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soc.culture.jewish FAQ: Jews and Israel (8/12)
Section - Question 14.10: What are the roots of Arab opposition to Zionism?

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                                  Answer:
   
   National rights: 
          Most Arab nations demand Arab sovereignty over the entire
          Middle East, to the total exclusion of Jewish rights.
          
   Religion: 
          Historically, Islam has not recognized the right to sovereignty
          of any non-Muslim people in any part of the "Islamic world."
          Jew, like Christians, have been relegated to the position of
          dhimmis--protected subjects--peoples under Muslim domination.
          Islam, therefore, rejects the concept of a Jewish state in what
          it regards as the Islamic-Arab world.
          
          For information on Islam and its beliefs, interested readers
          are referred to the [5]soc.religion.islam FAQ, available as:
          
  ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/

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