Arab nations ask UN to designate Western Wall as Muslim territory

by Cody Derespina |,  |  published on October 21, 2015

False rumors about Israel’s designs on a site held sacred by both Jews and Muslims helped trigger the bloody wave of attacks plaguing Jerusalem, but a tangible plan by six Arab nations to purge the Jewish State’s claim to its holiest location will be voted on Wednesday by the United Nations’ cultural arm.

A UN draft decision circulated by Algeria, Egypt, Kuwait, Morocco, Tunisia and the United Arab Emirates reviewed by “affirms that the Buraq Plaza is an integral part of the Al-Aqsa Mosque” – a statement that would specifically fold the Jewish Western Wall into Islamic domain on the Temple Mount.

“This is a clear endeavor to distort history, in order to erase the connection between the Jewish People and its holiest site, and to create a false reality,” the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a Monday statement.

  • billdeserthills

    How can this be the business of the UN? They need to stay out of things that don’t concern them, instead of starting a new wave of violence in Israel

  • teaman


    Through human means, God birthed Israel in ONE DAY
    without the BIRTH PANGS of war like He said He would do through His
    prophet(Isaiah 66:7,8). THEN came war with SIX Arab armies.

    Although many Jews were scattered after Roman rule
    ostracized Jews from the porvidence, a remnant of Jews remained. The
    fact that Jews successively lived in their land was recognized by the
    British Royal Commission report in 1937, “Always since the fal
    of the Jewish state some Jews have been living in Palestine, fresh
    immigrants arrived from time to time and settle mainly in Galilee, in
    numerous villages spreading northwards to the Lebanon and in the town
    of Safad and Tiberias.”

    Under the Ottoman Empire(1517-1917), the term
    Palestine was used as a general term to describe the land south of
    Syria; it was not an official designation. In fact, many Ottomans and
    Arabs who lived in Palestine during this time period referred to the
    area as “Southern Syria” and NOT as Palestine. After
    WW1, the name “Palestine” was applied to the territory that
    was placed under British Mandate; this area included not only present
    day Israel but also present day Jordan.

    Leading up to Israel’s independence in 1948, it
    was common for the International Press to label Jews, NOT Arabs,
    lining in the mandate as Palestinians. It was not until years after
    Israeli independence that the Arabs living in the West Bank and Gaza
    Strip were called Palestinians. In fact, Arabs cannot even correctly
    pronounce the word Palestine in their native tongue, referring to
    this area rather as “Filastin.” The word Palestine or
    “Filastin” does NOT appear in the Koran. the term peleshet
    appears in the Jewish Tanakh no fewer than 250 times. Throughout
    history the land recognized as Palestine was NEVER an independent
    nation. The Arabs never named the land to which they now claim
    rights. More particularly, they referred to the land as part of
    pan-Arab nation, as a Muslim community or Southern Syria. The latter
    was used as a tactical ploy spelled out in the 1919 Arab Covenant
    proposed by the Arab Congress in Jerusalem. However, in the same year
    the General Syrian

    Congress had the opposite view. They
    expressed the need to call Palestine, Southern Syria, “We ask
    there should be no separation of the southern part of Syria, known as
    Palestine.” In 1956 a Saudi Arabian United Nations delegate
    asserted that, “It is common knowledge that Palestine is nothing
    but Southern Syria.” The population of non-Jewish peoples
    that resided in Israel-Palestine throughout history was a mixture of
    ethnicities from surrounding nations. The area was best described as
    a MELTING POT of Bedouins from Asia Minor, Syria, Arabian Peninsula,
    Asia, and North Africa. There NEVER E XISTED a peculiar people
    recognized as Palestinian; a people that had its own government,
    economy with unique coinage, language, or military force.

    The modern Palestinian myth is just that, a MYTH.
    Modern Palestinians is a strategy birthed out of tradition from the
    lineage of Islamic hatred towards Jews with the help of a compliant
    media to willingly change history.

    • Nina Fuss

      Try telling people today to READ HISTORY. THEY ARE PAWNS NOBODY WANTS THEM.They r Syrian. Actually, the mosque is on Israel land. Arabs will mess around until some nut takes out mosque. Then what?

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