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The Fight for Jerusalem: Radical Islam, the West, and the Future of the Holy City

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 31, 2013

    Painkits bio

    Age:4 moonss Gender: shekit Looks: bluegray, blood stains,purple eyes, 3 paws, lost half of ear, scar over eye Personality: shy, quiet, strong, short tempered, caring, funny. Other: its personal. I might tell you....

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 31, 2013

    Gold kit

    Age:9 moons......appearence:golden fur . No litereally its pure gold . And her eyes have a flame in them......rank:kit

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 30, 2013

    Snowheart and blueheart

    Snowheart: pure white pelt with roal blue eyes. Age11 moons. And a shecat without of kits a warrior. Blueheart: bluegray shecat with roal blue eyes. Expecting kits. Mate left her. Silverpaw: silver pelt with amber eyes. Shecat. Stormpaw: bluegray tom with blue eyes.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 30, 2013

    Hawkeye and Silverstream

    HAWKEYE is a dark reddish brown tom with dark black tabby markins and a mascular build. His dark furred appearence is a big contrast to his frosty almost milky blue eyes. But he is not blind. He may looked to be mean but he really isnt. His sister is Silverstream who was deputy/leader of Riverclan a long time ago. No mate no crush no kits. <p>SILVERSTREAM is a long haired silver shecat with blue eyes. She is sweet and gentle but shy and uncertain due to her past she also has haunted dreams about her kits and mate who are dead. No crush no mate no kits. Her only living family is Hawkeye. For history just ask them.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 30, 2013

    Lostkit's bio

    Name- Lostki<br>
    Age- 7 moons <br>
    Looks- ginger shecat with one eye, one of her ears are split down the middle, has tabby stripped legs, tail and ears. Her eye is a golden blue.<br>
    Personality- very shy.<br>
    Kin- yellowstripe(dad-dead)<br>
    Crush- mabe.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 30, 2013

    Steeltail's Bio

    Gender: &female. Looks: Beautiful Sliver she-cat with Violet eyes. Age: 14 Moons. Kin: Unknown. Other: Powerful Jumping. Crush: Secret.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 21, 2007

    Why Israel should and must win the fight for Jerusalem

    In the first part of this book the religious dimension of Jerusalem is considered. The meaning of Jerusalem for Ancient Israel, for Christianity , and for Classical Islam are accurately and fairly outlined. In the second part of the book which considers the diplomatic struggle over Jerusalem, there is chapter devoted to the Birth of 'Modern Israel', one to 'Jerusalem, the Palestinian Arabs and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan', and one to the 'Arab- Israel Peace Process.' The third and most important section of the book is devoted to Radical Islam and Jerusalem. There is a chapter on 'Destruction of the Holy Sites', one on 'Jerusalem as Apocalyptic Trigger for Radical Islam, one 'The West and the Freedom of Jerusalem'. In this third section of the book Gold gives a short history of the development of Radical Islam. He tells of the Islamic destruction of the religious sites of other faiths, from the largest Buddhist statues in the world in Afghanistan to sites in the heart of the Arab world. He shows how Western diplomatic concessions have not led to moderation but rather an intensification of fanaticism by radical Islamists. He tells the story of the Muslim destruction of important archaeological remains in Jerusalem. He shows how radical Islam's obsession with Jerusalem is another manifestation of the clash of civilizations between radical Islam and other religious faiths and civilizations. The demonstrating of Islamic disrespect and destruction for the Holy Places of others is at the heart of his argument that Jerusalem must remain undivided under Israeli rule. Additional evidence for this claim is given by the Palestinian reaction to Israeli withdrawal from Gaza, and the Shiite Hizbollah's reaction to Israeli withdrawal from Lebanon. Both of these withdrawals did not lead to moderation and peace, but rather to more violence against Israel. Gold shows how the Islamist Palestinians have when given civilian control over a city or area persecuted and led to the exile of its Christians .The most blatant example is Bethlehem which has not simply lost its Christian majority but seen the greatest share of its Christian population leave the City. Gold says that had Israel in September 2000 relinquished control over the Old City of Jerusalem to the Palestinians the result would have been the destruction of a a good share of it. Gold also considers the possibility of internationalization of the Holy City , and provides convincing evidence that the U.N. could not handle this job effectively any more than it handled the job in Rwanda or Bosnia. Gold also points to the inherent prejudice of the U.N. against Israel, and says it could never be a fair and efficient manager of the Holy Sites. This book makes an airtight case for Israel's maintaining exclusive control of the city.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2007

    AMAZING

    This book has everything: fast-paced, blow-your-mind scoops, amazing history and, more importantly, the ways to stop a dangerous worldwide campaign that starts in Tehran and Kabul and ends in world war...and which runs right through Jerusalem! I don't think I can ever look at the holy city the same way again. And yet, for all the shocking parts, this turned out to be a thoroughly enjoyable and colorful education about the history of this ancient city, with authority and scholarship behind it. Incredible!!

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    Posted May 20, 2011

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