Full story behind Abu Obeida’s ‘red heifers’ remark

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OCCUPIED JERUSALEM — In a statement on Sunday, Abu Obeida, the spokesperson for Al-Qassam Brigades, mentioned the arrival of red heifers in occupied Palestine, leaving many questioning the intended meaning behind his remark, as reported by Khaberni.اضافة اعلان

An Israeli investigative report revealed that the Israeli government imported five red heifers from the US state of Texas and placed them in a secret farm, allocating significant financial resources for a project built on prevalent Jewish beliefs associating the birth of a flawless red heifer with the imminent arrival of the Messiah and the subsequent construction of the temple on the Al-Aqsa Mosque ruins. Proponents claimed that the project would legalize what they described as the mass migration of Jewish settlers to the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

The report indicated that these actions were perceived as preparatory for the Gog and Magog battle. This is also linked to the construction of the alleged temple on the remains of the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Moreover, the report identified two right-wing organizations behind the search for the red heifer: Bona, an Israeli organization of evangelical Christians and right-wing individuals led by Tzahi Miemo, and the Machon HaMikdash Institute led by Rabbi Yisrael Ariel. Both serve as spiritual figures for Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir and Meir Kahane.

While the Israeli Ministry of Heritage denied involvement in the arrival of the red heifers, the General Director personally welcomed them at Ben Gurion airport. Furthermore, the Israeli Ministry of Agriculture claimed that the heifers were imported for breeding.

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