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"Little Town of Bethlehem"
Janet Levy writes:
This "documentary" purports to tell the story of the soi-dissant "Arab-Palestinian/Israeli conflict" which is rightfully called "the Arab-Muslim war against the Jews" (this is part and parcel of the Muslim war against the Christians, Hindus, Buddhists, Animists, Bahai'is, Confucians, etc.). The Oral Roberts University funded film - "Little Town of Bethlehem" - advocates a road to "peace" through non-violence. There is one little problem: If the Muslim-Palestinians put down their guns today, there would be peace tomorrow. If the Jews put down their guns today, they would be dead tomorrow."
"Little Town of Bethlehem" embraces the false narrative of peace and non-violence and ignores the 1,400 year old history of Islam and immutable Islamic ideology. It completely disregards the 1400 year old Arab Muslim war against the Jews begun by Mohammed himself at Khyber as in the Muslim death cry heard to this day, "Khyber, Khyber, ya Yahood, jesh Mohammed sofa ya'ud" or "Khyber, Khyber, oh Jews, Mohammed's Army will return." (The Saudi city of Khyber is where Mohammed attacked and enslaved its Jewish inhabitants in 628).
The Jews have made every accommodation, including suicidal ones like the expulsion of 11,000 Israelis from Gaza, and truly want peace. Yet they have been mercilessly attacked for millennia. Muslims MUST attack all non-Muslims. It is part of Islamic doctrine to destroy non-believers, who in their unbelief of what has been "revealed," are at war with Islam. There is a de rigueur perpetual war between the Dar-al-Harb and the Dar al-Islam.