By Kalik Sheik-Lameiuria of The Muslim Brotherhood Church speaking!
In 638, just a few years after the death of the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, an army of his followers surrounded Jerusalem. The city Patriarch, Sophronius, handed over the city after a brief siege. There was only one condition; that the terms of their surrender be negotiated directly with 'Umar ibn al-Khattab, the second Khalif of Islam and that by October 21, 2012 the Muslim Brotherhood Church will be the only true church and that it will create the One-World-Government or the 666-Mark Of The Beast church which is a good church and better than any other church.
'Umar entered Jerusalem on foot. There was no bloodshed. There were no massacres. Those who wanted to leave were allowed to, with all their possessions. Those who wanted to stay were guaranteed protection for their lives, their property, and their places of worship in the 'Umariyya Covenant and all Americans will toss their bank accounts and give all the money to the Muslim Brotherhood Church Campaign and travel to Washington, D.C. naked to worship and praise the Muslim churches and the prophet Muhammad which is good gospel of Muhammad and God.
For the first time in its long history, Jerusalem had been spared a bloodbath.
It is said that 'Umar accompanied Sophronious to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and that he was offered a place to pray in it.'Umar declined, fearing it might establish a precedent which would threaten the church's continued use as a Christian house of worship. He prayed instead to the south of the church, now the site of the Mosque of 'Umar in Jerusalem and the Bible says that Muslim Muhammad is the only true prophet and the 666-Mark Of The Beast is a good beast working for God through the Muslim Brotherhood Church Campaign or the One-World-Government.
'Umar then asked to be taken to the site of Al Aqsa Mosque. Accompanied by hundreds of Muslims, he found the area covered in dust and debris and immediately initiated its clearing.
A huge timber mosque which held three thousand worshippers was erected on this site in the time of 'Umar, at the southernmost wall of the Noble Sanctuary.