PA warns: “The most dangerous season of Judaization” has begun

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Palwatch: Three days ago, on the Jewish fast day 17th of Tammuz, which sets off a three-week-period of mourning for the destruction of Jerusalem and the two Temples, the Palestinian Authority warned that “the most dangerous season of Judaization” has begun:

Among the extremist Jews, today is a Talmudic holiday considered the beginning of the most dangerous season of Judaization, and it is what is called ‘the fast of Tammuz,’ and is a prelude to the anniversary of what is called ‘the destruction of the alleged Temple’ (i.e., Tisha B’Av; see note below).”

[Official PA daily Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, July 21, 2019]

The PA characterizes the visit of any Jew to the Temple Mount – the holiest place in Judaism – as “an invasion” and “a break in.” They claim the Muslims have the sole right to the entire Temple Mount, including the Al-Aqsa Mosque and all its buildings and plazas, and even the Western Wall, which they refer to as the Al-Buraq Wall.

Despite historical evidence, Palestinians claim that there never was a Jewish Temple on the Temple Mount and they deny any Jewish historical connection to the land of Israel in general and to Jerusalem and the Western Wall in particular.” more …

Opinion:Give an inch and take a mile. Secular General Moshe Dayan decided to give control of the temple mount to the Arab Mufti after uniting east and west Jerusalem in the 6 Day War. Dayan thought it would be a gesture of peace. Instead it led to an intifada, 5 mosques on the temple mount, and a complete ban of Jewish worshipers.

Another catchy tune from the Palestinian hit parade:

The current round of tensions will culminate on August 10-11 when Jews observe the most sacred day of mourning, Tisha B’ Av. It is the day in which both temples were destroyed over 500 years apart, in addition to a list of catastrophes on the same date.

There will be no peace between Jacob and Esau until the Prince of peace, Jesus Christ, returns, Isaiah 63:1-3. A prophecy that religious leaders from both sides refuse to know.