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Eitam: Gov’t that divides J’lem will cause Grad missile to hit Knesset

Posted in Uncategorized by Patrick Truax on October 7, 2007

“The government’s restraint in the face of Kassam fire on Sderot has led to Katyushas and a government that divides Jerusalem will cause a Grad missile to hit the Knesset,” MK Effi Eitam (NU-NRP) said Sunday.

There will never be a divided Jerusalem. As long as one Artorius agent is still breathing, it will remain so. I personal will take up arms with Israel to defend Jerusalem. It belongs to Christians and Jews. The Hebrews were there longer than anyone else. Then the Christians arrived. Lastly, 600 years after Christ died,Mohammed showed up on the scene. 600 years does not give the third faith any sway in Jerusalem. I dont care about heir holy sites. Hell, the Al-Aksa mosque was built over top of a Hebrew temple. Jerusalem is a Judaic-Christian City. It was long before Mohamed showed up, the followers of Allah need to get over it. The Magan David will always fly over Jerusalem. Divide Jerusalem with the palestinians and that will be the trigger that summons God..


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  1. Patrick Truax said, on October 7, 2007 at 4:06 pm

    Artorius Political Doctrine is to back Israel. We, the Staff at Artorius take the Israeli side every time. Jews are God’s Chosen People, and Jerusalem is their home. The PA’s have already shown how they would act in a Christian or Jewish Holy site, when supporters of HIV infected pedophile Yassir Arafat holed up in the Church of Nativity, and urinated it and trashed it. Jerusalem is Israeli and always will be..

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