RE: Anti-semitic article (#11) - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Moshe
    • 30.03.10 | 21:04 (IDT)

    Posted: "...Israel was promised to the Jewish people by G-d and we need nobody`s permission to hold on to what is rightfully ours. All Jewish holy places have been ours for thousands of years were either inherited or purchased for money by our ancestors...' Before G-d "promised" these lands to anyone, let alone Jews, which were not existant when G-d "promised" these lands to Abraham and his decendants, until much much later, there were others living on these lands for many centuries before any Hebrew/Israelite/Jew ever came to these lands. So whatever G-d "promised" does not make it right for anyone to kick out the inhabitants of these lands and claim them as their own. The holy places that you talk about are also holy for many other people of different religions. So if you have the right to claim these holy places as your holy places based on your religous beliefes, they also are entitled to claim them as holy places based on their religious beliefes.

    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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