New plan to build synagogue at the Aqsa Mosque


The Aqsa Foundation for Endowment and Heritage said that Jewish fanatic organizations were planning to build a Jewish synagogue at Al-Aqsa Mosque as a key step towards the construction of the alleged temple.

The foundation said in a statement on Sunday that a scheme has recently been charted by the “Yishai Association”, led by a number of “Rabanims” who have recently sent a letter to the head of the Israeli government, Benjamin Netanyahu, urging him to build a synagogue at Al-Aqsa Mosque.

According to the foundation, a mapped description was handed by a right-wing journalist and activist in “alleged temple” organizations, aiming at establishing a synagogue in the western part of Al-Aqsa Mosque.

The activist outlined his vision, which he published on an online blog of his own, to build a synagogue that extends over a large area of Al-Aqsa Mosque along with other neighboring areas.

The scheme reveals attempts to open a new door via the western wall of the mosque to ensure the smooth entry of Jews into the synagogue and the overall control of the Buraq Mosque intended to become the synagogue’s main entrance.

The activist also recommended the construction of a glass wall that detaches the projected synagogue from the rest of Al-Aqsa and separates Jewish and Muslim worshippers performing their religious rituals. He further insisted that the wall has to be built in such a way as to allow the synagogue’s congregation to supervise the rest of Al-Aqsa area.

The Aqsa Foundation has spoken out against the move calling for an urgent reaction against the potential execution of such dangerous plans which coincide with demands for immediate construction approvals from Netanyahu.
Source: Palestine Info