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Indigenous Peoples

Under the Rule of Islam

 

by Frederick P. Isaac

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Maltreatment of the Jews, all over the world, was one of the main reasons Islam was emboldened to continue persecution of the Jews and come hard on them, especially during the Third Reich of Nazi Hitler.

Not recognizing them as the indigenous people of the land of Israel, the Jews were not allowed to return to their traditional homeland. Now that the West has reconciled with itself, after World War II, recognising the Jews as an independent people, Arab/Islamic governments refuse to recognise them as a nation in their own God-given land and right. Islam’s uncompromising attitude and adamant stance has led the bitter Arab-Israeli conflict to reach a deadly impasse.

The Arab-Israeli conflict is not a purely local dispute or a minor confrontation. It is an Islamic-Israeli war. It is a religious war. It is an all-out war. Otherwise, why would Iran, Pakistan, Malaysia, Indonesia, and scores of other Islamic nations that are not Arab in race and nationality, and thousands of kilometres apart, condemn Israel and refuse to recognise the Jews as a people in their own right? Israel is the inheritance of the People of Israel; so is Assyria the inheritance of her displaced Assyrian people in northern Mesopotamia.

The misnomer of The Holy Land of Israel as ‘Palestine’ is a grievous error, which the world body needs to rectify. The borderlines of the Holy Land, which the Muslims call ‘Palestine’, do not reflect the true picture of traditional Israel. The boundaries of the disputed region need to be politically redrawn for the capital Jerusalem to fall within the State of Israel as its traditional capital. Jerusalem would then remain as the physical capital of Israel and as the spiritual capital of the world, open to all nations to go and worship there.

 

 

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