the western area, including Al-Buraq Wall (now referred to as the Wailing Wall by the Jews). Within 15 days, 338 Palestinians died in their effort to thwart the Zionists' plan. In June 1967 the Zionists entered Haram As-Sharif in tanks, seized the key of Al-Magharibah Gate and took control of the city's eastern side, including Al-Aqsa Mosque. 

On August 21st 1969, a Jewish extremist called Dennis Michael Rohan (Jewish name: Mikhail Rohan) set Al-Aqsa on fire. The fire destroyed most of the mosque, including the historical minbar (pulpit), used by Salahuddin al-Ayyubi after he liberated Al-Aqsa from the Christian Crusaders. The Palestinians succeeded in extinguishing the fire, but Rohan was freed from all charges on grounds of insanity

In 1970, the Israelis commenced intensive excavations directly beneath Masjid Al Aqsa on the southern and western sides. In 1977 digging continued and a large tunnel was opened below the women's prayer area and a new tunnel was dug under the mosque, going east to west in 1979.

In the 1980s, the Israelis started their so called archaeological project in the Masjid Al-Aqsa premises claiming that they were searching for the Temple of King Solomon. They dug another tunnel near the western portion of the masjid in 1984.

In February 2007 Israelis started excavating a site, 60 meters away from the mosque, to rebuild a collapsed pedestrian bridge.  As part of this conspiracy the Zionist Jews also trained Temple guards, sewed special Kohannim robes for the rabbis, and even built a model of the temple near Masjid Al-Aqsa. War criminal Ehud Olmert, former mayor of Jerusalem and former Prime Minister who slaughtered starving Palestinians in Gaza, officiated at the opening of the Jewish Museum, built underneath Masjid Al-Aqsa.

aqsa-insideThe Aqsa Mosque where the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) led prayers with all the prophets, from Adam (alaihe salam) to Isa (alaihe salaam).  The home of prophets, the first qibla of Muslims and the place where the Miraj journey commenced.

Inside View of the Masjid Al Aqsa

On October 15th 1989, the "Guardians of the Temple" group laid the foundation for the Solomon's Temple. The tunnel underneath the mosque reached the length of 400 meters (half the length of Al-Aqsa), and damaged the structure. Sheikh Raed Solah, the leader of the Islamic movement in Jerusalem who exposed these activities was imprisoned.

During his brief visit to Bahrain on Monday 16 November 1998 Sheikh Ekrima Sa'ad Sabri, the chief preacher at  Masjid Al Aqsa,made a passionate appeal to Muslims all over urging them to  save Masjid Al Aqsa and  Jerusalem from the Zionists and, thereby, safeguard their rights and dignity.

In an emotional plea during an interview with me Sheikh Ekrima said "Jerusalem   is in danger and warned that failure to save it will be disastrous as it will expose other religious places including the Holy Cities of Makkah and Madina to Zionist designs. 

He said Israelis continue to dig under Masjid Al Aqsa and other residential districts in the old city to pave the way for the automatic collapse of Masjid Al Aqsa and other buildings of religious importance. Israelis have been changing the Islamic characteristic of the city almost on a daily basis and many of Jerusalem's Islamic landmarks have been falling down and disappearing one after the other.

Therefore, it is the religious duty of Muslims worldwide to do everything possible to free this city from Zionist Jewish control, pleaded Sheikh Ikrima.

Sixteen years later today the situation is worse as Israel often imposes severe restrictions on access to the mosque for Palestinian Muslims living in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. Palestinian males must be married and at least 50 years of age and women must be married and at least 45 years of age to enter the Masjid. Palestinian visits are therefore rare during most of the year, except during the month of Ramadan.  


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