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where were the jews during the past 3000 year, why they did not claim the land?

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Submitted by sTs (United Arab Emirates), Nov 19, 2008 at 11:37

where were the Jews during the past 3000 years , why they did not claim Jerusalem from the many occupiers of the city for centuries. why they did not ask the Muslims to hnad over the city to them being the rightful (as they claim) owners.

Why they were banished and persecuted during the babylons and the romans, why God foresake them and had and still have His wrath on them. ...

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