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Jerusalem in the OT

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in response to reader comment: Not mentioned in the Torah either

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 7, 2008 at 09:02

Our dear wrote

>Jerusalem was never and will never be mentioned in the Torah (the Pillar five books of Judaism)Other books are not God's words

Really? Your Allah says that he revealed (sic) the psalms (I will only use the rasm ZBR) to Dawood. Right? Then the psalms must be your Allah's words. Right? And you will find that the word Jerusalem is in the ZBR right? How come you did not know that? Oh let me guess: you were hoping that we infidels do now know that. Right? What a fake

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