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Continued Posturing for Supreme Rights in Land Only Children of Abraham Can Claim

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

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Aug 31, 2022 at 22:55

Begged, borrowed, stolen; all phrases and nomenclature that describes the condition of the land promised to Abraham during its many varied tenures of possession (not ownership) over the centuries and mankind has yet to fully recognize the circumstances by which such possessory terms of control are determined.
It is written in stone; inked on skins; passed on from generations to generations of the Children of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob; and in fulfillment of those writings and pronouncements in Jewish promises of Zion, Israel remains.
Only in rebellion to the designated Jewish Deity that the Jewish Scriptures speak of does anyone think to challenge those promises: and why is that?
It is, in the course of human destiny; the celestial millennial question: how does Israel survive when all other aspects of Middle East circumstances and contravening politics of various debates say that Israel needs to be moved out.
Contrary to the premise of tis forum's post title here, 'Israel is the most stolen land;' but not by Israel.
Israel is in possession, finally, due to the pronouncements and proclamations of the Zionist Deity makng those declarations. That being the case, who's argument to the contrary will deprive Israel her God-given destiny? Anyone?


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