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Jerusalem-The Eternal Capital of Israel

Reader comment on item: Reviewing the Muslim Claim to Jerusalem

Submitted by Lawrence Benjamin (United Kingdom), May 1, 2012 at 13:42

Jerusalem is the Holy City for the Jewish and Christian people and eternal capital of Israel.Islam has nothing to do with Jerusalem.The farthest Mosque Mohammad flew from Mecca could have been in Russia or North pole.

Some body asked a Jewish person as to why would Mohammad fly from Mecca to Jerusalem {as the Muslims claim}first before flying to Heaven.His crisp reply; BECAUSE THERE ARE NO DIRECT FLIGHTS FROM MECCA TO HEAVEN.Sholom.

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