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Very Interesting Video - Al Jazeera and Mordechai Kedar from the University of Tel Aviv

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posted on Sep, 10 2011 @ 12:23 PM
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This video is most interesting and reveals a great deal about the tensions involving continued development of Jerusalem and the West Bank. Dr. Kedar mentions that Jerusalem is not mentioned in the Quran. This is true directly, but Jerusalem is referenced by another name. When was Muhammad born in 570 AD, he was born into the same tribe as Abraham. This is the Quraysh tribe. The birth right was given to Issac and not Ishmael. This is clear form the Bible. Issac is the son of Abram, later know as Abraham when the letter hey was added to his name. The letter hey represents his faith in God and Issac's later seed leading to Christ. Jerusalem was property of the Hebrews in the first century and before. The history of the land is well documented.




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posted on Sep, 10 2011 @ 12:49 PM
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are you sure the translation is correct ?
if so, cool how the israeli guy speaks arabic and calls a muslim brother.


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posted on Sep, 10 2011 @ 02:41 PM
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I think that interview is proof that Israel is the problem in the region and not the Palestinians or any other group or country.

It reveals that the Zionists are not willing to give up East Jerusalem or the Westbank. There is no intention at all to give the Palestinians their own country and that is why they are so ******* scared of the UN decision this month.

Their goal is to take everything and try to get rid of the Palestinians by all mean necessary.

History my ***, there are UN resolutions the Zionist government has to accept.
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