Author Topic: What is the Islamic perspective in Israel-Palestone conflict?  (Read 412 times)

Asifzaheer

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What is the Islamic perspective in Israel-Palestone conflict?
« on: October 22, 2019, 01:07:42 PM »
Salaam bro n sis
What is the reasons for this israel-palestine conflict?
Their Religious,historic,geographic and pilitical reasons?

Plz suggest me  some external unbiased info on this,apart from ur views.

Thanx n wasalaam.

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Re: What is the Islamic perspective in Israel-Palestone conflict?
« Reply #1 on: October 23, 2019, 05:55:54 AM »
You could research and compare the history that is out there. Today s internet is full of materials like for example:

https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=history+of+palestine%2fisrael+conflict&view=detail&mid=A823057994FA8CB10524A823057994FA8CB10524&FORM=VIRE

Checking and filtering the facts is the hardest part. Hence the need to check the past history  as far back as possible.
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Re: What is the Islamic perspective in Israel-Palestone conflict?
« Reply #2 on: October 23, 2019, 11:53:17 AM »
Peace Asifzaheer,

Read some books:

Ten Myths About Israel - Pappé, Ilan [192p]
The Ethnic Cleansing Of Palestine - Pappé, Ilan [320p]
Plowshares Into Swords - Mayor, Arno J. [432p]
The Iron Wall - Shlaim, Avi [704p]

Or anything by Norman G. Finkelstein or Noam Chomsky about this topic.

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Re: What is the Islamic perspective in Israel-Palestone conflict?
« Reply #3 on: October 24, 2019, 04:45:57 AM »
Thanx brothers

I will read definitely.

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Re: What is the Islamic perspective in Israel-Palestone conflict?
« Reply #4 on: November 02, 2019, 04:23:13 PM »
Israel vs Palestine is a subset of bigger conflict between 2 nationalism ideology in early and mid 20th century Pan Arabism vs Zionism.  Both identity attached themselves to a shaky ground of common language which then spill out to 'race'.

As in other political conflicts, there are no absolute good guy and or bad guy. Both are bad / evil in their own way. And common people / non politician on both side suffered because of it.

This is not (initially) conflict of religion / tradition as clearly evident by compatibility of christian and islam (arabism side) and judaism (zionism side). Infact the religion of islam and xtianity are derivative products of judaism. And both pan arabism and zionism are secularist nationalist ideology.

As we speak now, pan arabism is in the state of bankruptcy nobody subscribed to its ideal anymore. While zionism is still thriving in israel albeit facing a tough challenge from progressive liberalist inside israel.

Zionism now has found new allies namely saudi arabia, uae. All of them are united due to common enemy: Iran.



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Re: What is the Islamic perspective in Israel-Palestone conflict?
« Reply #5 on: December 01, 2019, 05:14:49 AM »
Salam Asif,

You may have read this already, but it covers the question you have asked:

https://free-minds.org/palestine
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Re: What is the Islamic perspective in Israel-Palestone conflict?
« Reply #6 on: December 01, 2019, 06:39:35 AM »
Yes Arabs are always wrong. They can't never be right. Their nationalis even when attacke and in their own countries is wrong but colonialis and it socuupations and expropriations of countries, such as Palestina is jusy the same as nationalism againts invasion.

¡What an abject poit of view it is like saying that rape is cause by thsa ligitimate ambition of the raped not be raped as to the legitimate ambition of the raper to rape. ¡¡Is not that great!!  An when the whole "civilisation stands behind the raper, the more so. Imperials an rapers are right because they have the force, or the might, wbat else is there to say. It is so nice and easy to prey on the defenceless and still feel good as if one were being fair...

Long live Palestine and may God help them against the slow motion genocide which is being perpetrated against them.