I am writing in response to Gerald Schiller's letter in the Aug. 24 edition of the Daily Courier.
He is caught up in the media campaign that spreads propaganda and myths about the land that belongs to Israel. God made a covenant with Abraham, giving him and his descendants (the Jews) the land of Israel forever. Abraham and his family lived there, beginning a 3,000-year settlement in the Holy Land, prior to any Arab presence.
The Arabs claim Jerusalem as their ancient capital, yet it is not mentioned at all in the Quran, which is quite an odd omission.
The Israelis have repeatedly agreed to unreasonable demands to move the peace process forward, yet they continue to be harassed and bombed.
No one has the right to divide the land of Israel. I have read the Bible and guess what? Israel wins.
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