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MUSLIMS IN ISRAEL

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Submitted by MOHAMAD NOZZI (Singapore), Apr 28, 2009 at 05:57

Be more pessimistic rather optimistic about the situation in Israel. I've even watched the video pertaining to Jerusalem. However, I discover that there are many muslims live in Israel. You have to bear in mind that both muslims in Palestinian as well as in Israel indeed make no difference since they are our brothers and sisters and they believe the same Allah as us. If we, encourage these two countries to fight, it would cause many of our brothers/sisters in Palestian or Israel to perish in which we would not like to see it to occur. From the video that I watched pertaining to Jerusalem, there were a few muslims were interviewed in which they felt glad to be born in that country and they indeed dislike war to break out between Palestinian and them.

The relocation of weapons to aim at Israel would cause all our muslim people to worry about their lives in Israel. Not only that, it might cause united alliance to focus attention upon Israel by relocating in Israel.

Recalling the war between Iraq and united alliance in which united alliance has won victory over them. We, moderate muslims, do not foresee the future what would occur in the future. What if the bad would come as what occurred in Iraq that all muslims would not like to see. What if that would cause many muslims to perish and yet we could not get Israel back for Palestinians. At that time we, muslims, might regret our wrong decision that has made in the past. At that time, it is too late since what is over and is really over and the bad has come.

Referring the life of the history of Prophet Muhammad, he received revelation from Allah. Was he discouraged when he was surrounded by many pagans? Indeed, he was not discouraged. He actively involved in his mission to reach his wife, cousin, friend and servant for their conversion. He did not fight against the pagans within the first three years after receiving revelation, he only fought back against the pagans at the time when they began to persecute him. Despite the persecution, the muslim followers did not reduce but were multiplied greatly and they began to fight from one country to another. The reason that the war started was merely due to the persecution from the pagans. Bear in mind that the pagans were the first to trigger off the war with them and that caused the war to occur. The war indeed was between the pagans and muslims. However, the situation is different in Israel now since there are muslims in Israel. If the war between Israel and Palestian, it would not be simply the war between the pagans and muslims. Those that suffer in the war would be muslims in Israel. Not only that, United alliance might send muslims to assist Israel if the relocation of weapons in Israel would cause war to trigger off, the war would, sad to say, turn up to be muslims fight against muslims. Would we, muslims, like to see all our brothers and sisters fighting with each other.

If Palestian could win the victory, you have to know how many muslims have been perished during the war. Muslims in Israel would be killed by muslims from Palestian and that is the most pitiest that we, muslims, would not like to see. Muslim people fight against muslim people. This war is no longer the same as that was at the time after the death of Prophet Muhammad since the war at that time was the fighting back of muslims as a result of the persistenct persecution from the pagans.

What if the worse would come that many non-muslim countries have banned muslim religions and this is due to the misleading teaching of muslim extremists that muslims like vandalism, riots, violence and etc. At that moment, we, muslims, would regret the wrong decision that we have made. However, the game is over and muslims might be disappeared from the world as a result of wrong perception of the true teaching of Allah.

For instance, if we could preach to the Jews and many Jews could repent to turn to Allah. If our persistent of my mission and we maintain good conducts that could convince many and many Jews to become muslims. At that time, though they are Jews, there are no longer the Jews as in the past since they are our people. At that time, let them be called Jews and yet we, know deep in our heart at that time, they are muslims, our people.

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