Carta, with Moslems it don't be that way! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Zev Davis
    • 28.03.10 | 22:04 (IDT)

    As monotheists, the Moslems have this thing about Allah and his Prophet and them's that believe in him. If you don't, you are a Dhimmi, not worthy of Allah, or his Prophet. In India, the Moghuls, Persian Moslems swept through and turned Hindu temples into Mosques cuz' the local religion was deemed idolatrous. One of those mosques, in Ayodhya was turned back into a Hindu temple a few years back. Blood ran in the streets, but the Moslems are a minority in the Republic of India and the "former Hindu temple" was a Hindu temple again. Here, in the Land of Israel the situation is different, surrounded by a countries with Moslem majorities, so . . . the issue lies between Jews and Moslems. What can I tell ya'

    from the article: Replace Temple Mount mosques with Jewish Temple, rightist campaign says
    First published 14:37 28.03.10 | Last updated 14:51 28.03.10
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