ANSWER When the truce is made by a Muslim
When is a Truce not a Truce?
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In Western thought a truce means a cessation of hostilities by both sides in preparation for a full peace. Another meaning is a temporary cessation of hostilities for a specific period. An example is when the Luftwaffe agreed to allow a British aircraft free passage to drop a pair of artificial legs to British pilot Douglas Bader in a German POW camp. By the way he soon used those tin legs to escape from the camp as detailed in the book and movie Reach for the Sky.
During World War One there was a Christmas Truce when soldiers on both sides, all presumably Christians, laid down their arms for one day and, in many cases, actually crossed from the trenches on one side to take gifts to the soldiers of the opposing army.
But that kind of honorable truce does not exist in the vocabulary of Muslims. The so-called “truce” that was brokered by the Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, last week between the Israeli Army (IDF) and the Muslims of Gaza was something very different which cannot be understood by the Western media because they do not take the trouble to investigate what it means. The word used by Muslims is Hudna. It is always a strategic cessation of hostilities that allows the Muslims to regroup, rearm, and get ready for the next round when things are not going their way.
From the time of Mohammed the hudna has been use in deception to lull the enemy to sleep in peace while Islam regroups and rearms.
In January 2004, a senior Hamas leader offered a 10-year Hudna to Israel in which Israel would withdraw from all territories captured in the 6 Day War in exchange for allowing the establishment of a Palestinian State within the Sovereign territory of Israel with Jerusalem as its capital. It also included the right of return by all Muslim refugees who had left Israel. Of course this hudna would have meant nothing to Hamas who have always stated that they would NEVER recognize Israel under any circumstances. So the so called “peace” was never more than a bluff to gain time and land. While many westerners claimed that this was a genuine offer of peace by the Muslims, Israel was not fooled for one moment.
While Morsi was showered with praise by the world for stopping a war last week, the Muslim Brotherhood (of which Morsi is a part) denounced peace efforts with Israel, urging holy war to liberate Palestinian territories. The deception is announced to the world as a genuine desire for peace while the truth is broadcast to the Muslim masses.
Mohammed Badei, a Hamas leader, stated categorically on Thursday “jihad is obligatory” for Muslims and peace deals with Israel are a “game of grand deception.” He went on to say that there have been enough negotiations, the “enemy knows nothing but language of force.”
Yes, sometimes, some Muslims do tell the truth about their intentions. But Israel has always been the one to offer peace in the face of Muslim aggression. The Muslims pursue a constant path of Jihad against every nation Jewish or Christian that believes in God.
But wait a minute. Didn’t we get this “Jihad” business sorted out a few years ago when our government told us that jihad does not mean holy war but instead refers to an inner warfare in the heart of a Muslim? Well, over the years many Muslim leaders, including this one, have made it clear that Jihad refers to true warfare with no holds barred and all deception being legitimate and lawful.
The Muslim attack on the Twin towers on 9-11 was Jihad and every attack on Israel and on unarmed civilians is Jihad. The Embassy bombings in Africa were Jihad and so was the 1983 attack on the American Marine Barracks in Beirut with the murder of 299 American and French servicemen.
Following months of relentless rocket attacks from Gaza into Israel without a peep out of the United Nations, Israeli patience was finally cast aside and they prepared for war. The Muslims in Gaza cried for help and Morsi brought it to them. He offered a Hudna which Israel accepted because Israel always acts as a gentleman. Israel always wants peace whenever Islam allows it.
Not only did the Muslims break the truce immediately by continuing to bombard Israeli territory after the deadline, but they also have broken the truce on other fronts. News reports state that Iran is rearming the Muslims with more rockets for the next round. This is hardly surprising since Islam is a world-wide army in a 1,400 year old war against God—- make no mistake about it. Despite surface rivalries between Iran and Saudi Arabia, they are one when it comes to fighting Israel and the Christian world and they both do their part in supplying money and arms to feed the worldwide Jihad.
While our press provides other distractions to waste our time there is warfare on another front this week which is hardly being reported at all.
On Thursday in the United Nations the Muslim occupiers of Israel will try to gain recognition of a Muslim “Palestinian” State in the heart of God’s Land. France appears ready to capitulate. Of course, all Arab and most African nations will side with the Muslims. What will the United States do? Will they put up token resistance to this atrocity or will they throw in the towel?
The sovereignty of Jerusalem is at stake. So is the survival of the State of Israel. Yet, few have even heard that this decisive battle is taking place in New York on Thursday.
CNN, that great fighter for truth and justice, recently hosted Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal on a program in which he stated that a Palestinian state must be created immediately along the 1967 lines and with Jerusalem as its capital but that all of Palestine, from the sea to the river and from the north to the south belongs to them.
Any of you who believe in God and also believe the Bible surely know that God claims the Land of Israel as His own and that he deeded it to his People Israel. What happens to Jerusalem and indeed to Israel will have a profound effect on the United States and the Free world. The Bible says that God will judge those who divide His land.
Will you stand up for God and let your voice he heard?