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Gerald Honigman has just published a major book, "QUEST FOR JUSTICE", the result of decades of study on the Middle east.

Jerry was denied a PhD because he was too pro-Israel. But he wasn’t daunted and went on to crown his years of study with this book rather than a PhD.

To read more about the book and what others say and where you can buy it go

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 21, 2016 11:21 am    Post subject: UNESCO ANTI-SEMITISM Add User to Ignore List Reply with quote

Before an enemy wipes a people off the face of the earth and steals their land, they first destroy all evidence and artifacts that they ever existed. Then, they kill off the people. And, that is exactly what the Arabs, the EU, UN and even some in the US are doing to Israel and the Jews.

Think about it......but don't think too long.

Jerusalem quiz:

1:The story connecting Muhamad to Jerusalem is not part of the Quran.
It was invented by the Damascus-based Umayyad Caliphs.
Damascus rulers were so immoral that the Muslim leaders from Mecca forbade the access of people under their rule to Mecca.
They invented the story about the Muhammad dream and Jerusalem (that doesn’t exist in Quran) as a replacement holy place to Mecca for pilgrims.
After the access to Mecca was possible once again, Jerusalem didn’t have any significance for the Umayya governed Arabs.

2: How many times is Jerusalem mentioned in the Jewish Bible and how many times in the Qur’an?
-In the Old Testament Jerusalem is mentioned 457 times.
-In the Qur’an Jerusalem doesn’t exist at all, and isn't once mentioned.

2.1: Prof. Youssef Ziedan, is a specialist in Arabic and Islamic studies. In a series of interviews to Egyptian television stations he emphasizes one issue:
!!!! There is actually no connection between Jerusalem and ancient Islam !!!

2:2 The 13th century Arab biographer -Yaqut ibn-‘Abdullah(Arabic: ياقوت الحموي الرومي‎)- noted:
“” Mecca is holy to Muslims; Jerusalem is holy only to the Jews””

3: What is ‘El Akza” ?.
Prophet Muhammad used to travel between Mecca and Medina.
On the way he was stopping for thinking and praying on one of two shrines.
One shrine was close to the main road-
The second shrine, far away from the main road was named “El Akza'(far away)’

El Akza is not Jerusalem.

4; To which direction do Muslims and Jews pray worldwide?
-The Muslims face Mecca.
-The Jews face Jerusalem.

5; Do the Muslims and Jews pray for Jerusalem?
-Muslims ceremonies don’t include Jerusalem.
-The Israelis, for the last 2700 years pray, and celebrate in ceremonies such weddings and bar mitzvah-“”next year in Jerusalem””
No other capital worldwide has a parallel tradition.

6: How is Jerusalem covered by Islamic and Jewish literature?
**“Unfortunately, there is no Islamic literature on the subject””
Dr. Ismail Raji al-Faruqi referred to the absence of Jerusalem:
***Jerusalem, for the last 2700 years is covered in thousands of Jewish books, poems and songs

7: Was Jerusalem ever the capital of a Muslim country?
Even in 1,300 years of Muslim Arab rule, Jerusalem was never the capital of an Arab entity.

8: Did the Palestinians demand that Egypt and Jordan form a Palestinian state in the West bank and Gaza with Jerusalem as the capital after the area was conquered and occupied by them and after the 1947 attack on the nascent Israel?
*No - they made no such demand!
The Palestine Liberation Organization began the demands to control Jerusalem after Israel regained East Jerusalem in the 1967 war, while fighting for survival.

9: How was Jerusalem described by visiting Western writers?
Jerusalem had been so neglected by Islamic rulers that writers who visited Jerusalem were moved to write about it.
French writer Gustav Flaubert found “ruins everywhere” during his visit in 1850.
Mark Twain wrote in 1857 that Jerusalem had “become a pauper village.”

10: Population of Jerusalem until 1945
Year — %Jews
1714 — 70
1844– 45.9
1896 — 61.9
1931– 56.6
1945 — 60.4

11:How were Christians and Jews of Jerusalem were treated under the Jordanian occupation?

*All Jewish residents were expelled.
*Access of Jews to the holy Western Wall was forbidden.
*Jewish holy sites were damaged. 58 synagogues were desecrated or demolished in the Old City.
* In Jerusalem's Mount of Olives Cemetery used by Jews continuously for the last 3000 years, the graves and headstones were badly damaged.
The Jordanians uprooted and damaged 38,000 tombstones - some from the First Temple Period and paved four roads through the cemeteries.
* Jordan’s restrictive laws on Christian institutions led to a dramatic decline in the holy city’s Christian population – 31,330 in 1945 to 11,000 1967/
(Under Israeli government the Christian population grew from 11.000 in 1968 to 15.000 in 2013)!!!!!!!
Conclusion: The Arab Jerusalem story was born of a lie, without any cultural connection to Arab culture whatsoever. Jerusalem was never the capital of a Muslim state, which totally negates the Islamic myths, and during it's history it was used only as a temporary political tool!
Only China - no other country or nation worldwide has a historical culture dating the last 3500 years which is unchanged; one religion-one language- one culture- one capital.
He who is merciful with the cruel, will end-up being cruel to the merciful
- Kohelet Rabba 7:16
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