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|
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|Remarkable. [28 words]||Mark||Oct 16, 2013 14:56|
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|Jerusalem and the Jews [54 words]||Gerald A. Honigman||Jun 19, 2013 10:03|
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|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|
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|⇒ 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|
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by Salim Mansur
What we are witnessing is Israel engaged in a struggle against Hamas, against Palestinians, against Arabs, against Muslims, and against an expanding body of opinion in the West that is less and less inhibited from displaying the rancid anti-Semitism behind its support for those who openly call for another Holocaust for the Jews.
Gaza was returned to the Palestinians in 2005 as a test for building trust.
This verse [31:27 ] means that no one Muslim should claim that he has a monopoly over the reading of the Quran, for that would amount to reducing the majesty of God to the smallness of man.
The sound of battle is louder than the call to prayer.
by Khaled Abu Toameh
Evidently Abbas has reached the conclusion that unless he hurries up and declares his support for the Palestinian "resistance" in the Gaza Strip, his people will march on his office and force him to quit. Abbas's fear of a revolt has driven him into the open arms of Hamas and Islamic Jihad.
Another reason for the unexpected change in Abbas's policy might be the promise of financial aid he received from Qatar -- an enemy of Egypt's al-Sisi, but the largest funder of the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas.
Abbas know that if he wants to survive, he will have to be on the side of the radicals.
by Alan M. Dershowitz
by Lawrence A. Franklin
There is no change in U.S policy toward Israel that will win any true allies in the Middle East, despite what Arab leaders claim. They often assert that if only we would solve the Palestinian-Israeli problem first, relations would improve. This is a tactic. These leaders employ it simply to divert Western officials from making demands on them, instead of on Israel. The reality is that most Arabs view the U.S., its European allies and Israel with ineradicable contempt.
by Alan M. Dershowitz