The Deen Show: Jewish Rabbi – How Islam and Muslims treated Jews and the real threat to world peace (Video)
Jewish Rabbi tells the world about how Muslims treated the Jews with kindness and respect when Jews would run to escape Christian persecution into the Muslim lands. The Jewish Rabbi also goes on to explain the real threat to Jews, Muslims and World Peace.
Some beneficial points covered :
1.The facts about how Muslims really treated Jews in history
2. How Jews ran away for Christian persecution and were always welcomed in the Muslim lands
3. Difference between Real Judaism vs Zionism
4.How majority of Religious Jews hate Zionism
5. Provides evidence to all his statements
6. How there are fake puppet leaders
7. How they twist the truth
All this and more on this weeks show.
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