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Jews weren't treated Sooo Nice in Muslim countries

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Submitted by Jim40 (France), Dec 16, 2015 at 12:06

and sometimes converted by force and killed randomly. Like anywhere else ...

Maimonides fled from Andalus to Moroco because Almoravides and from Moroco whrere he must convert to islam he fled to France (Languedoc) and then to Egypt...under Saladin Caliphat.

Revising History properly seems necessary to tell abour Jews amonfg Islamics.

Submitting....

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