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Reader comment on item: The Muslim Claim to Jerusalem
in response to reader comment: You are clearly not open minded towards the muslim opinion of the topic

Submitted by Mohammed Wazir Ahkspaidar (Australia), Apr 17, 2014 at 01:27

'.....is the third most sacred mosque for many muslims around the globe......'

Why just 'many' - do others dispute it?

What makes it so 'sacred'? Because it belongs to the Jews perhaps? The sole claim to it by muslims is based on a fable. Offending muslim 'feelings' is not a basis for not discussing muslim claims to the Temple Mount.

Mahmoud - most sane people would be more inclined to believe muslim claims to any part of Jerusalem when you can bring to the table indisputable facts relating to the reality of 'buraks' - the flying horse on which Mo flew to the 'furthest mosque'. Proof could be remains of any sort, fossilied or otherwise, photographs or actual specimens of living buraks or even evidence of other flying quadrapeds in the family Equus. n.b. statues or artistic representations of the mythical ancient Greek creature Pegasus do not count.

When you do present evidence - I'm sure you'd then be able to get funding from rich arabs to present your case at the Hague.

Also - proof of exactly where the 'furthest mosque ' was -would help clinch your case.

Has Jerusalem been mentioned in the koran by the way?


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