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Surprise surprise! The etymology of the word al-Quds

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 8, 2014 at 09:47

For the readers: It is indeed strange that the likes of our dear GoD whose command of Arabic and of history of the Middle East is poor this does not stop him from pretending to know when he does not know any thing

Jerusalem is Al-Quds in Arabic,

And are you aware that the word al-Quds or Beit al-Maqddas is really from the Hebrew name for the Temple or בית המקדש or Beit Hamiqdash or the house of the temple/holy

See? Old civilizations are never conjured away

And here is your bonus for today: Abd al-Malik that built al-Masjid al-Aqsa was more likely than not a non Trinitarian Christian Arab and that his aim was to have a place for the Hajj not in Mecca but in Urshaleem which was still called in his time: Aelia!

See? you need to know all of this before your post your vile hate and ignorance

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