IOA to open Jewish museum adjacent to Aqsa Mosque
|Saturday, April 17,2010 18:08|
A Palestinian source in occupied Jerusalem warned that the Israeli occupation authority (IOA) intends to open the museum of the temple a few meters away from the western façade of the Aqsa Mosque in addition to another synagogue called the pride of Israel.
The source told the Palestinian information center (PIC) that Israel will carry out a number of dangerous projects in the next few days that is more dangerous than the ruin synagogue built near the Aqsa Mosque.
The source affirmed that another synagogue called Quds Al-Noor will be built in Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in place of Palestinian homes, adding that the IOA will also demolish Palestinian homes in Attour area at the pretext that the area is a home of a rare type of vultures.
It also said that the IOA will expel 3,000 Jerusalemite citizens from the holy city, noting that 160 Palestinians from Jerusalem were prevented days ago from entering the city.
For its part, Al-Aqsa foundation for endowment and heritage reported that the IOA committee of planning and building in the city of Yaffa approved a request submitted by an Israeli investment company called Nakesh for the establishment of a tourist hotel on the land of Al-Qishlah Islamic graveyard.