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PA daily: "Al-Aqsa Mosque is subjected to the rampaging of the occupation... and to the absurdity of their mythological delusions"

Headline: “The purification of the Al-Aqsa Mosque”
Article from the culture section of the official PA daily by poet Al-Mutawakkil Taha
     “Hell has many gates, and the most dangerous gate is the gate of the alleged false Temple. When they pass through the streets in their heavy army boots, they shouted, as above every place where a prophet prayed or bowed there is an angel nearby. If we wish, victory is in our hands!

And insanity is preferable to cowardice, and whoever does not go crazy is a person who cannot be trusted. The viper glances at the eyes of the Al-Aqsa Mosque and blurs its senses. It almost submits, but it is greater than the mouth of the viper. And the blood is damp on the ground of Jerusalem.

And we will say: Enough! And the gods will smile on us. Our silence allowed the absurdity. And there is an ancient evil wandering the hills surrounding Jerusalem, and no one is monitoring it!
O confused listener. Do not hold your breath, and listen properly to the stones. Every time we shake the hand of the murderer, we are destroying the rocks and killing the trees. If Jerusalem is our prison, it is their grave. And your people, with its bare chest, breathing at your back, O Al-Aqsa Mosque.

How can a Muslim or Arab dare claim that he is a real Muslim, when the Al-Aqsa Mosque is subjected to violations, desecration, and extreme Biblical games? How can anyone open his mouth and say ‘I am an Arab’ while the Al-Aqsa Mosque is subjected to the rampaging of the occupation and its settlers and to the absurdity of their mythological delusions? Saladin (i.e., Muslim leader and Sultan of Egypt and Syria who defeated the Christian crusaders and conquered Jerusalem in 1187 CE) forbade himself to smile and was ashamed of everyone who laughed while the Al-Aqsa Mosque was held captive!…
The light that fills Jerusalem is not the light of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, but rather that of the fire that threatens it.”
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