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Thread: it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas...Jerusalem Embassy and Recognition too.

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    Jerusalem is for the Palestinians as they are true representatives of Canaanites, Arameans, Abrahamics, Ishmaelis ( Arabs), Isaacs ( Israelites ) as they are descendants of all previous nations actually they are not nations but one nation belong to one race and forefather.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Semitic Duwa View Post
    Hey Jolio, can you please remind me what "Jerusalem" means in Arabic? I keep forgetting!
    Jeru-Salem not Jeru-Shalom

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    Quote Originally Posted by jolio View Post
    Jeru-Salem not Jeru-Shalom
    Actually you need to use Hebrew writing before you try to make any sensible claim - no wonder your baloney did not get you anywhere in the last seventy years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jolio View Post
    Jeru-Salem not Jeru-Shalom
    The oldest mention of the city is in Egyptian execration texts: which is best transliterated as ꜣwšꜣmm. It is also called URU ú-ru-ša10-lim and Beit Šalim in the Amarna letters. In all of these sources, the /s/ of Jerusalem is a voiceless postalveolar fricative /š/ as in the Hebrew Yerušalayim, not a voiceless alveolar sibilant /s/ as in the Arabic Salām. Proto-Semitic *š is retained in Canaanite languages, while it became *š > /s/ in Arabic. In other words, Jerusalem does not mean "city of peace", rather its true meaning is "Foundation of [the God] Shalim", the Canaanite god of dusk, whose name is derived from the same Š-L-M root as the Hebrew Šalom meaning "peace" and Šalem meaning "complete" (if you're wondering what this has to do with the god of dusk, the etymological sense is that dusk is the "completion" of the day).
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    Quote Originally Posted by jolio View Post
    Jerusalem is for the Palestinians as they are true representatives of Canaanites, Arameans, Abrahamics, Ishmaelis ( Arabs), Isaacs ( Israelites ) as they are descendants of all previous nations actually they are not nations but one nation belong to one race and forefather.

    There are Hebrews, and they became The Jews as is described in the Book of Esther, there is no Isaacs, there are descendants of Isaac, but not all descendants of Isaac are Hebrews, today's Jews.
    Arabs are not part of the history of Jerusalem before their imperialistic invasion; they are not mentioned in the Bible as people who were settled in the Holyland of Israel or the later Judea.
    Jerusalem shall never be an Arab City and never anything less than the Capitol of the Jewish People and never be split again.






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