2/11/17 ISRAEL-PALESTINE CONFLICT .... how could Malaysia act differently to help to resolve the issue (DRAFT)
(2) For the Zionist Jews, the existence of Israel is merely a matter of their basic need to exploit the whole world with their liberal-capitalist game. Sustaining turbulent in the Middle East is a lucrative business nurturing process. It is not only about weapon and logistic deal, but most important is to make the overall global market to be in great uncertainty for the good growth of speculative market development. Huge money world wide are made at time of volatile market situation. The Zionist Jews makes the general Jews to be on their side again by meant of religious exploitation. The prolong struggle over the ownership of Mount Temple is a mere pretext to deceit the majority common and orthodox Jews to be at bay with the Zionist in the fight for the existence and expansion of the Israel State.
(3) In the Islamic world, the Islamic sympathy especially to the Palestine miseries makes Israel their hatred subject. The hatred among the Arabs and Jews is not much of religious differences. But I can agree, their fundamental religious differences had been exploited from within and externally to keep them apart. For the Arabs per se, I could visualize, the similar bad feeling of the European to the Jews in 1930-40s over their Palestine brothers indeed was and is the very reason why they seem to behaving differential stands over the Palestine. The Palestinian, I could say are the Jewish Arab. They are much smarter, resilient, and much more discipline than the majority Arabs. Their much earlier association with the Babylon, Egyptian, Roman, Byzantium, Persian and even Turk civilizations made them a better Arabs. Indeed, the non-existence of a Palestine State is to the Arabs best interest. Every now and then, we will see a or group of Arabs countries will put a show to fight for the Palestine, and yet such is nothing but to keep himself or them for their own political grip at home. There are about 12 million Palestine distributed in 29 countries worldwide. In Palestine, there are only 4.7 million while in there are 2.144 million in Jordan and 1.75 million in Israel. Saudi, the richest Muslim country, accommodated only about 400,000 Palestinian. Comparatively, there are 14.41 million Jews worldwide, with 6.5 million are in Israel and America house about 5.7-6,8 million of them. Indeed, the West and Zionist are making a mockery of the Israel State existence, while the Arabs are turning the Palestine State into toys game play.
(4) In reality, the Jews and Arabs particularly the Palestine, they were soil brothers. They came from the same birth place the Soil of Canaan. Once, the ancestor of the Jews ie the family of Jacob (also known as Israel) was residing somewhere in Canaan (Palestine), sort of today Israel. Due to long famine, they then migrated to Egypt. The migration, one can see such as a punishment to Joseph's elder brothers cruelty or Allah answer to Jacob praying that he always wanted to be with his beloved son, Joseph. Joseph earlier own, was among the twelve sons of Jacob, but was treated badly by his other elders brothers. The other brothers due to their zealous of Jacob's over liking of Joseph had thrown him into a death well, where thereafter by the blessing of Allah Joseph was picked by a passing traders and sold to the Pharaoh palace. Thereon, he then become one of the key Minister in the Pharaoh administration. Egypt prosper at times of Joseph-Pharaoh administration. Accordingly, the Jacob family gain lots of advantages, they breed fast and being real enterprising despite they being enslaved to the extend they began to surpass the excellent of the native Egypt. The then Pharaoh, for being so great, had lifted himself to the level of God, which contradicted to the belief of the Jacob's. The conflict then arose between the Egypt particularly the Pharaoh mainly due to jealousy, greed and as well as superstition. An estimated about 1,000,000 Jews were then lead off Egypt by Moses AS (whom exist in 1391-1271BC) to Sinai on en route to the promised land. Archaeological excavation had indicated the establishment of Jewish State somewhere at the Jordan river in 1208-3BC.
(5) I could say, since the founding of the Jews tribe ie at even Jacob's time, the Jew had not been left in peace. Jacob himself was facing great conflict with his own twin brother Esau due to differential treatment of their father (Isaac) and mother (Sarah). Isaac was said to favor Esau to Jacob. Sarah interference, then had developed a conflict between Jacob and Esau. The Jews everlasting conflicts, I would believe, firstly, probably as repayment of Sarah ie Abraham's elder wife vis Jacob's grandmother, zealous over Hagar ie Abraham's Egyptian wife whom gave birth to Abraham eldest son Ismael, which then made Abraham's descendants to split into two nations ie Jews and Arabs. Secondly, I would say probably due to cruelty over their own blood brother ie Joseph which amounting to betrayal to their father will for them to take good care of him. Definitely, thirdly, which I believe is the main cause, is due to the Jews deviance to Allah wishes. Since at times of Moses in Sinai, the Jews have been behaving to devoid from the true command of Allah. In the Al Quran, the Jews are being referred as those people whom love to deceit of the truth, they knew yet they hide those truth. Even to time of Jesus they behaving worst by inflicting the worst act onto the messenger of God.
(6) Historically, the Jews should have no reason to be in conflict with their Arabs brothers. Since, Abraham days, the Arabs particularly the Egyptian had been their savior. At time of hardship in Canaan, Abraham ie the grandfather of Jacob (Israel) need to take refuge to Egypt. In Egypt Allah made him to have Hagar, ie the slave lady of the Pharaoh as gift. Then with the encouragement of Sarah, Abraham took Hagar to be his second wife and thus giving birth to Ismael. Thereon, Sarah was also blessed with pregnancy despite her old age 90 years old, while Abraham was already 100 years old. My question, will Sarah be awarded a son, if it was not due to Allah blessing for her to accept Hagar, an Arab as Abraham second wife? Why did then Sarah was having bad feeling over Hagar and Ismael, an Arab blood, she seem not thankful to Allah blessing in the process for her to have a heir? Accordingly, later, Sarah daughter in-law ie the wife of Isaac whose name was also Sarah was having problem with her other twin son ie Esau (brother of Jacob) by the fact that Esau was more friendly to the Canaan (Arabs)? Indeed in the early history of the Jews it seem that their women were key factors in determining whom and where they'd be. Probably due to such reason, the Jewish women has been sideline in many affair of the Jewish community. They comparatively to this day are having less freedom despite their now being westernized. Not only Abraham had to take refuge in Egypt, but Jacob ie his grandson, the fonder of the Jews (or Israel) as well. All through the classical history of the Jews, Egypt had came to their rescue for many times. Even in the era of the Islamic Rennisance, Salahuddin Al Ayubi, the Egyptian general turned caliph had help to liberated Jerusalem from the grip of the Christian crusades. But interestingly, the Arabs now became the Jews most bitter enemy, due to nothing but I believe, because of religious, political and economic exploitation from within and externally.
(7) The promised land for the Jews, based on the Jewish history is nothing difficult to comprehend. From Terah in today Iraq Abraham migrated to live in Canaan. Since Abraham was "the father" of the Jews (and Arabs), thus they claimed Allah promised land must be the land where Abraham had spent all his lives. Such, is a simple human land claim logic and looks very reasonable. But again, when Moses was ordered to take the Jews to the promised land, they were specifically ordered firstly to fight against the Canaan idolaters before they could enter the gate of Jerusalem. Thus by comparing theological perspective to human-made biased history, there seem to be a conflict of which exactly is the promised land. Nonetheless to my simple understanding, definitely Jerusalem has something to do with the promised land and not the Canaan (Palestine) land as a whole. My reasoning is simple, first Abraham was not originally a Jew. Jews came from the descendant of his grandson Jacob. Secondly, Allah commanded the Jews to enter the gate of Jerusalem to the promised land, and prior to such, they must firstly defeated the Canaan. Thus Canaan was never part of that promised land. The promised land then must having to do with the gate of Jerusalem ie either Jerusalem itself or part of it.
(7) Now come the issue; why did Allah promised Jerusalem to the Jews? Why not any other places, say Eritrea or Switzerland? If one study the Al Quran deeply, one will notice, it is the nature of Allah to promise something as reward to a deed that He wants one to obey. The Jews had been loyal to monotheism, the religion of Abraham. Jersusalem is the graveyard to Abraham and Isaac. Thus is logical, for the Jews to inherit their fatherland. To the Jews, He offered Jerusalem as a reward if they abide by the 10 commandments that He sent through Moses. Most of the Jews abide to such order, so they are spiritually entitle to such promised. The Al Quran acknowledged such though in conditional form. Nonetheless, from the Al Quran itself, the Muslims must knew and admitted that the Jews up to King Solomon, they had abide to the command of Allah, such from the time of David to Solomon, Allah had made both to preside in Jerusalem.
(8) At the time span of David and Solomon, both presided their governing from Jerusalem. Definitely, the Jewish State had expand beyond Jerusalem. Solomon had managed to integrate the so called the Canaan land with Jerusalem to form the so called Jewish Kingdom. Nonetheless came to his son after his death, the Jewish Kingdom then split into two ie the North which was the State of Israel and the South which formed the State of Judah. Solomon was recorded to build the first Jewish temple at Jerusalem. In the Muslim perspective, Solomon was a Muslim. Thus his temple, I would say probably is the first Masjid built after the Kaabah by Adam AS. The long ruined Kaabah was then rebuilt by Abraham and Ismael. Kaabah after Ismael, over time, due to the influence of the idolatry Sanaa Yaman, I presume, though initially both Ismael and Isaac pay respect (pilgrimage) to Allah at the same Kaabah, but due to the flooding of idol goddess, those Jews whom behold to One God concept I would believe had abandon Kaabah as their sacred place and turned to Jerusalem instead. The Solomon temple or the Masjid Sulaiman, as I would called it, became the new kiblah for the Jews and may be later the early Arab Muslims at the early time of Islamic revival in Arabs land.
(9) The main fact is, the Al Quran recognized Allah promised of Jerusalem to the faithful People of the Book, the Jews. Nonetheless Allah's promises are with strict condition(s). The same applied to His promised land to the Jews. Nonetheless, as time past, especially after the death of King Solomon, the Jews had deviated from what had been commanded upon them. The Jews, upon their runaway from Egypt under the leadership of Moses were ordered to return to the promised land on condition they abide by the Taurah (and later Zabur) and to call upon the Canaan to submit to the same, but instead, they made Moses's, David's and Solomon's religion into exclusively Judaism, they treated the Canaan as gentiles whom were not entitle to the religion of Allah. The death of Solomon was the landmark for the Jewish great deviation from the true course of the Taurah and Zabur, so much so, Allah then sent Jesus as messiah to take the Jews back to the true path. Unfortunately, due to their ego and arrogant, Jesus was badly victimized and denied being a prophet sent to them as one of the prophets that they should accepted. Allah raised Jesus to the Heaven, and promised to send him back here on earth to say the truth for both the Jews and Christians over Islam. .... to be continue, In Shaa Allah