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Submitted by vivi (Canada), Jun 5, 2010 at 18:07

Most informative musings on Israel and the vital part of jewish claim to Jerusalem.It might surprise you to learn, Judaism has a lot of support from Christians. The settlements are a different matter , they are perceived as a sneaky intrusion on someone else property.Having said that , I too wish it was all a jewish state. I fear islam and have no respect for the religion. Being an older , nordic woman with no church affiliation , I fear one day it will come to": Have you read the koran(common english) lately?"

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