"Hardly any Jews in Israel before 1948"...

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BTW if Muslims were really feeling 'at home' on the Mount, they'd behave confidently - welcoming Jews with hospitality, showing who's the real 'owner'...
 
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The Hebron massacre of 1929 started the civil war between the Jews and genocidal Muslims, which led to their defeat, it of course wasn't the only one, of course, there were other recorded massacres of native Jews that according to some of the IslamoNazi assholes on this board, were never there! LOL:...
Nobody argued that Jews were not there, but as I aleady explained to you on the other thread of this exact topic is that the zionist Jews incited the violence by attempting to take the Temple Mount which is obviously Arab holy land. Prior to the zionist degenerates inciting this violence, Jews and Muslims and Christians lived in peace in Palestine for centuries. Beyond that, many Muslims protected Jews and even hid them in their homes.
So did many Germans protect Jews against the Nazi regime. But guess what...you're a moron. Muslims are only "at peace" when you are subservient to them and Islam. Until then, they will kill, loot, rape, and do anything to get there, it's in their Koran. Read all about it.
So did many Germans protect Jews against the Nazi regime?

Roudy, you are so right to ask such a question. The German people who had a heart did their best to avoid even glancing Hitler's way, but had to be good actors not to let anybody catch on.

Not many. But one left us a beautiful and uplifting story about the plight of Jews in Germany in WWII. His name was Oskar Schindler. And this music tells the story that rends my heart...
 

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The Hebron massacre of 1929 started the civil war between the Jews and genocidal Muslims, which led to their defeat, it of course wasn't the only one, of course, there were other recorded massacres of native Jews that according to some of the IslamoNazi assholes on this board, were never there! LOL:

1660 destruction of Safed - Wikipedia

The towns of Safed and nearby Tiberias, with substantial Jewish communities, were destroyed.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7] Only a few of the former residents of Safed had returned to the town after the destruction.[6][7] The community however recovered within several years, whereas Tiberias lay in waste for decades.

Safed's central role in Jewish life in Galilee declined after the late 16th century, when it had been a major city with a population of 15,000 Jews.[9] By the second half of the seventeenth century Safed still had a majority Jewish community with 200 "houses" and some 4,000 to 5,000 Jewish residents, while about 100 "houses" (multiple family units) in the town were Muslim.
Means nothing. We know there have always been Jews in Judea.
 
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The Hebron massacre of 1929 started the civil war between the Jews and genocidal Muslims, which led to their defeat, it of course wasn't the only one, of course, there were other recorded massacres of native Jews that according to some of the IslamoNazi assholes on this board, were never there! LOL:

1660 destruction of Safed - Wikipedia

The towns of Safed and nearby Tiberias, with substantial Jewish communities, were destroyed.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7] Only a few of the former residents of Safed had returned to the town after the destruction.[6][7] The community however recovered within several years, whereas Tiberias lay in waste for decades.

Safed's central role in Jewish life in Galilee declined after the late 16th century, when it had been a major city with a population of 15,000 Jews.[9] By the second half of the seventeenth century Safed still had a majority Jewish community with 200 "houses" and some 4,000 to 5,000 Jewish residents, while about 100 "houses" (multiple family units) in the town were Muslim.
Means nothing. We know there have always been Jews in Judea.
That's my point.
 

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