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Article: The Christian Martyrs of Córdoba

August 20, 2010

From blogger Lisa Graas:

New York City imam Feisal Abdul Rauf claims that the proposed mosque at Ground Zero is an attempt by the Muslim community to “build bridges.”

It is named after Cordoba in southern Spain, a city where between the eighth and 12th centuries, Muslims, Jews and Christians intermingled freely. In fact, during the 10th century under the Moorish caliphate, Cordoba became a major global city and boasted the world’s biggest library.

Is the imam telling the truth? Catholic history indicates a different picture…

Read entire post here.

See also:
Article: The Jihadist Dream to Liberate Spain
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