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Retrospect: Israeli-UAE-Bahrain Peace Accord Does Not Equal 'Palestinian' Peace

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Sep 17, 2020 at 13:20

There is a very telling photograph in the publication of the 'Times of Israel' by M Torokman, one that shows 'Palestinian' Authority President Mahmoud Abbas during a meeting discussing the peace deal between Israel and the UAE, (the addition of Bahrain to the accord not necessarily a part yet); and the look is one of consternation (this observer's opinion) as the conversation is one of frustration that has lasted decades. There is a sense, not of realization, but of a lack of understanding why the truth of Israel cannot be discerned in the face of the reality that Israel is not going away; not by his wishes; not by Iran's wishes; not by Turkish intervention; not even by Russian interference and eventual sacrifice on the hills of Israeli sovereignty.
The existence of 'Palestinian' influences are a product of uncounted attempts to legitimize the 'refugee' populations due to European manipulations in the Middle East, only to come to the place where the incompetence of a faux Roman mindset has made the region more dangerous for the lack of distinguishing the future of Israel in these modern times while forgetting why the Romans destroyed the Jewish Temple in the fit of an out of control emperor to be. What they never came to realize is how much damage Pontius Pilate did to the Roman hegemony for future generations when he did the bidding of the Jewish religious leaders in ordering the Jewish Savior to the cross. Little did he know, nor did any realize, that he was part of setting the world on the course to the destination of the circumstances we see unfolding today.
It is written: the Hebrew Holy Writ has the entirety of the situation faced by the world today totally laid out for those who know where to look to consider. The 'Palestinians' have been set up for being the reason of these current issues; but they are not the cause. The antipathies behind the desires of many nations to push against Israel goes way farther than President Abbas can imagine; even farther than the proxy enmity of Iran and all the other agents of Middle Eastern hostilities; even China is implicated and they are yet to be contended with due to their not having pushed west beyond India, yet.
Here is understanding; the UAE and Bahrain have signed peace accords; but they have not produced peace. There is way too much contention about the region to think that such a peace is infectious; even as that may be the hope. Yet there are too many other aspects of why Israel is targeted by the non-Arab communities, not the least of which is that Arabs are Semitic (of which are the majority of 'Palestinians' are an Arabic people); and the Islamic distinction between Arabic adherents and non-Arabic adherents to the issue of who should control Israel's sovereignty becomes apparent due to the ideologies behind conquest in the Middle East. In the final analysis, every nation that thinks to take Israel out is guaranteed their shot; but be reminded, when the final peace is achieved, it is Israel that is promised that peace, no one else.

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