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Israel Should Not Shy Away from Who It is that Promises Their Victory

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Sep 19, 2018 at 16:37

These discussions in this post and related posts in this forum seem to be holding back from some underlying truths that are hard to discuss, since there seems to be little rational corroboration as to Israel's projected outcome in all of the fury being directed towards them. Indeed, as the term 'victory' seems to be uncomfortably applied; is an Israeli 'victory' all that much beyond the realm of rational thinking?

For many, it appears not all can comprehend a humanly rationalized argument that Israel may, in fact, after being forced into a corner of frenzied and delusional attempts to diminish Israel for eventual elimination from the Middle East altogether. I ran is on the forefront of that effort, followed by a world opinion salted by the 'Palestinian' narrative that somehow they are the inheritors of Abraham's promise.

Imagine this: where in the world is Abraham's original promise written down and Who is the guarantor of that promise........?

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