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truthseeker63
03-08-2011, 04:44 PM
Do most of the world's Jews come from a Tribe of people or a Nation called the Khazars the Ashkenazi Jews who were oppressed by the Nazis and it was the Ashkenazi Jews who founded Zionism and the Zionist State which means that the Ashkenazi Jews have no right to control and run Palestine the Khazars after converting to Judaism settled in Eastern Europe in Poland for example ?

http://www.christusrex.org/www2/koestler/
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Zuzubu
03-08-2011, 04:52 PM
Yes you are right. After the muslim rise, they were forced to convert to a monotheistic religion. So the king invited 1 imaam 1 priest and 1 rabi. the imaam got poisoned, and the rabi's argues won the preists, so the king converted to conutry to jewism, and therefore we find that the jews are living in Russia, Ukraine, POOland etc.

:)

But Palestine is obviously muslim, if they want their own country they should have Siberia. ;)
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truthseeker63
03-08-2011, 04:59 PM
Yes the Khazas had the choice of converting to Islam or Christianity or Judaism in my opinion this is proof that the claim that Judaism is the Religion of the Prophets is false. Jews claim that Judaism is the Religion of Abraham since this claim is false since most Jews are not Israelites/Hebrews it seems to me that Islam is the Religion of Abraham Judaism/Christianity are Man Made Religions do you agree ?


The Quran clarifies:
[Bismillah al-rahman al-rahim] Abraham was neither a Jew nor a Christian. He was a hanif, a man of pure worhsip, he was not an idolator but a believer in One God; only those who follow him are entitled to claim relationship with him. Muhammad and his followers are nearer to him. Allah is the protector of all believers. [3:67-68]



http://jews-for-allah.org/Why-Believ...an/abraham.htm


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truthseeker63
03-09-2011, 02:23 PM
http://www.christusrex.org/www2/koestler/k58.html
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