So you are okay with a United States of Arab with Jerusalem as the capitol?
My understanding of Israel's history is that they were taken into captivity by Egypt. Palestinians were a nomad tribe who settled on Israel's land after they were taken. Over the years Israel has been returning to claim the land they believe is theres. Israelis are willing to share this land with the Palestinians which they are right now in West Bank. It is the extreme Arabs who refuse to share this land or even recognize Israel as a nation. So why do you believe Israelis do not have a right to live in their promised lands?
If Egypt actually cared about them (or any other vast large ME nation for that matter) they would cede them some land and solve the "problem" but of course, the land is not the issue to Hamas and Islamic Jihad, it's those Joooooooooos and the fact that they still breathe air.
First goes Israel then the rest of the western world infidels. The Arabs will eventually push out the US from the ME cutting the western world off from the much needed oil. A domino effect. Arab spring has embolden the Arabs and they now see a real chance at unification. Our Navy is now being threatened at Bahrain as we speak. If we lose that we will lose our strong hold into the middle east.
The problem with your recollection of Israel's history is you refuse to go back to the Biblical days. Do you really think Israel's history started with British colonization in the M.E.?
And who is us?
So you really have never heard of the Promised Lands? Is this like all fairy tale stories to you? You really need to go further back in history if you really want to know the entire history of Israel.
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