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Israel plants artifacts from "the period of the alleged Temple"

Headline: "Occupation authorities have started new excavations at the Umayyad Palaces, in the southern [part of] Al-Aqsa Mosque"
"In June last year [2011], Israeli officials opened the area of the Umayyad Caliphate palaces in the southern [part of] the Al-Aqsa Mosque… and planted new archaeological artifacts that were not previously there, as antiquities from the period of the alleged Temple. … Director of the Wadi Hilweh Information Center, Jawad Siyam, said: '… A year ago, antiquities were stolen and taken to the [Israeli Parliament} Knesset and to Israeli museums, and a large stone from the Umayyad Palaces was transferred to the Knesset building. The aim is clear – they want to invent false and refuted evidence with the aim of connecting them [the artifacts] to the so-called Davidic period, but they failed, and will continue to fail."

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