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Time For World Peace!

Gilor-Dov

It really is time for painful sacrifices for peace. No one wants his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren to suffer the pangs of war and strife. It is time to end the strife and make peace in the Middle East.

It is high time for the many prominent American Arabs, living in the luxury of a Democratic and free nation, to call upon their brother Arabs in the Middle East to make some painful sacrifices for world peace! Muslim and Christian Arabs from Europe, America and around the world should join together to demand that those few Palestinian Arabs stop their incessant bickering and take action for peace.

World Arab leaders should explain the reality to their Palestinian Arab brothers and invite them to join them in the many delightful countries where they have made their homes. Especially those Arabs who enjoy the freedom of America and Europe should welcome their Palestinian brothers with open arms and invite them to join them. If that is not feasible, they should suggest that the Palestinian Arabs move to Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Libya, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Afghanistan or any of the very many Muslim states.

Let the liberal, enlightened Arabs of America and Europe declare, “Come brother Arab Muslims and Christians, to Europe, America or to any of the almost one hundred Muslim countries of the world, and we will set you up, support you and celebrate your good will, as you leave the Jews to their one and only country in the world.”

Almost one hundred countries want you to come and enjoy their hospitality, while no other country, except Israel, seems to be really interested in Jews from all over the world flooding its shores. “Fellow Arabs,” they must tell them, “this charitable act of good faith will bring peace on earth and goodwill to mankind!”

It is time that the world began to enjoy peace and brotherhood and it is time for the United Nations to be able to stop being so overwhelmingly concerned about the tiny land of Israel and to start tackling the really serious concerns of the world.

It is time for the hundreds of millions of Arabs in their dozens of countries to demand that the small, insignificant band of Arabs in Israel stop their constant bickering and their agitation for war and strife. It is time for the enlightened Arab leaders of the world to start demanding that every single Arab leave the tiny land of Israel and start to migrate to the dozens of countries that would love to house them. “Do it for world peace!” American and European Arab leaders should demand: “Look at how prosperous and happy we are and how we have improved our lives by migrating away from our impoverished and ridiculous former lives in the Middle East! We have come to the beautiful and bountiful shores of the U.S., England and Europe and have improved our social and economic lives. Come join us!”

These liberal Arabs should remind their Israeli Arab brothers that the stopping of their war mongering will bring prosperity and wealth to the huge Arab populations of the world and that a small band of Israeli Arabs should not prevent real world peace that would benefit all of mankind.

Will a reasonable, liberal, emancipated Arab stand up to help his or her Arab brethren see the light of truth and justice? Isn’t it time to make peace and bring prosperity to the world? Let the stubborn Jews have their hot, dusty, resource-poor, tiny country. Fellow Arabs should be told to leave Palestine now for a better future in Europe, America, or any Arab dominated land and thereby help to bring peace and prosperity to the entire world!

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