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Accentuating Israel's Placement Amongst the Arab Contentions of Right of Return

Reader comment on item: Sa'udi Policies towards Migrants and Refugees
in response to reader comment: Contention of Nation Building for 'Palestinians' Cannot be Resolved in KSA any More than in Jordan or Israel

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jun 30, 2022 at 17:50

The 'Palestinian' question remains the perennial obstacle to peace in the Middle East since there is no resident accord that will sufficiently quell the hatred that is virutally inherent in the region from before Islam adopting that frame of reference before the Crusades. The question of Christianity emerging from the Messianic sect of Judaism in its assignment to proclaim the Gospel of Yeshua, Jesus Christ, underwrites a continuing narative of the harrasment of the Jewish people from the the time of the destruction of the Temple Mount the second time; and the impoverishment of the Jewsih Nation since then until the 1948 rebirth became the proclamation of fulfillment of the Jewish return per the prophets. The attempts at preventing that are still the contention and the Arabs and other Muslim contentions are still as hostile as ever: why?
Strangely, even with the modern conception of the Christian interpretation of Jewish Holy Scripture telling everyone this is so, there is still the delusion that it can be stopped, although all evidence to the verification of its truth, Islamic forces and their allies are, at this time of world confusion as to why the Russian is supporting his/its own version of globalism in disrupting the central Asian dynamics; it is seen that a time of retribution is under way and the Middle East is its basic target. See how Syrian ambitions of a greater revival of the former empire is being supprted by the Russian ambition of global pretenses. Even the Arabs will not be able to quell that, 'Palestinian,' Sa'udi, Hasmonean or otherwise. Then the Iranian Islamic Regime's revival of Haman's revenge will be brought to bear and all of its angst will be revealed for Europe to fall into its own disarray.
As for Israel's right of return according to the Holy Writ, its misguided attempts at forming a government that will recognize its errant thoughts of democratic control (think that a 5th round of elections will solve their conundrum of coalition control), it will bring nothing to solve what will be the final act of exercising its rights and the world will be consumed in the process of its deliverance.

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