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Patterns of Patronizing 'Palestinian' Polarization Towards Israel

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), May 20, 2021 at 11:05

One need only scratch the surface of the historical epic that is the deeply held non-moderate Muslim ideology and realize that what was started centuries ago has not really lost any of the incentive to conquer the world; all that has been lost in those multiple years of hostile intentions is 'martyrs' who were taught that life in peace was not worth living and those with survivor's guilt can only participate in riotous hatred during hudna, if even then.
Thus update occurs at a time when, yet again, an Islamic identity that is a former shell of the empires once holding rule over much more dynamic locations of territories, tries to regain some semblance of strength by struggling with the more modern powers that be, evidently hoping that some ancient prognostication of a revived Islamic empire would resurface to overcome their perceived enemies of the Quran and institute 'ummah' under the auspices of shar'ia. But as Dr. Pipes and others he interacts with in the forum here have demonstrated, they appear not to be able to organize themselves under one cause, instead over the years attempt to polarize the world into divisive societal communities that seem to be diffident to any cause that is not their own. Of such are the 'Palestinians.'
As has been shown in this forum, even in the discussions of the attempts to validate to the Muslim world the efficacy of the Quran and the various supporting scholastic works such as the alhadiths, et al, the very thing they try to argue is the cause of unity is fraught with the very fragmented ideologies that within Islam, cannot be reconciled; all because they do not understand why it cannot be reconciled.
In that vein, how do they not see that, for example, attempting to unite behind the 'Palestinian' statehood there cannot be the united front because the Iranian Islamic Regime is not interested in a united Arab front. Seriously, where is that concerted effort when the mullahs in Iran are NOT Arab?
And when they try to gain support in America, it fails for the very reason they think they might have a chance; they forget the separation of church and state, the very thing Iran cannot completely control at home. So, the Iranian Islamic Regime fights proxy wars abroad in feigned attempts of regaining empire status. Let us not forget that PM Erdo─čan has similar ambitions in his long running battles with non-Turkish Muslim and kuffar populations in southern Turkey and northern Syria, itself in its own lost cause. Damascus is but a shadow of its former self.
All the while, in his own ambitions of empire, the Russian autocrat to the north is waiting for when it all seems to hopeless for the extremist Muslim sensibilities to come together and occupy Israel; that boom is lowered.
But all the while these things are falling into place, we see that political pressure in America still struggles with friend or foe issues, which has gotten worse now that socialistic democratic tendencies are being exposed to pressures from Islamist sources to take sides for 'Palestinian' statehood and even in America, the fight to keep true to Israel will condemn America as sources and forces are reluctant to do so.
What they will find out, however too late, is this last Ramadan was set in destiny to find out who would be true to Israel and who will be brought to the fire of judgment; and yes, this has the propensity of going nuclear. Now, does any one think we should make friends with Islamists? Even they cannot agree.

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