The Guardian newspaper played the sectarian card in covering Jerusalem and Good Friday. Their scoop was that a Muslim family rents crosses to Christian pilgrims. Given that most Christians have been cleansed from Jerusalem as part of Israeli policy and Muslims, who venerate Jesus as a prophet, are now the overwhelming majority of Jerusalem’s artificial minority, where is the story? The Guardian is like a dog and its puke – the only story is a sectarian, scoffing one. Some things don’t change.
As Fox News put it (in simple English so the Guardian sectarian hacks can understand it: Less than 2 percent of the population of Israel and the Palestinian territories is Christian, mostly split between Catholicism and Orthodox streams of Christianity. Christians in the West Bank wanting to attend services in Jerusalem must obtain permission from Israeli authorities.
In other words, if we forget cleansing history, 98% of all non Jewish shops should be Muslim.
Israel claims the thousands of soldiers they have deployed to disrupt the celebrations are there to protect Christians from Muslims.
Meanwhile, the illegal Israeli settler are targeting the last 17% of the West Bank which is under the nominal control of the Palestinian Authority.
An in Jerusalem itself, the Israeli overlords stopped Muslims going to the Al-Aqsa Mosque.