Look what they done with a tiny speck of land. Miraculous. That piece of beach, that narrow strip of land, holds no oil, gold, or any other valuable resources. It, however, holds the Jewish people. The Islamic world knows that getting control of that tiny patch of land is meaningless; it is destroying the Jewish state.
The only thing Israel has done wrong has been to give away land in a vain hope for peace and not be tough enough with the genocidal Jew-hating jihadists. If the U.S. can bomb al-Qaeda sites in Afghanistan and Pakistan, why can’t Israel bomb Hamas fighters in Gaza? Israel stands for peace, for freedom, for democracy, and for human rights. Its enemies stand for jihad and the subjugation of the kuffar, and the enslavement of women. This is not a nationalist struggle, it is a jihad, and all the people that want to be free from Islamic law should stand with Israel.
Traditionally, Judaism has taught the importance of peace, the value of study, the centrality of family life, and the necessity of benevolence. Meanwhile, Islam teaches the importance of using physical force to get what one wants, the value of brute strength, polygamy (which reduces women to commodities and destroys the family as we know it), and the necessity of being “harsh” toward the unbelievers (cf. Koran 48:29, 9:123). The Islamic jihadists, far from valuing life, love death, as they themselves say, inflict pain without remorse and lack any respect for other human beings if they are not Muslim.
Therefore the struggle for Israel is the struggle between good and evil, light and darkness, life and death. If Israel dies, one of the primary forces for good in the world will have been overcome by evil, and evil will be that much closer to taking over the world.
The conquest of Israel would indeed be nothing more than the conquest of the good. That piece of beach, that narrow strip of land, holds no oil, gold, or any other valuable resources. It, however, holds the Jewish people. The Islamic world knows that getting control of that tiny patch of land is meaningless; it is getting the Jew out that will be the victory for the forces of evil. However, if the Jew dies, the Muslims will die as well: their survival depends on their constant jihad, because without it they will lose the meaning and purpose of their existence.
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Israel ranked as eighth most powerful country in the world
World News, July 9, 2018:
An annual survey published by US News and World Report found that Israel was the eighth most powerful country in the world.
Israel was ranked as the eighth most powerful country in the world, according to a survey published Saturday by US News and World Report.
The rankings look at the influence of a nation as well as its political, economic and military power. A country’s alliances factor in as does its influence and whether the country is a leader, US News and World Report said in its description of the rankings.
The US was ranked the world’s most powerful country, followed by Russia, China, Germany, Britain, France and Japan.
Israel was ranked after Japan.
The “Most Powerful” list is part of the media organization’s annual “Best Countries” study, which evaluated 80 countries based on responses from 21,000 people.
The “Best Countries” rankings were formed in partnership with global marketing communications company Y&R’s brand strategy firm, BAV Group, and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
They are based on a survey that asked more than 21,000 people from four regions to associate 80 countries with specific attributes.
The Power subranking is based on an equally weighted average of scores from five country attributes that related to a country’s power: a leader, economically influential, politically influential, strong international alliances and strong military alliances.
The Power sub-ranking score had a 7 percent weight in the overall Best Countries ranking.
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