Islam and Christendom: The distorted relationship
AbstractBeing time of speaking truly, The meaning of Palestine in most languages is Land of Philistines. That is the truth, but all around the world there are few people, wanting to spread such truth. Therefore, the word Philistine has a roundly pejorative meaning for almost all countries, reporting to widely hostile persons against culture and arts. That results to be ridicule, for Jesus Christ was very probably one of the Philistines.
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Issue (Month): 2 (Fall)
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Christianity; Islam; Palestine; Philistines; Jesus Christ; Muhammad;
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