Nov
02

Bibi is Right on the Temple Mount

  Sunday - November 2, 2014 8:07 PM EST

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Excerpt from this day’s program:

…A dangerous mistake. Our Sages never enjoined us to unnecessarily provoke the goyim, and Netanyahu clearly understands that the nuclear core of our war for survival is the Temple Mount because that is the heart of the matter; the heart of the Arab resistance to Jewish life resurrected in Jerusalem and all of Eretz Yisrael. It is a religious struggle; the underlying, intellectual scaffold of my book. Palestinian Nationalism is a phantom, a will o’ the wisp, a verbal imagination of no substance or truth. It has always been camouflage for the underlying energy which has always been religious. Caroline B. Glick in her book The Israel Solution and in a recent column fingered Haj Amin al-Husseini, Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, as the father of Palestinian Nationalism and she could not be further from the historical record. His entire philosophy was that there was no Palestine. It was all southern Syria and the capital of Syria was Damascus, with Jerusalem a secondary settlement, certainly not the capital of a country called Palestine. His line was the exact of today’s Arab line which we heard last week. There will be no peace until there is an independent Balestinian state with Jerusalem as its eternal capital, which I pointed out at that time was sheer plagiarism, almost word for word spoken by a series of Israeli prime ministers who said Jerusalem is the Jewish people’s eternal capital. In truth, in the 1920s, 30s, 40s, 50s, Haj Amin, leader of the Arabs in Eretz Yisrael was adamant that there was no such country. For him, the self-proclaimed holy man/Muslim priest, the Zionists were Jews in revolt against their status as dhimmi, which rebellion had to be put down, for Islamic reasons having nothing to do with a thing called Balestinian nationalism…

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