Reader comment on: Jerusalem, Capital of Israel: An Islamic Prophecy
Submitted by Robert Nicholson, Jan 29, 2013 20:34
Fantastic piece. You are brave.
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|Jerusalem [84 words]||Jeremy||Dec 12, 2013 12:32|
|Fantastic [40 words]||Edward Ovadia||Oct 20, 2013 11:14|
|Remarkable. [28 words]||Mark||Oct 16, 2013 14:56|
|Bible [9 words]||Tom Skylark||Aug 12, 2013 19:33|
|Jerusalem and the Jews [54 words]||Gerald A. Honigman||Jun 19, 2013 10:03|
|Koran and the Jews [34 words]||Sandra||Feb 20, 2013 06:53|
|Forgery of history: the Muslims are champions! [112 words]||François Alexandre||Feb 13, 2013 02:40|
|Muhammad's 'prophecy' [89 words]||Winnie||Feb 4, 2013 12:59|
|Read your Quran and Hadith more closely, Mr. Salim. [30 words]||Steven Buckley||Jan 31, 2013 17:25|
|Who is the author? [20 words]||PC||Jan 30, 2013 12:54|
|I wonder...? [93 words]||Max Modine||Jan 29, 2013 22:49|
|↔ Racist? [20 words]||Treehugger||Feb 15, 2013 11:05|
|⇒ Wow [5 words]||Robert Nicholson||Jan 29, 2013 20:34|
|Nice thoughts, but do they matter? [299 words]||Phillip Slepian||Jan 29, 2013 12:51|
|↔ Al taqiyya? [62 words]||Jim Fox||Feb 7, 2013 14:00|
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