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The Arabic language news site Panet reported on a Jewish demonstrating on Israeli Independence Day, which was observed on Tuesday.
(Tip Credit: The Kashnikover Rebbe)
Google Translate's version of the article in English is below. Although much improvement is needed, you can actually get the gist of it. I highlight a few suspicious (ie. nonobjective) words in red bold which stand out to me, and provide my Esser Agaroth (2¢) below. Even if most of these words which stand out have been translated in accurately here, the taint is there.
The demonstrators all appear positive and upbeat. Some smiles, but no sour faces, and without even a hint of an aggressive pinky finger. But, don't take my word for it. I have posted only a few of the photos here. I suggest that you check out the rest of photos and video which were posted by the Arab press itself.
April 16, 2013
Circulated Mahmoud Abu Atta of "Al-Aqsa Foundation" issued a press release to the media and got a copy of it to Annette and newspaper Panorama, said:
|"Does it bother you that this is on the T-shirt?|
Why doesn't it bother you that this is on HaShem's Mount?"
|Green Poster: "Jewish prayer on the Temple Mount!"|
White Poster: "Jewish independence on the Temple Mount!"
|Yellow Poster: "The Kotel is the parking lot. The Mount is the House [Temple]."|
Purple Flag: "HaShem is The King."
Esser Agaroth (2¢):
Settlers? Well, either that's the word they like to use as a pejorative for the sake of the so-called "international community," or they believe that all Jews residing in Israel are settlers.
|PA "President" Mahmud Abbas (Abu Mazen) and the Arabs want ALL of Israel.|
The word "occupation" was thrown around, suggesting their belief that the Temple Mount is "occupied" by Jews. Even though Torah-observant Jews are not allowed the "freedom of religious expression," every other religious group in Israel seems to receive. Even their own words above "...and give the Israelis the performance of rituals Talmudic inside Aqsa without limitation or restriction," indicates that we do not already have these rights.
Falsehood? Judaization? Arab attempts at revisionist history (ie. lies).