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Not Even Reparations Can Undo Irreparable Harm to Societal Injustices - Why Innocents Suffer the Worst

Reader comment on item: Israel Is the Least-Stolen Land
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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jun 27, 2022 at 19:03

Inhumanities towards humanity: how mankind is its own worst enemy and apparently, it is a condition that will not go away into the night without the casualties that hatred always seeks. While this is apparently the condition of the human race for as long as history is recorded in the human contexty, the last two millennnia have recorded some of the more egregious acts of inhumanities towards humanity; and in the vein of tis forum, Islam has been a leading cause of concern when examining the Middle ages record of the Middle East and environs and the continuing issues that regimes like the Iranian Islamic Regime's constant exacerbation of antipaties towards Israel in the aftermath of the Muslim conquests and their modern examples have shown. There is a reason that the Mufti's in Jerusalem and surrounding regions were in sympathic association with the Third Reich; and now Syria's association with the Russian. And again, who suffers the worst: the innocents.


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