Why No Seperate State For Palestine

Early History of the Jewish and Palestinian Peoples     “In the book of Genesis, the Bible foreshadowed the conflict over land between the Jews and Palestinians.  Ishmael was the son of Abraham and maid of his wife Sarah while Isaac was born to Abraham and Sarah.  God promised land to both sons, specifically telling Abraham after he forced Ishmael and Hagar into the wilderness, “And I will make a nation of the son of the slave woman also, because he is your offspring.”  Ishmael’s 12 sons became the founders of Ishmaelite tribes that spread from Egypt to what is today Iraq.  Many modern Arabs recognize they are the descendants of Ishmael, while the Jews and the rest of the Israelites are descendants of Isaac.  Hence, the earliest references to conflicting legitimate rights to these Middle Eastern lands were established.”

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3 thoughts on “Why No Seperate State For Palestine

  1. I love your blog.. very nice colors & theme. Did you create this website yourself or did you hire someone to do it for you?
    Plz answer back as I’m looking to create my own blog and would like to
    know where u got this from. appreciate it

    • Dear Kevin Horniman: March 14, 2015

      I had created the website myself, thank you for the compliment. I was very happy to hear from you. Did you see my post to President Barack Obama to issue a Historic Second Emancipation Proclamation? If you click on the link in that post, you will be connected to Change.org, where you could petition the President Barack Obama to stop all forms of solitary confinement. I would appreciate if you would petition the president.

      I could direct you to a tutorial website that had been published by my friend, Amanda is a lovely and charming girl who had graduated from North Carolina University living in Connecticut. I want to contact her first, I am sure she won’t object. I am in Central Florida on business, therefore I have to send her an email. I will get back to you on Monday, March 16, 2015. I could also put you in contact with her or you could call me at your convenience. Sorry I didn’t respond sooner.

      Thank you Kevin. Very truly yours FD Palumbo, P O Box 418, Easton, Conn 06612 (203)-293-3807

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