Friday, February 28, 2014

More on the Zionist Sheikh from Jordan!

Jordanian Sheikh: Israel Belongs to the Jews!

Wednesday, February 19, 2014 |  Yossi Aloni

Sheikh Ahmed Aladoan of Amman, a member of Jordan’s well-known Adwan tribe, posted to Facebook this week that there is no such place as “Palestine,” and provided references from the Koran to back up his assertion.
One of the Koranic verses provided states that Allah gave the Holy Land to the sons of Israel until the Day of Judgment (Surah Al-Ma’ida, verse 21), and the other (Surah Al-Shara’a, verse 59) says that the land was bequeathed to the Jews.
The sheikh turned to those who “distort the words of the Koran,” whom he labeled as liars, and questioned where they had even come up with the name “Palestine.” He insisted their claims to the Land of Israel were forfeit because “Allah is the protector of the Children of Israel.”
And if that wasn’t enough, the sheikh went on to turn the tables on the anti-Israel propaganda machine by accusing the Palestinians of killing children, the elderly and women, of using human shields, and of having not an ounce of mercy for even their own children.
The sheikh’s words caused a storm in the Arab media, and were picked up by the Israeli Embassy in Amman.
The Arabic daily Al-Quds Al-Arabi further explained the sheikh’s position, noting that he supports the notion that Jordan is Palestine, and insists that Arabs living both in Jordan and the Palestinian Authority-controlled territories would almost all love to be Israeli citizens.
The Adwan tribe issued a statement distancing itself from Sheikh Aladoan’s remarks. But the sheikh was not intimidated, and insisted he would continue to make his voice heard on these matters.
Last year, Sheikh Aladoan visited Israel and spent time with the chief rabbi of Tsfat (Safed), Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu. The sheikh informed Rabbi Eliyahu and his students that in the Koran, “there is no name ‘Palestine’ for this land, and therefore, the Arabs should not be fighting the Jews over control of this land.”
Watch the following video of their encounter. Most of the video is in Hebrew, but around the 2:00 mark, Sheikh Aladoan’s assistant translates his words in English.  

PHOTO is for illustration purposes only. The sheikh in the photo above is actually Sheikh Jabari of Hebron, another powerful tribal leader who also agrees that this land belongs to the Jews.

Originally published HERE.


  1. انعم ولكن السواد الأعظم من المسلمين ينكرون ذلك او يتحاشون ذكره في اغلب الاحيان وان مر من خلال حديث او نقاش من قبل احد المقفين او رجال الدين يذكر على استحياء.
    كون الحقيقة مرة دائما على من يخفيها.

  2. English translation to Iyad's comment:
    Yes, but the darkest reality is that Muslims deny this and mostly avoid any mention of what is written in the Quran to support the Jewish claim to Israel. Truth is the enemy of those who deny it.

  3. Truth is the enemy of those who deny it.

  4. Fascinating development, but what about the permission of Muslims to lie to the infidels? Do we know what he says to his followers in Amman?
    Another note: the above description of Sheikh Jabari as a Muslim who "agrees that the land belongs to the Jews" might be overly optimistic. In a JPost article, he was quoted as saying: "Islam does not allow its followers to relinquish land... In our religion, Tel Aviv is like Hebron... The land belongs to God and the entire Muslim world." (see
    In general, though, your site is amazing stuff, Nonie - "kol hakavod"!!
    Hannah in Israel

    1. Hannah.
      You mention Sheilh Jabari of Hebron, who explained his view in the JPost. This article is about Sheikh Ahmed Aladoan of Jordan.

    2. Anon,
      Yes I know. But the comment at the end of the article names "Sheikh Jabari of Hebron, another powerful tribal leader who also agrees that this land belongs to the Jews."
      This was what I was responding to.