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You didn't mention the reason for it
It's so antiquities won't be destroyed during the construction of a bridge to replace a ramp that collapsed. All work is done outside the Temple Mount.
As for the Muslims. They are up in arms about everything anyway. They don't mind destroying or making fun of other religions but don't even think about doing anything they might think is offensive even when it isn't. I'm getting really tired of such touchy people.
A reason for smoking in a fuel farm
needs to be very, very good.
Kick the Muslims off the Temple Mount
It's an insult they are there anyway.
But first consider my previous ...
That sounds like a tolerant POV...
well we all know how tolerant the muslums are
Trying to turn this into a prohibited religious topic?
the muslim world is up in arms over this.....
I would think it ok to talk about a people
as long as one isn't promoting or being critical of their faith or philosophies in opposition to those of another. The religion of a Muslim or Muslim people is Islam...just as a Jew may follow Judaism. Perhaps this is splitting hairs but I would think the mention stays within the spirit of the law here.
Building a bridge?
?Muslims are against the building of a bridge on a holy site. Good for them.
How about a by-pass construction? DUR!!!
Spliting hairs is correct.
Holy God!! That is not allowed by the master of commercialism on CNET.
Why is Jonah posting this in the first place?
Avoiding the Two Bad Topics will
become more and more difficult, especially as they continue to merge.
Example: During the recent debate on the Surge, I heard a Senator call the Iraq war a 'religiously motivated civil war.' I believe that's the first time for that bluntness, although I've seen others do verbal gyrations trying NOT to say that.
So ... How 'bout them Lakers?