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Reader comment on item: The Year the Arabs Discovered Palestine [Long version]

Submitted by Prashant (United States), May 14, 2021 at 20:11

Dear Dr Pipes, I would not have imagined that there is a Turkish charity in Jerusalem. After all, I do not know of any Jewish charities allowed to exist in Istanbul. But the International media reported that in the recent conflict against Hamas, the IDF harmed a Turkish charity in Jerusalem.

Before lots of starry eyed leftist people start calling Israel names, I thought what the Turkish charity did in Jerusalem. You guessed it right. The apple never falls too far from the apple tree. There was no evidence that this charity does anything toward universal good. It contributed toward red Cresent and served Iftar dinners to Palestinians.

Muslims should understand that targeting toward Palestinian is not humanitarian: pelestaniarian.
But Muslim won't understand. By Allah's decree, if Muslims just serve Zakat to Mulims, they will qualify for जन्नत and nothing more needs to be done.


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Daniel Pipes replies:

I think you are referring to the bombing of a Turkish charity in Gaza: https://twitter.com/DanielPipes/status/1392804245615878145?s=20

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