Top Muslim Cleric in Jerusalem: “Al-Aqsa Has Been Islamic ‘Since the Creation of the World”

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SHAFAQNA – Echoing calls from the Neturei Karta, a Jewish group opposed to Israel’s Zionist policies against Palestinians and the State of Palestine, a top Muslim cleric in Jerusalem warned that none should and could deny Islam’s link to Al Aqsa Mosque.

“This is the Al-Aqsa mosque that Adam, peace be upon him, or during his time, the angels built,” the mufti said, referring to the fact that every prophet of God since the beginning of time were given God’s Word – the same immovable message of love, peace, and compassion.

 

The Palestinian Authority has accused the Israeli government of working to change prayer arrangements on the Temple Mount, known as the “status quo,” according to which Muslims are allowed to pray there, but Jews, Christians and other non-Muslims are allowed only to visit and not pray.

A symbol for mankind, Al Aqsa holy ground carries significance for all three Abrahamic religions.

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