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Submitted by W Ahl (United States), Feb 15, 2006 at 19:51

Jerusalem, as we most of us call it today, was built by King Soloman (AS), son of Dawud (AS), and continued being built even after his death through creatures he controlled known in the Muslim world as Jinn. King Solomen (AS) was in fact a Muslim, thus his ancestors also being virtued by Islam, and thus his respected offspring also blessed by Islam. His offspring included Ibrahim (AS), Jesus or Isaa (AS) in arabic, and finally Muhammed (AS), all who were muslim.

Where does Christianity, Hinduism and even Judaism fit in with all of this? Simple, Muslims, naturally over time forgot their identity, this inventing various forms of deviations, which of course became deformed religions over time as mentioned above. Unbelievable.... well think not, for you have had the oppurtunity of chance more than once.

Make this artcile not go to waste my brothers. E-mail me if any questions arise, for everything above will save a life of lives in the near future.
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This comment offers an interesting example of Islamic imperialism.

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