Dreams, dreams and more dreams

Reader comment on: Al-Qaradawi and the New Religious Conflict With Israel

Submitted by Jayson Rex, May 14, 2013 19:28

Does anyone honestly believe that there can be peace between the Jews as Israelis and the Muslims as Arabs? Western diplomacy tried for over 65 years to convince the Arab world to stop warring against the Jewish state, to no avail. And 65 more years will not change the situation, nor pacify the Islamic extremists that are bent on killing every single Jew living in Cisjordan. The Christians, even though the prime target of Islamist murderers, will have to wait patiently for their turn to be massacred by the followers of Muhammad, the inventor of Islam. The notorious al-Qaradawi on his "state visit" to Gaza was merely preaching the murder of all Israeli Jews to those that are willing to do just that - if they only could. So much for peace talks with the so-called Palestinians.

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