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Why cannot Jewish people visit their ancestral places ?

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Submitted by Harry (United States), May 19, 2009 at 18:47

As per Koran, there were Jewish tribes in Mecca/Medina before Mohd showed up with some funny verses (as per Salman Rushdie Satanic Verses)..

Why cannot Jewish people visit their ancestral places ?

This is nothing but religious apartheid...

When South africa had racial apartheid, the whole world protested.

But why is no one protesting Saudi arabia's religious apartheid ?

Submitting....

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