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Jews in future Palestinian State

Reader comment on item: Salam Fayyad Says Yes to Jews Living in a Palestinian State?

Submitted by Radio Jihad (United States), Jul 9, 2009 at 15:54

Your man Salam Fayyad is showing you how Taqiyya and Kitman are artfully practiced. For Fayyad to say such non-Sharia compliant statements unchallenged is a missed opportunity. For those in attendance to believe Fayyad at face value would have to be naieve and have very little understanding of Sharia Law, Koran, and Hadiths.

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