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  1. Quand la ville syrienne de Doura-Europos a été trouvé et fouillé les archéologues ont trouvé des exemples de nombreux païens temples / sanctuaires : grec , romain , parthe / Persan / Araméen ainsi une église chrétienne antérieure à 312 conversion de Constantin par plus de 75 ans et un énorme S. .. ynagogue avec des fresques de couleurs vives représentant l'Ancien Testament . ( Je suppose que beaucoup d'images taillées ) Questions pour le croyant musulman , si le Coran et l'islam ont été autour avant le christianisme et le judaïsme pourquoi ont- il trouvé dans Dura- Europos parmi tous les autres temples de diverses confessions aucun Mosquées pratiquées à l' temps : grec , romain , parthe , Araméen , païen de Perse , le christianisme et le judaïsme ?

    Si l'Islam est correct , pourquoi les scènes bibliques représentées sur les murs des fresques trouvées dans la synagogue des Juifs et l'église chrétienne indiquer une version très différente de celles présentées dans le Coran ?

    Si l'islam est la vérité et pré- existait les autres religions alors , la logique de base indique que la mosquée aurait également été trouvé dans les fouilles de Doura Europos ? Peut-être un parchemin du Coran ou Hadith ? Nan .

    Si les musulmans et l'islam sont corrects sur les Juifs molester la Torah et que leur présence historique dans la Terre Sainte – rebaptisé «Palestine» – alors pourquoi ces masses de fresques éclatantes indiquant la relation entre le Juif en Israël et toute la synagogue de Dura- Europos être aujourd'hui dans le Musée de la Syrie à Damas ?

    Ne serait-ce l'affichage reviendrait à les mensonges tordus éparpillés dans tous les pays musulmans qui mettent leurs efforts en effacer l'existence de l'histoire juive , surtout que les rapportant à la "Palestine" bien avant il y avait toute Arabes là-bas?

    Un autre exemple historique de l'énorme fraude a-historique " palestinien " et la mythologie tordue de l'Islam lui-même.

    Voici la synagogue de Doura-Europos (notez le " Arche ", où la Torah serait allé .. avec des masses d'autres photos de Dura- Europos via le lien ci-dessous …

    Comment by Shirely Yrung — January 5, 2014 @ 5:12 PM

  2. If you check with God in the Talmud or Christian Bible you will see Israel actually owns most all of the middle east.

    Comment by Robert Quance — January 5, 2014 @ 7:02 PM

  3. Shared

    Comment by Yair Ben-Avraham Klemet — January 5, 2014 @ 7:07 PM

  4. Israel has the right to defend itself with WHATEVER means is necessary

    Comment by Bob Flores — January 5, 2014 @ 10:19 PM

  5. The truth never caused any harm, nor the acquaintance with historical facts.

    Comment by Fernando Soares Loja — January 6, 2014 @ 1:48 AM

  6. Just the facts, just the facts.

    Comment by Barbara Gilor — January 6, 2014 @ 7:11 AM

  7. Under international law, the UN had no legal right to partition Israel. Under international law, the Arabs, who are mostly migrants to the area, have no rights to this area.

    Jordan was created by Winston Churchill as Arab Palestine. The area was not called Transjordan until about 1929. Before that it was the Arab Government of the East.

    It was not Arafat who made the Palestinians into an entity, although it was under his watch. It was his Russian handlers!

    Comment by Lawrence Fisher — January 6, 2014 @ 1:32 PM

  8. Whenever I express frustration — why doesn't the world understand? My husband always says, "Don't confuse people with the facts." Well — here are the facts! One question, though, regarding the history lesson on film, following this article, is why did the British prevent the Jews from entering "Palestine" during their mandate? Up until 1935 they had quotas, and then they didn't let Jews, escaping Europe, enter Palestine. Was this because they didn't want to upset the Arabs, like today? And if the Remo Resolution was bnding why did the UN have to vote again — why was there even a Partition Plan?

    Comment by Judy Mauer Aharoni — January 6, 2014 @ 4:59 PM

  9. Excelent article. God Bless…..

    Comment by Natanael Lopez — January 6, 2014 @ 10:39 PM

  10. it was not Arafat who made the name but the British in mockery to the Jews since they knew historically Israel always had problems with the philistines from Gaza.

    Comment by Yechiel Baum — January 7, 2014 @ 12:52 AM

  11. anti Israel is anti semitism

    Comment by Judith Chesney — January 7, 2014 @ 8:33 PM

  12. Excellent presentation of facts …. Mr Obama should be educating himself on these historical legally binding facts. Presuming that the powers that are pushing for a force fed treaty, then it stands to reason that this treaty only serves political ambitions of powers outside Israel. I trust Netenyahu will remain resolute and not give in to US presuure/

    Comment by Joe Khoury — January 8, 2014 @ 10:26 PM

  13. Thanks Leslie, great article. The Brits have always hated their Jews, it goes back to early Christianity. When you ask a Brit what he think of us Jews, and the issue of anti Semitism, he will unabashedly tell you that he hate Jews no more than is absolutely necessary. One can never forget that the Brit's hatred and disgust for us led to the deaths of countless thousands of good Jewish souls. Am Hisrael Chai. Deborah bee

    Comment by Anonymous — January 11, 2014 @ 3:28 AM

  14. THE ARABS WILL TRY OVER AND OVER AGAIN TO STEAL THE LAND OF ISRAEL … "POST-1967 BORDERS" IS ISRAEL'S LEGITIMATE LAND … KEEP YOUR LAND ISRAEL … KEEP YOUR LEGITIMATE LAND !!!!!! LONG LIVE ISRAEL !!!!!

    Comment by Donna Silver — January 18, 2014 @ 12:32 PM

  15. I am a big supporter of Israel and I believe that Israel was grounded in international support through Balfour, League of Nations and United Nations resolutions. On the other hand this article is disengenious if it tries to argue that these bodies had the legal right to create a country in Palestine. Are you saying that the UN today could similarly decide by binding legal resolution that Jerusalem belongs to Jordan or to Iraq or whoever it wishes by majority resolution? Would Israel today accept as binding a resolution of the conflict imposed by the UN? Of course not. Don’t let all these so called legal arguments cloud the fact that the land of Israel was created on land 75 percent inhabited by Arabs ( whether they constituted a nation or not) and their grievances are legitimate and need to be addressed. A more balanced view of history will help to achieve peace. Of course, as the Arab world becomes more radicalized Israel may not have a partner for peace but it does no-one any good to present one sided arguments. As Jews we need to take the moral high ground.

    Comment by PeterJ — January 20, 2014 @ 2:48 AM

  16. hmmmmm .. Both San Remo and the League of Nations mandate defined a new entity called Palestine. The Jewish nation was to be allowed to re-establish a Jewish home WITHIN Palestine, but the Jewish nation was not granted either sovereignty, hegemony or exclusivity in Palestine by either of those acts.

    Comment by الاسكندرية Alexandria Ալեքսանդրիա Alexandrie Αλεξάνδρεια Alessandria — January 20, 2014 @ 4:46 PM

  17. Kenneth Hammond ISRAEL WON THE 1967 WAR … THAT IS THE LAND OF ISRAEL … !!!!!!!!!

    Comment by Donna Silver — February 28, 2014 @ 7:47 AM

  18. Kenneth Hammond THEN SEVERAL COUNTRIES HAVE BROKEN THE LAW … DON'T SINGLE OUT ISRAEL BUD !!! THE ARABS ARE SORE LOSERS !!!!!!!!!!!!

    Comment by Donna Silver — February 28, 2014 @ 7:55 AM

  19. @ Hmmm Out of all the countries (which for some unknown reason people like you never talk about) of the former Ottoman Empire (Turkey) Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Syria, Lebanon And Israel. Turkey only accepted one in 1949 , “ ISRAEL” .. AND if Israel if so illegalment, then so is Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Syria, Lebanon

    Comment by Stephen E Hughes — March 5, 2014 @ 4:55 AM

  20. You are correct Stephen!

    Comment by Leslie-Ann Stoffel — March 5, 2014 @ 4:59 AM

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