Tuesday, July 12, 2016

UNESCO Votes on Whether the Temple Mount is Jewish or Palestinian

“How full of awe is this place! This is none other than the house of God, and this is the gate of heaven.” Genesis 28:17 (The Israel Bible™)

UNESCO Votes on Whether the Temple Mount is Jewish or Palestinian

This is the most absurd ignorant issue in all of world history.

By de Andréa,
Opinion Editorialist for

Published July 12, 2016
The criminals in the United Nations, are once more set to question the historical connection of the Temple Mount, and the Jewish people of Israel, with a vote on a resolution which would despotically repudiate any link between the two.
I really don’t know how much more ignorant the U.N. and those in Western governments can get about ancient history.  But the very fact that so-called intelligent people with degrees from universities with ivy growing all over them, know absolutely nothing about ancient history is astounding.
I will try to write this very slow because I know that with all those degrees hanging all over their walls, they can’t read fast.  The very fact that the Palestinians are a recognized people by so-called intellectuals, tells me that they are nothing but a bunch of lazy ignoramuses.  Rather than to take the time to read their history books to find out the truth, they allow themselves to be deceived by a bunch of demonic conquesting barbaric ideologists that make up their history as they go along and can’t seem to progress beyond the seventh century AD.  
Once again I will attempt to educate you bunch of brainwashed robots with the truth, yeah, you probably don’t even know what that means anymore. But hear goes once again, so please bear with me.
So, you and the so-called Palestinians believe that they have a claim of HISTORICAL ownership of Jerusalem!   I for one, can’t help but wonder just what part of history was the so-called Palestinians claim to have had any rightful possession of Jerusalem or in Israel, Judah or anyplace in the world for that matter.

The truth is, that if there are any such historical people called Palestinian, they could not in fact ever have been in possession of historical Jerusalem or Israel. 

First… (And I will write   this    slowly     and     highlight       it       so      you       can      read it)        Israel,         was             arbitrarily          and           fictitious  ly         renamed          from         Israel       to     Palestine          by        the        Roman Empire         shortly     after         70        AD.    Shall I repeat that?   No! You just read that over again and again and let that sink in for a while…..And if anyone….that’s anyone of you boneheaded Ivy League Collage boys want to challenge me on that I would be glad to debate the issue anywhere anytime an let you try to prove otherwise.

Note: Islam or Muslims did not exist until 610 AD more than 500 years later.  Moreover there were never, and there is not now, any historical people called Palestinian’s, with a recognized Palestinian government, speaking Palestinian with any kind of history or heritage other than ARAB. Even the Jews living in the Palestine area were called Arab Jews.  Not Palestinians. Even the name Palestine, means wandering people.

The two existing Muslim buildings on the so-called Temple Mount, were not erected until
the late seventh century AD, more than 2000 years after the first Jews occupied the land known as Canaan which eventually became Israel. 
The Dome of the Rock on the Temple Mount. (Shutterstock)

But then I am just repeating what every known historical document says.  I’m just saying! 
A little history: King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon destroyed Jerusalem and the First Temple of David, (built by his son Solomon) in approximately 935 BC.  The Jews were then taken captive to Babylon and the city had no center of worship until Zerubbabel and the returning exiles built the Second Temple, completing it in 516 BC.  The Second Temple, modest in comparison with its predecessor, was later rebuilt and enlarged by Herod the Great beginning in 20 BC. Jesus was dedicated in the Second rebuilt Temple of Harod, He cast out money changers there on two occasions, and He taught frequently in the courts of the temple.  The second temple of Harod was destroyed by the Roman general Titus in 70 AD  

If that’s not enough my intellectual friend, at the time of the renaming of Israel to Palestine, there was’ no Jerusalem, no Temple.  It had been completely destroyed by the Romans with the exception of King Harrods Antonia Fortress which today is the site of the Mosque ‘The Rock of the Dome’ and the Al-Aqsa, mistakenly claimed as the site of David’s temple built by Solomon.  The destruction of the temple fulfilling a prophecy by Yahushua (Jesus) in Mathew 24:2 Do you see all these things?" he asked. [Referring to Temple in the city of David] "Truly I tell you, not one stone here will be left on another; everyone will be thrown down." 


And approximately 70 years later Jerusalem was destroyed, by the Romans and the temple was… guess what? “Thrown down” as Yahushua said- from the city of David into the Valley of the Cheese Mongers and covered over with the debris from mount Zion which was the same historical Mount Mariah of Abraham and Isaac born in about 1700 BC and the father of the Jewish Nation.


 Now as a side note, you might think that Abraham was also the father of Ishmael as the Muslims like to expound.  The truth is that Ishmael was the son of Abram not Abraham.  While they may be physically the same man, his name was changed by God and he became a different person.  So Abram the father of Ishmael, the father of the Arab nation with no inheritance, was purposely a different person than Abraham the father of Isaac, the father of the Jewish nation.  

Personally I don’t think the Jews will ever find any proof that the area known as the Dome of the Rock is the Jewish Temple Mount, because it was likely the Herodian fort known as the Fort of Antonia.  All the stones in the wall, part of which is called the Wailing Wall, surrounding the rock are Herodian, from the construction of the Fort of Antonia.  Harod lived from 74 BC to 4 BC, making it impossible to have been the site of the first Temple built by Solomon in approximately 935 BC, about 861 years before the walls of the so-called Temple Mount were even built by Harod. Both Temples were actually located in the original City of David, that King David took from the Jebusites. Which was completely destroyed by the Romans in 70 AD which was prophesied by Christ. 
But then, that is just my reasonable logical opinion.

Then in order to completely wipeout any trace of Israel’s existence, the Romans in 70 AD, renamed Israel -Palestine.   Though the definite origins of the ‘word’ "Palestine" have
been debated for years, the name is believed by most historians to be derived from the Egyptian and Hebrew word peleshet. Roughly translated to mean "rolling" or "migratory,” maybe Bedouins. Some historians say the term was used to describe the inhabitants of the land to the northeast of Egypt - the
Philistines who lived in the coastal area now known as Gaza during the time that the Jews historically occupied Israel. The Philistines called the sea people were an Aegean people from Crete - closely related to the Greeks and with no connection ethnically, linguistically or historically with Arabia, and they never occupied Jerusalem or the mainland of Israel.  The Twelve Tribes of Israel formed the first constitutional monarchy in the land of Canaan about 1000 B.C. 1600 years before Mohammad and Islam ever existed.


Historically the original country of Israel reached far into the country now known as Jorden. As shown on the map. The tribe of Gad Reuben and part of Manasseh reached well across the Jordan River, as well as to north all the way to the southern parts of Turkey.  


The second king, David, first made Jerusalem the nation's capital. Taking it from the Jebusites.  Although eventually Israel was split into two separate kingdoms, Israel in the north and Judah in the south, Jewish occupation there lasted off and on between wars and captivity for more than a thousand years. Even after the destruction of the Second Temple in Jerusalem and the beginning of the exile.

Jewish life in the Roman renamed country called Palestine, continued and often flourished. Large Jewish communities were reestablished in Jerusalem and Tiberius by the ninth century. In the 11th century, Jewish communities grew in Rafah, Gaza, Ashkelon, Jaffa and Caesarea.

So historically, Jewish people have, to one degree or another, continuously occupied the area of Canaan/Israel/Palestine, since 1000 BC to date, for approximately 3000 years.  

And now I will ask you apathetic educated boneheads with Ivy growing in your brains… where in history do the so-called nonexistent Palestinians (which are in reality Hamas terrorists deported out of Jordan in the earlyto mid 1960’s), have a legitimate claim to the possession of Israel and/or Jerusalem?

Answer…NO WHERE!        None! Nada!

Moreover, where in history do the Jews first occupy the land today known as Israel, including the area of Jerusalem? 

Answer…from approximately 1000 BC.  For 3000 YEARS, my low information friends.

Nevertheless the so-called UN’s Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) will vote on the draft decision during its 40th annual meeting, which is being held in Istanbul, Turkey, the throne of the old Muslim Ottoman Empire. It is the second such anti-Semitic decision in months, following an April resolution in which UNESCO attempted to erase Israel’s ties to its ancient heritage sites, the Temple Mount and the Western Wall.
A model of the second Temple (Photo: Shutterstock.com)

The Temple Mount is considered the holiest place in the Jewish religion. It is claimed to be the site of two ancient Jewish Temples. The purchase of the site by King David and the building of the Temples are recorded in the Bible. However, today the Temple Mount is claimed by Arabs, whose work to delegitimize Jewish ties to the site, just as they have historically done all over the world, has ignorantly or hatefully gained much ground on the international stage, as evidenced by the adoption of the April resolution.
The new UN draft, a joint Palestinian-Jordanian effort, calls for a return to the modern “historic status quo” which existed before the 1967 war. Presumably, this means completely banning Jews and other non-Muslims from the entire Temple Mount complex.
Today, while non-Muslims are allowed to visit the site during certain restricted hours and under careful monitoring, they are not permitted to pray. Muslim claims that Israel is currently attempting to change the status quo following an increase in the number of Jewish visitors to the Temple Mount are behind the surge of terror attacks and violence which has plagued Israel for months and taken the lives of 40 Israelis and other victims.
The UN document repeatedly and ignorantly refers to Israel as the “occupying power” and accuses it of causing damage to the site, carrying out illegal excavations and preventing the Jordanian Waqf, which has jurisdiction over the Temple Mount, from making repairs and renovations.
According to the resolution, Israel is guilty of “intrusive constructions, tunneling and underground excavations” and “aggressions against Islamic religious sites and prayer places.”
When in fact, the Waqf’s own “Additions and repairs” on the site are themselves illegal and risk causing serious damage to valuable ancient artifacts and structures. A recent attempt on the Waqf’s part to carry out illegal construction on the Temple Mount was met with an injunction from the Israeli government to immediately halt the project.  The Muslims want to prevent the possibility that the Israelis will find archeological proof that this is the very site of the temple of King David built by his son Solomon.
The U.N. draft refers to the Western Herodian Wall Plaza in quotes and, like its April predecessor, calls the Wailing Wall the holy site of Jewish worship, a Muslim site called “Al-Buraq Plaza”.
While the Temple Mount is home to the Dome of the Rock which wasn’t built until 691 AD, 1600 years after Israel became a nation, the Western Herodian Wall, has absolutely no Muslim connection except that it is claimed the Muhammad one tied his horse there.  Again it was built by King Harod the Great long before Islam existed.
Israel’s Foreign Ministry is currently laboring to convince nations to vote down the motion, calling it “another malicious and dishonest attempt to harm Israel’s affinity with its capital.”
Carmel Shama Hacohen, Israel’s ambassador to UNESCO, also slammed the resolution, saying that the international condemnation following the April decision had clearly not been enough to stop the Palestinian agenda from moving forward in the UN. Carmel Shama Hacohen, Israel’s UNESCO ambassador.
“Anyone who thought that after the criticism voiced by Israeli and international Jewry against this decision and the recanting of the heads of state and foreign ministers around the world following the last decision that Palestinians would come to their senses, need to come to their senses and internalize this complicated reality,” he said.
“We have made a concerted diplomatic [effort] but the voting will be conducted by a secret ballot and the rules of the game are well known: Palestinians almost always have a majority.”
Hacohen was referring to an outpouring of protests following the April vote, with both Jewish and Christian leaders speaking out against the decision. Christian representative to the UN Laurie Cardoza-Moore said the UN’s repudiation of the Jewish connection to the Temple Mount was akin to the Holocaust denial.
The motion was heavily condemned by Israel, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu calling it “absurd”.
“UNESCO ignores the unique historic connection of Judaism to the Temple Mount, where the two temples stood for a thousand years and to which every Jew in the world has prayed for thousands of years,” he said at the time.
France and Brazil, who had both voted in favor of the resolution, backtracked on their original decisions, saying they had made a mistake in helping to pass it.
The April resolution referred to the Western Wall as the Palestinian “Al-Buraq Plaza” and condemned “Israeli aggression on the Temple Mount”, which it called a “Muslim holy site of worship”.
THE BOTTOM LINE:  All of the West including Israel is at fault for ever allowing the recognition of a nonexistent nation and ethic people.  This should, but it won’t be, a lesson as to what Islam is and what it does.  The whole Islamic ideology of conquest is a lie.  Their history is a lie.  And this should be proof that the West has been willfully and ignorantly deceived and as a result is enabling their own demise.

Whether the so-called Temple Mount is actually the original site of David and Solomon’s first Temple as well as the second temple or not, is irrelevant, it is a Jewish matter, and certainly not a matter for a bunch deported Muslim terrorist jihadists from Jorden.

The second Temple was even built around 516 BC nearly 1000 years before Islam existed, wake up people….

It is a mystery to me why Israel doesn’t just round up all the unassimilated Muslims in Israel proper, bring them to Gaza and tell them the first time they are a threat to Israel they will carpet bomb the entire Gaza Strip into the next millennium and be done with it.  After all, that is exactly what they and all the rest of Islam has threatened to do to Israel.  I would try to sell the idea as a defensive preemptive strike.  And if no allied countries support them, then do it unilaterally.  This is the same thing the rest of the West needs to do in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, Libya and anyplace where Muslims are raging Jihad.

Yes Genocide, ‘until they stop their bloody Jihad’… But then again that is just my opinion.

Thanks for listening.
- de Andréa

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