How And Why Does Israel Have So Much Power?

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Israel has so much power..yet..hmmm...they can’t even keep the Temple Mount open for their people to go whenever they want. What’s wrong with this picture?

The site is closed every year on the last days of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, which this year falls out at the same time as Jerusalem Day, which is on June 1.
https://www.jta.org/quick-reads/jews-will-be-barred-from-temple-mount-on-jerusalem-day


August 11, 2019 / JNS) Riots erupted on the Temple Mount on Sunday, as Muslims celebrating Eid al-Adha (“Festival of Sacrifice”) attempted to prevent Jews from entering. Police ultimately pushed back against the protesters to allow a record-breaking number of Jews to visit the site.
https://www.jns.org/temple-mount-opened-briefly-for-tisha-bav-amid-muslim-riots/
 





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Yet, the Jews can’t go up to the their Holy Site the Temple Mount because the muslims riot or their Holy day is the same day as a Jewish one so the Muslims come first? How can I believe Israel has any power then? The only power they seem to have is to stop fuel or retaliate occasionally.

If the palestinian’s hadn’t sent the incendiary balloons over they probably would have had their fuel. Wonder if they ever think of that?

COGAT announced on Tuesday that it will stop the transfer of fuel into Gaza in response to incendiary balloons.
At least 19 fires, believed to have been caused by incendiary balloons from Gaza, broke out in the South over Wednesday.

https://m.jpost.com/Israel-News/19-incendiary-balloon-fires-reported-in-South-593801
 





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How Israel's Labor Party Engineered the Illegal Jewish Colonies in Palestine

"Shortly after the war, Israel sought to fortify its occupation, firstly by rejecting peace overtures made by Egypt’s new president, Anwar Sadat, starting as early as 1971, and secondly, by unleashing settlement construction throughout the West Bank and Gaza.

The early settlements had strategic military purposes, for the intent was to create sufficient facts on the ground to alter the nature of any future peace settlement; hence, the Allon plan, named after Yigal Allon, a former general and Labor party minister in the Israeli government who took on the task of drawing an Israeli vision for the newly conquered Palestinian territories.

The plan sought to annex more than 30 per cent of the West Bank and all of Gaza for “security purposes”. It stipulated the establishment of a “security corridor” along the Jordan River as well outside the “Green Line,” a one-sided Israeli demarcation of its borders with the West Bank. The plan envisioned the incorporation of the Gaza Strip into Israel and was meant to return parts of the West Bank to Jordan as a first step toward implementing the “Jordanian option” for Palestinian refugees, i.e. ethnic cleansing coupled with the creation of an ‘alternative homeland’ for Palestinians.

The plan failed, but not in entirety. Palestinian nationalists ensured that no alternative homeland was ever to be realised, but the seizure, ethnic cleansing and annexation of occupied land was a resounding success. What was also important and consequential is that the Allon plan provided an unmistakable signal that the Labor government of Israel had every intention of retaining at least large parts of the West Bank and all of Gaza, and had no intention of honouring United Nations Security Council Resolution 242."
 





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Yet, the Jews can’t go up to the their Holy Site the Temple Mount because the muslims riot or their Holy day is the same day as a Jewish one so the Muslims come first? How can I believe Israel has any power then? The only power they seem to have is to stop fuel or retaliate occasionally.
Now this is one worth asking. Why is it that the Jews (and Christians) are forbidden from praying on the Temple Mount?

The Jews allow the WAQF to enforce a “status quo” but in what way is either fairness or logic served by the present arrangement?
 





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Uhh...maybe the problem isn't so much with Israel as with the clear bias of a RUSSIAN "news" outlet, and an unattributed editorial posted by/under the aegis same. Trump may be an asshat with the emotional intelligence of an apricot, but he does his own thinking. He operates by his own agenda...whatever the hell that might be.
 





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The same thing happened with Iraq so I can't see Iran being any different:

It’s Disturbingly Easy to Buy Iraq’s Archeological Treasures
U.S. forces invaded the country 15 years ago this week—and left behind a booming trade in looted artifacts:
https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2018/03/iraq-war-archeology-invasion/555200/

However, as Donald Rumsfeld said when it was happening with Iraq, y'know "stuff happens" :rolleyes:
From the article:
But even aside from looting, some of the Iraqi artifacts that stayed in the country were badly damaged by the U.S. invasion. The Babylonians’ famous Ishtar Gate, built in 575 BC south of Baghdad and excavated in the early 1900s, offers a stark example. In 2003, U.S. forces established a military camp right in the middle of the archeological site. A 2004 study by the British Museum documented the “extremely unfortunate” damage this caused. About 300,000 square meters were covered with gravel, contaminating the site. Several dragon figures on the Ishtar Gate were damaged. Trenches were cut into ancient deposits, dispersing brick fragments bearing cuneiform inscriptions. One area was flattened to make a landing pad for helicopters; another made way for a parking lot; yet another, portable toilets.

“It is regrettable that a military camp of this size should then have been established on one of the most important archaeological sites in the world,” the study noted. “This is tantamount to establishing a military camp around the Great Pyramid in Egypt or around Stonehenge in Britain.”

This makes me really mad. All this destruction and for what? All based on a lie. One often sees ignorant comments online about how Iraqis or other Middle-Easterners are stone-age people. Completely ignorant of the fact that this is a culture that is far older and richer than that of those making such comments. While those ignorant commenters don’t have a public face, Erik Prince does, he said:

"the chanting barbarians American troops had been sent to liberate"

Iam sure if Nebuchadnezzer came to life today, he’d be mad as hell. The Ishtar Gate is a real loss.
Reading that most of the sites are in the south, I thought that was interesting because:
In his book The Shape of Things to Come, H.G. Wells forecasted a global conference in the southern Iraqi city of Basra that would lead to the birth of a world government

Furthermore, in regard to the Clean Break Report,
In Paul Wolfowitz's words, "The road to peace in the Middle East goes through Baghdad."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Clean_Break:_A_New_Strategy_for_Securing_the_Realm

In otherwords, the "peace" that the NWO is going to usher in...
 





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Now this is one worth asking. Why is it that the Jews (and Christians) are forbidden from praying on the Temple Mount?

The Jews allow the WAQF to enforce a “status quo” but in what way is either fairness or logic served by the present arrangement?
You must be referring to the present occupation of East Jerusalem?

There happens to be this little thing called international law. Military conquest has been condemned since the 1920's. East Jerusalem is UN mandated Palestinian territory. So is the West Bank along with the prison camp they've instituted known as Gaza. As I've said, Zionist inventions and prophesies hold no weight against world law.

"The international community considers the establishment of Israeli settlements in the Israeli-occupied territories illegal under international law, violating Article 49 of the Fourth Geneva Convention of 1949 which states: "The Occupying Power shall not deport or transfer parts of its own civilian population into the territory it occupies." Israel maintains that it is not in violation of the Fourth Geneva Convention since, in its view, Israeli citizens were neither deported nor transferred to the territories, and they cannot be considered to have become "occupied territory" since there had been no internationally recognized legal sovereign prior. The United Nations Security Council, the United Nations General Assembly, the International Committee of the Red Cross, the International Court of Justice and the High Contracting Parties to the Convention have all affirmed that the Fourth Geneva Convention does apply."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_law_and_Israeli_settlements

There's probably no point in posting the facts about the opinion of the world community. The Israeli government and their possessed defenders are rabid, bloodthirsty thieves. They want Mochiach now- whether further illegal invasions or even nuclear war... they have no care for anyone but themselves.
 





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Israel Carries Out Stikes on Syria, Lebanon, and Iraq
...and Palestine

"The recent increase of Israel military actions across the region accidentally came ahead of the election into Israel’s Knesset in September 2019. It seems that once again the current Israeli leadership is escalating the situation in the region to secure a local political victory."

Israel Has Attacked Lebanon and Syria- So What?

"Lebanon is so fragmented by race, religion, social status, that it cannot stand on its feet. Turkish powerplant platforms are providing energy. Infrastructure has collapsed. Filth is everywhere. Cynical corruption consumes everything. But exhibitionism and showing off never stop. Money is there only for hedonistic clubs and sojourns to Nice. Hezbollah is the only institution which cares about the welfare of all Lebanese people; the only force ready to defend the country against foreign interventions. Israel and the West know it. And they are doing all they can to destroy Hezbollah..."

"...Israel justifies everything by its ‘defense’. Any outrageous attack, any bombing, is always ‘preventive’. The world has become used to it, by now. The world is doing nothing to stop it."
 





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