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The Religion of Abraham & The State of Israel

The Zionist Movement has used the Bible to build its case for the establishment of the State of Israel in the Holy Land. The Bible declares that the Holy Land was given to Abraham. It goes on to declare that the divine covenant with Abraham was extended to Isaac but excluded Ishmael (peace and blessings of Allah Most High be upon them all).
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  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 108

The Zionist Movement has used the Bible to build its case for the establishment of the State of Israel in the Holy Land. The Bible declares that the Holy Land was given to Abraham. It goes on to declare that the divine covenant with Abraham was extended to Isaac but excluded Ishmael (peace and blessings of Allah Most High be upon them all). Thus the Bible delivers to Jews exclusive title over the Holy Land while Arabs, who are descended from Ishmael, have no right to that Land. Not only does the Bible give exclusive ownership rights over the Holy Land to the Jews but, in addition, it declares that the grant of the Land to them was unconditional. Regardless of whether or not they kept the Covenant with Allah Most High, the Land would still be theirs.

‘The Religion of Abraham and the State of Israel – A View from the Qur’an’ takes up the challenge of examining these Jewish claims to title over the Holy land, and uses the Qur’an extensively to demonstrate that the Bible was rewritten and corrupted. At no time, for example, did the divine grant of title to the Holy Land ever exclude the seed of Ishmael since he was never excluded from the Covenant. Secondly, the Qur’an exposes the fraudulent claim of the corrupted Bible by emphatically declaring that righteous conduct was certainly a condition for inheritance of the Holy Land.

This is a must read book for all those who wish to understand the scriptural origins of the dangerous conflict in the Holy Land that has already corrupted the whole world and is fast taking mankind to an end of history that would validate the Qur’an.