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Submitted by nathan freedman (Canada), Jan 14, 2008 at 15:40

if the muslims believe that they should regain control of andalusia because they once controlled it, then the "same logic" should apply to the jews regaining judea & samaria which the romans renamed PALESTINA. the roman conquest of judea in 70 ad is commemorated in rome with the arch of titus showing the inhabitants of jerusalem being taken to rome.

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