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A response to Arlinda De Angelis.

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Submitted by Jens Bay (Denmark), Nov 19, 2002 at 10:03

No Ms. Arlinda. The original homeland of the Palestinians is not Jordan. It is Philistria. Or Canaan. The Palestinians or Philistines had this land before God "promised" it to the Jews, before Abraham came to the "Coast of the Philistines", and long before the Philistines turned Muslim...

The point is, that you can't base politics on religion. The Muslims think so, but the Zionists think as well, and it dosn't work. (Not peacefully, anyway)
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