The retired firefighter voice in me is telling me this stinks of a cover-up/False Flag. During my 23 years as a firefighter, I not only fought fires, but occasionally assisted the Fire Marshals during the fire investigation, so I’ve got some knowledge about fires and how they start.
So here’s my 3 reasons why the ND fire was arson..or worse:
1. The Paris prosecutor in charge of the investigation says it was not an intentional fire. And he claims in less than 24 hours that the fire wasn’t intentional? BULLSHIT. It takes at least 3-4 days, if you rush the samples–for the investigators to gather charred lumps from ALL over the building, seal them in tins, send them to a lab and let the lab determine if any hydrocarbons–fuels–were used. You can’t do that in less than 24 hours.
2. It would also take the investigators at least 3-4 days to find where the fire started, which usually is where the fire burnt the hottest. In a building that size, it would take at least a day for it to cool down enough for the investigators to enter and do their job. And if they find more than one place where the fire started, it’s ARSON. To put together all their evidence, it would be at least a MONTH to issue a preliminary finding, not less than 24 hours.
3. Want a coincidence? About the same time ND was torched, a fire broke out at a holy Islamic site, the Al-Aqsa mosque in Occupied Jerusalem, which the Israelis have been wanting to destroy for decades so they can erect their so-called Third Temple and bring about a 1,000 Jew Reich.
So that’s 3 good reasons why the ND fire was arson by the Mossad, most likely, because now we have BS stories coming out that Muslims were dancing and cheering during the fire, just like the BS stories that came out during the Israeli master-minded 9/11 False Flag, that Palestinians were dancing, when in fact, it was Israeli Jews who were arrested for dancing and hi-fiving each other during that attack.
If you know who is behind this endless war pitting Christians against Muslims and who owns the MSM, most Western governments and controls the banks, you’ll know who was behind the ND arson fire.
Jerusalem: Fire breaks out at Al-Aqsa mosque around the same time as Notre Dame Cathedral blaze
The mosque is considered the third holiest site in Islam.
The Palestine News Agency, which is the official outlet of the Palestine National Authority, said the fire broke out in a guard’s room outside the roof of the Marwani Prayer Room. The fire was doused by Islamic Waqf’s fire brigade, according to Russia Today.
Video clips posted on social media showed smoke rising from the top of the Marwani Prayer Room which is also known as Solomon’s Stables. The mosque is located on top of the Temple Mount and is considered the third holiest site in Islam. It has been at the centre of the ongoing Arab-Israeli conflict.
The cause of the fire is not known yet. Sheikh Azzam al-Khatib, director general of the Jerusalem Waqf and Al-Aqsa Mosque Affairs Department, suggested that the fire could have been started by children who were seen playing in the area.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas warned against targeting the holy site. He called for preserving the compound’s “great religious and humanitarian value.”
A massive fire engulfed the historic Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France, on Monday. The cathedral’s spire collapsed under the fire, which raged for hours. The blaze also spread to one of its landmark rectangular towers. The fire was brought under control on Tuesday morning.
The mosque compound is located in the Old City section of East Jerusalem, which Israel seized from Jordan in 1967. Israel annexed the entire city in 1980 in a move, but Jordan’s monarchy was granted custodial rights over the Islamic holy sites, according to Newsweek.
In 2017, United States President Donald Trump formally recognised Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, calling it “a long overdue step to advance the peace process”. Israel called the decision “historic”, even as several countries and the United Nations, the European Union and the Vatican, criticised the move.
The United Nations Security Council later voted against the United States’ decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.