Never mind. The "return" of the "Prophet's" cup to Chechnya did at least generate some priceless real-life comedy as the cup was welcomed back with great ceremony by the country's top officials.
Look at the poor savages in this video. It must be one of the greatest days in the history of Chechnya. The prophet's cup (and two of his carpets) get an open-top Rolls-Royce escort to the Grand Mosque of Grozny, accompanied by the country's president, Ramzan Kadyrov, who is visibly moved and eventually breaks down in tears.
The story behind this foolishness is this: the Chechens claim the descendants of Mohammed had to flee Saudi Arabia because of Wahhabi persecution and somehow ended up in Chechnya. They brought his cup with them. Somehow the cup was lost in the course of time, ending up in the land of the infidel, Britain. No! But now it has come home!!! Praise be to Allah!!!
If you can't be bothered watching the whole thing, skip to 19.30 where the president breaks down in tears as he holds the cup aloft.
Palestinian Authority (PA) leader Mahmoud Abbas is poised to proceed with his bid for Palestinian statehood recognition at the UN, while Western powers are still clambering to forestall the effort and avert a regional diplomatic quagmire. At this juncture, we might ask ourselves how a terrorist entity like the PA, intertwined with a genocidal campaign, has become the darling of the “human rights” wing of the UN. The answer lies in a deliberate rewriting of history, which has in effect created a nation in exile which has actually never existed.
Because there was never a state of “Palestine” nor a “Palestinian people,” those who promote the notion of a “Palestinian homeland,” where the Palestinians have lived from “time immemorial,” must create a faux-history to justify this claim. Stealing Israel’s history offers a short cut that also has the advantage of denying the legitimacy of the Jewish state. So Arab propagandists, supported by anti-Israel archaeologists, historians and scriptural scholars in the West, are hard at work erasing or denying all evidence of things Jewish in the Land of Israel and substituting the fictitious narrative of an ancient “Palestinian people,” whose presence in the land of Canaan stretches back for thousands of years.
This effort to perpetrate the historical equivalent of genocide is the subject of David Meir-Levi’s important new pamphlet, Stolen History: How the Palestinians and their Allies Attack Israel’s Right to Exist by Erasing its Past.