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Thanks for the link to Leah Bat-Chaim's Why Jerusalem is Not Holy to Muslims

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Submitted by Joe Black (United States), Dec 23, 2009 at 03:11

Dear Dr Pipes: Thanks for showing a link to the Leah Bat-Chaim's article entitled "Why Jerusalem is not holy to Muslims". Bat-Chaims very correctly describes that it is Islamists' tendency to conquer foreign lands and usurp the holy sites of the defeated people. Every non-muslim culture in the world will have some such story to tell.

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