Israeli on Arab TV: Jerusalem Was
Ours When Muslims [still] Worshipped Idols
Israeli on Arab TV:
J'lem Was Ours When Moslems Worshipped Idols ... Jerusalem is our city forever
and is not an issue for you, for Al Jazeera or for anyone ...Dr. Kedar:
"Jerusalem is not mentioned in the Koran even once. You can't rewrite the Koran
on air on Al Jazeera."...
Jerusalem is "not holy to Muslims at all," nor has it ever been, and the
claim that it is Islam's third holiest site, after Mecca and Medina, is aimed
simply at stealing the city from the Jewish people...
"They simply want to
take away our heart and our soul," ... in a speech he gave before 200
congregants shortly before the 40th anniversary of the reunification of
American Thinker: Islam's mystical claim on
Jerusalem Yet many Muslims today claim Jerusalem as theirs. Islam's claim on
Jerusalem can be questioned because of two dubious reasons and because these
Jerusalm has no significance in Islam. It is
significant to Jews ...Dome of the Mosque in Jerusalem was never an important
Islamic site. There is no reference to Jerusalem in the Koran. There was no
pilgrimages of Muslims to ...
False Moslem Claims The Moslem "claim" to Jerusalem
is based on what is written in the Koran, which although Jerusalem is not
mentioned even once, nevertheless talks (in Sura ...
The Islamic connection to Jerusalem began much later in
history, during the 7th century CE. The central personality of Islam, Mohammed,
was born and raised in the area of present-day Saudi Arabia and founded Islam in
the early 7th century. (The first year of the Moslem calendar, or the Hajira,
corresponds to the year 622 CE of the Christian calendar.)
that Mohammed was influenced by Judaism (and Christianity). This influence was
significant enough that Mohammed's original plan for the direction of prayer
(Qibla) was also Jerusalem. Mohammed later changed the direction of prayer to
Mecca in Saudi Arabia -- a place that was converted from a pagan pilgrimage site
to the 'eternal city,' and the center of the Moslem religion. (Moslems also
placed Mecca as the spot where Abraham nearly sacrificed Isaac's brother
Mohammed never made it to Jerusalem, and the word 'Jerusalem'
appears nowhere in the Koran.
Rael Isaac Reviews The Legacy of Islamic Antisemitism...
Mohammed began by wooing Jewish tribes (Jews were numerous in Medina, which was
originally a Jewish city), adopting Jewish ceremonies, even stipulating that his
followers turn to Jerusalem in prayer. But the Jews dismissed
Jerusalem Means More to Jews Than to Muslims
The Greatest Lie Ever Told About Jerusalem Mohammed never again
mentioned the word Jerusalem in his compilation of Islam"s holy book, the Koran
and directed his "quibla" (prayers) to Mecca. ...
The Fight for Jerusalem: Radical Islam, the West, and the
Future of the Holy city
Radical Islam has long desired to seize Jerusalem and
cut it off to Christian and Jewish believers. In this book, Israeli diplomat
Dore Gold explains why the battle for Jerusalem is intensifying today. Gold
shows why only Israel can preserve its holy place
In the last decades, radical Islam has been fed by its
sense of victory in the face of repeated withdrawals: a re-division of Jerusalem
would not only endanger its holy sites, but also unleash new jihadist momentum,
on a scale that most political leaders have not begun to consider.
[Muslim sheik] Palazzi cites Koran passages showing that the Land
of Israel was given to the Jews
'The Koran Says The Jews Would Return To Their Land': Exclusive
Interview With Sheikh Abdul Palazzi
Jerusalem is never mentioned in the Koran. Jerusalem is
mentioned in Jewish prayers three times daily. It is mentioned every time a Jew
The Muslim Claim to Jerusalem Where does Jerusalem fit in Islam
and Muslim history? It is not the place to which they pray, is not once
mentioned by name in prayers, and it is connected ...
The Muslim Claim to Jerusalem
Muhammad's Night Journey wasn't to Jerusalem, so why all the fuss?
Historical Truths About Jerusalem and the Temple Mount In
fact, the Koran says nothing about Jerusalem. It mentions Mecca hundreds of
times. It mentions Medina countless times. It never mentions Jerusalem!