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Reader comment on item: The Year the Arabs Discovered Palestine [Long version]

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jul 12, 2021 at 15:49

Not wanting to nor needing to replicate the narrative that describes 'Palestinian' history (this forum is replete with the Dr.'s excellent research and certain of the commentaries that have given authentication to the subject); let it be sufficient here to rely upon such academia, if for no other reason, than to review what history tells the audience that knows, there is a time coming when the truth that has been hidden and neglected by some is about to be revealed in a way that will not be expected by the majority of the adherents who believe the 'Palestinian' cause will be adjudicated to the 'Palestinian' advantage; much to the chagrin of many, Israel survives as the sovereign entity that will rule over the Temple Mount.
That is not to say that Arab affinities are going to disappear; this is not the case. Instead, unlike many others might assert otherwise, sons of Ismael are given a Biblical heritage, just not the one that Islamists would like the world to believe.
The set up is in place; only the timing is left for the experience to be made manifest. The 'Palestinian' presence is the cause; but it is not the ultimate result.


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