Le Proche-Orient sous haute tension: Kippour et l'Aïd célébrés le même jour

Au Proche-Orient, c'est un week-end sous haute tension qui s'annonce. Les juifs célèbrent Yom Kippour à partir de vendredi soir et les musulmans, l'Aïd al-Adha, à partir de samedi. Ces deux fêtes religieuses importantes coïncident pour la première fois depuis 33 ans. Elles font craindre des frictions entre les deux communautés. La sécurité a été renforcée un peu partout.



Le Proche-Orient sous haute tension: Kippour et l'Aïd célébrés le même jour
A Jérusalem, la police est encore plus visible que d’habitude. La sécurité a été renforcée surtout autour de la vieille ville. Les juifs devraient être nombreux à venir prier ce week-end au Mur des Lamentations, pour Yom Kippour, le grand Pardon, tandis que les musulmans iront juste à côté à la Mosquée al-Aqsa. Ils célèbreront l’Aïd al-Adha, la fête du sacrifice. Ce sont deux rites très importants pour chaque religion. Mais ils se vivent très différemment, dans le silence et le recueillement pour Yom Kippour, dans une ambiance festive et familiale pour l’Aïd.
 

Les autorités israéliennes craignent donc des heurts entre les deux communautés qui vivent à côte à côte, comme à Jérusalem où le climat est déjà très tendu depuis plusieurs mois. Ailleurs, comme à Hebron ou Saint Jean d’Acre, des arrangements ont été trouvés pour que les célébrations ne se fassent pas en même temps. Quant à l’armée, elle a bouclé les points de passage de Cisjordanie et de Gaza jusqu’à dimanche.

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Vendredi 3 Octobre 2014 - 12:05




1.Posté par Ettore le 05/10/2014 00:57
If up until recently there was no need to pay a great deal of attention to the Mosaic Religions it is now imperative to take a second look at the connecting link that supposedly exists between these Religions and God. Jews, Christians and Muslims all believe in the Old Testament written by Moses as God's Law. The Old Testament is based on the Ten Commandments and on the alleged Divine messages given to Moses for all of Mankind. What should capture the attention is the narrative of this event. In our days, it would not be believable the story of a man who claims to have spoken with God while he was alone on a mountain and that carries two stones carved by God's finger. Instead, beyond all the logic and without any support, this claim from Moses became the single foundation upon which these 3 Religions were built. Besides that, recent studies and researches have all confirmed that the Old Testament was written by several people who had lived in different times. It comes as a surprise the fact that the result of these studies produced by religious scholars is in net contrast with the doctrine taught by their own Religions or that Moses in the Old Testament had reported God’s textual words and wrote them by his own hand. The difference between these two versions is unbridgeable although after thousands of years the two now overlap. The hope is that this millenary lie can show its color in front of One eternal Truth. Because of the fantasies invented in the Bible it will be almost inevitable that Humanity will have to face insurmountable obstacles. A small ground in Jerusalem represents a deeply rooted split between Jews and Muslims. The Jews believe their Messiah will come to Israel only after the Temple built for King Solomon and King Herod (and destroyed the first time in 586 B.C. and a second time in 70 A.D.) will be rebuilt for the third time in the same place as residence for their new King and Messiah. Today in Jerusalem a very large Mosque, Al Aqsa,is built right over the ruins of that Temple. The Muslims believe their Prophet Mohammed ascended to Heaven just from that site which is a place as holy for the Muslims as it is also for the Jews. Today it is difficult to imagine the Muslims in Jerusalem to generously offer to destroy their Mosque for the Jews to rebuild their Temple. Similarly difficult is to imagine the Jews abandoning the idea to receive their own Messiah. The solution is to be found elsewhere and well beyond the 2 Religions. Although all people were made to believe that to accept science is to also reject the faith in God we should have instead an understanding of God that is not in contrast with science. Religion could then look beyond the same science without having to hold hostage the human Mind for centuries.

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