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    • oz
    • 19.01.10 | 19:38 (IST)

    It is easy to find anti Jewish reference in the Qur'an.It is even easier to find Mullahs, Imams,and Muftis that preach antisemitism,but we should instead of coming with all of the "proovs"that Islam see Jews as"evil"(a known fact) embrace anyone that says otherwise. We should give the guy the credit for his words. It takes some courage to speak like that.In times where most of Islamic leaders are preaching hate,any voice that fight them should be supported.One such voice is better than no voice at all. To the Mufti i'll say,Yasher Koakh!

    from the article: Syria's Mufti: Islam commands us to protect Judaism
    First published 10:57 19.01.10 | Last updated 12:15 19.01.10
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