"Allah Gave Israel to The Jews, There's No Palestine"

Allah has promised Israel to the Jews -- so says Sheikh Ahmad Adwan, a Muslim scholar living in Jordan, who declared on his Facebook page recently that "Palestine" doesn't exist.

Blogger Elder of Ziyon translated Arab news sources that this Saturday reported on Adwan's statements, in which he quotes the Koran saying Allah assigned Israel to the Jews until the Day of Judgement (Sura 5 Verse 21), and that Jews are the inheritors of Israel (Sura 26 Verse 59).

Honest man, indeed it is written so.
[Koran Sura 5:21]  "O my people! Enter the holy land, which Allah has assigned to you, and turn not back (in flight) for then you will be returned as losers."

[Koran Surah 26:59] Thus [We turned them (Pharaoh's people) out] and We caused the Children of Israel to inherit them. 

Note: "Allah" is the Arabic derivative of the Hebrew (God) Elohim, El or Al. [End]   

"I say to those who distort...the Koran: from where did you bring the name Palestine, you liars, you accursed, when Allah has already named it 'The Holy Land' and bequeathed it to the Children of Israel until the Day of Judgment," argued Adwan. "There is no such thing as 'Palestine' in the Koran."

"Your demand for the Land of Israel is a falsehood and it constitutes an attack on the Koran, on the Jews and their land. Therefore you won't succeed, and Allah will fail you and humiliate you, because Allah is the one who will protect them (i.e. the Jews)," warns Adwan.

The sheikh had more harsh words for the "Palestinians," calling them "the killers of children, the elderly and women" in using them as human shields in order to falsely accuse the Jews of targeting them. He reports having seen the same tactic used by "Palestinians" against the Jordanian army in the 1970s.

"This is their habit and custom, their viciousness, their having hearts of stones towards their children, and their lying to public opinion, in order to get its support," declared Adwan.

Adwan has previously said his support for the Jewish people "comes from my acknowledgment of their sovereignty on their land and my belief in the Koran, which told us and emphasized this in many places, like His (Allah's) saying "Oh People (i.e the Children of Israel), enter the Holy Land which Allah has assigned unto you'" (Sura 5, Verse 21).

The Jews are a peaceful people according to Adwan, who says "if they are attacked, they defend themselves while causing as little damage to the attackers as possible. It is an honor for them that Allah has chosen them over the worlds - meaning over the people and the Jinns (spiritual creatures) until the Day of Judgment. ...When Allah chose them, He didn't do so out of politeness, and He wasn't unjust to other peoples, it is just that they (the Jews) deserved this."

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Islam as a religion emerged about 600 years after Christ. Islam posed, and still poses, a major challenge to Christianity. History shows that wars between Christians and Muslims were frequent and lengthy. Judaism as a religion emerged shortly after Cyrus the king of Persia, Ezra, Nehemiah and the after the second temple period.

The need for an official Jewish religion arose shortly before Rome. The Maccabees scored some victories over Greece, which was at the sunset of its rule; and Rome respectfully allotted to the victors the Temple Mount as an autonomous center of Judaism. The entire area of today’s Western Wall belonged to the Jews for Judeans after Persia were called so.

The Hasmoneans (Maccabees) appointed a body of Prusheem (Pharisees) and their job was to proselytize and teach people Judaism, which at that time was still in diapers, barely formulated.  To this very day Judaism does not have an official theology, as that of the Catholic creed, which was formulated some 300 years later A.D. under Constantine.

Furthermore it must be said that when Jesus arrived on the scene, proselytizing was at its peak. Anyone claiming to have some Jewish or Israelite lineage, and was willing to convert, was circumcised and had to learn the Torah according to the Pharisaic interpretations. During that time two prominent rabbis, Shamai and Hillel, were quite influential in the formulation of the Jewish thought. Another cast of Sadducees arose, Zealots and Essenes. Jesus seemed to have started a new movement, which later in the year 42 A.D. was coined as Christian.     

Hellenization of Jews was not so much with the sword but rather with the weapon called thought. After the Maccabees rebelled against this (Hellenization) process it was almost too late, for most Jews were already quite disoriented.

In view of the above, the necessity to De-Hellenize them was indeed great. Among the many converts many of the Pharisees were not even Jewish by blood, but by religion only. Their ideas were mixed with Greek mythology and philosophy of which remnants have remained to this day. Largely, the Church has inherited many of the pluralistic and dualistic ideas with which it is very difficult to part. Why? – Because of pride, to put it flatly and simply. And this statement begs for explanation.

Anything living moves for “In Him we live and move…” (Acts 17:28). Life creates movement. God is moving by creating new things and giving us the fresh and living new wine. But the well-established man’s dogmas remain frozen.  It seems that man has decided that there is nothing new under the heavens, as if—when it comes to the life-giver our Heavenly Father—the human mind lies in a coffin ready to be buried. 

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