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Philistine Narrative Will Always Be Source of Contention-It's in the Tanakh

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jun 1, 2021 at 12:20

Strange as it may seem, the issue of 'Palestine' has been used for contentious purposes against Israel for millennia, but only by modern Islamist resurgence of empire does Arab appropriation of former Ottoman (non-Arab) territories does the world allow the narrative to interfere in the reestablishment of Israel.
Let the narrative of the Iranian Islamic Regime tell the motivation; they hate Israel and have no compunction (or loss thereof) whatsoever to front Arab blood in their vendetta to eliminate Israel.

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