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The Portending of Potential Imminent Causes of Territorial Incursions Into Israeli Sovereign Possession

Reader comment on item: A Century of the Muslim Brotherhood
in response to reader comment: Providence creating an opportunity for an Israeli "victory"?

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Oct 3, 2022 at 17:10

Reader Robert reinterates various historically based causes of action that have led to the currrent philosophical (theosophical, dependent upon one's worldview) status of arms and the propensity towards relaince upon force to obtain that which is desired; and a proximal provocation already predicted to occur: the results? Which see; noted here.
[So Israel's Victory partly depends on confronting the Antisemitism and Self Interest of the World as demonstrated by the votes in the General Assembly of the United Nations.]
While this has all the bearing of previous history bringing the weight of the implications into view, there appears to be another factor that is not all that evident: or is it?
This observer is convinced by the historical record, both religious and secular (much of it reviewed here in the ME Forum of Dr. Pipes,) that the Israeli Victory promoted and expected here is within the reach of a lifetime spent from the beginning of Israel's rebirth and the commencement of likely a single triggering event in which, as noted by the invocation of 'Providence,' all matters pertaining to Israel's survival will be settled.
In pragmatic terms, be careful what you have asked for; you may actually get what is deserved.
Israel's promise is expected, protected: does anyone know what this will cost the global community?
Be careful for that answer: because it is unlikely the United Nations nor the other contenders do not.


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