Does it really matter if Al-Aqsa mosque is destroyed?

The sad fact is, it will only matter to a few. If it mattered – if it really mattered, then why are they doing so little to stop it being destroyed? I can well expect many more Muslims to protest AFTER it is destroyed, as opposed to the small number that portest it now. Why don’t these Muslims that would take to the streets and burn things connected to Israyhell? And what of the Palestinians, why be so vocal about a building despite it’s historical significance when it seems so few are willing to do anything about the Palestinian people who live there and have experienced horricif oppression for 60 years++. 

Fact is, Masjid Al-Aqsa is Solomons (rebuilt) temple. It is THE place of worship built on the ruins of the old place of worship for the very same purpose for conducting acts of worship to The Creator.

The Zionist movement (Nearly 16 million Zionist supporting (rebel/distorted theology)Jews some atheists some ‘white meat eaters’, and the 50 Million+ Christian Zionists – most in the US) want to destroy this real temple and build a different temple in its place. 

It’s quite clear what the whole basis of the alternative temple is for, not least by the fact the currently prevent people worshiping the One True God, but because they want to desroy one of the oldest an historically important places of worship to God. Isn’t there a prophey about all this?

Can you tell who it’s about yet?

But really, lets think about this. Say the temple had been destroyed yesterday. What would change in terms of the day to day rituals of Islam?

What about the Historical heritage in Saud occupied Arabia? A friend sent me this recently…

According to Irfaan Al-Alawi, the founder and director of the Islamic Heritage Research Foundation, more than 300 ‘antiquity sites’ of Makkah and Madinah have already been destroyed. Among the crimes of destruction and desecration committed by the Saudis are the following:

*   In 1998 the Qabr of Hadhrat Aaminah (radhiyallahu anha), the Mother of Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) was bulldozed and doused with gasoline.

*   “The birthplace of Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) came under threat 50 years ago, when the House of Saud decided to build a library over the site. The architect then persuaded the authorities to allow him to preserve the remains beneath the library. Now the authorities want to concrete over the site and turn it into a car park.”

*  The house of Hadhrat Khadijah (radhiyallahu anha), was demolished and public toilets built in its place.

*   The house  of Hadhrat Abu Bakr Siddique (radhiyallahu anhu) was demolished  to make way for the Hilton hotel.

*   The ancient Musjid of  Imaam Al-Uraid built more than 1200 years ago was demolished and presently it is a site for rubble.

* An ancient Musjid of Hadhrat Abu Bakr Siddique (radhiyallahu anhu) was demolished and  has been replaced by an ATM machine.

*  The holy and historic sites where the famous Battles of Badr and Uhd took place, have been converted into parking lots.

*  The Qabr and the Musjid of Rasulullah’s grandson have been dynamited.

*   The sacred Qabrustaan of Al-Mualla where members of Rasulullah’s Family are buried, is being submerged by sewage waste, and the authorities are not doing anything about it.

*  The Musjid of Abu Qubais was destroyed to make way for one of the king’s palaces.

*  Darul Arqam from where Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) propagated the Deen was demolished. Today the escalators are in its place.

These are a few of the numerous relics of Islam which successive Saudi regimes have destroyed. The few remaining  relics are all earmarked for destruction to transform Makkah and Madina into Las Vegas, Paris and New York.

Where are the outcries?

29 Responses to “Does it really matter if Al-Aqsa mosque is destroyed?”

  1. 1 b March 15, 2010 at 7:39 pm

    bullshit about the saudi thing i live in saudi and everything is there

    • 2 Anonymous March 15, 2010 at 9:24 pm

      urrrm everything around masjid al haram has been turnt into commercial wasteland. The hilton is there, the library is there

  2. 3 lwtc247 March 24, 2010 at 9:26 am

    @ Anon.
    I’ve seen a developers brochoure for the masjid. I wasn’t so happy with it, but I guess there is an arguement to ‘develop’ the area if it would facilitate worship and pilgrimage. Is destroying the heritage an ‘ok’ price?

    @ b
    I don’t live there, and havent been there yet, so now I have conflicting reports, but I do have quite a lot of friends who have been there. For some reason it never occured to me to ask them. How silly of me!

  3. 4 Ahmad Mokhzani April 6, 2010 at 11:37 am

    Bro Mike,

    Thanks a lot for the above information. The Saudi regime has done much in destruction of the Prophetic antiquity sites in Arabia.

  4. 5 lwtc247 April 6, 2010 at 1:51 pm

    Yeah. The House if Saud is a house of illegal squatters. I look forward to the day when they get booted out, especially if the history that I’ve read about them was true.

    Still, I will never tire of expressing my thanks to them for the fact they have a superb ongoing Qur’an publishing / translation operation, which despite ctitics saying it lifts quite a bit from Yuseff Ali’s translation, it was still a superb book. My first Qur’an I think.

    Sadly, my Arabic isn’t good enough (understatement) to understand the arabic text.

  5. 6 Rusila Abdul Razak April 19, 2010 at 1:20 am

    I can vouch the fact that the library on the site of Rasulullah’s (pbu)house is very tatty and poorly maintained and it is where sales of plastic bottles for containing holy zam zam can be seen meaning the authorities do not care with what goes on there. In fact, the new building housing the public tiolets next to the library is definitely more well maintained and grander.

    The argument that the Saud family is concerned with providing housing and space for worship for pilgrims is untenable because only the very very rich can afford to occupy the hotels built around Masjidil Haram and visit eating places there where a snack plate of KFC costs about US10. Ordinary pilgrims are being chased away to about 20 kilometers from Masjidil Haram to stay and eat. How then can they afford to go to and fro the Masjid several times a day! Eventually they will be forced to stay put in the Masjid. Do you think the authorities will allow this?

    I agree that the area around Masjidil Haram is becoming like Las Vegas. The way the development is happening there it is not reasonable,not intended to allow as many ordinary pilgrims to come any more. It has gone beyond what is cosidered “munasabah”.


  6. 7 Rusila Abdul Razak April 19, 2010 at 2:01 am

    To continue…

    It seems that the Saud family is being protected and allowed to continue living the kind of excessive lifestyles they enjoy doing. In return for this protection the protectors are allowed to take their oil, build and manage huge hotels and shopping complexes in and around Makkah and Madinah despite these being Haram land and assist in virtually destroying the meaning and essence of visiting the Holy Kaabah and the Masjidil Nabawi.

    And now these protectors want to destroy Masjidil Al Aqsa!

    How can this happen? Are not the god given riches of the world sited on lands belonging to the Muslims? I am ashamed that I can only lament and pray and doa to Allah SWT for help and guidance and for the means to do my bit to protect Islam. I ask myself will I leave my job my home and my family in Malaysia to join the protestors in attempting to save Al Aqsa…my answer is yes in the name of ALLAH SWT.

    • 8 lwtc247 May 2, 2010 at 1:51 pm

      Salam Rusila.
      My apologies for not replying earlier.

      Thank you for your testimony. Just to put forward a few more ideas, perhaps the authorities think something like this…

      1) The prophets house should be left untouched
      2) Other areas of Islamic history are better used to facilitate the pilgrims to Mecca Medina.
      3) They could simply not care or at worse want to destroy/shape/control Islam for their own purposes. If you read about this, The Caliphate, The Hijaz and the Saudi Wahabi Nation State, one may not discount the latter so easily.

      Its probably a mixture of all three with, as you indicate, loads of money flowing in between. It should be the RICH people, if anyone, who if needs must, be driven 20 miles out, as they are most able to afford it. The poor and the pilgrims have a hard enough time already. I really wonder what the Prophet would say about this. Would he be silent? God knows. From a face value point of view it really is terrible, but imagine the increased reward the poor would get compared to the rich!

      “I ask myself will I leave my job my home and my family in Malaysia to join the protestors in attempting to save Al Aqsa…my answer is yes in the name of ALLAH SWT.”

      I share your feelings. Let play what is called Devils advocate. The reason why I am doing this is because I myself am unsure of the answer. Please don’t misunderstand my questions, I’m only seeking an answer that lies content within my inner self.

      Is Al Aqsa destined for destruction? (I think yes)
      Is it Divine Commandment that people act to stop it being destroyed (I don’t think so)
      Irrespective of the Q above, should we act to stop it being destroyed (yes, it is a special place of worship)
      How should we act (I don’t think we should go there to defend Al Aqsa without a plan. Some people might say “Dont worry, Allah will protect you” But if that’s the case why don’t the people who ccay that just rush off and save Al Aqsa?)
      If Al Aqsa is destroyed and a temple built in its place, does it matter (I think it does as it is may look as though its a temple to worship the one God but it will actually be a temple to the dajjal (whether the advocated of the ‘Jewish’ temple are aware of this or not it’s hard to tell)

      I’d appreciate your thoughts on the matter.

      I am quite sure the prophet prepared for his battles and trials. This makes me think we too need a good plan. What that good plan is, seems to me to appear rather indirect. By informing people of the possible implication of the third temple and the eschatological relevance, I think we can build up decent movement to try and stop this fate.

      Peole might say “If say Al Aqsa is indeed destined to be destroyed, aren’t attempts to save it doomed” Well ultimately yes, but we if such a destiny does await, we simply don’t know WHEN this will happen, so an attempt to save it might manage to put off an ‘otherwise destruction’ of the masjid.

      One thing is for certain. The very WORST thing one can ever do is just sit down and watch everything go by. There is a duty to act against tyranny and oppression and attempts to thwart religious worship.

      You might remember the Malaysia ‘cows head’ / ‘pigs head’ / church petrol bombs in Malaysia over the last year or so. I know that a number of Muslim Malalaysians rallied to stop these things from escalating. Only those who hate religion stand to gain from religious violence and conflict. Can you imagine the reaction if a Synagogue was targeted for destruction in the US my Muslims (or even Christians). Now, why suddenly are the Zionist filth occupying and strangling Palestine allowed to target Al Aqsa for destruction?

      Thank you for your comment, which has spurred me into thinking about aspects of this. I hope to hear from you soon InsyaAllah.

  7. 9 suleman May 1, 2010 at 10:33 am

    Times are close… The jews are preparing for the final battle. They know Imam Mahdi arrival is here soon and they are waiting for Dajjal.

    Time is very short. Look around the world, how much Muslims are getting terrorised. Our sisters getting raped, innocent families getting killed in places like Palestine, Bosnia, Chuchniya, Iraq, Iran and many more places. But the media do not show this. They are killing us Muslims for the fun.

    Our ummah is so weak we can’t do nothing about it. Therefore Imam mahdi is coming soon and will reunite the Muslim ummah. They are preparing for it. The jews know the truth. They know imam mahdi arrival is soon as well. The reason why they want masjid Aqsa and are making under ground tunnels is because they want to find the black majic books which Prophet Suleyman alyaslam has hidden there. It is called the temple of Suleyman.

    Where did freemaysonery come from ? why do them celeberities such as JAY-z, beyonce, rihanna and more do the one eye symbols. They are representing Dajjal. Lord of the rings move the one eye ?
    Time is close really close. We need to wake up. The only people are going to be strong are the ones with strong imaan (strong faith) The ones who pray namaaz, the ones who do Allah swt dhikr. Who have got the right imaan.

    • 10 Fbperls April 23, 2013 at 7:34 pm

      “Time is very short. Look around the world, how much Muslims are getting terrorised.” (Ck Spelling: Terrorized)

      You forgot to mention that most of the terrorization comes from other Muslims….

  8. 12 Suleman May 1, 2010 at 10:35 am

    Inshallah do dua imam mahdi arrival is soon. We need imam mahdi. Yes times are going to be hard but we need to reunite the muslim ummah.

  9. 13 lwtc247 May 1, 2010 at 6:44 pm

    Salam Suleman.

    On Friday I had an e-mail from a colleague asking me why I think the end times are VERY VERY close. There goes another few sleepless nights tapping away at my keyboard! In assessing the states signs reportedly (I don’t have collections of Hadith, only Al Qur’an) to take place, it seems like quite a few of them are to yet to happen, which could, I guess, make some people think that they are quite far off. However, it occured to me that these things yet to come, could in fact very quickly fall into place. Afterall, apart from those who knew that the US was going to be attacked on 9/11, who on 10th Sept 2001, could have imagined what the world would be lilke ten years later? Afghanistan, Iraq, the global War OF Terror, the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, The fradulent US economic scam becoming tangible, Gold going from about $250/oz to $1200/oz, European soverign debt > 100% GDP, massive fradulent bailouts, strengthening facism amongst the US, a black US president being just as bad as a white jackass president EU, China, India, Australia, {Japan was a fascist state long ago – the people are told to live their lives for the benefit of their companies is somehow a virtue – ugh!}. Who could have seen all that? The ‘snowball effect’ of exponential growth is very difficult to perceive but the effects can be monumental.

    As for media, my perception is probably pretty similar to yours. The global corporate media (GCM) and those fringe media – idiots who think that by copying the GCM, it is somehow professional, worthy and how it should be done. Hah! GCM is being used as a dark tool to shape our consciousness. I maintain caution about Even RT, AJ, and Press. But the medias mind rotting output is inconsequential to most.

    The so called Scholars are nearly as bad. To attach the word ‘corporate’ to them wouldn’t be so unjust. Yeah that’s it… Corporate scholars. They make me shudder with their cowardice and the abuse of their position. Preach peace by all means, peace is nice, but to self-censor focus and discussion of the REAL causes of global problems is quite frankly, disgusting, and to preach peace (or acceptance) while under attack, is utterly disgraceful.

    As for magic books under Suleiman Temple, it’s my opinion that those books are NOT there. I once heard a talk (was it Anwar al-Awlaki?) saying this and it’s been portrayed in Hollywood – which is where I guess most people take a hold of this idea. The WakeUpProject’s presentation ‘The Arrivals’ also make this claim, using that Hollywood movie, National Trasure, as evidence.

    I believe they are tunnelling simply to destroy Al-Aqsa so they can then build the last temple; the temple to their Messiah – the dajjal.

    I think Allah SWT has blinded most (so called) Jews. They really think they are the chosen ones, and actually they are, but chosen in the opposite sense to what they believe. There are Hebrews (and probably even ‘Jewish’ Ashkenazim) who are worthy individuals. I have little doubt they are/will be Muslim Jews, just like there are/will be Muslim Christians, alhi al kitab.

    I’m with you a lot of the way on this masonic/satanic/illumanity/one-eye/dajaal stuff, I’m slowly writing an article to post here about it, but even that I am cautious about, I’m suspicious there are Hegelian dialectics at work (if I am using that term in the right sense!) Like Marxism and say U.S. liberalism (the ‘solution’ to America’s problems held aloft) are grossly fraudulent anti-God smoke and mirrors. This very night I caught Chris Hedges – a man I had previously tonnes of respect for, coming crunching down hard for his “[Religious] Faith is vital, and homosexuality is part of faith” nonsense.

    The Eyes, pentagrams, pyramids, Satanism, godlessness are everywhere as is usury based fake money.

    Azzam Tamimi was quite ‘impatient’ with talk of Imam Mehdi. Not only did he shout something like “You wait for the Mehdi if you want, I’m going to do something about it now” I think someone also questioned the authenticity of the Mehdi prophecy saying it wasn’t in the Qur’an.

    Well like everything Islamic there are loads of opinions (and sadly no opinions at all). Most of us pick up on the ones that suit out pre-set ideas (where do those ideas come from? – the ‘permitted’ media)

    I was talking to some very respected Muslim about the apocalypse. He said words to the effect of If you are planting a tree and the apocalypse happens… keep planting the tree.”

    I don’t think his ever interesting words need any elaboration. But we just don’t know that by understanding the end of days ahead of us, and acting on it, then perhaps we can help rescue some souls (inc. our own) and/or lesson the pain or even ‘postpone’ the end of days. There is a LOT of open variables here. I don’t think it’s sensible to just sit down and let things unfold without struggle against it

    Salam, and thanks for writing in.


    • 14 Fbperls April 23, 2013 at 7:45 pm

      “Preach peace by all means, peace is nice, but to self-censor focus and discussion of the REAL causes of global problems is quite frankly, disgusting, and to preach peace (or acceptance) while under attack, is utterly disgraceful.”

      Can you tell me who attacked who, and what you’re in ‘agreement’ with (whom or what you feel your fighting for)?

  10. 15 lwtc247 May 1, 2010 at 6:49 pm

    I’m wondering what evidence there is that these black magic books are there? Doesn’t the Kabala have any link here?

  11. 16 Richard April 30, 2011 at 7:15 am

    I think it would be EXTREMELY foolish to tear down the second holiest place in Islam. 1/5 of the worlds people are Muslims and only 28% of them are Arabic. Those numbers don’t lie, that’s world war 3 right there.

    • 17 Fbperls April 23, 2013 at 7:29 pm

      “The Al-Aqsa Mosque was traditionally understood, as the King Solomon Temple as Islam had not reached this area before Mohamed was there – so how was there a mosque? In fact, the Quran did not use the word “Jamaa” or Mosque in this story but instead it used the expression “Masjid” (Al-Masjid Al-Aqsa) which means any worship place – not necessarily Islamic – where people of faith prostrate to God.”

  12. 19 lwtc247 April 30, 2011 at 5:13 pm

    It would be but the anti-Messianic Zionists have the world by the balls and to be honest, I don’t think most Muslims really care. And from my understanding of eschatology, all this MUST come to pass.

  13. 20 kulzum January 29, 2013 at 4:07 pm

    ur right ”
    Our ummah is so weak we can’t do nothing about it. Therefore Imam mahdi is coming soon and will reunite the Muslim ummah”
    the only thing we can do is pray and ask dua for each and every muslim practising and non practising….for allah to protect us guide us and save us from this terrible most horrifying fitnah. most of all ask this
    o allah i ask u for a good end insha allah

    O Allah! Make our efforts worthy of acceptance, and our sins forgiven, our deeds accepted, and our flaws concealed. O allah you r the Best of those who hear.


  14. 21 Akhi Thinker February 14, 2013 at 8:11 am

    A liar is hated in the sight of Allah,
    And you just copied and pasted VERY FALSE NEWS to do the work of dajjal, by spreading all the lies about the Saudis.

    • 22 lwtc247 February 14, 2013 at 6:21 pm

      So “Irfaan Al-Alawi, the founder and director of the Islamic Heritage Research Foundation” – is telling lies? Choose a couple of points he says and say why they are lies.

      Irfan Al Alawi is executive director of the Islamic Heritage Research Foundation, international director of the Centre for Islamic Pluralism and PhD lecturer in Islamic theology and Tasawwuf – source

    • 23 Fbperls April 23, 2013 at 6:41 pm

      How do you know you’re not the one doing the work of ‘dajjal’? I see the Kingdom as:
      – Not respecting or tolerating other religions.
      – Absent of human rights, especially in regards to women.
      – The leadership seeing itself as above the people and living lavishly.
      – While at the same time promoting Wahhabi’ism, which is in my opinion an extremist form of Islam.

      I really hope that one day the Western world will have no dependence on OIL. The Kingdom will go back to what it was, and we won’t care….

  15. 24 Fbperls April 23, 2013 at 5:34 pm

    I believe that ALL ancient historical sites should be preserved. My question to you is that as Muslims would you support the preservation of say a historic Buddhist site, Christian, Jewish, etc? To this day it makes me really upset of the arrogance of the Taliban when they destroyed an ancient Buddhist site, recorded it, and claimed it was in the name of God…. I’m finding that the more I research about Islam, the more I’m angered and question it. In my country there is religious tolerance. Anyone is allowed to worship as they believe. In Islamic based countries (sharia based), religious tolerance is totally missing. Jews, Christians, or any other faiths are not tolerated, and houses of worship are burned. I want you to be honest here. Israel allows Muslims as well as other faiths to practice freely. They don’t impose a humiliating tax, or threaten death. How about in a sharia based society (which are not BASED on the Quran, but rather Hadiths which contradict). Also if you’re a SUNNI what happens to Shia or vice versa? I already know violence will always happen….

  16. 25 Fbperls April 23, 2013 at 7:40 pm

    “The Al-Aqsa Mosque was traditionally understood, as the King Solomon Temple as Islam had not reached this area before Mohamed was there – so how was there a mosque? In fact, the Quran did not use the word “Jamaa” or Mosque in this story but instead it used the expression “Masjid” (Al-Masjid Al-Aqsa) which means any worship place – not necessarily Islamic – where people of faith prostrate to God.”

  17. 26 Isa-Bella Alexandra November 30, 2013 at 10:07 am

    Okay I’ve got some questions and I need answers

    1) Why do they want to destroy the Al Aqsa mosque

    2) What purpose does this serve to them

    3) Are there ancient texts, books, scriptures hidden there if yes a)what are they regarding and b)why are they hidden c) who found them d) how where they able to find them e) who hid them f) how does this affect everyone

    Thank you

    • 27 lwtc247 December 14, 2013 at 6:15 pm

      1) To build the temple for their Messiah
      2) Part of their religious ritual requirements. Cleansed for religious ceremony and worship.
      3) I’m not sure if anything is/was hidden. One of my heavyweight academic friends who has published many books on history of man from the earliest times up until now and the occult /corruption of religion believes the crusaders found something here. Another friend, a non-academic non professional scholar of mysticism believes there was stuff there. Personally however I don’t think so.

      a) Out of all the things that could have been buried there, it was (IMHO) texts/objects relating to the unseen realm and magic – basically, the occult (hidden knowledge)
      b) Hidden so that man would have no access to it, which would be used for bad by non-prophets. King Solomon (Sulaiman peace be upon him) was given many special abilities. One to command the realm of djinn (my non-professional scholar friend some say he had a ring that gave this power) and perhaps animals, although I believe his powers were intuitive and not via things like rings etc, although that’s a pure guess on my behalf.
      c) A number of people call the early crusaders (Knights Templar – to be more specific) as having found something here. – I believe the current excavations are simply to undermine the structure of Al Aqsa mosque.
      d) King Solomon reportedly built the temple (which, as a prophet of Allah, meant the Synagogue was a mosque too) so I guess people thought that is where he may have buried objects/knowledge of the occult (Note some may say info from Bablyon and Dravidia may be among the occult booty, some alluded to in the Zohar (Kabala)). Some also say ‘treasure’ is the Ark of the Covenant.
      e) Possibly King Solomon plus Hebrews and Jews that were enslaved by Mesopotamia/Babylon.
      f) If someone got the alleged occult treasures, they could to t means powerful maji can manipulate djinn to do their evil bidding, cause strife, and dominate mankind, maintaining their power base – But personally I don’t subscribe to the ‘treasure’ idea. I think occult magic has long been held by leaders of the occult for some time.

      Maybe this will shed some light on what others think about all this: (YouTube watch?v=A2UDOMXjCtM)
      and (YouTube watch?v=nqSHPPmTPmY)

      I hope I have helped. Peace be with you.

  18. 28 Muhammad Qasim May 6, 2015 at 7:23 pm

    Salam, my name is Qasim, from last 26+ years Allah and Muhammad s.a.w keep coming into my dreams, over 460+ times Allah comes in my dreams and 250+ times Muhammad s.a.w comes in my dreams, Muhammad S.A.W is the last Messenger of Allah and i am the Ummati of Prophet Muhammad S.A.W, many dreams related to Muslim Ummah, World and the Judgment Day, I have shared few dreams on my fb page,.,

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