Among the most exciting moments in this process of Redemption is watching the pieces come together. Anyone can do this. (You don't have to be a prophet!) Just by being an observer of the human scene,...current events, talk radio, internet news and daily experiences,--all this can be eye-opening about how the Rebbe's prophecy is being fulfilled.

Monday, February 10, 2014

Jordanian Shiekh to PLO: "From where did you bring the name Palestine, you liars, you accursed..."

In 1992, the Lubavitcher Rebbe said that there will come a time when the Arabs will willingly give the Jewish people the land that G-d promised them. The sharp and truthful words of an outraged Arab leader may be a breakthrough toward this prophecy.

From a talk of the Rebbe, Torah portion Lech Lecha, 1992
“…according to all the signs, our generation is the last generation of the Exile and the first generation of the Redemption.”

It’s therefore timely to actually prepare immediately to “go forth from your land to the land that I show you” to acquire the complete Land of Israel, all the “ten lands” which is an eternal inheritance of the Jewish people since the covenant G-d made with Abraham. And the innovation now will be that we will obtain these “three lands” [note: lands over the Jordan in addition to the seven lands within Israel] in a pleasant way and a peaceful way, because in the time of Moshiach there will not be any wars, no strife etc., but the nations of the world will voluntarily give these lands to the Jewish people of their own free will."

Suggested by C.R.Seidman
Sheikh Ahmad Adwan: “Allah Gave the Land of Israel to the Jews”

A Jordanian Sheikh has recognized Jewish rights in the Holy Land, based on Islamic sources. Evidently, numerous classical Islamic sources recognize Israeli rights in the Holy Land and Jewish attachment to the Temple Mount.

Feb 05, 2014, 01:43PM | Rachel Avraham
Sheikh Ahmad Adwan
“There is no such thing as 'Palestine' in the Koran. Your demand for the Land of Israel is a falsehood and it constitutes an attack on the Koran, on the Jews and their land." - Sheikh Ahmad Adwan

Sheikh Ahmad Adwan, a Muslim scholar who lives in Jordan, recognized Israel’s historic right to live in the Holy Land on his personal facebook page, according to numerous Arabic media sources that were translated into English on the Elders of Zion blog. “I say to those who distort their Lord’s book, the Koran: From where did you bring the name Palestine, you liars, you accursed, when Allah has already named it “The Holy Land” and bequeathed it to the Children of Israel until the Day of Judgment,” the Sheikh stated.
“There is no such thing as 'Palestine' in the Koran. Your demand for the Land of Israel is a falsehood and it constitutes an attack on the Koran, on the Jews and their land. Therefore you won’t succeed, and Allah will fail you and humiliate you, because Allah is the one who will protect them (i.e. the Jews).”
The sheikh added harsh words in relations to human rights abuses within the Palestinian Authority: “The Palestinians are the killers of children, the elderly and women. They attack the Jews and then they use those (children, the elderly and women) as human shields and hide behind them, without mercy for their children as if they weren’t their own children, in order to tell the public opinion that the Jews intended to kill them.”
“This is exactly what I saw with my own two eyes in the 70’s, when they attacked the Jordanian army, which sheltered and protected them. Instead of thanking it (the Jordanian army), they brought their children forward to (face) the Jordanian army, in order to make the world believe that the army kills their children,” the Sheikh declared.  “This is their habit and custom, their viciousness, their having hearts of stones towards their children, and their lying to public opinion, in order to get its support.”
Islamic Support for Israel Belonging to the Jewish People
According to Robert Spencer, writing in the Middle East Forum, Sheikh Ahmad Adwan is not alone in his views.  He is backed up by classical Muslim sources.  British-based imam Sheikh Muhammad Al-Hussaini stated, “You will find very clearly that the traditional commentators from the eighth and ninth century onwards have uniformly interpreted the Koran to say explicitly that Eretz Yisrael has been given by God to the Jewish people as a perpetual covenant. There is no Islamic counterclaim to the Land anywhere in the traditional corpus of commentary.”  
Spencer cites that Hussaini bases his argument upon Qur'an 5:21 in which Moses declares: “O my people, enter the Holy Land which G-d has prescribed for you, and turn not back in your traces, to turn about losers.” He then refers to classical Qur'an commentator Muhammad ibn Jarir at-Tabari (838-923), who explains that this statement is “a narrative from God … concerning the saying of Moses … to his community from among the children of Israel and his order to them according to the order of God to him, ordering them to enter the holy land.”  
Classical Muslim religious sources also recognize a Jewish right to Jerusalem and state that the Al Aqsa Mosque is located exactly where King Solomon’s Temple used to exist.  David Barnett, writing for the Gloria Center: Global Research in International Affairs, stated that Abu Jafar Muhammad al-Tabari, who chronicled the seventh century Muslim conquest of Jerusalem, wrote that one day when Umar finished praying, he went to the place where “the Romans buried the Temple [bayt al-maqdis] at the time of the sons of Israel.”  In addition, eleventh century historian Muhammad Ibn Ahmad al-Maqdisi and fourteenth century Iranian religious scholar Hamdallah al-Mustawfi acknowledged that the al-Aqsa Mosque was built on top of Solomon’s Temple.”

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