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It is still the case today

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Submitted by Michael Hanni Morcos (Canada), Sep 30, 2011 at 15:42

This have been the case throughout history-it has been done with the Ottomans in Turkey and the lands they took over-It's still the case today as it is happening in Upper Egypt-burning churches and converting them to mosques -Another point is they don't stop with just places of worship like temples ,synagogues,churches they take your land,businesses ,and even women and children-I recall my late mom telling me of Egyptian Jews that left with nothing more than the clothing on their backs-

Those are the facts my friend-

Thank You.

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