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Indigenous Peoples

Under the Rule of Islam

 

by Frederick P. Isaac

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Historically, the approximate size of the original Palestine was no more than the Gaza strip of today. Islamic states treat Assyria and the Assyrians as nonexistent, equally the same as Israel and the Jewish Nation. Dar Al-Silm considers both Israel and Assyria, as vanquished states and their respective peoples either extinct or Arab.

Arab Islamic states relate Israel and Assyria to ancient history. In fact, the census of the Israeli people as at the end of 1999 is estimated at about eighteen million. Two thirds of its population still live in Diaspora. The Assyrians, whose population has grown to about five million, collectively, is in a worse situation. Their territory has since been invaded and their properties and homes appropriated by the Kords, with encouragement of the Islamic states of the Abode of Peace, to give the region a distinctive Islamic feature. By so doing, Islam obscures Assyria’s historic and genuine identity, in support of the Muslim Arian Kords. Assyrian villagers in northern Iraq are under constant threat, by the Kord drifters, to move out and leave their homes to the oncoming hostile nomadic Kords. The Kordish manoeuvre is to discourage the international community from rehabilitating the Assyrians in their own traditional homeland. The Kords cause tactical flare-ups to keep the UN and the International Community worried and as an unwelcome gesture to the Assyrians to discourage their return to their old towns and villages.

The Jews have persistently claimed, based on historical facts that the Biblical Land, Eretz Yisrael, belongs to them. Their capital city, Jerusalem and the Temple on Mount Zion, is an historical proof of their claim to their ancestral homeland. Since dispersal of the Jews in 131 AD throughout the Mediterranean Basin of the Roman Empire, for their constant rebellion against the Imperial Power of the Roman Rule, the Jews always ended their prayer with a plea for their return home. They hoped that someday their historical land would be restored to them and that they would all meet in their homeland, Eretz Yisrael, and praise their Jehovah God on Mount Zion.

For nineteen hundred (1900) years, while living in Diaspora, many countries did not accept the Jews as equal and they were told to go away. They lived an estranged life. No matter how faithful they were and how much they contributed to the country in which they lived, they were not accepted as full citizens and on occasions, were totally rejected. Now that they have gone back to Israel, to where they came from, the Muslim world does not want them. Why not? With the passage of time, enmity towards the Jews increased to the point that some countries treated them as outcasts, and clamped down on their freedom. Still not satisfied, some undemocratic regimes, in both the East and the West, aroused deep anti-Semitic feelings and hatred against the Jews and conspired to annihilate them. Their systematic persecution and massacres, especially during the Nazi Holocaust of the Jews in World War II, culminated in their return from banishment to part of their ancestral homeland – Israel became a reality again.

 

 

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