Jerusalem under martial law amid Islamic terror spree as Palestinian Junta calls for UN invasion



Editor’s Note…

Anyone who’s been following the “Arab spring” events , especially in Libya and Syria, should not be surprised in the slightest by this recent power play. Following a wave of heinous stabbing attacks on Jewish victims by Islamic cannibals, fueled by a 1930s style racist brainwashing campaign which currently overwhelms social networks used by the Muslim residents of Jerusalem, the Israeli government had no choice but to impose martial law on the Muslim areas of Jerusalem and mobilize the military to patrol the streets, thereby reinforcing the impression of a divided city and of inability to contain the situation.

This is precisely what NATO’s Palestinian Junta regime in the west bank needed in order to play victim and call for “UN protection from Israeli aggression” (apparently by one of those pedophile ‘peace keeping’ squads), in a manner eerily similar to how Al Qaeda was “saved” by NATO in Libya and is groomed right now in Syria under the “responsibility to protect” chapter otherwise known as “humanitarian intervention”. The globalists are making their move on Jerusalem at the possible eve of WW3 which could be triggered either in Syria or in the South China sea, in this case under the pretext of “protecting the Holy places” or promoting the “two state final solution”.

With a nimble weakling like Netanyahu at the helm, the UN (and the Vatican) might actually get something out of this chaos they have created on purpose. The patriot community must remain vigil and force the political echelons in Jerusalem to take the necessary steps in order to foil this despicable globalist plot.


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Palestinian Authority Wants UN ‘Protection Force’ in Jerusalem

In latest diplomatic move against Israel, and as Arab terror attacks continue to target Jews, PLO to ask UN to deploy troops in Jerusalem.

The Palestinian Authority wants the United Nations to consider deploying military “protection force” in Jerusalem to help quell violence, the PA envoy to the United Nations said Wednesday.

The proposal would be included in a draft resolution aimed at defusing weeks of violence, largely consisting of a series of brutal Arab-on-Jew terrorist attacks, which many fear could still spiral further out of control.

Palestinian envoy Riyad Mansour told reporters that the situation was “very explosive” and that the Security Council must find ways of “providing protection” to the Palestinians.

“The situation warrants providing protection for our people in the occupied territory starting in the Old City of Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa mosque,” Mansour told reporters.

Arab ambassadors are due to meet at the United Nations on Thursday to discuss calls for an emergency Security Council meeting to discuss the worsening violence.

Mansour said the Arab countries were weighing a possible draft resolution that demands a withdrawal of Israeli security forces from flashpoint areas and calls for the deployment of the protection force at “Al-Aqsa,” referring to the entire Temple Mount, which is Judaism’s holiest site but in recent decades has been claimed by Palestinian Arabs.

“We believe that some form of observers or international force (should) be placed there in order to guarantee that the status quo will be continued and to protect the Palestinian worshippers,” said Mansour.

Prospects for such a measure, however, were uncertain. The United States has condemned attacks on Israeli civilians and called for a return to calm.

The Palestinian envoy said the UN office of legal affairs had produced a 44-page report detailing options for the “protection” of Palestinians, but that the Security Council had yet to consult it.

Israeli security force have set up checkpoints Wednesday in Arab neighborhoods of Jerusalem and mobilized hundreds of soldiers as it struggled to stop attacks.

Mansour called the checkpoints “collective punishment” and said 30 Palestinians have been killed in the recent violence, including seven children – failing to note that the vast majority were either terrorists killed during attacks or rioters attacking Israeli soldiers.