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Jerusalem, The Blessed Land: Through Bible, Qur’an & History

Palestine is the most complex geopolitical and religious issue, confronted by the humanity, which if left unresolved will continue to pose major threat to the world peace. This historic flash-point which kicked off the clash of civilizations, centuries ago, still has the potentials to flare up to repeat the history with unpredictable terrible consequences. While the followers of three Abrahamic faiths; Judaism, Christianity and Islam have the historic, religious, emotional and sentimental attachments with this land, no sane person can agree to deny the right of the Palestinian people as human being to enjoy the fruits of freedom in their own land in this era of freedom and democracy. In order to ponder over possible peaceful resolution of this issue there is a need to review the issue in the light of Bible, Qur’an & History. This research work is part of ‘peace endeavour’ in the same context.
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Quran does not mention Jerusalem? There is propaganda that Quran does not talk of  Jerusalem. It is wrong it is referred as Quds, Blessed land, see Quran 17:1, 7, 5:21, 21:71, 6:102, 2:143, 2:145. In Quran specific names of persons or places are rarely used, they are generally referred. Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) is mentioned by name only 4 times and once as Ahmad, mostly he is addressed in third person.  Makka is mentioned as Bkkah, mostly referred Haram or Mosque, House of worship etc. Similarly Jerusalem is referred in above mentioned verses.



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