Sorry sharonbn you are clearly factually wrong. We were not talking about who destroyed the temple. Nor were we talking about what the site looked like when the Arabs conquered the land. We were talking about where the Arabs chose to build their mosque and for what reason. Clearly they chose to build it on top of a Jewish holy site (as well as Christian holy site by then) and don't tell me that they did not choose to do so for supremacist reasons because they habitually did similar things with other people's holy sites elsewhere in the world in many lands that they conquered. Here read this ....Originally Posted by sharonbn
I am sure you can find other reference sites that confirm the above if you choose to dispute the veracity of this one. Just google it.
But even if you want to forget all that. Please explain to me why do they insist, in our time, that non Muslims mustn't pray on that site? Don't you think that's supremacist behaviour on their part? I think many people would agree with me that it IS.