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Jerusalem should be a city of peace

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Submitted by John Philipss (Japan), Jun 13, 2012 at 01:14

Jerusalem is so obviously so important to so many people that it should obviously be a city of peace run by the International Community, if not the UN then an inte rreligious body of all three religions. I'm afraid that neither Israel nor the increasingly Islamist Palestinians will agree, though, since Muslims and Jews together are easily outnumbered by Christians in the world today.

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