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ahsan28
09-16-2007, 02:52 PM
SORRY GUYS.... ONLY JEWS CAN PRAY TODAY


September 14, 2007

As is the usual practice during Jewish Festivals in Israel, there is a closure of the entire West Bank, meaning that Palestinians cannot enter Israel proper without a special permit, which is very difficult to obtain.

The fact that today was the first Friday of the Holy month of Ramadan meant nothing to the 'guardians of Islam's Holy Shrines'..... prayers were restricted to Jews only who were celebrating their New Year. No one else matters in this grand 'Democracy of the Middle East'.

This year, the start of Ramadan, a month of fasting and religious observance, coincided with the Jewish New Year. As customary, Israel imposed a blanket closure on the West Bank during the Jewish holiday, barring virtually all Palestinians from entering Israel.


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NoName55
09-16-2007, 03:12 PM
why do you think that is?
did any thing untoward ever happen during their previous celebrations?
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ahsan28
09-16-2007, 03:22 PM
Preferential treatment to their own community and denying the same right to Gentiles. The so-called security concerns are baseless, rather its the element of hatred more n more pronounced.
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NoName55
09-16-2007, 03:47 PM
^^so its nothing to do with any unpleasant experiences they may have had in past on such occasions? OK thanks for the reply
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Woodrow
09-16-2007, 03:50 PM
This is a good topic for discussion. However, it can easily open the door for debate. Please continue this after the End of Ramadan. We are going to have a Ramadan free from Debate or argument.
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