In view in the pictures, which was obtained in conjunction with Israel's Temple Institute, are concrete slabs broken by Muslim Waqf bulldozers and what appears to be a chopped up carved stone from Jewish Temple-era antiquity.
Eilat Mazar, considered one of the most prominent Temple Mount archaeologists, analyzed the photo and told WND the damaged stone displays elements of the second Temple era and might be part of a Jewish Temple wall Israeli archeologists charge the Muslim Waqf found and has been attempting to destroy. If authenticated, the wall would be one of the most important Temple Mount archaeological discoveries in recent history.
"It certainly looks like Second Temple antiquity and could very well be part of a Second Temple courtyard wall," Mazer said.
September 03, 2007
Muslims caught red-handed destroying Temple artifacts
There are just a few dozen ideas, concepts, motives, motifs, pictures, cruelty to animals, behaviors and other barbaric acts that bring me to my knees with grief. This is one of them, and once again, the predator is Islam and its followers. Via WND:
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