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Jerusalem Holy city for Muslims?

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Submitted by PDM (United States), Dec 20, 2007 at 18:37

Politics has nothing to do with the muslim claim to Jerusalem. Islam has declared in the koran the Jewish people as its enemy. Muslims conquered Jerusalem destroying the Jewish temple and claimed it as their own because of pure warlord lust. They cannot give Jerusalem back to the Jewish people because that would mean they have 'lost." Lost what, I don't know, but emotionally immature individuals exhibit the same behavior and when challenged do the same thing - have a tantrum.

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