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Submitted by Jared, Jun 5, 2011 15:33


1. 7 million Jews will not be moved out of their own state. The Arabs have been offered their own land alongside a Jewish state by the past 6 Prime Ministers of Israel, and every time the Arabs have turned it down. In fact, during the Oslo Accords, Israel offered the Arabs 90% of the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, and they turned it down.

2. Israel allows more rights to Muslim Arabs than any other Arab nation in the world. If they wanted peace, they could just set down their guns for a couple of weeks, and negotiate with Netanyahu on peaceful, not harmful terms. Israel would be glad to accept a peaceful Palestinian state, but that cannot be done with a group like Hamas. "[Peace] initiatives, the so-called peaceful solutions, and the international conferences to resolve the Palestinian problem, are all contrary to the beliefs of the Islamic Resistance Movement. For renouncing any part of Palestine means renouncing part of the religion"- the Hamas Charter. This shows the reason why Israel has had so much trouble making peace with the Palestinians; the Palestinian government Hamas does not believe in Peace with Israel, because they believe it is against their religion.

3. Jews are indigenous to Israel too. In the past 3400 years, there have been 3 Jewish States of Israel. In fact, BEFORE the creation of the modern State of Israel (in 1948), there were Arab riots in the 1800's, 1920's, and 1930's where ancient Jewish towns were targeted by groups such as "The Black Hand" (led by Izz ad Din al Qassam). Jews living in the area for centuries were systematically murdered by this group and other Arabic mobs that were formed.

4. Realize why so many Jews came to Israel in the first place. Jews left the Arabic countries because they were persecuted, beaten, had religious taxes, and were murdered. Around 600000 Jews migrated from Europe to Israel because of the anti-semitism and the Holocaust.

5. The Jews in 1948 offered the Arabs to have peace and to live together, but the Arabs rejected this notion and instead attacked the new Jewish State, causing the 1949 war.


Peace be upon those who have the Hudah

Submitted by WRONG JRD Kidd, Jun 4, 2011 01:45

You are completely wrong on that JRD Kidd, the "Arabs" will never give in to Israel, let alone negotiate with them. Israel isn't a legitimate body, it's occupied ISLAMIC LAND (waqf) no "Arab" would allow it, let alone any Muslim.

The Messenger Muhammad (saw) said: "Two religions shall not co-exist in al-Jazeerat al-Arabi." That was before he killed the Jews of Khyber.

Also He (swt) said: "The worst enemies among mankind are the Jews." (5:82)

"Indeed, they want to eradicate the light of Allah with their mouths, but Allah will perfect his light over them, although they dislike it. Indeed it is He, who sent his Apostle with the Guidance and the ideology of Truth to make it superior over all other ideology, although the people hate it." (9:32-33)

Rasullullah (saw) said: "Islam is superior and nothing can supercede it."

Peace unto those with Hudah.


The inevitable war that will reduce the entire region to rubble.

Submitted by JRD Kidd, Jun 3, 2011 10:03

Unless the Israeli government start to embrace pragmatism and to accept that sooner or later five million indigenous Arabs will reclaim their lands by force, regardless of the nuclear, biological and chemicals weapons stockpile in Israel's arsenal - then the future is bleak indeed. Every month that passes with the refusal of Netanyahu to negotiate, the nearer is the inevitable war that will reduce the entire region to rubble.


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