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Myth of the Palestinian State


The Jews believe they are God's 'chosen people' because they were descendants of Abraham, with whom God had made a covenant. The Israelites were to serve as a visible example of God’s heavenly arrangement.


Allegedly, because of their imperfections, they failed to carry out their God’s wishes. For their disobedience, they were cursed. Are we witnessing the effects of the curse throughout the history of the past 3,000 years?


The Jews have been expelled from 79 countries all of them either Christian or Islamic, sometimes more than once, yet they have survived by their grit, cunning and most of all their intelligence.


The Jews believe they have finally returned to their promised land. The only place in the world they can confidently call 'home'. They will fight to the death to defend their land and ruthlessly destroy all who threaten them.


The Arabs who are the majority population who lived on this land from the time of the Ottoman empire along with Christians and Jews claim this land exclusively as theirs. They call the land Palestine and themselves Palestinians.


The people who call themselves 'Palestinians' and their supporters loudly chant "from the river to the sea".


They mean that 'from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea' belongs to them and that the Jewish people must be exterminated. Why do I say exterminated?


This has been the openly stated aim of the vast amorphous majority of both Christians (religion of love) and Muslims (religion of peace) for a long time. Because of the vast number of followers and their global footprint, they persist in hounding the Jews. Whereas the Jews relatively minuscule in numbers depend on their influence, cunning, wealth and many hidden supporters to resist. Sadly with the failure of diplomacy, Israel has decided to disregard the opinion of others and now openly confronting their enemies using their military.


Did Palestine ever exist?

Let's look at the history of this geography and decide for ourselves on the basis of facts.


 
  1. Before Israel, there was a British mandate, not a Palestinian state.

  2. Before the British Mandate, there was the Ottoman Empire, not a Palestinian state.

  3. Before the Ottoman Empire, there was the Islamic state of the Mamluks of Egypt, not a Palestinian state.

  4. Before the Islamic state of the Mamluks of Egypt, there was the Ayubid Arab-Kurdish Empire, not a Palestinian state.

  5. Before the Ayubid Empire, there was the Frankish and Christian Kingdom of Jerusalem, not a Palestinian state.

  6. Before the Kingdom of Jerusalem, there was the Umayyad and Fatimid empires, not a Palestinian state.

  7. Before the Umayyad and Fatimid empires, there was the Byzantine Empire, not a Palestinian state.

  8. Before the Byzantine Empire, there were the Sassanids, not a Palestinian state.

  9. Before the Sassanid Empire, there was the Byzantine Empire, not a Palestinian state.

  10. Before the Byzantine Empire, there was the Roman Empire, not a Palestinian state.

  11. Before the Roman Empire, there was the Hasmonean state, not a Palestinian state.

  12. Before the Hasmonean state, there was the Seleucid, not a Palestinian state.

  13. Before the Seleucid empire, there was the empire of Alexander the Great, not a Palestinian state.

  14. Before the empire of Alexander, there was the Persian empire, not a Palestinian state.

  15. Before the Persian Empire, there was the Babylonian Empire, not a Palestinian state.

  16. Before the Babylonian Empire, there were the Kingdoms of Israel and Judah, not a Palestinian state.

  17. Before the Kingdoms of Israel and Judah, there was the Kingdom of Israel, not a Palestinian state.

  18. Before the kingdom of Israel, there was the theocracy of the twelve tribes of Israel, not a Palestinian state.

  19. Before the theocracy of the twelve tribes of Israel, there was an agglomeration of independent Canaanite city-kingdoms, not a Palestinian state.


Actually, in this parcel of land there has been almost everything, EXCEPT A PALESTINIAN STATE.

 

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