Notre Dame and Al-Aqsa

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As pointed out by @Hooligan69, Al-Aqsa was burning as the same time as Notre Dame. While many pointed out that not everything was a conspiracy and that a fire is not always arson, one of the most important places of islam was burning while one of the most famous cathedral was also burning half a world away, again, at the same time.

What I've seen is that lots of people have been blaming the muslims on Notre Dame, but I haven't seen the repercusions of Al-Aqsa yet, and I don't believe that any muslim in his/her right mind would burn it down. While I know some brazilian sects that would gladly burn both places they are1 far too weak to do this :)

What I question is... wich group would benefit from this? The Jews? While many of us would also point to them it seems way too obvious. A false flag maybe. I really believe there is a fourth party at work1 here
 





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Thank you Mr. Anderson, one would think that people on a conspiracy site would be hip to how the satanists operate but I guess not for some. :) I think they are trying to shock people and ramp up hatred for Islam so that no one eventually cares when they drop Al Aqsa.

Notre Dame & Other Symbols Of Armageddon | Russell Brand
Russel Brand discusses the sense of loss and impermanence that people feel when national symbols of achievements are burning. Also, that people are unnerved by the fragility of civilization when confronted with the image of the burning cathedral it exist as a sign of Armageddon.
The images of Notre Dame, Grenfell and The Twin Towers burning give us a sense of loss, impermanence and society falling apart.

 





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@DesertRose Russel Brand seems to be right on point about the political meaning of the cathedral & the other buildings as symbols of a nation, this I didn't realized. Also you guys on the forums might or might not be aware that we here in brazil had our quota of fires in 2018, when the national museum was burnt and we lost around 98% of the archives.

From what I've researched Al-Aqsa is considered the third holiest place of Islam, something related to Mecca & Medina, so I believe that this would be considered na attack to Islam akin to the cathedral being attacked also as a symbol of france. Both places burning at the same time, I sense a strong message being sent here.

Historically, France had St. Joan and she is seen as a symbol of both France and divine providence. Jerusalém and Al-Aqsa are both obvious importante places, so any of this kind of activity will send some kind of message.

Now some might still argue that this is coincidence but then... why would the News publish these incidentes this way? Why call attention to both places burning down at the same time? I might be overthinking this, or not :p

Also it seems that both places weren't damaged to the point of that any restoration would be possible, wich is pretty good.
 





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The Waqf has already said it was children playing with fire that were responsible for the blaze at Al Aqsa.
That's what I meant before with "why would the News publish these incidentes this way? Why call attention to both places burning down at the same time?". I've seen a news site reporting that it wasn't the al-aqsa, but somewhere nearby in the complex and about the children, but the source didn't seemed reliable. As I said, I might be overthinking this
 





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That's what I meant before with "why would the News publish these incidentes this way? Why call attention to both places burning down at the same time?". I've seen a news site reporting that it wasn't the al-aqsa, but somewhere nearby in the complex and about the children, but the source didn't seemed reliable. As I said, I might be overthinking this
Here's an article from what is billed as "the authentic voice of Palestine" that seem pretty legit.

Fire Breaks out at Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem
A fire broke out at Al-Marwani Prayer Room in the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound yesterday, at the same time as the world watched Paris’ iconic Notre Dame Cathedral engulfed in flames.​
Smoke could be seen rising from the Al-Marwani prayer rooms in Al-Aqsa Mosque, with firefighters tackling the blaze. Parts of the 2,000-year-old site are said to now be in danger as a result.​
Palestine news agency, Wafa, cited a guard as saying that,​
“The fire broke out in the guard’s room outside the roof of the Marwani Prayer Room, and the fire brigade of Jerusalem Islamic Waqf handled the matter successfully.”​
Al-Marwani prayer room is located underneath the south-eastern corner of the Al-Aqsa Mosque Compound (Haram Al Sharif).​
Investigations are now underway to discover what started the fire, which some have said may have been caused by children who were playing in the area.​
France’s famous Notre Dame Cathedral was devastated yesterday after a fire engulfed the 850-year-old building, leading to its roof caving in. President Emmanuel Macron vowed to rebuild the UNESCO World Heritage site with help from the international community.​
Those pesky kids.