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Reader comment on item: The Muslim Claim to Jerusalem
in response to reader comment: Dealing with historical islam in an honest way, thank you.

Submitted by Frederick B. Wolfe (United States), Apr 15, 2006 at 01:15

There were Christian people and Jewish in the land of the Jews before the coming of the hordes of ignorant reactionary Arabs who must have left their homeland since it offered them nothing but dry sand and near starvation. With the end of cremations, there was little use for incense, which was the chief product of an otherwise useless piece of territory. The Eastern Roman Empire had tried to use some tribes of the Arabs as guards against the Persians and they fought well and to their death against the Mohammedan Horde. The Arabs have NO claim except by conquest and since the Jews have reclaimed (by force of arms ) their land the Arabs must give up any and all claims to Jerusalem since they are there under the idea that omce the Mohammedans have conquered a place it is theirs forever if false and in fact the time will come when they are forced to return to the the barren, sterile and useless sand that they sprang from and become as they were...

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