Judeah and Samaria = West Bank!!

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    As San Jose = Saint Hussien. And let's not forget, Dearborn is now known as Al Darbourne. Ha ha ha!

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9sRg_5VeWA]Saint Hussein in California - YouTube[/ame]
     
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    I bet you Sunni man is from saint Hussein, Palestine USA! Ha ha ha
     
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    Hopefully, one day his mailing address will be Gitmo, Cuba.
     
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    Insane, yet funny.
     
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    Perhaps someone can tell us how come the West Bank actually had the Hebrew and biblical name of Judeah and Samaria of Ancient Israel, for thousands of years up to the 1960's, which is when Arab invaders decided to change its name to West Bank? Was it to cleanse the name from it's from its Hebrew / Jewish origins?
     
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    Are you suggesting the followers of peaceful Islam would do such a thing? Gosh, who woulda thunk it of them?




     
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    Yeah, Muslims engaging in ethnic cleansing, changing names of Christian and Hebrew cities to Muslim sounding names, and changing Churches into Mosques? Gee that's so unusual!
     
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    Don't forget the beautiful Haghia Sophia church conquered by invadors and turned into a mosque.

    "For almost 500 years the principal mosque of Istanbul, Hagia Sophia served as a model for many other Ottoman mosques, such as the Sultan Ahmed Mosque (Blue Mosque of Istanbul), the Şehzade Mosque, the Süleymaniye Mosque, the Rüstem Pasha Mosque and the Kılıç Ali Paşa Mosque."

    Hagia Sophia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
     
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    Let's also remember what they did to the ancient Buddha Statues in Afghanistan. Ah, Islam, the most tolerant, peaceful religion:

    Buddhas of Bamiyan
    History of Afghanistan
    The Buddhas of Bamiyan (Persian: بت های باميان* – but hay-e bamiyan) were two 6th century[1] monumental statues of standing buddhas carved into the side of a cliff in the Bamyan valley in the Hazarajat region of central Afghanistan, situated 230 km (140 mi) northwest of Kabul at an altitude of 2,500 meters (8,202 ft). Built in 507 AD, the larger in 554 AD,[1] the statues represented the classic blended style of Gandhara art.[2] They were dynamited and destroyed in March 2001 by the Taliban, on orders from leader Mullah Mohammed Omar,[4] after the Taliban government declared that they were "idols".[5] International opinion strongly condemned the destruction of the Buddhas, which was viewed as an example of the intolerance of the Taliban. Japan and Switzerland, among others, have pledged support for the rebuilding of the statues.[6]

    Afghanistan's radical clerics began a campaign to crack down on "un-Islamic" segments of Afghan society. The Taliban soon banned all forms of imagery, music and sports, including television, in accordance with what they considered a strict interpretation of Sharia.[20] Information and Culture Minister Qadratullah Jamal told Associated Press of a decision by 400 religious clerics from across Afghanistan declaring the Buddhist statues against the tenets of Islam. "They came out with a consensus that the statues were against Islam," said Jamal.

    The statues were destroyed by dynamite over several weeks, starting on March 2, 2001,[28] carried out in different stages. Initially, the statues were fired at for several days using anti-aircraft guns and artillery. This caused severe damage, but did not obliterate them. During the destruction, Taliban Information Minister Qudratullah Jamal lamented that, "this work of destruction is not as simple as people might think. You can't knock down the statues by shelling as both are carved into a cliff; they are firmly attached to the mountain."[29] Later, the Taliban placed anti-tank mines at the bottom of the niches, so that when fragments of rock broke off from artillery fire, the statues would receive additional destruction from particles that set off the mines. In the end, the Taliban lowered men down the cliff face and placed explosives into holes in the Buddhas.[30] After one of the explosions failed to completely obliterate the face of one of the Buddhas, a rocket was launched which left a hole in the remains of the stone head.[31] On 6 March 2001 The Times quoted Mullah Mohammed Omar as stating, "Muslims should be proud of smashing idols. It has given praise to God that we have destroyed them."[32] During a 13 March interview for Japan's Mainichi Shimbun, Afghan Foreign Minister Wakil Ahmad Mutawakel stated that the destruction was anything but a retaliation against the international community for economic sanctions: "We are destroying the statues in accordance with Islamic law and it is purely a religious issue".
     
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