So… is this going to become an annual event?
Like, I don’t know, the Annual Festival of Provocation?
Because, if you’ve been following what’s been going on in Jerusalem, you’ll notice that this seems to be a copy-and-paste re-run of what went down at the Temple Mount pretty much *this exact same time* last year.
It was more or less this time last year that Israeli forces stormed the Al-Aqsa mosque… a provocation that set off a chain reaction that culminated in military bombardment of Gaza by Israel and Hamas firing rockets.
Fast forward a year and it’s deja vu time.
So one would have to assume the Israeli forces are trying to replicate the same sequence of events again now: up to and including what we must now assume will be the annual sports event with Hamas, where the two sides exchanges bombs and rockets for a few days.
Hamas being Israel’s creation, of course: since you can’t hold an annual sports event without at least two teams.
There’s no reason for Israeli forces to violate the Al-Aqsa mosque and attack worshippers otherwise. And, just like last year, it was done during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan. Though this year it also coincided with both Jewish Passover and Christian Easter – so, triple whammy, I guess (bonus points?).
Of course, we know *why* – in reality – Israeli forces are conducting these measured violations and provocations in the mosque. It’s all about eventually setting the stage for the longstanding (and openly stated) Zionist/nationalist agenda to seize and demolish the mosque so that the prophesied Third Jewish Temple can be built there on the Temple Mount.
Every time Israeli forces violate the mosque, they’re essentially saying ‘don’t be too comfortable here – we’re bulldozing this place soon’. I mean, it’s fairly obvious.
However, as I published here this time last year, there are other things in play in regard to Al-Aqsa, the Temple Mount and Jerusalem too.
One of them being Israel’s failed plot to overthrow the King of Jordan just weeks prior to last year’s raids on the Al-Aqsa – the King of Jordan being the official and legal custodian of the Al-Aqsa and much of the Old City. As discussed in that article, part of Jared Kushner‘s ‘peace plan’ for Israel seems to include a desire to wrest historical control of those sites from Jordan’s King Abdullah II and transfer that custodianship to Saudi Arabia.
We don’t need to cover all that information a second time: so, again, the article is here.
Every time Israeli forces violate the Al-Aqsa (where Abdullah’s grandfather, Hussein bin Ali – the founder of the Arab Revolt – is buried), they are provoking and/or testing the response/resolve of the Jordanian king.
I also discussed all of this – the plot against Jordan, the role of the Hashemite family in Jerusalem, the Israeli relationship to Hamas, etc – in an interview on William Ramsey’s podcast a year ago: which I’ve embedded the YouTube version of again here for anyone who never heard it the first time.
I also published these two PDFs: Jerusalem & the Holy War Psy-Op, Part I (April 2019: PDF) and Jerusalem & the Holy War Psy-Op, Part II (May 2019: PDF), exploring not only the Zionist agenda in regard to the Temple Mount, Jerusalem and Messianic prophecy, but also the highly significant Freemasonic and Knights Templar connections, and crucially how far-right and alt-right psy-ops have also been used in conjunction with this agenda.
Feel free to either read or download those PDFS and to distribute them as you see fit.