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Submitted by Martin Horan (United Kingdom), Sep 25, 2009 at 18:16

As a Christian, I am a Zionist and lover of the Jewish people. That does not mean I hate Palestinians. How can I? The only people prior to 1967 who called themselves Palestinians were Jews. The Arabs who now call themselves Palestinians are devious liars. That does not mean I hate them either. Like Jews I worship the God of the Bible who demands we love our enemies, even devious liars who claim to be something they are not.

It is Muslims who hate their enemies. A mere cursory glance at the Koran shows that clearly enough. The prophecies of the Bible, especially regarding the Jews and what happens to their enemies have consistently come true throughout the centuries. History attests to that. It also attests to Muhammad's "prophecy" of the 1000 year Muslim world reign to have been a flop. It didn't happen. That's why no Christian or Jew needs to hate "Palestinians": Over and over their fate--and that of their allies--is prophesied in the Bible. The murder and slaughter by their serious believers has not achieved anything other than the True God's Hand against them.

Fredreich Hegel wrote, "The only thing that history teaches us is that nations learn nothing from history." Muslims should heed that. Also, Geoges Satanyana stated, "Those who don't learn from history are forced to repeat it."

Arabs have learnt nothing from their ancient ancestors nor from the Egyptians, the Babylonians, the Assyrians, the Greeks, the Romans, the Russians and Nazi Germany, all of which persecuted the Jews. Those empires, without exception paid dearly for it. The Muslim nations are paying for it now and they can't even see it. There's a lot worse coming to them for their treachery and hatred.

I know that from reading the prophecies in the Bible.
Britain and the US have been reaping the curses since they started crossing Israel, especially with Muslim attacks on our countries, earthquakes and other national disasters and destructiono f our economies.
Our nations have tried to turn Israel over to Islam and now Islam is destroying our nations from within. So much so, that America has a Muslim running their country, as great a liar as any so-called Palestinian.

Barak Obama is no longer even the closet Muslim he was when he was first "elected" to office. He now makes his stance crystal clear. And this is only the beginning. Do not think he is a bumbling twerp like Jimmy Carter who has made the US contemptible in the eyes of even her staunchest allies (and to this day has never apologized to the American people for his incompetence as one of the worst American Presidents). On the contrary, Obama knows what he is about.

Remember, the Germans at first laughed at Hitler thinking he was a fool. Then they thought he was a man of peace. (HIstory repeating itself on that point.) But he dragged Germany to the pits. Obama has virtually nothing logical to say but he says his empty rhetoric with charisma and conviction, like any great actor--and his acting is truly great. When Americans voted for him they chose him for the charisma and conviction, presumably because they didn't see how illogical and shallow his statements were--and still are.

America has some great Christian preachers. Not many, admittedly, but more than we have in Britain. They are men who understand where their nation and the world is headed if it does not turn back to the God of the Bible and carries on siding with Israel's implacable and merciless enemies. I hope America listens to those preachers. If not, you will face what has always happened to nations who have picked on the Jews. And we don't have to go back in history to observe it. Look at any Muslim nation or any nation Ruled by the Vatican or Eastern Orthodox churches. The masses of their population have lived in ignorance, poverty and have been ruled by dictators. Why do you think so many of their inhabitants have always wanted to move to the Protestant West?

That is not prejudice. I was educated as a Catholic and have known virtually dozens of Catholic families, all of whose parents and grandparents left their native shores for the freedoms of (then) Protestant Britain. Every Muslim person we see in our streets, shouts out loudly that they would rather live in the West than their own lands. But it doesn't seem to register with many people in the Free West. It certainly does not with the hypocrites we have in politics. I'm afraid I don't see people waking up.

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