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Continuously Misconstrued - Israel's Land Ownership Is Entitled from a Greater Authority

Reader comment on item: Israel Is the Least-Stolen Land

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jun 20, 2022 at 16:47

While just about everyone who have no knowledge of Israel's rights to its own property might think the accusations of occupation have some legitimacy, the reality is that possession has only corrected an ancient circumstance of historical dimensions, of the promises made by the Almighty Sovereign that rescued the nation from Egyptian slavery and subsequent placement in the land of contention in fulfillment to the covenant to Abraham.
That descendants in modern times actually paid for new possessory rights suggest irony of having to pay for that which has already been deeded by eternal decree; a situation lost on the rejected premise that Israel ever had any right to the land, let alone the eternal promise. The final adjuducation is coming: 'Palestinian' and other objections notwithstanding.


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