Thursday, 24 July 2014

Understanding the Jews (Part Fourth)

The Jews considered themselves as the God’s favorite nation. They believed that the last Prophet of God will rise among them. When the prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was chosen the last and final prophet and the Messenger of God, from among the Ishmaels, they were jealous. They, eventually, tried to poison the prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

Thus, Muslims in Madina (Muhammad’s city) drove them away from it: Later from Khyber city. Therefore they took shelter in Palestine. After, during Omer’s (second Khalifah) rule, Palestine and Jerusalem was also conquered by Muslims. Omer himself cleaned the place of the Temple of Solomon, which was used as a garbage pit by the Christians. He allowed them to enter Palestine and visit their holy places.

During the Muslim rule over Palestine, Muslims, Jews, and the Christians were free to pilgrim their holy places in Palestine. But in 11th Century AD, Christians attacked Jerusalem. This was the first Crusade. They throw the Jews out of Palestine. Later, Salahuddin Ayoubi allowed them again to enter Palestine (after he won the last crusade war.)

The Jews had no nation of their own, ruled and managed by them, from 578 BC to 1948 AD. In 1897, Theodor Herzl founded the Zionist Movement. S Its aim is to establish the Jews rule.

In 1918, Balfour Declaration gave Britain’s support for the Israel, the nation of the Zionists.  A movement was launched to collect all the Jews throughout the world in the Israel. Holocaust was one of the tactics to impress upon the Jews that they were safe only in the nation of Israel.

In 1948, Israel state is established. This started the conflict between Arabs and the Israel.
In 2000, Pope John Paul pardoned (officially declared the Jews innocent) the Jews for the crucifixion of the Jesus.

The Zionists are planning the reconstruction of the Temple of Solomon by destroying the Mosque of Al Aqsa. Then they want to establish the Greater Israel (search Google for the maps). It includes many Arab states like Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Madina, etc.

(Theodor Herzl, helped by the British Jewish Rothschild family, met Sultan Abdul Hameed for the Purpose. The request was in the form of establishment of Jewish settlements in any part of Palestine and , if the government wished, building houses for Muslims in the very same settlements. In turn, the Jews would facilitate the payments of the Ottoman state’s loans, pay up to build the Ottoman Navy, and 35 million Liras for the prosperity of the Ottoman state. The Sultan declined to accept the offer saying, “My forefathers won the land of Palestine, I’ll not sell it for money.” He is hated ever since by the Jews and the ruling class of many Muslim countries for saying, “Let the Jews keep their millions.” He predicted: “The day Khalifah is abolished, they can have Palestine without paying anything for it.”  )

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Wednesday, 23 July 2014

The War on Gaza and the Cycle of Impunity | The Nation

As we go to press, Israel’s third assault on Gaza in five years continues into its second week, with no end in sight. So far the Israeli military has killed nearly 200 Palestinians—some 80 percent of them civilians, according to the United Nations—and wounded more than 1,300. Israeli officials boast of their precision targeting, but the high civilian casualty rate, stemming from deliberate attacks on homes as well as a hospital, school, cafe, a rehab center for the disabled, mosques and other nonmilitary infrastructure, calls to mind the conclusion of Haaretz columnist Gideon Levy, who wrote, “The goal of Operation Protective Edge is to restore the calm; the means: killing civilians. The slogan of the Mafia has become official Israeli policy.”

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On Israel-Palestine and BDS | The Nation

The misery caused by Israel’s actions in the occupied territories has elicited serious concern among at least some Israelis. One of the most outspoken, for many years, has been Gideon Levy, a columnist for Haaretz, who writes that “Israel should be condemned and punished for creating insufferable life under occupation, [and] for the fact that a country that claims to be among the enlightened nations continues abusing an entire people, day and night.”
He is surely correct, and we should add something more: the United States should also be condemned and punished for providing the decisive military, economic, diplomatic and even ideological support for these crimes. So long as it continues to do so, there is little reason to expect Israel to relent in its brutal policies.
The distinguished Israeli scholar Zeev Sternhell, reviewing the reactionary nationalist tide in his country, writes that “the occupation will continue, land will be confiscated from its owners to expand the settlements, the Jordan Valley will be cleansed of Arabs, Arab Jerusalem will be strangled by Jewish neighborhoods, and any act of robbery and foolishness that serves Jewish expansion in the city will be welcomed by the High Court of Justice. The road to South Africa has been paved and will not be blocked until the Western world presents Israel with an unequivocal choice: Stop the annexation and dismantle most of the colonies and the settler state, or be an outcast.” 
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Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Understanding the Jews (Part Third)

(Note: Please read first two parts.)

Jesus’ mother, Mary, lived in Nazareth, lies in the Northern region of Palestine.

Jesus teachings were only for the Bani Israel. So, Jesus started calling people to God’s commandments (which contradicted their wishes). They despised it. They were such deep in their vices that when they killed Zacharias (Zakariyyah) and John (Yahya), there was not even a single soul to raise his voice against the crimes. There scholars had plunged far in the materialistic life. Obviously Jesus campaigned against them. They, thus, became his enemies.

They filled ears of the Romans that Jesus claims kingship and deceives the people. Fearing resentment by the people, the governor of the time, Pilate, ordered for the crucifixion of the Jesus. But God took Jesus up into the heavens.

From this day the Jesus’ followers consider the Jews their enemy because they held them responsible for his crucifixion. (This is the first period when no prophet lived on the earth.)
In 70 AD, the Jews defied against the Roman kingdom. Titus, the Roman king at the time, crushed tem violently and destroyed the Temple of the Solomon completely. Some two hundred fifty thousand Jews were killed. And those who escaped safe took shelter in the other lands.

This is the beginning of the worst period of the Jews. On the one hand, Roman emperor Constantinople accepted Christianity and thus had no compassion for the Jews.  On the other, their important religious places were destroyed completely. According to the Historians, today only the western wall of the Temple of the Solomon is intact. This is the ‘Wailing Wall’.

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Saturday, 19 July 2014

Understand the Jews (Part Two)

(Note: Please read the part one first.)

Solomon died in 922 BC. Thus the nation broke into two kingdoms ruled by Solomon’s two sons – Northern and Southern kingdoms. Northern kingdom is known as Israel (according to Bible) and Southern kingdom as the Jews (Reuben, Jacob’s oldest son, according to Bible).(Yah’ood according to the holy Quran.)

In the 7th century BC, Geshurites destroyed Israel. In 587 BC Bakht Nassar (Nebuchadnezzar) destroyed the remaining Reuben nation. He destroyed even Bayt al Muqaddis (Jerusalem) and the Temple of Solomon. Thus the Torah was lost. He killed six hundred thousand Jews. Took more than the killed number to Iraq, where they spent almost hundred years in captivity. Rest of the Jews took asylum in other parts of the world including India and Afghanistan. This period is called Diaspora.

Somehow in the same period, the people of Iraq got attracted towards the Bani Israel’s religion and accepted it in large numbers. As the Moses’ teachings were only for Bani Israel, so the new religion was called Judaism.
When Iranian king Cyrus conquered Iraq he allowed the Jews to enter Palestine. Prophet 

Ezra (Hazrat Aziz) came to Jerusalem with one group. He lived there. Eighty years after Nebuchadnezzar’s attack, the Temple of Solomon was reconstructed. Torah was rewritten from memory.

Prophet Jesus was born when the Palestine was ruled by Romans. This is the period when the Jews were worst creatures – they indulged in all kinds of vices and crimes.

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Friday, 18 July 2014

Understand the Jews (Part One)

Prophet Abraham is the Father of Prophets. All prophets descended from his children. He lived in Babylon (Iraq). From his three wives came three descendants. From Hajrah’s (Hagar) son Ismail is our beloved prophet Muhammad (PBUH). From Qutoorah is prophet Shu╩┐ayb who was sent as prophet to Midian (Madyan). And from Sarah’s son is Prophet Isaac. 

Prophet Isaac settled in Palestine where he had two sons – Esau and Jacob (Yaqu’b). Prophet Jacob’s descendants are called Bani Israel. He constructed Bayt al Muqqadis (Jerusalem). Jacob had twelve sons who formed twelve tribes of Bani Israel. When his son Prophet Yusuf ascended the throne of Egypt, Jacob with his other sons came to Egypt. Bani Israel prospered and progressed during their stay in Egypt. Moses (Musa) was born here. Egypt was ruled then by Coptic whose king was Pharaoh. Israel was completely under their captivity. Moses' one mission was to free Bani Israel from the bondage. When Pharaoh heard that Bani Israel are migrating from Egypt under Moses, he chased them. He was, ultimately, drowned into a river.

 Then Bani Israel descended into the Valley of Sinai. There on Mount Tur Moses was given the Ten Commandments. In Sinai Allah blessed them with Manna and Salas: shaded them with a cloud: gave twelve springs for each of twelve tribes. But when they were ordered to fight a holy war in Palestine they defied the order. As a sentence they wandered in the Valley for forty years. Moses and Aaron (Harun) died during the period. When new generation became mature they under the leadership of Yehoshua bin Nun attacked Palestine and capture. They ascended the throne. 

But, they instead of one government formed twelve regional governments. They fought with each other which gave a chance to other rulers to capture their territories. Aamalaqah’s invaded them: killed them unaccounted: destroyed their properties. They took with them the Ark of Covenant (it is a trunk that preserved the Moses’ stick, a utensil used for Manna and Salas, etc.)

 To recapture and make good their loses they called upon the Prophet Samuel. He appointed  Tala’at ruler over them. Under his command they captured Palestine back, got the Ark of Covenant. They killed Jal'ut, the ruler of Palestine. He was killed by Prophet Daud (David). Tala'ut made David his son-in-law.

 Solomon became the next ruler. He was David's son. Solomon laid the foundation of Bayt al Muqqadis. To preserve the Ark of Covenant he built the first Temple of Solomon. During his reign people learned devil magic. 

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