With tensions between Israelis and Palestinians on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount reaching a boiling point over the past year, God once again urged both Jews and Muslims to resist pressure to compromise and said both religious groups should “fight to the last drop of blood” to protect the sanctity of the site.
“This was the site of the first and second temples, and now Jews can’t even pray there without being arrested? And you tolerate this? I’m not sure why I chose you people in the first place,” God asked his Jewish followers. Then, turning his attention to Muslims, he remarked, “And when Mohammed ascended to heaven from al-Haram al-Sharif, I never imagined that just 1,500 years later his followers would let Jews set foot there.”
While Israeli and Palestinian leaders have tried for more than two decades to find a peaceful solution, God has frequently undermined their efforts by tirelessly opposing any concessions and instigating extremists on both sides. During the Oslo talks in the 1990s, God guilted his Jewish followers for “re-gifting” Judea and Samaria to the Palestinians after he had given the Jews the land millennia ago. He also reminded his Muslim adherents that all of Palestine was Muslim waqf (an inalienable religious endowment in Islamic law) and must be defended to the death from all infidels. God has served as an advisor to both the radical Islamist group Hamas and the Jewish terror group Lahava, according to spokesmen of both organizations.
On Monday, God chastised the Christians for staying away from the clashes, asking, “Umm, have you forgotten what the Jews did to Jesus?”