Where is the outrage?
Reader comment on: Wahhabi Vandalism In Morocco and Tunisia
Submitted by Cate Dixon (United States), Nov 9, 2012 16:24
Where is the outrage over the Waqf of Haram ash-Sharif in Jerusalem digging under the mosque there, using huge stone cutters, and dumping layers and layers of history in the Kidron Valley? Where is the outrage that, having done that, Palestinians and other Muslims now claim there was never a Jewish presence there?
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Other reader comments on this item
|Very nicely written piece [44 words]||Enzo||Oct 24, 2013 22:25|
|⇒ Where is the outrage? [53 words]||Cate Dixon||Nov 9, 2012 16:24|
|Islam is Islam [52 words]||Newspaniard||Nov 7, 2012 03:39|
|Historical sites [67 words]||Mike||Nov 5, 2012 16:11|
|Wahhabi intolerance [90 words]||Stephen||Nov 5, 2012 11:31|
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