Jewish Origin of Temple Mount Proved Through Ancient Artifacts, Despite Muslim Efforts to Destroy Them

For the last eight centuries, Muslims have controlled Judaism’s holiest of sites, the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, claiming it as their own. Ignoring Israeli antiquities laws that require the preservation of excavation debris to be salvaged in case it contains archaeological artifacts, the controlling party continues to destroy these historical sites in order to make room for more mosques.

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  • Maggat

    It is far past time for the Jews to put their foot down and clear any mosque from the Holy Land and resurrect King Solomon temple in it’s rightful place.

    • David

      Sitting in Vancouver its easy for me to rail against that piece of death cultist shit on the Temple Mount and wish to see it bulldozed to hell but the people of Israel have to live with the consequences of such a righteous act and it sure aint for me to tell Benjamin Netanyahu what to do. May G_d give Bibi strength to fight for G-ds chosen people and in doing so give the Christians of the world the will to overcome the evil which has so devastatingly overcome us.

    • WalterBannon

      amen

      and pass the ammunition. i vote for a crusade.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        There should only be one more crusade.

    • Shebel

      Any immediate plans as to how you would accomplish this quest ?

      • Maggat

        I’m working on it. LOL

  • It’s not even debatable. The Jewish religion and their legitimate historical claim to the temple mount existed several millennia before this guy Mohamed appeared on the scene (600 years AFTER the birth of Christianity, btw). But Jews have been quite patient about the whole thing — allowing a Muslim shrine to exist there without protuberance from the Jewish State. Instead of expressing their appreciation for the favorable “winks and nods” of the State of Israel over so many years, the head-lopping, woman-stoning, child-rapist Muslims are still not satisfied.

  • BillyHW

    That demonic dome must be razed to the ground.

    • The destruction of antiquities is demonic. The demonic is evil, and the destruction of what is beautiful and irreplaceable is evil. Even or especially when the sacrifice is made to the idol of ideology. Certainly the Temple Mount should be under Israeli control.

      • David

        I’m sure your not saying that supremascist shit should be saved!

        • I’m saying that the Dome of the Rock should not be blown up, certainly.

          Do you have an appetite for the destruction of antiquities? I don’t. And if I had ISIS would have glutted it by now.

          • BitterClinger

            It most certainly should be destroyed. Then the rubble sprayed with ripe hog fat and sprayed on the big square mecca BS.

          • And an endless landscape of hideous, dead housing blocks erected in its place? All to serve the revolution? Count me out, tovarich.

            I suppose your belief system is millennial and apocalyptic. Mine is not. I want civilization preserved. Civilized people do not dynamite ancient and gorgeous structures.

            By the way, if you “sprayed” the “rubble” with “ripe hog fat”, wouldn’t you be worried that the pious Jews might be offended? Or had you forgotten about them?

          • BitterClinger

            Remember the hog fat sprayed rubble is to be dumped on the square bs at hajiville. Why would that offend Jews? I don’t consider the dome of satan to be beautiful or worthy of being saved.

          • Anything else you’d like to destroy while you’re cleansing the Earth? Perhaps the Al Hambra?

          • BitterClinger

            the dome of satan, mecca, and every mosque on the planet works for me.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            I understand what you are saying, and agree with you about 90%…
            Except in this case.

            I think monuments to evil should always be destroyed at the first available opportunity. However, I would have no issue with carefully dismantling the entire mosque and relocating it to Saudi Arabia to be reconstructed there.
            Would that make any difference to Islam? I don’t know, maybe it would if the alternative was its obliteration.
            If that very gracious gesture isn’t good enough, then demo the whole damn thing and haul it away to be reduced to dust.

        • Shebel

          Are you saying that you agree with the ISIS way of war ?
          Destroy everything that is pre-Islamic or post.
          Destroy everything that is not Jewish?
          You don’t like History? You just want to read about it in the few books that you feel are worth preserving?

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            If you’ve got a honeypot attracting flies do you kill the flies or get rid of the honeypot?

          • Shebel

            Deep. Anyway, I was just about to post that I must leave this thread because my friends are worth a lot and I don’t want to piss them off over something stupid.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            I haven’t got the answer.
            Two of my favourite historical sites are the ruins of the St. Boniface Cathedral and the Trappist Monastery ruins in South Winnipeg.
            Both were ravaged by fire in the last forty years.
            And I don’t have to worry about being spat on anytime I wish to visit them.
            They are only a couple of hundred years old but that’s history in the New World then, eh?

      • Shebel

        I don’t like to see any ancient history destroyed. Don’t care about their beliefs.
        Those that destroy history must be afraid of their past and the Truth.

    • Minicapt

      The ‘demonic dome’ is a Byzantine chapel; it requires cleaning and consecration.

      Cheers

  • WalterBannon

    the Muslims should be expelled, by lethal force if need be, and that dirty mosque torn down and every brick of it pissed on and tossed into the ocean

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Today is the holiday of Sukkoth (the Feast of Tabernacles), and in synagogues around the world, worshipers read the Apocalypse of Zechariah, which describes the divine rearrangement of Jerusalem we all favor (an earthquake does the demolition), as well as a plague that devastates Israel’s enemies. The key verse here is, “And the Lord shall be king over all the earth, and on that day, the Lord shall be one and His name one.” (No more Allah.)

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      I wonder what the feast of Tabernacle is in Quebec.

  • Shebel

    Sukkoth. I get it it. It is a religious Holiday where you must say all kinds of crazy things.
    Ok . Destroy Everything. .
    Blow that fucking demonic Dome to Hell.
    Sukkoth—I like that word.

    • Norman_In_New_York

      Actually, it is the equivalent, even prototype, of Thanksgiving Day. In Zechariah’s vision, the holiday becomes universal.