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Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Erdogan calls on Muslims to flood Jerusalem mosque to protect its identity

Turkey President Recep Tayyip [Pee-Yi-Yo-Kay-Yay] Erdogan has called upon the world's Muslims to fly to Israel, head on over to Jerusalem and visit the Al-Aqsa Mosque. 

It would also be great if the pilgrims fly Turkish Airlines and leave a generous donation at the mosque to support jihad while ostensibly going there to protect the site's Islamic identity. 

Muslims believe that their holy pedophile prophet was transported from the Sacred Mosque in Mecca to al-Aqsa during the make believe Night Journey. Legend has it that Mo led prayers towards this site until the seventeenth month after the emigration, when the Devil directed him to turn towards the Kaaba--the pagan stone that Muslims worldwide walk around and practice stone-throwing for future sharia enforcement.

Erdogan, true to the Koran, never misses the chance to bad mouth Israel and this time he compared Israel's policies to South Africa's Apartheid era.

Speaking in Istanbul, where he threw the bull, Erdogan discussed Palestinian economic development and lashed out at Israel over its settlement plans in the West Bank and Jerusalem, in total disregard of the Old Testament describing how the Jews occupied Israel long before Mohammed was even born. 

"We, as Muslims, should be visiting Al-Quds more often," the Turkish leader declared, using the Arabic name for Jerusalem. "Each day that Jerusalem is under occupation is an insult to us."

He was referring to the fact that the Koran calls for the killing of Jews, and what better place on earth to find Jews than the Jewish State.

About 26,000 Turks visited the Temple Mount in 2016. But for Erdogan, that wasn't enough. As a stockholder in Turkish Allahu Akbar Airways, he said that "hundreds of thousands" should be visiting the site, which is considered holy by Muslims. "[It] would be the greatest support to our brothers there," he said.

"Al-Quds is holy for all three divine religions. It is the heart and summary of all human history.

"Both in terms of our religion and historical responsibility, Al-Quds and the fight of our Palestinian brothers for rights and justice is of great importance to us. We will keep making efforts for Quds to turn into a city of peace."

By 'peace' Erdogan is referring to the idea that once all Jews and other infidels are either converted to Islam or dead, there will then be peace. That's what the Koran says, and that's what extremists believe, and Erdogan is an anti-Semitic extremist.

"What's the difference between the present acts of the Israeli administration and the racist and discriminatory politics that were practiced against black people in the past in America--and up until a short time ago in South Africa.

"Here is the only solution," the idiot said. "The establishment of a fully sovereign and independent Palestinian state, with East Jerusalem as its capital along the lines of 1967."

Which, if those lines were established, would leave Israel totally vulnerable to the Muslim world that wants to see them pushed into the sea, so that "Palestine could be free."

It's a pipe dream to believe that if Israel simply gave up even more land, as it has always done to soothe the angry Muslim souls that demand it, to the Palestinians, that this would end all fighting. No, the Palestinians (aka Hamas) have made it very clear that the only good Jew is a dead Jew.

Israel's foreign ministry responded to the Turkish hypocrite saying that "Whoever systematically violates human rights in his country should not preach morality to the only true democracy in the region.

"Israel adheres strictly to full freedom of worship for Jews, Muslims and Christians--and will continue to do so in spite of this baseless slander."

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wasn't originally going to respond to Erdogan's speech, but after he heard the hypocrisy being vomited forth and widely reported by the media, he changed his mind.

Erdogan also warned President Trump that he'd better not dare move our embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, saying it would be "extremely wrong" and "ill advised."

"It is not a simple location change," Erdogan said. "Those who think that way are not aware of how delicate the balance is in the Holy Land."

Sure--but it was a lot more holy and tolerant before the Muslims came and destroyed churches and synagogues there and around the world.

And while Erdogan and his ilk preach Islamic peace and tolerance, theirs is the one religion that has never seen peace and never were tolerant, not even of different Islamic sects, much less other religions and cultures.

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