Palestinian report claims that Western Wall has no religious significance to Jews

How is it that the AP can report this story and not mention that there is not one shred of evidence,  from archeology,  that Mohammad was NEVER in Jerusalem?

JERUSALEM — An official Palestinian report claiming that a key Jewish holy site – Jerusalem’s Western Wall – has no religious significance to Jews has evoked an angry response from Israelis, threatening to further inflame tensions over the disputed city.

Decades of archaeology have shown that the Western Wall, the holiest place where Jews can pray, was a retaining wall of the compound where the two biblical Jewish Temples stood 20 centuries ago. The Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, Islam’s third-holiest site, is built atop the ruins.

The latest claim about the Temples, echoing positions taken in the past by Palestinian leaders including the late Yasser Arafat, underlined the deeply held, conflicting beliefs that must be untangled if a peace accord is to be reached between Israel and the Palestinians.

Part of the report disputes that the Western Wall was a retaining wall of the Temple compound, discarding centuries of documentation and archaeology.

Israeli government spokesman Mark Regev described the report as “incitement” by denying the historic Jewish connection to Jerusalem.

via Religion news in brief.

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