Why Jews Aren’t Allowed to Pray at the Holiest Site in Judaism — on The Glazov Gang

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This special edition of The Glazov Gang was joined by Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center who writes the blog The Point at Frontpagemag.com.

Daniel discussed Why Jews Aren’t Allowed to Pray at the Holiest Site in Judaism, unveiling the ugly world of Muslim segregationist racism – and the world’s indifference.

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2 thoughts on “Why Jews Aren’t Allowed to Pray at the Holiest Site in Judaism — on The Glazov Gang”

  1. Can we all say “completely insane double standards”, uh, kill?

    Well, I guess not. So 7th century “standards” prevail. Very, er, progressive.

  2. Muslims conveniently say the Dome of the Rock is their most holy site because it’s where their prophet Muhammad left for a night journey through the Seven Heavens and back to Jerusalem the same night. The Muslims say Muhammad left the Dome of the Rock on Al Buraq, a mythical creature with the body of a horse, the head of a woman, and a peacock’s tail.

    The Temple Mount is a part of Jerusalem that was conquered by a Muslim invasion. It was ethnically cleansed of Jews. The synagogue was blown up. I think the “night journey” by Muhammad on the al buraq creature was made up in an effort to make the conquered site a Muslim holy site and aim to make it forever unavailable for Jews to access for prayer. I wish I could post a picture of this silly horse that supposedly brought Muhammad through 7 heavens and back to Jerusalem. Very child-like imagination is involved. Were Muslim Arabs the source of the magic carpet imagery that was in cartoons in the 50s, along with the genie in the lamp?

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