#1 – Jerusalem’s Jewish History
Jerusalem has been a Jewish Holy city since the days of King David 3000 years ago. At that time the Arabs were still pagans who used to worship idols such as Al Uzza, Al Lat and Al Mannat at the Kaaba (Jahiliyya period).
#2 – Judaism Came Before Islam
Islam is the youngest among the 3 Monotheistic religions (est. 1400 years ago).
#3 – Not Everyone Thinks…
Some Muslims believe Jerusalem is an Islamic Holy site.
#4 – Temple Mount’s Stone Layers
In the year 638 CE the Muslims captured Jerusalem from the Byzantines and built a Mosque on top of the Jewish holy Temple site.
#5 – Prayer Direction
Jews pray facing Jerusalem and the Temple Mount while Muslims pray towards the city of Mecca in Saudi Arabia.
When Muslims pray in Jerusalem they point their behind to the Dome of the Rock and the Temple Mount.
#6 – An “Islamic Holy Site”?
Palestinians use the Temple Mount as a playground where they have picnics and play soccer.
#7 – Those Who Are Brave Enough Admit
Sari Nusseibeh, Palestinian professor and the president of the Al Quds University admits that the Temple Mount is a Jewish holy site. This was the last time Sari Nusseibeh was ever seen since he received threats from Palestinian extremists which made him go underground.
#8 – Vandalize Their Own “Holy” Site
Deep down the Palestinians know they are occupying a Jewish Holy site, and from time to time they start riots on the Temple mount which vandalize their own Mosque. The carpets are covered with rocks and broken chairs.
#9 – Even In The Quran
Jerusalem (Al Quds) is mentioned in the Quran: 0 times.
While in the Bible, Jerusalem is mentioned : 667 times.
But not ONLY Jerusalem is not mentioned in the Quran – “Palestine” is not mentioned either!
#10 – Prophecies That Came True
Surprisingly enough, the Holy Land is mentioned in the Quran as the land that was written by Allah to Israel and EVEN says that the Jews will return to their land.
“And we said after him to the Children of Israel: Dwell in the land, then, when the time of the second promise comes, we will bring you all together as a mixed crowd” (Quran 17:104)
Jews are coming back home from the diaspora:
“For I will take you from among the nations, gather you out of all countries, and bring you back into your own land” (Ezekeil 36:24)