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The Lost Ten Tribes of Israel
according to the Book of Genesis
Biblical Prophecy Predicted that the Lost Tribes of Israel would be found amongst Western Nations.
Biblical Verses analysed in the light of the Hebrew language, Rabbinical Commentary, and Historical Reality.
A valuable educational, inspirational, and enjoyable work
I was wondering what your thoughts might be about the below link on Brit Am
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3559045,00.html which seems to suggest that most (admittedly Israeli Palestinians) Arabs in Israel would rather live in the existing Jewish state than any other; which means therefore any of their surrounding Muslim neighbour states. And I was wondering how your thoughts on this article ( do you believe the findings?) might relate to Brit Am's stated desire to see the Palestians forceably expelled from Eretz Israel? That is if I understand Brit Am correctly. To be frank, as a Christian, I cannot help having deep personal and moral problems and reservations about this position, given that my God commands me to love all people, not just Israelites.
Another thing. Do you think that The Christian Palestinians in The West Bank are significantly any less hostile to The Sate of Israel than the Muslim Palestinians? Have any noteworthy studies been done on this question?
Best Wishes and enjoy the summer
"Israel's Purging of Palestinian Christians" by Jonathan CookDespite the above, most Christian Palestinians nowadays clearly prefer Jews if only because they remain wealthier and much much healthier when Jews are around.
##Inside Israel, for example, Christians have been the backbone of the Communist party, the only non-Zionist party Israel allowed for several decades. Many of the Palestinian artists and intellectuals who are most critical of Israel are Christians, including the late novelist Emile Habibi; the writer Anton Shammas and film-makers Elia Suleiman and Hany Abu Assad (all now living in exile); and the journalist Antoine Shalhat (who, for reasons unknown, has been placed under a loose house arrest, unable to leave Israel).
##The most notorious Palestinian nationalist politician inside Israel is Azmi Bishara, yet another Christian, who has been put on trial and is regularly abused by his colleagues in the Knesset.
##Similarly, Christians have been at the core of the wider secular Palestinian national movement, helping to define its struggle. They range from exiled professors such as the late Edward Said to human rights activists in the occupied territories such as Raja Shehadeh. The founders of the most militant wings of the national movement, the Democratic and Popular Fronts for the Liberation of Palestine, were Nayif Hawatmeh and George Habash, both Christians.