Monday, August 6, 2007

Tolerance and Respect?

The Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem
Still a Center of Worship for all Mohammedans under the care and protection of the Jews of Israel.

As Opposed to:

The Bamiyan Statues of the Buddha had stood in Afghanistan for over 1500 years. These priceless works of religious art were one of the most beautiful and venerated examples of Buddhist spiritual creativity and an unparalleled physical and architectural achievement by any standard.

Nowhere else in the world was there an example of religious statuary on such a magnificent and breathtaking scale.

But, under the tolerance and mercy of the Mohammedans, they were turned into rubble.

An early and, unfortunately unheeded, wake-up call to the entire world as to the eventual fate of ALL non-Islamic holy sites if the dark shadow of Islam should envelop, unopposed, the rest of the civilized world. It is an especially revealing facet of this tragedy, rather this atrocity, that not one Islamic country, organization or individual among the oil-soaked Mohammedan world offered to aid in the restoration or recarving of these priceless religious artifacts.

In stark opposition to the naked hatred and intolerance shown to the Bamiyan Buddhas, stands the unprecedented care and respect the Jews of Israel have shown to the third holiest site in the Mohammedan world . . . the Al Aqsa Mosque . . . which stands on the site of both the First Temple, built by Solomon and the Second temple built by King Herod. The holiest sites in Jewish history and where the spirit of the G-d of Israel resided.

Even though those who now worship in this mosque are fanatically dedicated to the destruction if Israel, the Jews cannot, and will not, desecrate this house of the god of their enemies.

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