Temple Mount in Jewish hands? The Egyptian intellectual who handed over al-Aksa

Dr. Youssef Ziedan was insistent on pronouncing the words “Beit Hamikdash,” or, Temple in Jerusalem, clearly and in Hebrew.

An Egyptian philosopher and expert on Arabic and Islamic studies, Ziedan sat in the Egyptian CBC studios and explained at length to his host why, in his opinion, Muslim claims over al-Aksa mosque in Jerusalem are baseless. The CBC interviewer, Khairy Ramadan, challenged Zieden while taking in his words eagerly.

At the end of a two-hour long session, the well-known Egyptian intellectual Ziedan stepped out of the studio into the fresh air and began his journey home to Alexandria.

The storm broke out that night.

h/t Minicapt

  • V10_Rob

    Interesting. I just hope he’s got insurance against things that have absolutely nothing to do with Islam.

  • Exile1981

    Having been to that mosque I can say it is very tacky on the outside and a bulldozer would improve its appearance.

    • Physics grad

      a bulldozer would improve every mosque’s appearance