“Palestinian” Arab Muslims Attack Saudi Arabian Blogger on the Temple Mount for the Most Surprising Reason

by Avi Abelow

Saudi Arabian blogger, Mohammed Saud, visited the Temple Mount for the first time in his life, as part of a special Arab media contingent.

Local “palestinian” Arab Muslims attacked him, spat at him and even threw chairs and sticks at him. All of this because he doesn’t hate Israel.

Not Just the Jews

It ends up that the local Muslims don’t only desecrate the Temple Mount in order to humiliate and terrorize the Jews and Christians who visit the Mount, but they also do that with fellow Muslims whose only “sin” is not hating Israel.

Saudi Arabian blogger, Mohammed Saud, is a big supporter of Israel, publicly stating on his social media channels that he loves Israel and PM Netanyahu.

To the Arabs who live in our midst that is a sin worthy of punishment. Hence they treat him as they did, even as he was visiting supposedly, the third holiest site to Islam.

Netanyahu About this Special Delegation

This is a historic delegation! Never before has a group of Arab media personalities come to visit Israel, and on an official visit!

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday hosted in his office a delegation of journalists and bloggers from Arab countries.

“They talk about how so many in the Arab world want to have peace with Israel, normalization with Israel, want to come to Israel,” Netanyahu said later, referring to the group he hosted. “They’re not always free to express it, and there’s always opposition… but they expressed that desire.”

The prime minister said he told the delegation that Israel is “the irreplaceable power” in the Middle East because without it, “I would say the region would collapse.

“Without Israel, without the things that we do and the things that we stand for and the things that we protect, I think the entire Middle East would collapse to the forces of Islamic radicalism, whether Shiite led by Iran or Sunni radicalism led by Islamic State.”

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