Tuesday, February 03, 2009

Salah: Zionist conference in Jerusalem aims at building the alleged temple

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)-- The prominent Muslim leader in the 1948-occupied Palestinian lands Sheikh Raed Salah has warned Sunday that the Zionist conference that was held in the occupied city of Jerusalem had asserted Israel's intentions to build the alleged Temple on the ruins of the Aqsa Mosque.

In press statements he made in reaction to the said conference, Salah described the meeting as a "failed attempt" from the Jewish organizers to lift morale of the Zionist institution that dropped to low levels after the defeat in Gaza battle.

However, Salah cautioned that the conference bears bad omens to Jerusalem and Muslim and Christian holy shrines in it, warning of possible "foolish" acts the Israeli occupation government might possibly take against the Aqsa Mosque.

He also pointed out that the Israeli excavations under the Aqsa Mosque reached alarming levels, quoting testimonies of Palestinian residents dwelling near the Mosque that they noticed suspicious Israeli activities and sounds of excavations under parts of the Aqsa Mosque.

Moreover, the Muslim leader opined that the purpose behind the bloody Israeli aggression on Gaza was also targeting the Aqsa Mosque and the occupied city of Jerusalem based on the fact that the Palestinian resistance was the only stumbling block before the Israeli schemes against the city.

In this regard, Salah called on Arab and Muslim nations not to give chance to the Israeli plots to succeed, and added that they should always be ready to foil any Israeli measure in this direction


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