Lavi # 13 Jerusalem Is Not Mentioned Even Once In The Koran - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • American in NY
    • 07.10.09 | 16:22 (IST)

    Rome is not mentioned anywhere in the Bible. and as Oleh Hadash # 33 notes ?FYI - Jerusalem is not mentioned in the Pentateuch - the five books of Moses - also known as the Torah? None of these, the Torah, Bible or the Koran are valid as far as bestowing bestowing ownership to the property. Tradition and usage along with common sense should allow access to it by all as a historical site and accommodations worked out for worship by all. However, the Muslim claim seems to have more validity if only by continuous usage aver the past hundreds of years. I was in Israel in the 74 and visited the Dome of the Rock with a Jewish friend. It was under Muslim management and they were unobtrusive in their presence. It was a pleasant visit and they did not seem to be offended by non Muslim visitors. I can only guess at why the relationship has become so bitter from that time.

    from the article: Israel fears violence following arrest of Islamic Movement head
    First published 01:38 07.10.09 | Last updated 08:11 07.10.09
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