Category Archives: Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia‚Äôs Top Cleric: Fighting Jews Forbidden, Hamas a Terror group

The Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia issued a ruling forbidding war against the Jews and proclaiming that Hamas is a terror group. The Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia, Abdulaziz Al Sheikh, issued a surprising religious ruling, saying that fighting against … Continue reading

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Saudi Oil Giant Partners Up With Israeli Tech Company

Author Ofer Petersburg Posted May 21, 2012 Translator Al-Monitor How did the management of a Saudi oil giant fall into the hands of a bunch of Israelis? This is a story of great talent, great trust and quite a bit … Continue reading

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Saudi FM to Qatar: Enough is enough, stop supporting Hamas, other terror groups

Jpost Middle East By REUTERS / June 6, 2017 Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister said on Tuesday Qatar needed to take several steps, including ending its support of Palestinian Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood, to restore ties with other key Arab … Continue reading

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Kitab al-Maghazi

Islamic tradition tells us that al-Aqsa mosque is near Mecca on the Arabian Peninsula. This was unequivocally stated in “Kitab al-Maghazi,” a book by the Muslim historian and geographer al-Waqidi. According to al-Waqidi, there were two “masjeds” (places of prayer) … Continue reading

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The myth of al-Aqsa

Ynet News – Opinion By Dr. Mordechai Kedar Holiness of Jerusalem to Islam has always been politically motivated When the Prophet Mohammad established Islam, he introduced a minimum of innovations. He employed the hallowed personages, historic legends and sacred sites … Continue reading

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Treaty Law and the Failure of Oslo

perhaps it’s time to recognize that Oslo is a failure and we need a different approach to resolving the conflict. why not advocate for or negotiate a settlement with the Palestinians, Jordan, Egypt and the Saudis, et.al. patterned after the … Continue reading

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