Islamic Scholar Shocked the Muslim World with this Speech in Al-Aqsa Mosque

by Phil Schneider

Let’s get back to the basics. The religion of Islam is around 1,500 years old. That is 500 years younger than the religion of Christianity. That is around 2,500 years younger than the religion of Judaism.

So, when did the claim to the Land of Palestine begin by Arabs? Is this a new or old claim? Haven’t Arabs been in the Middle East for thousands of years? Well, yes – Arabs have lived in the Middle East, known as the fertile crescent for many thousands of years. The main population centers for Arabs were what is today called Iraq, part of Syria, and Egypt. But there were indeed tribes of Arabs who traveled across areas such as Saudi Arabia, Jordan, today’s Israel, and as far south as Sudan and West Africa.

So, what was the status of the Land of Israel for the thousands of years since the Jewish people were forcefully kicked out during the Roman conquest 2,000 years ago? It’s actually not so complicated. Despite the ongoing small presence of Jewish people in the Land of Israel, the Land was basically an empty Land with a few pockets of hundreds of families. Jerusalem, Tiberias, and a few other places had no more than a total of tens of thousands of people, mainly Jewish – for nearly 1,900 years!

The Land was just called the Promised Land, but it did not bring forth much blessing at all – until the end of the 19th century, when the great return of the Jewish people began to pick up steam. Then, and only then, did thousands of Arabs start to move towards the Land of Israel – for some better prospects of income.

Any attempt to ascribe nationalist motivations to Arabs who moved from Syria or Saudi Arabia or Egypt into the Land of Israel is all part of the Great Lie. They were as connected to the Land of Israel as they are connected to Arabs who have moved recently to Germany or Sweden. This short video is part of the unmasking of the Great Lie.

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