FOX does history #29 [oy vey] - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 29.03.10 | 20:05 (IDT)

    ...or does it in. "Since a history maven such as yourself is aware that in the year 641 ad the Arab armies conquered Israel, changed to Palestine by the Romans." FOX. Actually, The Arabs conquered Palestine, the name of which was changed by the Romans from Judea, not Israel. Israel was conquered well over a thousand years earlier than that, by another beast entirely, the Assyrians. Now some other little factoids in your post. Yes every power that be, built his Temple or place of worship over the Temple of the onethat went before. No doubt Solomon built his Temple on some ancient Jebusite site. As if only Muslims build over others holy places? Christianity has a long record of doing the same and of course Israel destroyed well over a hundred mosques post 1948, so it is common currency as they say to replace the other fellows place of worship or destroy it. The Muslims were more circumspect on this score than the Christians but you would not know that either. You should also bear in mind that the Arabs built their al Aqsa mosque, not ON the existing Temple, but on the site of the Byzantine church built by Justinian, which stood there at the time of the Arab invasion. Never mind, you can only know what you know. Also, it was not built over the holy of holies you heathen, but the chanuyot. Some believe that the old Temple had been located north of the Dome of the Rock[not al Aqsa at all] while others believe that it was south of the Dome of the Rock, but still not al Aqsa], but you would not know that. of the site of the But I wonder FOX if you knew that Jews aided the Arabs in their conquest of Jerusalem? [Byzantines were not so kindly to those Jews you see and forbade them from entering Jerusalem] A ban lifted by the Arabs.[but of course you would not have known that either. Happy pesach.

    from the article: The plague of darkness has struck modern Israelites
    First published 02:06 29.03.10 | Last updated 10:33 29.03.10
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