A Letter to a Muslim Friend (concerning my Peace Plan)

Bilal,

Hey, I wanted to write and reiterate what I told you in the hall. I apologize for speaking on another persons land, I obviously do not know all the history and experience of your land and the people. But, I know that this issue is very important to me, and sometimes an outsider looking in – can solve a problem.

So, I gave it alot of thought about the Muslim point of view, the last couple of days,
of why would they want to agree to the aspects of my Peace Plan.

Of course, I do believe that there must be a Palestine and Jerusalem must be the capital – and you are going to have to deal with the settlers in the West Bank, unless they want to leave on their own – so, I believe the Kingdom of Jerusalem is a good idea and opening
the north Sinai as Palestine, to Gaza and Hamas, is the simplest way to give more land to
the Gazans. Hamas and Fatah can still have Jerusalem as their capital. Golan Heights goes back, the border would now be the Jordan River, a natural borderline. All of Lebonon taken, goes back.

Now, why does Israel get half the Siani?
Because, they give up the opportunity of settling the entire West Bamk – let’s be real they are not going to truly give up the West Bank, unless they get something else; and if both sides agree to make Palestine under the 1967 borders, it will ultimately be a state with no military and with other major restrictions, that are not of a regular free nation. So, I think, you understand the Israelis, they need more land, and Egypt needs a better economy – and has a bunch of land. It’s a good deal for everybody.

Including Hamas and Fatah; and the Israelis – the West Bank is 5,640 km2, the southern Sinai area is around 30,000 km2. Of course, it is desert, but with todays technologies of renewable energy, atmospheric water generators, green houses, aquaponics, bio-fuels and superfoods from algae, you can prosper in the desert – it is land – 5 times more land than the West Bank.

Egypt still retains all mineral rights to the Sinai and gets Israel back as a customer.

And the only other thing, that the Israelis want more than land, is the Third Temple.
And until it is there – there will be no peace in Jerusalem, Palestine, Israel, the Midde East, or the World. All peace comes down to the 35 acres of the Temple Mount, this is where world peace will reign.

So, I spent some time in the last couple of days, looking at Islamic prophecies, reading on al-Mahdi, and what the Qur’an says about Jesus and the second coming. I started reading the Hadith on these subjects. I have also started reading the Qur’an, I have read these surahs, so far: Al-Fatihah, Al-Baqarah, Al-‘Imran.

I understand that Imam Mahdi will come and Eye the Dome as his home, Dajjal (Antichrist, Satan) will try to rule, Israfil will blow the trumpet from a holy rock in Jerusalem to announce the Day of Resurrection. Isa (Jesus) will be in the seventh sky;
He will descend from the heavens in al-Quds at dawn. Imam Mahdi will lead the prayer and after the ruku, he will make this statement; “Allah has killed Dajjal and the Muslims have appeared.” Then Hadhrat Isa (Jesus) will lead a peaceful reign.
It is written: Isa, Son of Maryam, descends amongst you as a just ruler.

In my opinion, given these facts, as Imam Mahdi did Eye the Dome as his home,
Hadhrat Isa (Jesus) will then naturally Eye the Third Temple as his home.

And I saw thrones, and they sat upon them, and judgment was given unto them: Revelation 20:4.

In Christian and Jewish prophecy: Jesus the Messiah will be in the sky above the
Mount of Olives and walk over a bridge that spans Kidron Valley (the cemetaries, too)
and walk through the Eastern Gate and go straight into the Third Temple.

I accept that the prophecies say that peace will be settled in this manner.
I truly believe that this is the time that Muslims will lead the world to peace.
And what better time to agree to a fair deal wth the Israelis, than now.
It is a bargain from a position of equal power.

Well, I have attached my research. Thank you for discussing this issue with me.
Sorry for being so long in this email, but I just had to explain myself.

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2 Comments

  1. Isaiah unfulfilled presents a problem for all hands. Armies and armor now in motion look to making Isaiah 17 reality before end of this decade. Israel expands borders to original covenant.

    Another form of peace plan postulated by Jastrow in 1917 used railway corridor added to Hejaz (Pilgrim Railway) as a regional unifier. Using railways in the modern era fit with new methodologies of renewable energy generation lined to railway prime movers. See Christopher C. Swan’s “ELECTRIC WATER” (New Society 2007).

    Combined with Michael Ruark’s concepts, the new railway lines connect the three important sacred sites with European rail network through Turkey, and new High Speed Rail links to actual Continent Europa. Expansive settlements made possible by secure railway connectors are key element to easing overcrowded Gaza populations. Oil money is well used, applied to dedicated circulation element infrastructure… Care to apply and observe strict scriptural warnings concerning Israel’s covenant details concerning Jerusalem and original topographical outlines is important.

    Isaiah 17 now appears to be the immediate determinant; if the conflict described in this chapter does indeed occur, it will leave no doubt of the seriousness of prophecy and faithfulness of Jehovah God concerning Israel.

    1. Exodus 23:31 (KJV) And I will set thy bounds from the Red sea even unto the sea of the Philistines, and from the desert unto the river: for I will deliver the inhabitants of the land into your hand; and thou shalt drive them out before thee.

      Author’s NOTE: My Peace Plan meets these requirements: Israel would span from the Red Sea, with coasts on the Gulf of Suez, the Gulf of Aqaba and to the point of the former Sinai Peninsula, on the coast of the Red Sea. Even unto the sea of the Philistines; in the Bible, the Mediterranean Sea was also known as the “Sea of the Philistines” (Exod. 23:31), from the people occupying a large portion of its shores near the Israelites. So, Israel would continue to have a northern coast on the Mediterranean Sea. And from the desert, the desert is the Negev Desert, and now would extend to the southern-most point of the Sinai. Unto the river, unto implies north from the Negev Desert to the Jordan River. Prophecies would be fulfilled.

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