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Complacent or Indolent Attitudes by 'Peaceful' Arabs Towards Anti-Semitic Attacks will Cost More than They Know

Reader comment on item: CAIR and American Islam
in response to reader comment: Telling the truth about Arab-Islamic bigotry - Anti-Semitism / racism: behind the violence

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jun 11, 2022 at 20:27

Much like the progrssive agenda in the United States, failure to prosecute lawlessness will lead to the eventual collpase of any societal mores and the situation in Acre, much like the acrimony over the Temple Mount, will compell greater forces of more intense antipathies to seek a domination over all and the losses to the society overall will be incalculable. The irony is that while Israel will have to endure the tragedies this must lead to, they actually have an expectation that after the Arab anger is spent and the world is in a shambles thinking that the Arab sentiments are the winning side, Israel will be brought to its promises to Abraham and the rest will be subservient, and sorrowful, that they did not believe what the Messiah said.

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