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Claim: Israel Plans to Build Temple Over al-Aksa Mosque

reprinted from Arutz 7
Cheshvan 6, 5769, 04 November 08 12:08

An Arab researcher says he has long range plans from the Israeli Antiquities Authority which outline strategies for the construction of a Jewish Temple on the site where the al-Aksa Mosque now stands, according to a report on Monday by the Bethlehem-based Maan news agency. Doctor Ibrahim al Fanni showed the newspaper sketches outlining the demolition of al-Aqsa Mosque and the Marwani mosque (Solomon's stables) beneath al-Aksa, as well as a plan involving the opening up the Fatimi Halls, which are also located under al-Aksa.

Dr. al Fanni claims the halls would be turned into a Jewish Temple, and construction would gradually move to the upper part of the compound, taking over space in Al-Aqsa. "Plan B" would see the demolition of the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the construction of a Jewish "Royal Palace" on the same site, which Muslims believe was the spot from which the Prophet Muhammad started his journey into the heavens.

 

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