Ikhwanweb :: The Muslim Brotherhood Official English Website

Tue109 2018

Last update19:14 PM GMT

Back to Homepage
Font Size : 12 point 14 point 16 point 18 point
Palestine
New Israeli plan to build another synagogue near the Aqsa Mosque exposed
New Israeli plan to build another synagogue near the Aqsa Mosque exposed
Palestinian rights sources have exposed Thursday a new Israeli plan to build a synagogue near the Aqsa Mosque similar to the Hurva synagogue with the aim to impose facts on the ground, and to settle Israeli settlers in the area.
Saturday, April 3,2010 14:43
PIC&Ikhwanweb

Palestinian rights sources have exposed Thursday a new Israeli plan to build a synagogue near the Aqsa Mosque similar to the Hurva synagogue with the aim to impose facts on the ground, and to settle Israeli settlers in the area.

Kais Naser, a specialist in the Jerusalem affairs revealed to Al-Jazeera net that the Israeli archeological department was behind the plan and supported it along with the “Jewish suburb development company”.

According to Naser, the new synagogue was named as “Israel's pride” and is located only 200 meters away from the Aqsa Mosque, adding that the new synagogue and the Hurva synagogue represent a turning point in the accelerated Israeli plans to judaize Jerusalem, and to distort Muslim and Christian landmarks in it.

He added that the height of the new synagogue would be 27 meters with four stories, pointing out that the new synagogue could also be used by the Israeli occupation authorities for security purposes as it overlooks the Aqsa Mosque.

Moreover, Naser warned that the IOA considers the construction of the two synagogues to represent the “return of the people of Israel to their land”, and that both would serve as a weapon to impose facts on the ground and to ensure Jewish majority in the holy city.

tags: IOF / IOA / IOF Attacks / IOF Violation / IOF Terrorism / Aqsa Mosque / Israeli Settlers / Synagogue
Posted in Palestine  
Add Comment Send to Friend Print
Hurva Synagogue John McIntire
To my understanding the Hurwa Synangoge was detroyed in 1948 by the Jordanian Army and was now rebuilt where it was before - isn't that true or is this a disinformation?
Sunday, April 4,2010 15:03
u know what's worse moshe
To build another mosque next to el aksa. It will take away customers. I do not think the sheik\'s would agree with this. Sometimes you have to give the people the right to vote and decide, due to corruption from within. Secondly,I think arabs are making things up. Jews, who believe in allah and Nabi Moussa, have no right to build a house of worship without permission from the Wakf. Thirdly, Sheiks that forbid jews to pray as guests in the temple mount to allah are corrupt.
Monday, April 5,2010 20:41
Hurva destroyed in 1948 David Z
It is true that the Jordanians blew up the Hurva Synagogue in 1948. The new building was built on the site of the one destroyed in 1948.
Wednesday, April 14,2010 21:23
Related Articles
IOF plan to triple settlement activities in W. Bank
Israeli extremists intend to break into Aqsa Mosque on Passover
Sabri: Islamic, Christian shrines passing through critical stage
Either one state for all, or open-ended conflict
Qaradawi urges summit to embark on withdrawal of Arab peace initiatives
MB's opinion in a Newsletter, MB has full Faith in the People's Opinion and their Preferences
Escalating Security assaults on Cairo University's students
Abu Sha’ar: The US state department blessed the ruin synagogue building
Mishaal calls for open campaign as of Tuesday to protect J’lem and Aqsa
Palestinian Intifada breaks out throughout O. Jerusalem
Netanyahu wants a piece of Palestine not peace
IOF seeks to include 150 Palestinian sites on its Jewish heritage
Britain’s Islamic Republic
Holy Sites, Unholy Designs
Not buying Egypt gov’t line over synagogue attack
Egypt releases Cairo bombing suspects
Abu Shaar warns of Israeli attempt to annex Aqsa to Jewish historical sites
Israelis plan to desecrate Aqsa Mosque Sunday
Israeli occupation seeks to include 150 Palestinian sites on its Jewish heritage
Haniyya: Palestine must rise and defend its holysites