Muhammed #1 -- that makes no sense - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • bbl
    • 14.10.07 | 05:26 (IST)

    You say that Israel wants to not attend the summit by making trouble. Then you call on all Muslims to "protest" this archaeological dig that, in absolutely no way, threatens the mosques in Jerusalem. Who exactly is it that wants to foment trouble; The Israelis for a totally harmless excavation or you who wants to create an international incident over it? If the Muslims ignore this dig, then how does it keep the Israelis from attending the summit. If anything, Muslims acting mature and not protesting will show the Israelis that they have a partner who respects their needs. Are you saying that the Muslims of the world are so weak that they can't help themselves and will freak out over practically nothing? And that the Israelis then will be to blame because they provoked the Muslims? It almost seems that way from what you've written. Get this through you skull, please: This dig does threatens neither peace moves nor Muslim holy sites. Muslims protesting over nothing does.

    from the article: Mugrabi excavations delayed due to appeal by Arab minister
    First published 00:00 14.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 14.10.07
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