#94 Jake - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • M.Nathanson
    • 28.05.05 | 03:14 (IDT)

    Several comments foe Jake : 1. The Nazarenes indeed were Jews but the Chrisitians are not remotely any. The 'Entire Hebrew Canon' is adopted by the Christians for the sole reason that according to them it informs about later events which are the key to their religion. Was not the fictitious Jesus a remote descendent of the fictious David? 2.The fictitious Abraham from Mesopotamia was not Jewish or even Israelite and therefore he is totally irrelevant to ant discussion of the topic at hand. Cana'an was NOT the cradle of the Jewish people- Paersia WAS. 3.Islam which was 'invented' by Mohamed was totally influenced by Judaism, a religion quite commom in Arabia at the time. Of course it was changed to suit the Arab tribes and to differentiate it from the 'mother' religion much as the latter was changed from its 'mother' religion Zoroasterianism. 4.Judaism and Islam are at odds today primarily for nationalistic reasons. Jews and Moslems had lived in the past quite peacefully. In the modern era Jews ad been 'kicked out' of Arab countries only in the aftermath of the 1948 war.

    from the article: Think before you sing `Hatikva'
    First published 00:00 27.05.05 | Last updated 00:00 27.05.05
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