Nice dream if Moslems would be Christians but they are not - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Hegel Georg WF
    • 18.07.10 | 15:30 (IDT)

    Wow, dreamers want to erase deep cultural realities. Moslem are not lean to tolerate any other entity ruling on them. That is the root of the problem. Solution would be to have a kind of Vatican II council of Moslem authority making peace with the jewish entity in the middle of Moslems, Dar al Islam or Dar el Harb that is the core question, they must introduce Dar al Shahada for the Land of Israel. Look at what is happening to Lebanon, moslems are taking over swallowing Christians or cleansing them slowly but surely. A special solution must be envisioned, with Jordan citizenship to moslems living on the Land of Israel. Do not expect Israeli Arabs being in peace under Jewish ruling, they will NEVER, especially with Tibi and Zouabi. Unfortunately, only radical steps will solve the problem, the full historical perspective is here needed, or Jews will be fled away or Arabs. This will be due to Moslem refusal to compromise and wanting get every km square of ME as Dar al Islam. What a pity, but the paper was really interesting. Kudo to Haaretz for this (unfortunately only this one).

    from the article: Endgame
    First published 13:27 15.07.10 | Last updated 13:27 15.07.10
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