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Thursday, December 7, 2017

The Arab occupied Temple Mount


6 comments:

Kathleen1031 said...

Interesting film, thank you. It is impossible for an outsider to really get a grip on what is true and what is false about Israel and these relationships. It's just impossible. For each opinion this way, there is an equal opinion that way. I end up just not knowing, but your film gives compelling evidence that Israel is a Jewish holy site but not for Muslims.

elpine flower said...

I think the late great Fr Jon O'Conner explained it beautifully
when he details why Jesus condemned those who say they are Jews but are not and belong to the Synagogue of Satan.
The answer is understanding the difference between an Ashkanazi Jew and the true Sephardic Jew. The former has its roots in the Caucasus mountains where a rabbi was requested by a king and sent from Persia, during the Babylonian captivity of the Jews , to teach his peoples monotheism because their nation was being destroyed by a phallic worship religion. The end result produced a blend of Judaism and Talmudic paganism.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XdCO0qN1Pqk

Michael O'Neill said...

The film is propaganda for the demonic Zionists' government in modern Israel.

Susan Matthiesen said...

Michael, from this comment and your previous posts it seems you are very much pro-Islam. Why is that? Are you anti-Semitic? If so, that would mean a person is a Nazi, a white supremacist, a Muslim (it's part of their religion to hate Jews), or a mixed up liberal FrancisCatholic.

Atom Finder said...

Susan he isn't anti-semitic just because he criticised the government there. That word is thrown out there the second anyone criticises a Jew. Does criticising a Catholic make you anti-catholic?

Susan Matthiesen said...

Atom Finder, note that I said "previous posts" in reference to Michael O'Neill's comment since in his prior comments he's indicated a love for Islam. When I gather together his comments, which are in favor of Islam with his anti-Israel comment, I deduce my above theory - that Michael is what I said. Also note that he has not answered the claim that he is anti-Semitic.

In answer to your question, the answer is no. I criticize Francis all the time. But Michael's leaning in favor of Islam over both Catholics (criticizing Catholic women and the way we dress, while fawning over burqa/hijab clad women) and Jews from his comment above, leads to the logical conclusion that he is anti-Semitic since to love Islam means one is either anti-everything else, or a foolish person like the pope (pubh?) who hasn't a clue to Islam's origins.