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Apartheid Apparitions of Palestine

Reader comment on item: President Arafat? [and the Jordan-Is-Palestine Issue]
in response to reader comment: Apartheid Against Jews in East Palestine aka Transjordan

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Dec 17, 2021 at 15:19

Reader Robert presents an interesting perception of how the misunderstood process of formulating the modern state of Israel by arbitrators of Middle Eastern politics that did not intend to allow Israel to reformulate in the first place. In review, it appears that replacement theology was at work in the background, but was frustrated in how the entirety of the Arab presence in the Holy Land was unable to prevent Israel from eventually proclaiming independence. Hmmmmm; who's fault was that?
The notice of the religious argument is correct; the religious influences are unmistakable; yet the secularistic influences are what seem to be at stake here: why did the secularistic argument fail?
It is suggested here that the power necessary to promote and isolate the Jewish presence was/is greater than the futile attempts to prevent Israel from attaining a destiny so many seem intent to frustrate; but can't.
The 'Palestinian' issue was, and always has been, a diversion. The destinies of all the region are determined and their paths to fulfillment are falling into place just as the prognostications of extreme prophetic proportions. Remember that before the term 'apartheid' became fashionable in the secularistic realm of political division for separating people from their human rights, separation was a religious tool of sanctification for demonstrating devotion to the Deity of choice: the key was, and is, choosing the right Eternal Sovereign. Jordan, TransJordan('Palestine') has an eternal designation just like Israel; and those names do not match what is written. The secularists got that wrong too.


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