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Portending of Many Things To Come...

Reader comment on item: Middle East Provocations and Predictions
in response to reader comment: Worldwide alert: the real Muslim mission

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Oct 20, 2015 at 11:43

To give a rational meaning to the processes the world sees as necessary to prosecute for world-wide peace, in the face of the Muslim demands to lands that were originally not theirs to gain that peace, appears as irrational on the face if it to any who undersand one thing; humanity is on a collision course to a destiny from which, if there is no intercession, will not end well. Just ask Israel, the point of the Islam 'mission.'

A world-wide alert is exquisitely called for; for the impact of not dealing with the current threats is already visible in the atrocities that are beamed world-wide and an impotent politcal structure of almost every kind appears ready to collapse. For the record, the United Nations does not advocate for peace: indeed therein lies much incitement. Think it not so: what was PA leader Abbas doing there, except to incite?

Now it is plain that the center of the controversy is Jerusalem, whether any will admit it or not. See the agitaton around the Jewish Temple mount and teh newly incited third intifada, by which an argument has already been made that if the Muslims are not guaranteed sole possession, neither will they allow world peace, and especially not any peace for Israel, their blood enemy, the true target of their 'mission.'

From this perspective, this latest intifada took its lead as the next step in the rebellion of the Arab populations stemming from the Cairo 2009 intentions of the American Administrative Chief Executive, which should have been recognized as the first alert of world-wide proportions.... portending of many 'things to come ....'


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