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The Palestinian Rothschild

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posted on Apr, 10 2008 @ 08:30 AM
I just stumbled across this article on the man they call The Palestinian Rothschild and found it amazing that i haven't heard of him so I started doing a little research into him this is a very loose theory that needs a lot of looking into but i think he might just be one on the next big players in the game heres a rough look at his connections through time.

The Palestinian Rothschild

This is where he plans to build his Peace Center
Mount Gerizim

The mountain is sacred to the Samaritans who regard it, rather than Jerusalem's Temple Mount, as having been the location chosen by Yahweh for a holy temple. The mountain continues to be the centre of Samaritan religion to this day, and over 90% of the worldwide population of Samaritans live in very close proximity to Gerizim, mostly in Kiryat Luza, the main village. The passover is celebrated by the Samaritans on Mount Gerizim,[3] and it is additionally considered by them as the location of the near-sacrifice of Isaac (the masoretic and Septuagint versions of Genesis state that this happened on Mount Moriah which Jews traditionally identify as the Temple Mount).[2] According to classical rabbinical sources, in order to convert to Judaism, a Samaritan must first and foremost renounce any belief in the sanctity of Mount Gerizim.[2]

Onto a look back through history.

Between 1998-2000 he built a palace, inspired by Andrea Palladio, near Nablus

Al-Masri’s palace on Mt. Gerizim is a copy of a 16th-century house, located some 20 miles from Venice, that was designed by the Italian architect Andrea Palladio

Andrea Palladio

His talents were first recognized in his early thirties by Count Gian Giorgio Trissino, who also gave him the name Palladio, an allusion to the Greek goddess of wisdom Pallas Athene

Note:Bottom of picture looks like it has this symbol
Not sure what the writing at the bottom of the picture says looking for more info.

Gian Giorgio Trissino

Trissino was born of a patrician family at Vicenza in 1478. He was exiled from Venice for political reasons, and traveled in Germany and Lombardy. He eventually came under the protection of Pope Leo X, Pope Clement VII and Pope Paul III.

Pope Leo X

He is known primarily for the sale of indulgences to reconstruct St. Peter's Basilica and his challenging of Martin Luther's 95 theses. He was the second son of Lorenzo de' Medici, the most famous ruler of the Florentine Republic, and Clarice Orsini. His cousin, Giulio di Giuliano de' Medici, would later succeed him as Pope Clement VII (1523–34).

At least some pope's are honest

Various indications point to Leo's homosexuality. The principal evidence is the account of the historian Francesco Guicciardini (1483-1540) who, just a few years after Leo's death, wrote[1] in 1525: At the beginning of his pontificate most people deemed him very chaste; however, he was afterwards discovered to be exceedingly devoted - and every day with less and less shame - to that kind of pleasure that for honor's sake may not be named.

Now I'm sure no one reading this sees any connection between any of these people which would be true because their isn't much (yet) all I'm going on is the pass down of knowledge through the ages which i feel to be esoteric. Which Mr al-Masri may have got his hands on hence his inspiration from Andrea Palladio that or he just likes his architecture

posted on Apr, 10 2008 @ 08:37 AM
Let me just say this was just a 30min Wikithon and in no way have i looked deeply into this just wanted to point out a few quick connections guess its kind of like the 6 degrees of separation type thing.

Please feel free to add to this I'm up in the air and this guy could be Big anyway
Next week ill actually make a Connection between Mr al-Masri and The Global Elite.

One last thing if this makes no sense to you and you cant be bothered adding anything better then your crazy don't bother because iv heard it before

posted on Apr, 10 2008 @ 09:03 AM
reply to post by fLANKED

I long ago acknowledged that i had some crazy leanings, so i'm unafraid of answering your rather cryptic finishing point.

Anywho; The possibility that the NWO encompasses other factions also long ago occured to me, considering it serves as a means of keeping the masses off-balanced and unsure of who they can trust.

I truly would not be surprised if there were numerous NWO organisations involved, each of them competing for one cause or the other, in some cases purely to keep the other Org. bogged down.

The Palestinians are a good example of this - think about it; out of all the Isreali raids they never once actually arrested and paraded the guys who fired rockets into isreal - isn't that supposed to be the end result of those raids in the first place?

It might be worth looking up those conflicts of the world that ended rather inexplicably - the ones that just sort of trailed off until neither side was firing anymore, or at least not in such a way that civilians would be hurt.

This kind of mentality really makes me think about things like the current tibetan issue - whether or not some Chinese NWO org. just decided to stir things up a little as some sort of master plan to do with the olympics.

Like i said before, i wouldn't be surprised if both sides of the confrontations had been infiltrated by seperate NWO entities with their own agendas.

The shadowy world of NWO schemings is a many-faceted game, with potential adversaries at every turn.

Not the kind of thing you do on a whim.

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