US Régime - Israel's Fifth Column

Tadhg Gaelach

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The Mufti and his Arab scum wanted to wipe out the Jews - not the British.

'Peacefully and happily' eh?? As second class citizens??

The 'better times' for the Jews under Muslim rule was when they weren't being murdered....

Jews had a more peaceful and prosperous time in Palestine under Ottoman rule than they have now under Zionist misrule.
 

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Jews had a more peaceful and prosperous time in Palestine under Ottoman rule than they have now under Zionist misrule.
Wrong on Ottoman rule.

Wrong on Israel today.

In terms of prosperity, at least.

And the violent attacks come from the Muslims - so no change, there. ;)
 

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Wrong on Ottoman rule.

Wrong on Israel today.

In terms of prosperity, at least.

And the violent attacks come from the Muslims - so no change, there. ;)

Not at all. The Jews were very prosperous and happily multiplied their numbers under Ottoman rule. Indeed, such was the desire of Jews to live under Ottoman protection that they made long trips to migrate into the Ottoman Empire.

 

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Sultan Bayezid II sent Kemal Reis to save the Sephardic Jews of Spain from the Spanish Inquisition in 1492 and granted them permission to settle in the Ottoman Empire.

The Ottoman Empire was a safe haven for the Jewish people, who experienced a golden age there similar to the Golden Age of Spain. During this period of history, Turkish-Jewish relations were phenomenal. It was a time of peace, prosperity, and serenity for Ottoman Jews.

 

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Not at all. The Jews were very prosperous and happily multiplied their numbers under Ottoman rule. Indeed, such was the desire of Jews to live under Ottoman protection that they made long trips to migrate into the Ottoman Empire.


You and Catherine sing a different tune now, to the old 'no Jews after the Roman exile'
refrain of a few years ago...... ;)
 

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What a shame that the Zionists have thrown Sultan Bayezid's phenomenal generosity back in his face by abusing the Palestinians - and treating them the same way that the Spanish Inquisition treated Jews.
 

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Sultan Bayezid II sent Kemal Reis to save the Sephardic Jews of Spain from the Spanish Inquisition in 1492 and granted them permission to settle in the Ottoman Empire.

The Ottoman Empire was a safe haven for the Jewish people, who experienced a golden age there similar to the Golden Age of Spain. During this period of history, Turkish-Jewish relations were phenomenal. It was a time of peace, prosperity, and serenity for Ottoman Jews.



A 'Golden Age' is gilding the lily, somewhat!!!! :ROFLMAO:
 

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You and Catherine sing a different tune now, to the old 'no Jews after the Roman exile'
refrain of a few years ago...... ;)

Not at all. We have always pointed out that the Romans didn't force the Jews out of Palestine, but that many Jews continued to live there. Many of these Jews converted to Christianity or Islam, but many continued to practice the Jewish faith.
 

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What a shame that the Zionists have thrown Sultan Bayezid's phenomenal generosity back in his face by abusing the Palestinians - and treating them the same way that the Spanish Inquisition treated Jews.

You're not really thinking about what The Spanish Inquisition entailed, are you??? ;)
 

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You're not really thinking about what The Spanish Inquisition entailed, are you??? ;)
Well, it didn't entail shooting disabled people in wheelchairs in the head, if that's what you mean.
 
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