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Saturday, October 12, 2013

Toronto: Muslim Brotherhood Installs Massive Model Of Dome Of The Rock In Downtown City-Owned Community Centre

....Why is a model of the Dome of the Rock on display at a city venue? Well the Scadding Court events calendar informs us that Muslim Association of Canada and their branch office the Masjid Toronto are hosting an Eid Al-Adha Community Lunch on October 20. The liberation of Jerusalem's Temple Mount which contains both the Dome of the Rock and Al Aqsa Mosque is central to the Muslim Brotherhood's goal of Israel's destruction. The Muslim Association of Canada is a Muslim Brotherhood Front Group and makes no bones about its allegiance.

More at BLAZING CAR FUR

Plus...take a look at whose money is going to support this travesty. And if you guessed yours, you were for the most part correct.


12 comments:

Anonymous said...

You're being a bit overwrought, don't you think? The Dome on the Rock is a fairly important place for Muslims. Depicting it in now way is a call for the destruction of Israel.

Richard K said...

Funny how they didn't seem to care about it all that much before Israel conquered it, eh?

Anonymous said...

Do you have any evidence to back up your claim? In fact, the Dome of hte Rock has been very important for hundreds of years to not only Muslims but Jews (notwithstanding the current drive by extremists to demolish it). The mausuleum of Sulemein the Great is modelled after it for instance (hint: that was built several centuries before the creation of the state of Israel) and, in fact, the Rumbach Street synagogue in Budapest's design is an homage to it. There's also this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Dome_of_the_Rock,_1546_.jpg

Richard K said...

Yeah, sure. Here's a picture of how "important" and well-maintained the al aqsa Mosque was before the Israelis conquered East Jerusalem

http://www.theaugeanstables.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Dome_Of_The_Rock-19542-1024x706.jpg

Anonymous said...

You're being misleading as that picture is from 1954. "In 1955, an extensive program of renovation was begun by the government of Jordan, with funds supplied by the Arab governments and Turkey. The work included replacement of large numbers of tiles dating back to the reign of Suleiman the Magnificent, which had become dislodged by heavy rain. In 1965, as part of this restoration, the dome was covered with a durable aluminum bronze alloy made in Italy, that replaced the lead exterior. The restoration was completed in August 1964." ie the restoration was complete prior to the Israelis conquering East Jerusalem in 1967 - so your claim is wrong. And if you want proof - this is what the Dome looked like in June 1967 when Israel conquered it. Or are you suggesting that the soldiers fixed it all up in a few hours? http://static.guim.co.uk/Guardian/news/gallery/2007/jun/04/internationalnews.israel/GD3512293@11-Jun-1967,-Jerusale-5573.jpg

Anonymous said...

It's hilarious that the website you found that picture of doesn't mention the fact that the picture was taken the year before renovations began and that they were completed before 1967. But I guess if you get your information from propaganda websites you shouldn't be surprised if they exclude facts that don't fit their narrative.

Anonymous said...

In other words, in response to your claim "Funny how they didn't seem to care about it all that much before Israel conquered it, eh?" - yeah, they cared for it so little that they completely renovated and restored it after it had fallen in disrepair in the years covering World War I, the British occupation and the first Arab-Israeli war.

Richard K said...

Yeah, here's another picture from the day it was captured, but unlike the one you used, shows the courtyard, where it's clear nothing happened from the time of the picture I posted the first time.

http://www.jewishjournal.com/images/articles/his_six-day-war-1_584.jpg

And where are all the references in Islamic literature to it before 1967? Why did the Islamic Ottoman Empire neglect it?

Because they only care about it when someone other than Muslims have it.

And you must be quite unaware of the symbolism of that mosque and its reference to the reconquering of Israel in contemporary Islamic lore.

Either that or you have no interest in being truthful.

Anonymous said...

Well, it does look like it is made of burnable material.
Heltau

Anonymous said...

The building was restored and your point is about landscaping? Talk about missing the forest for the trees. Richard, you're intellectually dishonest. You incorrectly claimed that Arabs didn't care about it before 1967 and I proved that wrong by pointing out that the building was completely renovated and restored in the years between the picture you used and 1967. You were wrong and you're too dishonest to concede that.

Richard K said...

Your idea of "completely renovated" is different than that of a normal person.

And that still doesn't account for the centuries of lack of interest, or haven't you figured that one out yet?

And as far as dishonesty goes, you are still being thoroughly dishonest by denying the unique symbolism of that mosque. It's one of the "Victory" mosques the Muslims built on another people's most sacred religious shrine. They make quite a habit of that, as the Hindus can tell you, or the people in Hebron, or in Constantinople, etc, etc.

al aqsa represents a major defeat to them and it sticks in their craw really badly. If you deny that, you're either completely ignorant on the subject or lying.

Try listening to one of Daffy Zaffy Bangash's speeches

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ACTuSvFJaI

or that mental case Lauren Booth

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2D8g_1ZjH6c

Anonymous said...

It's down the list...one has to wonder why they didn't choose a more important Muslim place. Could it be they want to conquer Jerusalem and remove the Jews? The answer is yes.