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Reader comment on item: Walid Shoebat: "Palestinian turns from radical Muslim to true Zionist"

Submitted by counselor (United States), Sep 6, 2006 at 17:36

If he thinks the jews are the most peaceful of all and was impressed by the religion. and as he thought after reading the what ever Torah. How come he became a Christian. why not become a jew?

I think the reason is you make more money as christian accepted by the christian fundamentalists in the US as he goes around talking to the Christian fundamentalists around the country collecting money.

The fact is this guy found his niche and he is cashing in. I see him more a threat to the jews rather than the Palastenians.

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