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Al-Aksa Incitement Continues

reprinted from Arutz 7
Feb 22, '07 / 4 Adar 5767

(IsraelNN.com) Al-Aksa preacher Ikrama Sabri continues his incitement against Jews and Israel. In his most recent speech, Sabri said that a war between Israel and the PA will "continue until judgment day." According to Sabri, Muslims are not allowed to compromise in their struggle against Jewish sovereignty over Israel.

Sabri also demanded that Israel stop repairs to the Rambam (Mughrabi) Gate, which is located near the Temple Mount. Sabri called the repairs "an attack on the Al-Aksa mosque" and accused Israel of destroying archaeological evidence in the area. Before the construction proceeds, preliminary digs, which are required by law, are carried out to preserve any underground archaeological remains.

 

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