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Brother Raqib, could you please answer at least some of my questions?

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Submitted by Moshe (Israel), Jan 2, 2007 at 06:06

Brother Raqib, I must note again that you show a really commendable familiarity with Jewish history, and the close ties between the Jewish People and their eternal homeland, The Land of Israel, or Palestine as our enemies renamed it. You appear to agree with me on everything or as you say: "I totally agree to what you wrote, " the exclusive right of the Jewish People to the Land of Israel is explicitly acknowledged even in your Koran"." But for some "mysterious" reason, and at the same time, you are also justifying your Islamist terrorist brothers who are sworn to destroy the State of Israel and to chase away (in the "good case") or exterminate its Jewish population. Here you owe us a real good explanation!

You claim: "I blamed zionist, a band of materialistic people, who actually never beleived in God. Since Yahweh gave you the holy land, they why you people aren't establishing Talmudic Law in the State of Israel?" Am I to understand that if in the State of Israel no secular jurisdiction would prevail, and the state would be run exclusively by Talmudic Law, in such a case the Arab/Muslim world would acknowledge its right to exist? Please kindly enlighten us!

"the Jews dwelled in the Holy City of Jerusalem. When Theodore Herzl proposed the State of Israel, 2/3 of the inhabitants of Jerusalem were Jews. Jews has lawfully purchased the land from Aab law but that does not mean that they we will be wiping out the whole Christian and Moslem Palestinians from Jerusalem." Here again you are mixing real facts with Arabian Nights delusions. When did Jews wipe out "whole Christian and Moslem Palestinians from Jerusalem."? Do you know how many Arabs (Muslims and Christians) do live today in Jerusalem? And do you know that many Christian Arabs are forced to leave their homes only because of the Islamic terror of their Muslim brothers? Just like in Lebanon, and other Arab populated countries? This reminds me of my first unanswered question addressed to you in my Dec.26 post: How do you explain that in the "loving" Muslim countries almost no Jews are left? Can you?

Now following your accusations, I must also ask you: How you explain that in spite of the "terrible persecutions" against the Arab population in Israel, nevertheless there is a happily living 20% Arab minority who fully enjoy all the benefits of life in modern Israel. Just curious!

Have a nice and peaceful Id el Adha

Moshe

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