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« on: Sep 25, 2008 01:11 PM »

Tomorrow is Jumat-ul-Wida (last Friday of Islamic month of Ramazan) - and political-awared Muslims around the world would poring into streets to remind themselves and others that Muslims’ third most sacred city Al-Quds (Jerusalem) is occupied by foreign non-Muslims and it’s every Muslims’ religious and moral obligation to recover it. The city had been protected by Muslims from 638 CE to 1918 CE with exception of Christian Franks occupation from 1099 to 1186 CE.

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