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Jews between Christian Hatred And Muslim Tolerance

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Submitted by Emad Ibrahim (Egypt), Jan 21, 2019 at 06:11

Since the uprising of Islam in the 7th century, Jews never got shelter from the christian hatred and oppression except under Muslim rule.Jerusalem Christians insisted on excluding Jews from inhabiting the city as a condition to surrender the city to Muslim early conquerors. Again, during the crusade ages Jews were not welcomed to christian-ruled territories in Palestine and Syria. Later in Spain, Jews fleet out soon after Muslims surrender to Christians in 15th century. Most Jewish refugees lived either in Morocco or in the great ottoman empire with Muslims.

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