#7: It is entertaining to read "palestinian dove" from Israel - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Vladimir
    • 06.10.09 | 08:33 (IST)

    So, "fanatic" Jews are those who want to be "near the Mosque compound" and open-minded and free-thinking "palestinian doves" those who want to throw stones and kill them. Very interesting definitions... Very much in line with the democratic spirit of Islam and peace loving behavior of Arabs... Would be interesting to know the source of your "eye-opening" discovery that "Jews never bothered with the area". May be you also remind us why "Jews never prayed near the site and only started demanding access after the arrival of the British in 1918"? Or maybe they were not allowed to do so by "fair-minded" and "just" Moslem authorities under the penalty of death? And, of course, the whole pre-Islamic history of Jerusalem (oh, sorry, al-Quds) is just a fiction and "Zionist narrative", including Roman Emperors who all were just Zionist agents and Islam-bashers. Thank you "palestinian" who adapted Roman designation of identity and stole the Jewish history and inheritance.

    from the article: Palestinians, U.S. Jews spar over 'Judaizing' Jerusalem
    First published 19:52 05.10.09 | Last updated 22:37 05.10.09
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