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    • Dan
    • 13.12.05 | 22:18 (IST)

    Khalid you will never realize your dreams of independence untill you realize reality. The age of Islam has withered and been blown into the wind by time and J*h's hand. J'lem is the undivided capital of Israel and the Original and Paramount holy place for Jews, and has been for thousands of years. In fact, my Jewish forefathers were carrying holy proccessions upon the Temple mount thousands of years before Islam, oil, or any of the other keys to your past success were invented. Therefore, if you want to live in honesty and with the truth of the most high in your heart then you must admit that J'lem is a Jewish place of worship and only a proxy site of Islam. In fact, mohameed never made it to J'lem... Like you, he only dreamed about it. Also, the monument that sits upon the rock today wasnt built by moslems, it was built by Byzantine christians before mosque technology had been formally instituted. That is why the architecture of the temple upon the rock bears so similar characteristics to Islamic architecture that was developed hundreds of years later in Egypt, Iran, Spain, etc. Furthermore, you should be careful accusing people of being liars just because there paradigm is vastly different than yours, which proably lacks formal education and grounding in historical fact as apposed to the obvious street propaganda you usually bring to this site. Also, since the Islamic Waqf still controlls and maintains the Temple mount what the bleep are you whinning about. If you want to visit so bad why dont you just ask them and stop blaming those who dont have control for your problems. Religious Jews are banned from walking atop Judaisms most holy site but Moslem religious services still go on there...even though Israel 'occupies' it. No Jews were allowed durring Islamic political control of this site so i guess that means Jews are more fair to moslems than vice versa. How would you feel if Israel or US occupied Mecca and told you you couldnt pray inside in a obvious fashion. You proably cry Jihad

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    First published 00:00 13.12.05 | Last updated 00:00 13.12.05
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