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FUTURE OF AL AQSA and AL QUDS
#61
EVERY MOVE OF THE ISRAELI ZIONIST CRIMINAL SETTLER  STATE CAN ONLY BE DESCRIBED AS PURE UNADULTERATED EVIL . FIRSTLY THEY DENY THE ACTIONS OF AN ELITE ISRAELI ZIONIST SNIPER SQUAD TARGETTING THE AL JAZEERA REPORTER BY ASSASSINATION. A TV REPORTER WHOSE ONLY CRIME WAS DOING HER JOB TO REPORT ON THE WAR CRIMES AGAINST HER PEOPLE BY A CRUEL OPPRESSIVE FORCE. THEN THEY VIOLENTLY ATTACK THE PALLBEARERS TAKING THE MARTYR'S COFFIN FROM AN OCCUPIED EAST JERUSALEM HOSPITAL.

WHILST THE AMERICAN, EUROPEAN AND VATICAN BACKERS OF THIS EVIL ENTITY  STAND PROUDLY BY THEIR UNCONTROLLED MONSTER. WHEN NATURAL JUSTICE DESCENDS ON THIS EVIL FORCE IT WILL ONLY REAP WHAT IT HAS SOWN. IT HAS ONLY ONE WAY TO GO AND THAT IS DOWN. THIS IS ANOTHER REMINDER THAT THIS EVIL DAJALLIC DEMONOCRATIC ENTITY IS DIGGING IT'S OWN GRAVE DEEPLY AND WIDELY.


ISRAELI FORCES ATTACK MOURNERS CARRYING CASKET OF ABU AKLEH

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#62
QUDS DAY
Tens of thousands march in solidarity with Palestinians


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#63
MAY 29TH 1967 MAYBE A DAY THAT ZIONISTS CELEBRATE IN THEIR VICTORY IN THE 1967 6 DAY WAR IN CONQUERING JERUSALEM.  BUT IT IS ALSO THE DAY MUSLIMS CELEBRATE IN MAY 29 1453 WHEN THERE WAS ONE OF THE GREATEST DAYS IN MUSLIM MILITARY HISTORY WHEN CONSTANTINE WAS OPENED BY SULTAN MEHMET FATIH AND ENDED BYZANTINE RULE AND REPLACING IT WITH OTTOMAN RULE EVER SINCE. THE INTERPLAY OF THE FUTURE DESTINY OF QUDS AND CONSTANTINA  IS NOT OVER AND NEEDS REVIEWING.









FAR RIGHT ISRAELI ATTACKS HIGHLIGHT JERUSALEM DAY REALITY
Ultra-nationalist Israelis violently confronted Palestinians both during and after the ‘flag march’ on Sunday.
https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2022/5/30...ay-reality



ULTRA NATIONALIST JEWS STORM AL AQSA AHEAD OF ISRAELI FLAG MARCH
Thousands of Israeli police deployed ahead of the annual march in occupied East Jerusalem’s Old City.
https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2022/5/29...flag-march



ISRAEL APPROVES FAR RIGHT MARCH IN OCCUPIED EAST JERUSALEM
https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2022/5/18...-jerusalem


WHY IS EAST JERUSALEM’s DAMASCUS GATE A HOTSPOT
FOR TENSIONS ?
https://www.aljazeera.com/features/2022/...ascus-gate



AL-AQSA MOSQUE :
FIVE THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
https://www.aljazeera.com/features/2017/...ed-to-know



CAN 'STATUS QUO' OF JERUSALEM'S OLD CITY BE PRESERVED?








WHY ISRAEL’s DOOMSDAY NATIONALISTS WANT TO DESTROY THIS





WHAT IS THE ISRAELI ULTRA NATIONALST ‘FLAG MARCH?




JERUSALEM: EXISTENCE IS RESISTANCE 



BAIT AL MUQADDAS MODEL IN AFGHANISTAN




Allah ky Azaab Ka Ishara Hogya Anqreeb in ky Sath Kya Hony Ja Rha hy




FROM CONSTANTINOPLE TO DELHI
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#64
TIME TO REVIVE THE MEMORY OF SHAM AS WORLD WAR  RISES ON THE HORIZON ONCE AGAIN. TIME TO CHART OUT THE FORTHCOMING TRAJECTORY.




WWI THROUGH ARAB EYES   Episode 1







PALESTINE 1920: THE OTHER SIDE OF THE PALESTINIAN STORY 
Al Jazeera World Documentary






HOW ZIONISTS CAME TO PALESTINE UNDER BRITISH PROTECTION 







LOST CITIES OF PALESTINE : HAIFA, NAZARETH AND JAFFA








AL-NAKBA : 70 YEARS OF EXILE




HOW DID THE NAKBA HAPPEN ?




AL-NAKBA: THE PALESTINIAN CATASTROPHE
Episode 1





Episode 3



Episode 4




AL-NAKBA DEBATE  
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#65
WHO IS ITAMAR BEN GVIR ?
AND WILL HE BE ISRAEL's NEXT KINGMAKER ?





WHAT WILL A NETANYAHU RETURN MEAN FOR ISRAEL?







THE NEW JEWISH STATE IN THE LEVANT :
A FANATICS LED NUCLEAR POWER


Israel is about to get the most extreme government in the country’s history. But there are limits to what it can do.

Marwan Bishara
https://www.aljazeera.com/opinions/2022/...lear-power

Israel’s colonial democracy has given birth to a potentially more extreme type of ‘Jewish state’ akin to a more sophisticated and modern version of the ‘Islamic state’. But unlike ISIL which was conceived in and defeated by war, Israel is the only nuclear power in the Middle East today.

The fanatics, fascists, and far-right fantasists, who won this week’s elections in Israel, are about to form the most openly extreme government in the country’s history. It is sure to include the Jewish state’s new rising star Itamar Ben-Gvir — a violence-spewing, Palestinian-hating radical on whose support the government will stand.


A majority of religious nationalists and ultraorthodox parties in government, the first in Israel’s history, would want to transform the Jewish state towards a theocracy that lives by the Halacha (Jewish law) and finish colonising the entirety of Palestine, come what may.
But could they? What can they do in reality that their predecessors have not done already, in terms of exacting death and destruction, and further expanding the illegal Jewish settlement in Palestine?

Benjamin Netanyahu, who will likely form and lead the new coalition government, knows from his experience as Israel’s longest-serving prime minister that there is a limit on how far Israel can go before it starts to meet fierce Palestinian and Arab resistance. Any further, and Israel could also lose support in Europe and the United States; support that is indispensable to its security and regional standing.

He has previously preferred incremental steps to radical measures that could alienate Israel’s main backers and its new regional partners. Netanyahu may therefore try to curb his partners’ eagerness to annex the occupied West Bank and ethnically cleanse it of its Palestinian inhabitants.

But then again, it is doubtful whether he will be able to tame these religious fanatics, knowing all too well they have a hold over the survival of his premiership; his only guarantee to stay out of prison, after having been indicted for serious corruption charges. I think the genie is finally out of the bottle.

The elections have opened a Pandora’s box that may well take Israelis to the dark side. They have exposed the fragility of Israel’s peculiar liberality as a colonial state, and unmasked the pervasive fanaticism among the majority of the electorate after decades of unfettered military occupation.

The unruly pronouncements of Netanyahu’s scandalous new partners reflect the prevailing beliefs among the majority of Israel’s right-wing parties, including his own Likud, that have ruled the country for the past few decades. But now that they are boasting of Jewish supremacy out in the open, it is harder for Netanyahu’s hasbara to conceal their — or his — racism from the rest of the world.


After all, it was Bibi, as Netanyahu is known, who back in August midwifed the union of two or three small fanatic parties, to ensure they maximise the number of their seats and join his future coalition government. They did exceedingly well: The Religious Zionist Party won 14 seats. Its legislators include Ben-Gvir.


Netanyahu’s two other coalition partners, the ultraorthodox Jewish parties, Shas and UJT, which are as socially regressive and politically fanatic, won 18 seats. Together with the 32 far-right Likud members, they command a comfortable like-minded majority of 64 seats in the 120-member Knesset.

Emboldened by the new mandate, the ever-smug Netanyahu could skip the incremental strategy that he embraced thus far, in favour of a maximalist agenda. Domestically, that
could include him trying to control the judiciary and other levers of the state, and further marginalising Israel’s Palestinian minority. Regionally, it could involve annexing occupied territories and bombing Iran’s nuclear facilities, at the risk of facing international backlash and a war.

But will he?
Perhaps the answer lies in his recently published autobiography, written with re-election in mind. In this 733-page monstrosity, Bibi: My Story, Netanyahu repeatedly underlines the Iranian nuclear threat to Israel’s security and the need to take it out once and for all, and insists on the marginality of Palestine for normalising relations with the Arab world.
Like a broken record, he repetitively dismisses the “centrality of Palestine” to resolving the Arab-Israel conflict, and condemns all forms of nuclear diplomacy and any type of normalisation of relations with Iran as naïve and reckless.

He makes it clear that he is unabashed Machiavellian; that he worships power — hard power — and believes superior military power is the only way to achieve peace or security. A cruel narcissist, he is ready to do anything and everything to stay in office, including betraying his closest allies and partners.

Like all populists, he is rather delusional and conspiratorial. Although he is the longest-serving prime minister in the history of the state, Netanyahu claims in the book that throughout his career, the elites, the press, the judiciary, and the deep state — even American presidents — have been out to get him.

Bibi, the book, is all about chutzpah: Where Netanyahu — the victim of countless conspiracies — tells tantalising tales about Bibi the victor and vanquisher of all living enemies, real and imagined. But since the book is rife with lies, exaggerations and other mischaracterisations, it is a sure bet he is lying about himself and his family too, leaving the reader to read between and beyond the lines.

In that way, one may deduce what this tenaciously ambitious political animal stands for, but it is difficult to discern who he is; the real from the fictitious, the hallow from the hollow. It is as if there is nothing really there; nothing beyond the carefully packaged character and cliches.
Lacking all empathy, he will not let anyone or anything get in his way. Experience does not humble Netanyahu. On the contrary: With each chapter, he becomes cockier and more confident, talking about himself walking among the greats, shuttling between Washington and Moscow, as if he is the prophet of Israel, leader of a superpower — as if he is invincible.

That state of mind, coupled with his new victory, may well entice Netanyahu to act ever more aggressively in Palestine, and towards Iran and the region, in order to get Israel to reign supreme in the Middle East.  As he sees it, the United States is stupid and President Joe Biden is amenable and weak; the Arabs are divided and their leaders are cynical; the European Union is preoccupied with Ukraine and Russia at war; and China is busy with, well, China.
But I have got news for Bibi and his “baboons” – as the opposition referred to his supporters. Any such overreach is an assured blunder that risks a major blowback militarily, politically and on other fronts. Palestine will always remain a sacred symbol of injustice to the Arabs and central to resolving their conflict with Israel, despite the fact that a few leaders have turned their back on Palestinians to appease Washington. And last but not least, hubris invites disaster; any bombing of Iran’s nuclear facilities will only strengthen its regime and lead to a regional war with incalculable repercussions for Israel, the US and the Middle East. Always remember: The higher the rise the harder the fall.
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#66
DIGGING DEEPER INTO THE SIGNIFICANCE OF JORDAN AND THE HOLY LANDS IN END TIMES. MUST READ TO UNDERSTAND HISTORICAL AND CONTEMPORARY REALITIES.  






KEYS TO JERUSALEM
This book seeks to provide a brief overview of the history and religious significance of the Holy City of Jerusalem as a background to understanding the current legal and political status of the city.

https://rissc.jo/wp-content/uploads/2018...lem-EN.pdf
https://rissc.jo/keys-to-jerusalem/


THE HASHEMITE CUSTODIANSHIP OF JERUSALEM's
ISLAMIC AND CHRISTIAN HOLY SITES 1917–2020 CE
https://rissc.jo/the-jerusalem-whitepaper
https://rissc.jo/wp-content/uploads/2020...Ed_web.pdf

WHY SHOULD MUSLIMS VISIT AL MASJID AL AQSA?  
Dr Wasfi Kailani

https://rissc.jo/wp-content/uploads/2018...ailani.pdf


THE HOLY SITES OF JORDAN
https://rissc.jo/docs/turab/The-Holy-Sites-of-Jordan.pdf


THE PAPERS OF AL -SHARIF HUSSEIN BIN ALI
https://rissc.jo/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/The-Papers-of-al-Sharif-Hussein-bin-Ali-ebook.pdf
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