Thursday, 3 June 2010

Israel never got His messages...

I think that Israel never got the messages from God. They chained themselves in the Old Testament where God promised them the land. Now that they have the land, they don't really care about His will for humanity but instead they put their national priority on the top of their actions. I think people in Gaza need peaceful life, whether they are Palestinians or Israelis. I'm blind for politic, but it is really sad that over these years they have never been able to sit and talk for the future of peaceful life.

Actually I'm a bit speechless. I know that we'll get violence if we planted it. They are planting it, showing it to the world. It should be long gone when the phrase from Torah "an eye for eye" (עין תחת עין, ayin tachat ayin; see wikipedia) was used in human's daily life. It is important to share love and kindness to be able to reach into that promised land, the land of peace and happiness. When it comes to choose between a nation's dignity and humanity, or between politics and basic human's needs, which one is applicable to God's will? Let your heart answer it...

Other readings:
Mavi-Marmara-Mengapa-Kamu-Diserang?
Israel attacks Gaza aid fleet

4 comments:

Tasbih Alam said...

Salam..

Setelah sekian lama saya membelajari bagaimana untuk menjadi seorang blogger.. Kini telah sampai masanya untuk membina rangkaian bersama blogger hebat yang lain. Serta sama-sama mempelajari lebih banyak lagi bagaimana untuk menjadi blogger yang hebat.

Semoga kita dapat kunjung mengunjung antara satu sama lain untuk mengeratkan silahtulrahim antara kita dan blogger² yang lain..

Sesungguhnya hunjung jari yang menekan papan kekunci adalah lebih hebat dari apa juga senjata yang ada di muka bumi ini. dan Semoga kita sama-sama mendapat menafaat daripadanya..
Insya Allah

Salam ukhwah…
http://tasbih-alam.blogspot.com

Judi said...

Salam, Peace, Shalom
Imagine the gift God gives you when you hit "next" on your own blog and assume that you will go to edits. Instead, I find this wonderful site and wonderful thoughts.

I know not from where you are posting. I recognize arabic? from the comment above.

I spent 5 months in Khartoum living as a follower of Jesus among peoples following Mohamed. What a wonderful experience I had.

So, if you are ever in the States, I hope God points you this way.

Judi said...

Some of you other blogs are not written in English. How can I get your translaton

Retty N. Hakim said...

It's nice to have a global communication. I'm Indonesian and I blog from Indonesia. Other readings are the link to the Indonesian newspapers, one in English and the other one in Bahasa Indonesia (Indonesian language). Google translator is not always useful for the translated version. I'm connecting through public internet now, so I'll come back soon if my own modem is already OK. Thank you for reading and commenting...