<quoted text> You are right! After all they said that they are entitled to the land from the Nile to the Euphratus which was given by the Lord to Abraham. As far as the eye can see...said the Lord! Old man Abraham who did not have glasses and was living in the hills of Judea could see both the Nile and the Euphratus from his doorstep. It is another miracle in the Holy Hoax saga...Personnally , I would not be against giving Israel more land, the whole Sinai for example, but PROVIDING THAT ALL 30 MILLIONS JEWS IN THE WORLD GO SETTLE THERE, and make the land florish. At least we will know where they are and we will have peace in the rest of the globe.
Where does 30 million come from, Karen Armstrong sub a few years ago there were only 16 of them.
Another point of contention you raise
concerning Gods promise which is conditional upon the Israelites keeping their promise. Which the Samaritans, known as The Keepers of The Faith, certainly have.
Technically therefore they have a theological right to make such a Claim,and indeed I will instruct my development to consider it carefully.
Orion I was actually pursuing the credibility of your vociferous agenda towards religion, and I went to detail the lost book of Enki by Zechariah Sitchin, I received a miraculous letter out of the blue from I don't know who stating it was lost and was going to stay lost. I don't know what to make of it do you?.