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Reader comment on item: Ending the Palestinian "Right of Return"
in response to reader comment: Dear Mr. Rex

Submitted by the Grand Infidel of Kaffiristan (Australia), Jan 31, 2012 at 00:38

Mr Banerjee continues to make intriguing statements without backing them up with evidence:

"Biblical Christianity also demands the return of European ANglo-Saxons from America to their homelands in Europe...."

How amazing. Perhaps Mr Bannerjee can furnish the verse and chapter of the Bible that makes this statement. The Bible is an interesting book - but being so large - it's often hard to find references in it isn't it?

It has been a perplexing task to find the dreadful tract that someone quoted that reads:

"The Hour will not be established until you fight with the Muslims, and the stone behind which a Muslim will be hiding will say. "O Infidel ! There is a Muslim hiding behind me, so kill him."

Perhaps this passage is in one of the 'hidden' or gnostic gospels.and not the mainstream Bible at all.

But can you imagine , if this is correct, the outcry that the poor Muslim victims of discrimination will make at the U.N. and in every other form of media they can get access to?

But getting back on track - one wonders , if muslims believe the Bible is a corrupt book - why does Mr Bannerjee use it to support any of his fanciful positions at all?

Does the Bible also mention that Indians should walk back to Africa at any point?

" What do you think about going back to Europe and leave the American continent to La Raza movement and its followers ? "

If the suggestion is that Anglo_Saxons are to return to Europe - simply because they are European - then all Spanish descendants should as well shouldn't they? And in order to be politically correct and not allow the slightest trace of discrimination - all muslims should return to the lands of their ancestors as well. In fact - being the latest arrivals - they should leave first.


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