The Muslims were invaders; the Jews were not!
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Submitted by Kowalski (Germany), Dec 22, 2012 10:28
The Muslims (but after 200 years nobody in Spain heard from Mohammed!) came as invaders and started a war! Thats the difference - but brainwashed Muslims belive they bring only freedom (as you can see worldwide)...
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