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    • Optomitrist
    • 17.10.07 | 16:47 (IST)

    "What are u talking about this disputed land? was there no bible no king david ...no temple there is plenty of proof that this is our land" Yes, there was a bible (Jews wrote it, very self serving), yes there was a king david, and many more after and before! (Canninites, etc), yes, there was a temple, and many others as well! ...and yet that does not prove ANYTHING! There is no 'ownership' of this land, this land has ALWAYS been shared, even when the first jew came to the land, there was already people living there! What chutzapah you have to then say that it is YOURS ALL YOURS, it have never been, nor will it ever be ALL YOURS...sorry, this land has had many, many tribes living in it, and arabs, as well as jews, both semitic tribes that came from elsewhere (the jews even acknowledge this through their own mythology, and credit and invisible man that no one can see for giving it to them...how nice)...historic Palestine has never been a homogenous place, religiously or otherwise.

    from the article: Peres: Government has no intention of dividing Jerusalem
    First published 00:00 17.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 17.10.07
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