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    • Ron of Fairfax
    • 17.05.10 | 00:31 (IDT)

    Not only Muslims, but anyone in the world who can read will scoff at a 3000 year old Jewish claim to Jerusalem. The claim is absurd. Abraham entered the land of Canaan c. 1935 B.C. There he was met and hosted by Melchizedek, a Jebusite king and priest. According to the Hebrew bible, the Jebusites built Jerusalem. From 1935 B.C. until 2010 A.D (today) Jerusalem has been controlled by the Jebusites, Jews, Persians, Greeks, Maccabeans (Jews) Romans, Byzantines, Arabs, Crusaders, Mamluks, Ottoman, and British, and from 1948 until today, Jews again. Over that span of 3,945 years, Jerusalem has been controlled by Jews for 625 years. The Jebusites controlled Jerusalem longer then the Jews. Don’t you people read anything but the Talmud?

    from the article: Netanyahu: We will never divide Jerusalem
    First published 19:39 12.05.10 | Last updated 19:39 12.05.10
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