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The problem with Muslim history.

Reader comment on item: The Muslim Claim to Jerusalem

Submitted by Catarin (United States), Jan 10, 2009 at 11:58

In reading an article in Bible Review published in 2005, Arab Palestinian negotiator Erekat said in Muslim tradition there never was a Jewish Temple on the Mount. The extremist Muslims publish letters accusing Jews of stealing other people's lands and prosylitizing the poipulations. They accuse the Jews of what they do. They do this with impunity because the Quran tells them they may lie in the interest of Islam. No peace can come out of this propagandized scenerio. Twisted speak has been the norm for centuries.

These untruths effectively are telling Jews and Christians they don't matter, their holy books don't matter, their claims don't matter, their history doesn't matter, and this is happening in the Holy Land of the Jews and Christians. Not all Muslims are complicit in this, but some American universities have allowed their Middle Eastern departments to be infiltrated by false teachers of Islamic history.

I say to these Muslims prove your history or in the words of the King of Spain, shut up! Maybe a lawsuit could resolve this, and I'm thinking it could be filed by any one of the Jews and Christians worldwide.


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