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Backgrounding to the Fulfillment of the Prayer fo Peace for Jerusalem

Reader comment on item: The Year the Arabs Discovered Palestine [Long version]
in response to reader comment: Post Perspective - Pondering 'Palestinian' Passion for Power - Present Tense

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jun 27, 2022 at 19:17

Many pray for the 'peace of Jerusalem,' not a Muslim prayer: exactly the opposite, the Quranic expectation being based upon a 'Palestinian' presupposition now roughly a little more that one hundred years ago is exactly opposite to the Jewish supplication to the LORD of Zion and the Temple Mount and Israel's justification.
The peace is eventualy achieved; not everyone understands there is a cost, a gravely expensive cost. The beginning fulfillments that preface that outcome are on the horizon as this is being written. More importantly, the expectations are that the fulfillments are comng as it is written, not in the Quran, but in the Hebrew Script.
If the Russian only knew what he had started..........

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