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Great article: The keys are with their rightful owners.

Reader comment on item: Muslim Zionism
in response to reader comment: The difference between the two Zions

Submitted by Sword of Islam & The Babies of Beslan (United Kingdom), Jun 8, 2006 at 08:05

Submitted by Harrak, Jun 6, 2006 at 19:11

Muslim Zionism thinks just to bring the people that were born in Jerusalem and exported away from their homes..I mean people who still keep the keys and the ownership papers dating back to the Ottoman and British rule....

- Agreed. The Crusaders took the keys & papers, that you speak of, from the defeated Ottomans and gave them to the state of Israel as mandated by the UN. Glad that we can agree on this issue. It's a great pity that the adjacent Arab states were greedy and tried to steal the keys back. The ash-kicking that they received from tiny Israel, and the subsequent displacement of the Palestinians, is a guilt that they will have to live for ever. A pity that they do so little to help their brothers. Glad to see that Hamas are behaving themselves a little better now that we have stopped feeding them scraps from our dinner table. Why don't the Arabs give them a bone or two to chew on? So much for Muslim brotherhood!


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