The Simon Wiesenthal Centre in Los Ageles (named after Austrian Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal, whom British author Guy Walters in his book Hunting Evil called a “liar – and bad one at that”), is planning to build another propaganda center for the Jewish sufferings at the hands of Christian and Jew Nazis. The part is that it’s to be named ‘Museum of Tolerance’ without any mention to Palestinian genocide at the hands of the same European Jews, who claim victims of Nazis. Against Muslim protests, the Israeli Supreme Court gave its kosher blessing for the project to go ahead in October 2008. Ironically, Israel Antiquities Authority’s chief excavator for the site, Gideon Suliemani, found out that the municipal car parking lot to be used for the new ‘Museum of Tolerance’ was originally built on a portion of an ancient Muslim cemetery in West Jerusalem, known as “Ma’man Allah”, housing thousands of Muslim graves going back to 638 CE, when Arab Muslims liberated Jew Serfs (slaves) from the Christian rulers of Jerusalem.
“When Caliph Umar, one of Muhammad’s successors, conquered the Jerusalem of the Christian Byzantines in 638, he insisted that the three faiths of Abraham coexist. He refused to pray in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher when he was escorted around the city by the Greek Orthodox Patriarch. Had he done so, he explained, the Muslims would have wanted to build a mosque there to commemorate the first Islamic prayer in Jerusalem. The Jews found their new Muslim rulers far more congenial than the Byzantines. The Christians had never allowed the Jews to reside permanently in the city, whereas Umar invited 70 Jewish families back. The Byzantines had left the Jewish Temple in ruins and had even begun to use the Temple Mount as a garbage dump. Umar, according to a variety of accounts, was horrified to see this desecration. He helped clear it with his own hands, reconsecrated the platform and built a simple wooden mosque on the southern end, site of al-Aqsa Mosque today. Jerusalem’s Dome of the Rock, built by Caliph Abd al-Malik in 691, was the first great building to be constructed in the Islamic world. It symbolizes the ascent that all Muslims must make to God, whose perfection and eternity are represented by the circle of the great golden dome. Other Islamic shrines on the Temple Mount, which Muslims call al-Haram al-Sharif, the Most Noble Sanctuary, were devoted to David, Solomon and Jesus….” Professor Karen Armstrong, Time magazine, April 16, 2001.
Many of the Kurd and Arab soldiers who fought under the command of Sultan Salahuddin Ayubi and liberated Jerusalem from Crusaders in 1187 CE, were also burried in the same cemetery. Sultan Salahuddin Ayubi allowed Jews to return to Jerusalem though they did not take part in the battle.
During Nazi era – Turkish ambassador in Paris helped 100,000 Eeeuropean Jews to escape persecution from Christian Nazis and their Jewish collaborators. And how the Israeli Jews returned this Muslim tolerance? They expelled or killed the 700,000 native Muslims and Christians after declaring Occupation of Muslim-majority British mandated Palestine in 1948. Shortly after East Jerusalem was occupied by the Zionazi thugs in 1967 – Rabbi Shlomo Goren, the chief chaplian of the Israel Occupation Force (IOF) lead a Jewish prayer on the Temple Mount on August 15, 1967 and vowed to rebuild the 3rd. Temple Mount for the redemption of the Jewish race. On May 30, 2010 – they shot six Turk aid workers in cold blood aboard Turkish vessel Mavi Marmara.
In March 2005, Israel’s famous columnist, Amira Hass, wrote that Zionist regime and its jumping-jacks use Holocaust to shut criticism of Israeli policies.