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By Mohammed/Moses bin Abraham


Abraham was the father of two sons, Ismael, and Isaac


From Ismael came Mohammed and from Isaac came Moses

Arabs and Jews descend from the same ancestors


Abraham is the common patriarch to two great peoples, Arabs, and Jews, and to the Abrahamic religions, Islam and Judaism. The book of Genesis recounts the story of Abraham and his two sons. His first son Ishmael was born to his wife’s handmaiden Hagar. Isaac, Abraham’s second son was born to his wife Sarah. It is from the lineage of Abraham’s sons through which all Arabs and Jews descend.


According to Genesis, Ishmael had 12 sons who became great rulers and settled in the area from Havilah to Shur, opposite Egypt in the direction of Assyria. This would place them in the modern-day Arabian Peninsula. (Gen 25:18). Thus, modern-day Arabs are descendants of the collection of Arab tribes known as the Ishmaelites. Ishmael is recognized by Muslims as the ancestor of several northern prominent Arab tribes and the forefather of Adnan, the ancestor of the Prophet Muhammad, through whom came the religion of Islam.


Jacob, whose name was changed to Israel was the son of Isaac and the grandson of Abraham. Jacob also had 12 sons from which descend the 12 tribes of Israel. From those 12 tribes came many prominent people including the Prophet Moses, King David, and his son King Solomon. Jesus was a descendant of David, who was a descendant of Judah who was one of the sons of Jacob.


Abraham is both the father of the Jews and the father of the Arabs.


The facts are clear; current two-state solution proposals are all destined to fail


Peace will only work if Israel and Palestine agree to a Palestinian state run by an independent administration with zero Israeli involvement; without it all peace treaty efforts will fail


It is better to have a good neighbor than a distant friend. Today, Israel does not have a single good neighbor in the region, instead they are surrounded by Arab States that hate them. The United States and Europe are Israel’s distant friends. Time is no longer on Israel and Palestine’s sides. They must reach a lasting peace agreement, or they will continue destroying each other.


Israel and the world must denounce the radical Zionism, and illegal settlers must return the land they stole from the Palestinians by force. Israel can no longer hold Palestinians captive with their self-serving military rule. Public opinion is changing as the world watches the indiscriminate and relentless daily bombardment of civilian targets. Children are children whether they are Palestinian or Israeli! The horrible cowards of Hamas are using civilians as shields. Israel must find some type of alternative.


Israel and the world should not and will not tolerate the tactics nor the existence of evil Hamas terrorists. The world must stand up against Hamas and support Israel in the eradication of every Hamas terrorist for the atrocities they committed on October 7th, raping of women, burning of children, taking elderly, beating young men to death, and killing innocent Israeli civilians in cold blood. They deserve to be destroyed. Why would US Representative Pramila Jaypal twice hedge her condemnation of Hamas terrorists raping Israeli women during an interview on Sunday 29 of November with Dana Bash? She should step down immediately.


Israel will never allow a Palestinian State that could bring back Hamas, or any similar faction, and they do not trust Mahmoud Abbas’s weak government to govern the new Palestinian State. Israel could conceivably be persuaded to accept a two-state solution if it is run by an independent administration. It is to their advantage to achieve lasting peace once and for all with Palestine and their Arab Neighbors. If Israel is planning to take control of Gaza after it destroy Hamas, within months Hamas will be reborn stronger, more determined, and peace will never be achieved.

Today’s terrorism is partly the result of 75 years of mishandled foreign policy by some past US and European leaders

Unless world leaders change strategy and take a pragmatic approach terrorism will continue to breed more terrorism

The lack of leadership and determination by the west to correctly deal with the Israeli-Palestinian problem is partly responsible for the current mess in the region. The mishandling of the issue over the past 75 years since the 1948 establishment of Israeli statehood by the United Nations has resulted in the proliferation of terrorism throughout the region. Many of those terrorist groups sprung from the vacuum of leadership and in response to a Palestinian land grab by some Zionists. If Palestinians do not get their own state independent of Israel, terrorism in the region will likely never cease. Without the right solution we will continue on the same path resulting in countless and senseless deaths, injuries, destruction and continued hatred for decades to come.

Terrorist groups are thriving and growing because of the unresolved Palestinian problem. Western leaders need to solve this problem once and for all and rid themselves and the world of terrorist organizations like the ones listed below:


We must learn lessons from history and the previous failed policies in dealing with the Middle East. The west suffered failure in Iraq, in Libya, in Syria, and a devastatingly humiliating failure in Afghanistan. Its time to take a different approach. The west needs to leave Egypt alone or they will fail miserably once again.

Only an independent administration can make a two-state solution work


The new State of Palestine must declare neutrality if they are to have a chance!


The best way forward is to implement a two-state solution governed by an independent administration to act as the Palestinian government, not the old Palestinian run state.

The new Palestinian State must formally declare neutrality and cannot have their own military. Their security would be guaranteed by a coalition of the United States, Russia, France, and Germany. Having this type of international security would also indirectly provide Israel with security. All actions trigger consequences. Far too much suffering has already been inflicted in the region, and the biggest toll has been on the heads of helpless children and innocent mothers and fathers.

My proposal is for a new government to be put in place, comprised of nine independent appointees from a variety of regions. Each appointee will oversee a specific ministry, with a chairman acting as a Prime Minister type figure. The administration will serve for a period of six years, after which new appointees will be named to each position. The administration could be appointed using the following format.

European Union will appoint the Chairman, and the following countries will each designate one appointee:


·       European Union (Chairman)

·       United States (reconstruction)

·       Russia (Technology)

·       Saudi Arabia 

·       France (Interior ministry, foreign legion police training)

·       Kuwait

·       Palestine 

·       Brazil (potentially Ministry of Agriculture)

·       World Bank (to serve as Minister of Finance)


This administrative body will vote on all initiatives and proposals needing only a simple majority to advance.


Give the Palestinians six years to introduce a constitution, and establish themselves as a peaceful nation


During the first six years of the independent administration, Palestinian scholars, lawyers, and dignitaries will be entrusted with developing a constitution that confirms the neutrality of Palestine and establishes their new state as a nation that respects the basic human rights of all its citizens and the entire world. The constitution will need to be ratified by the independent governing body and the four-country coalition. At that time, Palestine can nominate candidates to run for election to replace the nine independent administrators.


Neither Fattah, Hamas, nor any other violent terrorist factions will be permitted to participate in the elections or in Palestinian governance. The Palestinian people will choose their nominees from among their own countrymen or from representatives of the eight outsider countries. Once elected, they will serve for a term of 6 years and will swear an oath of office to uphold their constitution.


All Middle East countries and the Gulf States must recognize by now that as long as groups like Hamas, Hezbollah, ISIS, and Mujahedeen exist they will never achieve peace, and their political futures will always be at risk. Arab nations and Israel must once and for all achieve lasting peace in Palestine and rid themselves of all evil and self-serving groups. For lasting peace to be achieved Hamas and Hezbollah must be taken out. Before Hezbollah took over Lebanon and filled the country with Palestinian refugee camps, it was an Oasis. Today, Lebanon is a disaster.


The current two-state solution proposals will never work; Palestinians must hand over governance to an independent administration 


A New Palestinian State must declare neutrality in order to achieve lasting peace and prosperity for its people


Enough wars, enough hate, enough death, enough missiles, enough dropping of bombs, enough misery; it’s time for LASTING PEACE


We need a balanced and impartial approach if we are ever to achieve lasting peace in the Middle East. The solution must be neutral and cannot come down on the side of Israel or Palestine. In my opinion, much of the blame for the decades of unrest could be attributed to the British and the United Nations for not giving the Palestinians their own separate state back in 1948.


Today’s hatred has been fueled by the continuous exclusion of Palestinians in the region. Removing them from their land, forcing them to reside in land settlements, and keeping them landlocked under Israel’s overall control has led to the current unrestful situation. There is no excuse for the atrocities committed by Hamas and other factions, and their killing of innocent Israelis and taking helpless women, children, and elderly citizens hostage. These evil and cruel acts of terror are unjustifiable and reprehensible. Violence only begets more violence.

Much of the violence we have seen over the past 70 years could have been avoided had Britain simply dealt with this issue prior to 1948.

Issued at Tel Aviv on May 14, 1948 (5th of Iyar, 5708)

The Declaration of the Establishment of the State of Israel


“The Land of Israel was the birthplace of the Jewish people. Here their spiritual, religious and political identity was shaped. Here they first attained to statehood, created cultural values of national and universal significance and gave to the world the eternal Book of Books.”.

Egypt has a very important role to play


I purposely kept Egypt exempt from participation in my proposal. Their strong Egyptian President El-Sisi must decide the right time for Egypt to get involved. The timing will depend on the nine participating members negotiating Egypt’s contribution in order to make the independent administration’s mission a success. Europe and the United States are finally realizing that President El-Sisi is a man who can deliver, and they will need his support to achieve a peaceful solution. Without Egypt, the two-state solution will fail.

President El-Sisi is the catalyst for peace in Palestine. Western ideological dreamers who want Egypt to fail in order to move Palestine to Sinai do not understand the geopolitical disadvantages such idiotic thoughts could cause to the United States and Europe. I hope President El-Sisi will have resounding election success this coming week, Egypt can only get stronger economically, militarily, and socially under his leadership.


Peace between Palestine and Israel will never be achieved with just a simple two-state solution

Hamas must be destroyed and President Abbas’ government must be dismantled


For decades the Middle East has been the world’s epicenter of conflict and unrest, leaving behind a long trail of failed peace treaties. Today, the stakes could not be higher. Unless lasting peace in the Middle East is achieved, we could be headed for nuclear world war. Every country, including Israel, has the right to defend themselves. 

What will happen if one day all Arab nations align themselves against Israel? The Israelis will have no option but to launch a targeted nuclear attack, which would start the destruction of the Middle East and usher in World War III. My concern is that we may be inching closer to potentially seeing Israel take a controlled nuclear offensive action against Hezbollah in Lebanon and possibly Iran.

Understandably, Egypt does not want to see the Palestinians move to Sinai and establish a stronghold there. The unrealistic dream of some Western Leaders to force Egypt to accommodate a new Palestinian State in Sinai will never be accepted by Egypt’s strong President Abdel Fattah El Sisi. He has made it clear that not one inch of Egypt will be given up.


The top priority is to achieve lasting peace between the Palestinians and Israelis


Every Palestinian and Israeli wants an opportunity to live in peace, to work and provide for their family. No one living within Palestine wants to be under the continuous threat of war and violence. Every man wants to provide for a good life for his family, have a job, food, clean water, medical care, education, and be happy. Only power-hungry, evil leaders want wars.


Achieving peace and providing freedom is the only solution that could ever give the Palestinian people an opportunity to live in prosperity. Now is the time to seize the moment and put an end to these wars once and for all. Implementing independent Palestinian Administrative Governance is the only way to lasting peace. Without a lasting peace solution, the people of the region are doomed to continue living their lives under the threat of constant war and violence, always surrounded by death, injury, and misery from all sides. The decades-long conflict has cost the Arab world trillions of dollars over the years and has led to perpetual political instability. Similarly, the United States and Europe have also paid a steep price.


Enough is enough! The Arabs have paid a heavy price for failing Palestinian governments and factions 


History has proven enemies can become close allies

For decades, Arab nations have supported and financed Palestine without a clear objective. Corrupt Palestinian leaders took their money and kept on asking for more. This endless stream of funds must be stopped and replaced with a lasting peace agreement. Despite the deep-rooted hatred each side has for the other, peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians can be achieved, but it can only be achieved if it is pushed by Arab states, the United States, the European Union, and the world.


On August 6,1945 the United States dropped two nuclear bombs that were a direct result of research done under the name “the Manhattan Project.” One of the bombs, called Little Boy was dropped on Hiroshima, and the second one, named Fat man on Nagasaki. Never before had nuclear bombs been deployed in war. Today, Japan and the United States are best of friends and close allies.


Yes, Germany was the enemy of its European neighbors during the first and second world wars, with the United States joining in against them. Today, Germany is a close ally with its European neighbors, and a leading member of the European Union. Even the United has military bases in Germany. 


Similarly, Middle East peace can only be achieved if Israel and Palestine are forced to come to the table with a plan for a fair two-state solution run by an independent administration.


Internet media propaganda is turning the rising generation into stupid, lazy, less independent, idealists who lack an understanding of truth


Anyone who speaks truth will be ridiculed, demeaned, and labeled an “Enemy of the State” by the fake news media and biased social media outlets


Lies propagated through the use of the internet and technology are making the world an uglier and more miserable place


One of the big internet lies being spread today is that the October 7th attack by Hamas was orchestrated by Israelis, some even saying that no innocent women and children were killed or taken hostage. That it was all a ruse. Not only are those allegations ridiculous and nonsensical, but they are also evil and highly insulting.


No one can support the indiscriminate killing of innocent civilians. We are all fed up with human destruction on both sides. As the world watched dozens of Israeli hostages being released, millions of Palestinian supporters were spreading hurtful lies and misinformation declaring that it was staged. 


No decent human being can support the people who did so much evil on October 7th. Those who support the groups who we watched commit unthinkable acts against so many innocent people, including women, small children, and the elderly should have their citizenships revoked. Immigrants to the west who back terrorist groups like Hamas should be sent back to their countries. Those who seek refuge and asylum in the west should pledge their loyalty and allegiance to the country that took them in, not the hell hole they escaped from and left behind.


Deep rooted antisemitism and hatred of Jews has been exposed in the U.S., Canada, and Europe


The October 7th attacks by Hamas has exposed deep rooted antisemitism throughout the western world. Jewish university students have been the target of angry protests and attacks. Antisemitic incidents on university campuses in the United States have risen sharply in recent months and Jewish students are feeling threatened. Antisemitic incidents in the US increased 400 per cent since the October 7 Hamas attack, according to the Anti-Defamation League, a New York-based Jewish advocacy group.


Harvard, MIT and UPenn have become educational indoctrination centers for leftist, and socialist ideology

Their boards should resign in disgrace and foreign countries should be barred from donations to universities

Hedge fund billionaire Bill Ackman called for the presidents of Harvard, MIT and the University of Pennsylvania to “resign in disgrace,” citing disgust with their testimony. I join him in his call and would add that not only the presidents resign, but also their entire boards of trustees. Those once great and elite institutions have become rotten to the core and need to be gutted.

At a House hearing on antisemitism on college campuses, not a single one the school leaders explicitly said that calling for the genocide of Jews would necessarily violate their code of conduct. Instead, they explained it would depend on the circumstances and conduct. Politicians and business leaders voiced their outrage. In a post on X, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla tweeted that he was “ashamed” to hear the testimony, calling it “one of the most despicable moments in the history of US academia.”


Perhaps the reason we have seen such rampant antisemitism on display is because Arab countries are donating billions of dollars to American universities. A new report states that over 200 US universities including elite institutions Carnegie Mellon, Cornell, Harvard and Massachusetts Institute of Technology have been accused of raking in $13 billion in “undocumented contributions from foreign governments.”


The authors of the report state in in its conclusion it: “Raises the sobering possibility that international actors are using undisclosed channels to funnel large amounts of money into college campuses (including elite institutions that often have outsized influence on American culture and politics) for purposes harmful to the democratic norms of pluralism, tolerance, and freedom.”

We need a congressional inquiry into these leftist universities and colleges that celebrate and encourage antisemitism. They do not educate; they indoctrinate their ideologies.  Congress should pass a law making it illegal for foreign countries t make donations to American universities.


Judaism is not the same as Zionism, Israeli settlers should not be able to take over Palestinian land


Zionism is a nationalist movement that should be outlawed by the United Nations

Two of the Ten Commandments: “Thou shalt not kill” and “Thou shalt not steal”


Judaism is a peaceful religion. For hundreds of years before the advent of Zionism, Jews, Arabs, and Christians peacefully coexisted. Zionism is a nationalist movement that has hijacked the religion of Judaism. Some Zionist settlers have forcibly stolen Palestinian land, in some cases killing Palestinians alleging self-defense while claiming the land was designated to them by God.


Some historians believe that an increasingly tense atmosphere between Jews and Europeans may have triggered the Zionism movement....

Persecuted Jews who were struggling to salvage their identity began promoting the idea of returning to their homeland and restoring a Jewish culture there....

Modern Zionism was officially established as a political organization by Theodor Herzl in 1897. A Jewish journalist and political activist from Austria, Herzl believed that the Jewish population couldn’t survive if it didn’t have a nation of its own.

A Zionist land grab dream from the Euphrates to the Nile will become their nightmare and cause irreversible destruction


The dream land grab for Zionists reaches from the Euphrates to the Nile, covering parts of Southern Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Palestine, Israel, Egypt and into parts of Turkey and Iran. Before Zionism, Palestinians and Jews lived side by side in peace for centuries. The only way Israel could ever achieve a peaceful resolution would be through the use of a nuclear attack, which would also destroy Israel. Simply put, Zionism has no place in any peace negotiations; it must be denounced by the United Nations.


Both Jews and Arabs have claimed Israel as their own. From a purely historical perspective, “Israel” predates “Palestine” by more than a millennium (1000 years) But, with the Jewish people then dispersed from their homeland, “Palestine” became home to a substantial Arab population, also for more than a millennium. It is a very difficult situation because both sides can make a valid claim for the real estate over which they are fighting. It would be like Native American Indians reclaiming the United States territory that once belonged to them and ordering all the descendants of European and South American settlers out after 500 years.


Hamas ideology is growing throughout the United States, Europe, and the Middle East; it is destructive


Rallying in the West for Hamas is rallying for terrorism and genocide


Withdraw their citizenship, send them back


Sadly, Hamas ideology is here to stay; it’s a numbers game and the right two-state solution is the only way to overcome evil Hamas ideology


If this current Palestinian/Israeli conflict is not brought to a swift resolution and lasting peace is not achieved through a two-state solution, the hate filled Hamas ideology will continue to permeate through society and may even be officially adopted by some countries. It is not far-fetched when you to take into account that over the past several years millions of Arab refugees have migrated into Europe, especially in Germany, France, and Britain. Recently, London was overrun by over 300,000 pro-Palestinian protestors shouting, “Death to Jews,” igniting green smoke into the air, and targeting Jewish families leaving a synagogue. The support for Hamas is already present. If they turnout at the ballot box, they can adopt Hamas ideology as law. We are now witnessing today's politicians choose the side with the largest number of votes. For the most part they are self-serving and have zero conscience.


The United States, Europe and Middle East internal security will always be at risk as long as the proposals for two- state solutions are linked in any way to Israel or Hamas


As long as Israel has anything to do with a two-state solution, Palestine will continue to breed terrorists. Palestinian hatred towards Israel will continue to grow so long as they remain oppressed and have their land confiscated by these evil settlers. It is precisely that hatred has resulted in the formation of terrorist groups like ISIS, Hamas, Hezbollah, Mujahedeen, and other Islamic extremists and jihadists.


Are we headed for a nuclear strike by Israel?


The ramifications of not achieving Middle East peace could be dire. If Arab countries and in particular Egypt were to unite in war against Israel, the Israelis would not be able to defend themselves by conventional means. Their only option at that point would be to initiate a limited and targeted nuclear attack. Such a nuclear initiation could trigger a devastating world war. Achieving a lasting solution for peace in the region is non-negotiable. It must be accomplished.


Warning: other topics, being truthful is the only solution to peace.

Russia has won against Ukraine, United States, and Europe; let’s not repeat the same Palestinian mistake

Return Odessa and Crimea to where they belonged in the first place, Russia

Stop interfering in Russian politics

Putin is doing a good job; Western style Democracy will not work in Russia

Europe must find a peaceful solution with Russia; they cannot afford to support a prolonged war in Ukraine. It’s a matter of time before their economy begins to crack.

All the billions of dollars the United States and Europe have poured into Ukraine have provided zero positive results. Voters are fed-up. They are tired of supporting a lost cause and a corrupt Ukrainian government.

How many of these billions have ended up in the bank accounts of President Zelensky, his wife, his family and his ministers? They must undergo an independent audit to account for all of the monies they have received. Ukraine, NATO, United States, Europe, and others made a major mistake which has had grave consequences by supporting and encouraging this idiot President Zelensky in his threats to place nuclear missiles on the Ukrainian/Russian border.

Remember how President John F. Kennedy handled the Cuban missile crisis. Russia was planning to place missiles in Cuba, 90 miles off the coast of the United States, as opposed to Ukraine’s plan to place nuclear missiles directly on the Russian border.

On October 22, 1962, after extensive consultation with his foreign policy and military advisers, Kennedy put a blockade around Cuba. The two sides stood on the brink of nuclear war, but six days later Khrushchev capitulated, and the missiles were dismantled. In return, Kennedy disbanded its own missile sites in Turkey.

President Putin was one hundred percent correct in the action he took against Ukraine. He is a true nationalist president who was protecting his people.

The Republic of Crimea is a republic of Russia, comprising most of the Crimean Peninsula. Crimea became part of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic on 18 October 1921 as the Crimean Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. The Russian SFSR founded the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in 1922, with the Crimean ASSR retaining a degree of nominal autonomy and run as a Crimean Tatar enclave.

A colony from ancient Greece may have occupied the site of the city once, and Crimean Tatars traded there in the 14th century. Odessa itself was founded in 1794 as a Russian naval fortress on territory annexed from Turkey in 1792. By the early 19th century, the Russian settlement had become an important grain port.


History shows that great leaders of peace can emerge from one-time enemies


The only way to guarantee Israel’s survival amongst the Arab states is a create a successful and independent Palestine


Menachem Begin, Anti-Zionist, was the corecipient, with Egyptian Pres. Anwar al-Sadat, of the 1978 Nobel Prize for Peace for their achievement of a peace treaty between Israel and Egypt that was formally signed in 1979. (Read Britannica's 1980 interview with Anwar Sadat.) Begin received a law degree from the University of Warsaw in 1935. Anwar Sadat was not just a peacemaker; he was loved by his people who knew that without peace they could never achieve prosperity.


Yitzak Rabin, Anti-Zionist, cosigner of the Oslo Accords, assassinated on November 4, 1995


The assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin was the culmination of an anti-violence rally in support of the Oslo peace process.

Although the Oslo Accords did not explicitly endorse a two-state solution, they did create self-governing institutions in the West Bank and Gaza, and as such have been interpreted as anticipating a two-state future.


The Biden Administration needs to play an important and constructive role to help find a solution


The free world seems to be getting smaller every day. That is why the United States should take the lead in Middle East peace negotiations. I invite American President Joe Biden to take the role of peacemaker and help enact a two-state solution through an independent administration. Making peace among enemies is the desired legacy every U.S. president wishes to leave behind. I ask Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to follow in the footsteps of his great peace-making predecessors, Menachem Begin and Yitzak Rabin. There has been far too much suffering, killing and misery for both peoples.

As long as groups like Hamas, Hezbollah, and ISIS exist, Middle Eastern and Arab Gulf State governments, including Qatar will be at risk


If peace is not achieved between Palestine and Israel, I predict there will be serious security problems among Arab nations in the near future. The Oil-rich Arab states of the Persian Gulf are the ones most likely to pay a big price by the actions of Iran and their cohorts, who will pull out all the stops to topple their governments. Iran does not want peace for the Arabs; they want to take over their neighbors by using their inside factions to further destabilize the region.


One of the more dangerous developments in the Middle East is the rise of popular support of Hamas by Qataris. Not only does Qatar provide financial support for Hamas, but they also provide a headquarters for Hamas leadership. Do not be surprised if we learn one day of a secret plot afoot by Hamas to overthrow the current Qatari government and replace them with leaders that are friendlier to their terrorist organization.


Western style democracy is death for Middle-East Arab countries; it has already proven to be destructive


My advice to Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, and the Arab Gulf region nationals is to appreciate how well off they are under their present leaders. Western style democracy has failed among the Arab nations and has proven not to work in those countries. They need to learn from the disasters of Libya, Iraq, Syria, and others etc. 


Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, and UAE are providing their people with a standard of living some western nations can only dream of achieving. They must protect themselves from outside lies and internet-driven propaganda aimed at spreading misinformation.


Look at the economic transformation Saudi Arabia is going through. They have realized unbelievable progress under Mohamed bin Salman. Today the UAE and their great political leaders are the envy of the world. My message to their nationals is that they are fortunate to have their current leaders. They should appreciate them and give them their full support. Egyptian President El-Sisi is their only true, militarily strong, and loyal friend. President el-Sisi has created a new forward-looking Egypt in all aspects. Give him just five more years and Egypt ‘s successes will be the envy of the world.


Did North Korea help build the Hamas tunnels, and should South Korea and America be concerned?

Are the rumors true that North Korean engineers assisted Hamas leadership in the planning and building of these sophisticated tunnels? If so, South Korea must be very careful and thoroughly examine the over 500 km of tunnels already in place from North Korea to South Korea.


The North Korean leader will do anything he can to hold on to and increase his power. Kim Jong Un is already planning to invade South Korea. The murderous North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is a horrible dictator with no limits to his evil. He is responsible for a long list of horrors and crimes against humanity. He even ordered the executions of the entire family of the uncle he had killed earlier, including women, children and the country’s ambassadors to Cuba and Malaysia, according to a new report. Using the extensive tunnel systems he built would significantly shorten the distance between Pyongyang and Seoul, a three-hour drive of about 238 km. The South Koreans must plan to destroy the tunnels with napalm gas rather than flood them, Flooding the tunnels would harm the environment by causing damage to the soil and aquifers.

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