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Old 12-08-2017, 06:33 AM   #16
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Re: Jerusalem

As I have said before, Time will tell. In the very near future, one of the European countries will become a majority muslim country, They will then vote in a block and only at that time we will see the true result of their intentions and tolerance..
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Old 12-08-2017, 11:28 AM   #17
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Re: Jerusalem

A lot depends on the IQ of the immigrant.The people I associate with that are muslim are educated and are not hurting for money because they are always working or taking care of their families.
When you have people with an IQ around 70-80,Idle time,clerics that are power hungry stirring the ignorant and inbred masses its not going to be good.
Minneapolis is a example.Take a stroll through the Mall of America now.
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Old 01-20-2018, 05:22 PM   #18
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Re: Jerusalem

More information from an Islamic scholar on the fake muslim narrative that Jerusalem belongs to them as one of their "holy sites."

"The Egyptian scholar and historian of medieval Islam, Professor Youssef Ziedan, recently caused a great deal of controversy in Muslim Arab circles, roiling the waters when he put forth, on an Egyptian talk show, his argument as go why the “Al-Aqsa” mosque in Jerusalem is not, and cannot be, the real one. Professor Ziedan pointed out that there were no mosques in Jerusalem during Muhammad’s lifetime, that the Umayyad Caliph, Abd al-Malik bin Marwan, completed the mosque in Jerusalem in 705 CE, 73 years after the death of Muhammad, and began to identify that structure as the “al-Aqsa” mosque mentioned in the Qur’an (17:1) for political reasons.

Because his main rival, Abdallah ibn Zubayr, had control over, and derived great prestige among Muslims as a result, the two holiest mosques, in Mecca and Medina, Abd al-Malik wanted at least to possess the “Al-Aqsa” mosque, as the third holiest site in Islam.

He simply identified the mosque he had built as that mentioned in the Qur’an as “the farthest mosque.” Professor Ziedan claims that the real Al-Aqsa mosque was on the road between Mecca and Ta’if, information which he found in the historian and early biographer of Muhammad, al-Waqidi. Naturally, Zeidan’s argument continues to stir up indignation — though, interestingly, nothing about it has yet appeared in the mainstream Western press — but no one has successfully rebutted his conclusions about the al-Aqsa mosque."

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