Believers in other religions
It may be said that these thoughts are not realistic, but they represent the historical fact as it is, the truth of what the sons of our Arab and Islamic Nation, and probably other, believe in, albeit they do not act accordingly. As it is itself the historical fact whereas anything else is false or sheer falsification of the statement and deformation of the truth and history, we have to state it as it is and act accordingly. But how to put it into effect is another matter.
Yet, at all events, our endeavour should not contradict the premiss and aspiration. As we wish a just peace for all nations of the world, we ought to adhere to a just peace for our Nation regarding its issues and enemies and to reject surrender and all forms of humiliation, submissiveness and looking down at the Arab Nation.
This is the fact of the matter: if overlooked today and if veiled by deception, dismissed from light by an apparition of fright and failed to elevate itself into visibility due to weakness, there will come at any time, as in the past, someone who will tell the truth as we, and many sons of our Nation, are doing now on the basis of these principles and facts and who will act, struggle and fight in jihad for consolidating the truth and accomplishing its objectives.
Therefore, we see that any treatment, which does not target the core, will be partial, if not deformed or contrary to the truth. It will bring malice to the souls and will incite destructive turmoil more than it appeases them to be calm and peaceful. At all events, any call for so-called peace is merely an opportunity for the Zionists not only to gain time for occupying (the rest) of Palestine but also to cause disagreement among the rulers themselves and even between the rulers and people, which is more serious. When this discord is created between all Arab rulers on one hand and the whole glorious Arab Nation, we mean here the overwhelming majority, on the other hand, it becomes perilous, resolvable only by revolution. Thence, we see that it is better for the Arab rulers to accommodate the viewpoints of the other Arab rulers or leaders vis-à-vis their own, and accept a policy different from theirs as regards the fateful issues on which they disagree, among and foremost of which is the question of Palestine. They should be broad-minded, or at least their minds must be open to accommodate the other opinioPost too long. Click here to view the full text.