British archeological archives indicate that the Aksa mosque, built on the Temple Mount, may have been constructed on the site of a Byzantine Church.

The photo archives of a British archeologist who carried out the only archeological excavation ever undertaken at the Temple Mount's Aksa Mosque show a Byzantine mosaic floor underneath the mosque that was likely the remains of a church or a monastery, an Israeli archeologist said on Sunday.

Building mosques on the site of conquered religious sites has been Standard Operating Procedure for Islam since the beginning. (Mecca was not an empty piece of desert prior to Islam.) Ask the Hindus in India what happened to lots of their temples. Ask Christians about Hagia Sophia.

Religion of Tolerance my ***.