Saturday, 26 April 2014

Response to "Muslim 'mob' Attacks Jewish Children"

So this video entitled אימה על הר הבית המשטרה חסרת אונים ומוציאה את היהודים is circulating the net with claims that a Muslim mob attacked Jewish children - I skimmed the video and feel the claim is a bit of an exaggeration and the context of the Muslim irritation is unknown. However if any children were indeed attacked then this can not be accepted and must be denounced.

Of course nobody wants to see frightened children - be they Jewish, Muslim, Christian or whatever - but we must always keep things in perspective. There must have been something that agitated the Muslims (who are described as a mob - a bit of hyperbole there). The thing with this type of reporting is that both sides are never represented.

I, as a Muslim, condemn any wrong committed by the Muslims but at the same time I'm really not interested in seeing this incident being used as a propaganda tool to make the Jews out to be the victims of Palestinian aggression - those propaganda days are over. We all know who the bigger aggressor is - it's Israel.

I wonder what rabbi Baruch Efrati, the rabbi who hopes Europe is Islamized, thinks of this.

Israel National News: Several dozen hareidi Jews, including children, ascended the Temple Mount Wednesday. In the course of the tour of the Mount, Muslims began hurling objects at the hareidim, spat at them, hurled shoes and sticks and pulled the sidelocks of one of the children. The raging Muslim mob terrified some of the children, who began to panic. At one point one of the Jewish men seeks to reassure the frightened children. “Don’t be afraid! Don’t be afraid! This is our place!” he said, referring to the Mount, the holiest site in Judaism.
 The Temple Movement blamed police for failing to disperse the Muslim attackers.

May Allah bring peace to the Middle East. May Allah protect the Palestinians from Zionist attacks. May Allah guide the Muslims in Palestine so they behave justly with the Jews and never oppress them. Ameen.

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