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Reader comment on item: The Muslim Claim to Jerusalem
in response to reader comment: A reply to Farooq

Submitted by Kathleen (United Kingdom), Dec 15, 2009 at 14:39

KUDOS TO THE RESPONDER: Bharat Raina,and well said thanks.We say this many times over when we respond on such matters on different forums.We have the deniers,who are in the main "fundemental Islamists",or the ones who like to bash the Jews/Israel. I have yet to see any Synagogue built on top of a Church,or a Mosque(to the last:oh,oh heaven forfend)! Whilst I am on the subject,why are there no churches(let alone synagogues)In Saudi Arabia, or in Kuwait,Arab Emirets and the rest of the bunch in the ME? Oh... I know....it is the viscus oil that has generated the present rise of Islamization of many countries.What will happen when the oil wells DRY UP?And sure enough,in the not too distant future they WILL DRY UP.Those countries will have to change tack--somewhat and perhaps become humble.Time is now approaching to stop Islam's belligerence...toward Gentiles and Jews period. There are a couple of billions of them?However it is Quality and NOT Quantity that counts.Cheers Raina!


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