Expel Arabs for Peace!

Re: West Bank Dictionary

Johan van den Berg:
“When God promised the land to His people He put up a few conditions (cf. Jer. 7:1-8 a.o.). Those have to be met first, before any Jew can claim any part of the Holy Land.”

What “conditions” do the covetous Ishmaelites and murderous Arabs have to fulfill to occupy dismembered parts of the Jewish homeland or to squat in the Promised Land of Israel? Even their accursed Koran acknowledges it’s the Promised Land of Israel. When will they act like it and return to their many Arab countries of origin and leave Israel alone to live in peace?

The Twelve Tribes of Israel were far from perfect when God first brough them into the former land of the Canaanites and they were warned to keep it they would have to live holy lives.

In these latter days of civilization as we know it, God has brought back Judah first to His Land and calls upon them to live holy lives in His holy land promised to Israel (not Ishmael). He didn’t demand perfection before their restoration, but foretold restoration to the Land and then repentance within it: “For I will take you from the nations, gather you from all the lands and bring you into your own land. 25 “Then I will sprinkle clean water on you, and you will be clean; I will cleanse you from all your filthiness and from all your idols” – Ezekiel 24.

Part of the process of redemption, part of loving and obeying God, of leading holy lives in the holy Land of Israel, is to remember the Law of Moses and enforce peace through strength.

We shouldn’t vainly attempt to be more righteous than God, or seek peace with those who are sworn enemies, after they’ve rejected every offer of biblical peace.

We should submit to the Word and Will of God and encourage the Jews to acknowledge Meir Kahane was right when he reminded the nation of what must be done: THEY MUST GO.

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