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Why did weyane betray his master US after eating that huge billion dollars? Israel is the real owner of Jerusalem!(special report)

Post by Abaymado » 22 Dec 2017, 09:39

Donald trump noted for complaining why so many countries betrayed them after taking huge money.
I don’t know what to say, whether weyane was doing the right thing; US was warned all countries who standd against US interest. And, will US go against weyane or will they oust them by force? We will see the result later.
As you already know, in this UN resolution vote 9 countries sided with US and Israel (Togo is one of them),35 countries remain abstained from participating and 20 countries were not present at all( Kenya is one of them).
Having said this, Arabs are stupid people in this world who are endowed for talking others land as theirs. This trend also shared by gallas who are claiming Amara’s and other lands.
By the way, is there anybody who can give us some evidences for Palestinian possessing Jerusalem historically?

It is said that in the bible Jerusalem is mentioned 800 times, but no Jerusalem is mentioned in Quran. From the beginning Jerusalem and Jewish people are interrelated. To remind , king David and king Solomon 3000 years ago built huge temple in Jerusalem.
Unfortunately, after the invasion of mahomedian in 660 Ad , Jerusalem fell under Islamic countries.
So we can say that Israel was forcefully lost her land to this savage people.
The next imporatant event is that in 1922, England noted for surrendering Jerusalem for Palestinian. So now as we can see Israel /jews are real owner of jeruaslem.

Let me cite some references:
Historical Connections of Jews to Jerusalem

The Name: The early name for Jerusalem (in Hebrew pronounced yer-oo-shaw-law-yimthe) is mentioned in the first book of the Jewish Torah (Gen 14.18), when Melchizedek was king of Salem. Salem (which is clearly linked to Zion or Jerusalem in Ps 76.2) is from a Hebrew word (pronounced shaw-lame) which came to mean peace. This text alone is highly significant: Melchizedek, whose name means ‘king of righteousness’, was a priest of ancient Jerusalem and a human type of Jesus Christ who will soon rule as righteous king from the future Jerusalem, a place of peace.

So here we have a strong Jewish link to Jerusalem, written c1445 BC, link, and well before other national claims to Jerusalem. In fact, historic Jerusalem is mentioned 809 times in the Bible, beginning with Joshua 10:1 and ending with Galatians 4:25, link, whilst it is claimed Jerusalem is not even mentioned in the Koran, link, link.

Mount Moriah: This provides another strong historical connection of the Jews to Jerusalem. Mount Moriah is an elongated ridge in Jerusalem’s Old City and the top of the Mount is near the Muslim Dome of the Rock, link. The bedrock here is where Abraham would have walked when he came up to sacrifice Isaac around 1800 BC (Gen 22). It is also believed to be the actual site of the altar of burnt offering in Solomon’s Temple. So historically, Mount Moriah in Jerusalem has been the place of Jewish sacrifice for some 2,000 years.

King David: Around 1405 BC, men of Judah fought against Jerusalem and captured it (Judges 1.8), and King David conquered Jerusalem in 1052 BC (1 Chron 11.4-9). David built Jerusalem into a great city and capital of Israel (2 Sam 5.6-9) and he reigned there for 33 years. So Jerusalem has been the capital of the Jewish people for over 3000 years.
The Temples: The historic links of Jerusalem with the people of Israel are further strengthened by the fact that the city has been the site of two Jewish temples. The first, Solomon’s Temple, was completed in 957 BC but destroyed by Nebuchadnezzar in 587/586 BC. It was restored (in inferior form) by exiled Jews who were allowed to return to Jerusalem to rebuild the Temple and restoration was completed around 515 BC, link.
The Second Temple was modest in size until it, and the whole Temple Mount area, was enlarged by King Herod. It was in this enlarged Second Jewish Temple where Jesus threw out the money changers, and it was this enlarged temple that was destroyed by Titus in 70 AD. The traditional location of the First and Second Temples lies in the immediate vicinity of the present-day Dome of the Rock, link, and the Western Wall is the western retaining wall of King Herod’s expanded Temple Mount.
The Islamic Position
The facts are that Jerusalem has been a Jewish holy city since the days of King David, and the Temple Mount in the Old City of Jerusalem (the site of two Jewish Temples) is the holiest site in Judaism. But in 638 AD the Muslims captured Jerusalem from the Byzantines and built the al-Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock on the site of the Jewish Temple. So is the Temple Mount an Islamic holy site too? How important is this site to the Muslim?
For some Muslims the Mount is widely considered to be the third holiest site in Islam. But why is it even the ‘third’? The word ‘Jerusalem’ is not even mentioned in the Quran, but it is mentioned 667 times in the Bible! And while Jews pray facing the Temple Mount, Muslims pray towards Mecca! The following video shows how differently Muslims and Jews treat the Temple Mount: ... h-capital/