Some of them are even up for rebuilding the Jewish Temple in the spot where the al-aqsa Mosque currently stands.
The Holy City, specifically the al-aqsa compound, has been the flashpoint for the latest round of conflict.
The al-aqsa Martyrs Brigades consists of scores of armed groups in the West Bank and Gaza.
He tells me it is a makeshift mosque—meant for those who have been barred from worshipping at al-aqsa Mosque.
One thing this new unrest shares with the Second Intifada, also known as the al-aqsa Intifada, is the flashpoint.
One of the cedars, for example, was about 1,340 years old, or roughly the same age as al-aqsa.
They say that the Israelis framed him in order to light the powder keg of religious war over the al-aqsa compound.
There are also several pictures of al-aqsa Mosque being stormed by armed settlers.