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Allegiances to Saracen Antipathies to Peace - Revisited

Reader comment on item: "Godless Saracens Threatening Destruction":
in response to reader comment: Well Worth the Read - Underscores the Issues Between the Oriental and Occidental Preoccupations of Empires

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Feb 15, 2021 at 12:55

Dr. Pipes;
It took a while to return to your question to this reader's positing of how history's rendition of the remaking the Middle East, which for all intents and purposes, is a model of mankind's failed attempts to secure peace when humanity cannot answer even the basic question of how to survive in such a hostile environment as this global community in which no one wants to be subservient: what was intended in the observation of how well your article served its purpose to inform this observer, was its insight.
Between and amongst your article, history being taught to this observer decades ago, and the clarification of Arabic versus Aryan/Persian translations of Aramaic Scriptures by Dhimmi No More regarding how the Saracens were able to remake Oriental changes of empire, the reason why no one could make peace became evident; so, thanks, Doctor.
In reminds, in a nutshell, the basic notice of why the Prophet Isaiah spoke the words of the future to King Ahab in Israel: chapter 9: 8 through 13; after the prophecy of the nativity of Israel's future monarch in chapter 7, later in again, chapter 9:1 through 7. Verse 10 was brought home to America when politicians were quoting here to answer the atrocity of the ages, the falling of the towers in New York by Saudis intent on bringing the Saracen legacy to America.
This is why your article seemed appropriate and timely to this increased time of Middle East upheaval, now coming on some twenty years after September 2001, and the Aryan influences are on the rise again to challenge any semblance to peace in a world seemingly bent on the various missions of self-destruction. Who knew? Doctor, you seem to.


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