The signs of Israel’s fall

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The head of an Egyptian research center predicted that the world will see a Middle East without Israel by the year 2025.

 Muhammad al-Suruji, researched the events following September, 11th, including the defeat of the Great Middle East plan which tried to secure Israel’s safety at the hands of resistance forces in the region, and including the black days that Israel saw in 2006 after its defeat in the war against Hizbollah and Hamas’s taking military prisoners.

 Hundreds of analyses by the Israeli elite directly show that fear, which has overshadowed the Zionist society, will lead to Israel’s destruction.

 Muhammad al-Suruji added that the increase of immigration to Europe from Israel and the dislike of Jews in other countries, especially America, to migrate to Israel caused 70 percent of American Jews to shut their eyes to Israel. It is not important for them that Israel will destroyed very soon.

 The change in Palestine’s favor amongst the Arabs is also evidence that Israel’s destruction is immanent.


  1. Ed said,

    September 24, 2008 at 2:10 pm

    Egyptian liars have been predicting Israel’s downfall since 1948 and have always been wrong. Nasser predicted Israel would end in 1967. Wrong. Sadat in 1973. Wrong. Al-Suruj in 2008. Wrong.

    How will you destroy Israel? You have only talk and suicide bombers. They will all die, but Israel will remain.

    Want to help yourself to a better life? Befriend the Israelis and benefit from the relationship.

  2. abunakhli said,

    September 25, 2008 at 7:15 am

    It is only a prediction and yes, it could turn out to be false. We will see in the year 2025 if he was right or not.

    How will we destroy Israel? Well in my opinion the fall of Israel will be a result of an educational campaign – once the international community really knows what is happening in that country they will stand up and face it. I do not believe that it will be destroyed by suicide bombers – only education.

    Yes, I agree with you I probably would have a better life if I befriended the Israelis – I bet they would give me all kinds of money to propagate their ideology. But, I choose the life of the hereafter over the life of this world and am satisfied with the little that I have. Thank you for the suggestion though.

  3. Ed said,

    September 25, 2008 at 2:33 pm

    Well, let’s say you’re right, and you are able to use “education” to convice the world of your ideology. How does that lead to Israel’s destruction? Will Europe wage war against Israel? Will an “educated” America? Will the world boycott Israel? Boycotts have never destroyed nations. I’m still not sure how you will get rid of Israel.

    What if both sides agreed that each could have its own ideology within its own borders? Does your ideology allow for that???? Or does your ideology permit nothing short of destroying Israel?

  4. abunakhli said,

    September 27, 2008 at 6:12 am

    Well, for starters, Israel is completely dependant on foreign aid. If -through education- countries would start boycotting Israel then that nation would be in trouble. No war has to be faught, no blood spilt.

    I would agree to a democracy in Israel. Dismantle both governments and allow all citizens the right to vote for what type of government they want. Whatever gets voted for would be respected by me – even if that was to continue with the status quo.

  5. Milo said,

    October 11, 2008 at 11:24 am

    Well, we’ve seen how well democracy goes in the Palestinian authority, and how people respect it. The simple fact is that a government comprised of both people equally will never be able to function properly, as there are too many years of conflict between the people. So a statement that you would respect whatever gets voted for is either naive or made under false pretenses.

    Believing Israel will go away by 2025 is the worst kind of belief: it is the belief problems will solve themselves by the power of fate or “science”, rather than attempting to solve problems on your own. It is a belief that encourages suicide bombers, since if fate is predetermined, everything is legitimate.

    I wish you a long life that extends beyond 2025, and only ask that if peace is not achieved by then, you will look back at all those years you’ve longed for Israel to disappear and wonder whether anything you did toward peace was productive or based on a false hope.

    Or, you could just wake up now.

  6. abunakhli said,

    October 11, 2008 at 1:43 pm

    How has democracy gone in the PA? I’d love to hear your opinion of it.

    I’m from America, I do not know where you are from. Right now in America, we have a country comprised of people of different races who were in serious conflict with each other for longer periods of time. African-American’s were slaves for over 200 years, Native Americans were ethnically cleansed for a few hundred years as well. But, both of these races are living and participating in the political system now. Palestinians and Israelis have been at each others throats for no more than one hundred years. I think it is doable.

    Everything is not legitimate because of a belief. The belief that Israel will go away by 2015 is held by the Egyptian scholar. But, people who hold this belief can, in no way, think that they can committ whatever sins imaginable just because they believe in something. That does not make sense.

    Thank you for your comment and your prayers (that I have a long life).

  7. Milo said,

    October 31, 2008 at 11:21 pm

    I was referring to this:

    If only the conflict were 100-year old. Unfortunately it’s more than a thousand year old. You have two people who fiercely believe that this is their land, and that the right over it was given to them many years ago. The US is a blank slate. African-Americans eventually have as much part in the history of the united states as any other people in the US. There are too few native Americans nowadays to even imagine conflict, and this, as you say, is a result of cleansing. How is the US even remotely like Israel and the PA?

    I’m positively surprised that committing sins for a belief does not make sense to you. It does make sense to some people within Israel and the PA, people who have little to live for but ideology. Promising people that their ideology will prevail is exactly what encourages them to forsake their lives for that ideology.

    For whatever it’s worth, I apologize for the cynical tone in my previous message.

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