Saturday, 6 October 2012

How al-Aqsa Mosque Became a Refugee from Jerusalem

by Paul Larudee
Saturday, October 6th, 2012

Once upon a time, some people wanted to destroy al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem. So the mosque asked its friends, “Will you help save al-Aqsa?” We’re over a thousand years old and need your help.

“Not us,” said the Palestinians still living in Jerusalem. “We’re trying to keep our own houses and land.”

“Not us,” said the Palestinians with Israeli citizenship. “We’re already a persecuted minority in Israel.”

“Not us,” said the West Bank Palestinians. “We’re trying to save what we still have.”

“Not us,” said the Gaza residents. “We don’t want another Israeli pogrom.”

“Not us,” said the Palestinian Muslims. (HAMAS) “We don’t want to be called terrorists.” (WE ARE TRYING TO SAVE OUR HAMSTAN BY RESITING THE RESITANCE)
“Not us,” said the Palestinian Christians. “Our churches are being defaced and burned by the same people. We have our own problems.”

“Not us,” said the NGOs. “We only provide (REGIME CHANGE SERVICES) social services.”

“Not us,” said the (SOME) diaspora Palestinians. “We have a hard enough time keeping people from noticing that we’re Palestinian.”

“Not us,” said the Western liberals. “We’re more concerned about keeping anti-Semites out of the movement.”

“Not us,” said the Western churches. “We have to keep good relations with our Jewish brothers and sisters.”

“Not us,” said the Arabs. (ARAB REGIMES) “We’re busy with our own liberation movements.” (OUR PRIORITY IS LBERATING SYRIA< LEBANON AND IRAQ)
“Not us,” said the Muslim communities in non-Muslim countries. “We want our countries to think of us as good citizens.”

“Not us,” said the Muslims in Muslim countries. “We will denounce your persecutors but remain good Muslims by fasting, praying, doing pilgrimage, giving to the poor and declaring our faith, not by defending you.”

“Not us,” said the rest of the world. “We have to atone for the Holocaust.”

So al-Aqsa mosque waited for something to happen. And it did.

First, Israel expelled more than half of the people in Palestine and Jerusalem. Then Israel captured the rest of Palestine and Jerusalem. Then Israel began to expel more Muslim and Christian Palestinians. Then it began to prevent the remaining Palestinians from coming to Jerusalem.

Soon, fewer and fewer Palestinian Muslims could come to al-Aqsa and fewer Palestinian Christians to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. And Israel sent Jews to start using al-Aqsa as their own.

Finally, Israel said, “The al-Aqsa mosque is empty and this is now a Jewish community, thanks to our Judaisation program. We don’t need a mosque, so we’re going to demolish al-Aqsa and replace it with a nice new Jewish temple. We don’t want any harm to come to you, so please pack your things and leave now, along with the rest of the Palestinians.

And that is how al-Aqsa mosque became a refugee like other Palestinians.
"Not me" said Saaod Al-faisal: "I told Qadoumi للبيت رب يحميه (Aqsa has a LORD and its his duty to prectect his properties), so get it or get help" 
"Not me" said Mohamad Mursi Mubarak. "athough I am stuck in Sinai trying to save international treaties, I am considering sending 100,000 troops to Jordan Borders with Syria, who knows, our Jordan brothers may need HELP."


"Not me"  siad Edrogan " I  have Hagia Sophia, besides I also need help, to defeat the Lion of Damascus and face the internal threat of Deviants (ALLAWIS), and Saladin's terrorists (PKK), Nato betrayed me, therefore, I called Mursi, Ghanoushi, and Mishaal to help"
“Not us,” said NATO BROTHERS. “We have to trying to save what we achieved, by deception, in Egypt and Tunis and may achieve in Jordan, Morroco and the Gulf. besisdes we are stuck in Syria”

River to Sea Uprooted Palestinian
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