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    • cjstgeorge
    • 10.09.10 | 12:36 (IDT)

    Of course there are church (buildings) in Muslim countries, like Jordan, but how many are used as churches? How about synagogues? By law, there are no Jews in Jordan unless you count the annexed West Bank.

    from the article: Iran FM: Zionists behind U.S. church's plan to burn Koran
    First published 19:14 09.09.10 | Last updated 19:14 09.09.10
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