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Hey, IsraDane, what about that OTHER monotheistic religion?

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Submitted by Caleb (United States), Apr 22, 2010 at 21:34

By your reasoning, President Lincoln's parents weren't permitted to name their boy **Abraham** after the first Patriarch because that would have made the Prophet Abraham a "proto-Protestant". Jerusalem is holy to Christians, too, a fact supporters of Israel are unlikely to dispute given Israel's more pressing than ever need for friends in America's Evangelical Christian community.

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