Views on the News – 13 Nov 2019


  • Zionist Entity Calls up Reserves
  • Ayodhya Verdict is Based on a Strange Feat of Logic

Zionist Entity Calls up Reserves

The Zionist entity has called up several hundred reserve soldiers, as it continues to strike the Gaza Strip following the assassination of a senior Islamic Jihad military leader in the besieged territory in Palestine. At least 10 people of Palestine have been killed and 45 others wounded in strikes on the Gaza Strip that began early on Tuesday 12 Nov. The initial Zionist air strike killed Islamic Jihad leader Bahaa Abu al-Atta and his wife. Rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip towards the Jewish entity following the targeted assassination. The Jewish entity army said nearly 200 rockets were launched from Gaza throughout the day. The Jewish entity military has reinforced its forces along the Gaza frontier, Israeli media reported. Zionist news outlet Ynet said that the reservist soldiers included members of the Iron Dome missile defence units, military intelligence and the Home Front Command. The Jewish entity military has been preparing for escalating violence for some time. The IDF operation, which had been under discussion for several months, was unanimously approved by the Security Cabinet 10 days ago.


Ayodhya Verdict is Based on a Strange Feat of Logic

The disputed site of Ayodhya in northern India should be given to Hindus who want a temple built there, the country’s Supreme Court has ruled. The case, which has been bitterly contested for decades by Hindus, centres on the ownership of the land in Uttar Pradesh state. Muslims would get another plot of land to construct a mosque, the court said. In the unanimous verdict, the court said that a report by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) provided evidence that the remains of a building “that was not Islamic” was beneath the structure of the demolished Babri Mosque. The fact that that this apparent event took place over 500 years ago was lost to the court. In paragraphs 786 and 798 of its judgment, the court observed that the Muslim side adduced no evidence to show that from 1528, when the mosque was constructed, to 1857, it was in possession of Muslims who offered namaz there. There cannot be any eyewitnesses alive belonging to that period, and it is well known that in the 1857 war of independence, almost all records in Avadh were destroyed. It is common sense that when a house of worship, whether a temple, mosque, church or gurdwara is built, it is built for use, and not just for decoration. The court recognised “The exclusion of Muslims from worship and possession took place on the intervening night between 22/23.12.1949 when the mosque was desecrated by installation of Hindu idols. Ouster of Muslims was not through lawful authority, and Muslims have been wrongly deprived of a mosque that had been constructed well over 450 years ago.” Despite this clear finding, the court still handed over the site to Hindus by a strange feat of logic!