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Temple Mount Metaphor

Reader comment on item: Nightmare on Temple Mount

Submitted by Patrick (United States), Sep 11, 2002 at 13:58

The Temple Mount serves as a metaphor for a failed Palestinian culture and maybe even Arab culture at large. Although the Temple Mount is currently standing, its collapse is inevitable as is the collapse of their collective society. They (Palestinians and Arabs) have no one to blame but themselves for their dismal state. ..This is applicable in all areas of their lives whether it be political, social or, as in this case, the science of engineering...

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