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Postby Nesaie » Thu Apr 16, 2009 12:48 am

http://books.google.com/books?id=-tCwHp ... #PPA106,M1

What's that? Talking about Palestine? In "antiquity"?

The zionist Golda Mier claimed nobody was living in Palestine when the Europeans invaded.
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Postby Halfabo » Thu Apr 16, 2009 5:18 am

First your source says that the overwhelming impression
is given that fathers betrothed their daughters while
they were still minors. Then it goes on to say that
they found absolutely no evidence to support that
impression. You are presenting a pretty weak claim,
as usual Nesaie. Let me give you a direct quote from
your source.

"A survey of epitaphs of Jewish women from late antiquity
reveals relatively few women who married in their early
teens, with far more marrying in their mid-teens or
later: not a single Jewish inscription from antiquity
records a woman married while under twelve years old."

So it would seem that your claim that the Islamic practice of marrying off eight year old girls to old men coming from the Old Testament, it pure B.S.. Just like every thing else you claim to know about Christianity and Judaism, or the Bible for that matter.
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Postby Nesaie » Thu Apr 16, 2009 11:31 pm

I answered this one in the other thread you posted this in.

I want to know where this Palestinian Talmud is and if it has been translated to English.

Oh wait...there were never any Palestinians before the Russians Khazars named them, right? Palestinians have no rights to Palestine, right? If all those zionist lies were true, why would a book talking about Hebrew Law include Palestine, let alone a Palestinian Talmud? Obviously there is a difference between the Palestinian Talmud and the Babylonian Talmud. I'm curious what the differences are.
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Postby Questioner101 » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:30 pm

All that stuff was written by humans....to "control" populations....with guilt, laws, tribal rituals for entertainment, etc.
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Postby screamzero » Mon Apr 20, 2009 9:47 pm

Nesaie wrote:I answered this one in the other thread you posted this in.

I want to know where this Palestinian Talmud is and if it has been translated to English.

Oh wait...there were never any Palestinians before the Russians Khazars named them, right? Palestinians have no rights to Palestine, right? If all those zionist lies were true, why would a book talking about Hebrew Law include Palestine, let alone a Palestinian Talmud? Obviously there is a difference between the Palestinian Talmud and the Babylonian Talmud. I'm curious what the differences are.


Since when were Russians Romans?...or is it the other way around? Your a babbling circle of "factoidisids".

Khazar: Late 6th century; Turkish

Palistine: first coined by Romans in about AD 135; From Latin Palestina (“‘Palestine (Roman province)’”), from Ancient Greek Παλαιστίνη (Palaistinē) from Hebrew פלשת (pelesheth), “‘Philistia, land of the Philistines’”)

Russian Khazars never named them; plus your better than 400 years off - late.

Even google would un-educate your willful ignorance...but you won't do it....that would screw what's left of your cornflakes up.

I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and just figure your ignorant instead of a dis-informational revisionist...AND PUT THE BOTTLE DOWN! :P
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Postby screamzero » Mon Apr 20, 2009 9:52 pm

Here. Unstupid yourself:

The name Palestine refers to a region of the eastern Mediterranean coast from the sea to the Jordan valley and from the southern Negev desert to the Galilee lake region in the north. The word itself derives from "Plesheth", a name that appears frequently in the Bible and has come into English as "Philistine". Plesheth, (root palash) was a general term meaning rolling or migratory. This referred to the Philistine's invasion and conquest of the coast from the sea. The Philistines were not Arabs nor even Semites, they were most closely related to the Greeks originating from Asia Minor and Greek localities. They did not speak Arabic. They had no connection, ethnic, linguistic or historical with Arabia or Arabs.

The Philistines reached the southern coast of Israel in several waves. One group arrived in the pre-patriarchal period and settled south of Beersheba in Gerar where they came into conflict with Abraham, Isaac and Ishmael. Another group, coming from Crete after being repulsed from an attempted invasion of Egypt by Rameses III in 1194 BCE, seized the southern coastal area, where they founded five settlements (Gaza, Ascalon, Ashdod, Ekron and Gat). In the Persian and Greek periods, foreign settlers - chiefly from the Mediterranean islands - overran the Philistine districts.

From the fifth century BC, following the historian Herodotus, Greeks called the eastern coast of the Mediterranean "the Philistine Syria" using the Greek language form of the name. In AD 135, after putting down the Bar Kochba revolt, the second major Jewish revolt against Rome, the Emperor Hadrian wanted to blot out the name of the Roman "Provincia Judaea" and so renamed it "Provincia Syria Palaestina", the Latin version of the Greek name and the first use of the name as an administrative unit. The name "Provincia Syria Palaestina" was later shortened to Palaestina, from which the modern, anglicized "Palestine" is derived.

Google when in doubt. :roll:
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Postby Nesaie » Mon Apr 20, 2009 10:42 pm

So, Golda lied, eh?

I never liked that terrorist witch.
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Postby Nesaie » Tue Apr 21, 2009 10:23 pm

Who were/are the Palestinians?

Where can I get an English version of the Palestinian Talmud?

Why would the Palestinians have a Talmud if they weren't descendants of Abraham?
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Postby screamzero » Wed Apr 22, 2009 12:56 am

Babble what? Put the bottle down Naei Naei...your damaging your nervous system.
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