It is an irony that the essence of Israel is embedded in the heart of Islam. The essence of Israel is connecting with the CREATOR and OBEYING HIM. All Muslims, all one billion of them love Moses and respect him. They also love and respect Abraham, Jacob, Isaac, David and the other great ones of Israel.
Many Israelies unfortunately are atheists and agnostics who believe Moses is a story, who say Torah is made up, yet they pretend to represent the LOFTY ISRAEL that the Lord has blessed through the ages due to the WISDOM of the UNITY OF THE MOST HIGH, due to the Wisdom of the sages of Israel.
How can those who have gay parades in direct contradiction to the injunctions of the Torah and pretend to be ISRAEL.
Muslim terrorists who tear up the Quran which says in 5:32 "Killing one innocent soul is like murdering all of mankind. Saving one innocent person is saving all mankind"... (the context is of the killing of Abel by Cain, through which Abel's coming generations in the millions were also slain).
In my personal view just as the Muslim terrorists do not represent ISLAM, this secular and racist Israel does not represent the essence of the LOFTY PATH of the PROPHETS OF ISRAEL.
Had Israel been created on the lofty principles of Abraham, who was ordered to settle in Canaan, Israel too would have brought peace to the locals. When Abraham settled at the order of the ALmighty in Palestine, he bought land, bought wells and caves and made pacts with the locals in friendships and of joint self defence. Abraham brought mercy to the people he settled with. God gives and does not take unjustly, even though everything is HIS. In a similar way truly godly do not abuse the weak or steal from others in the name of God.
Muslim terrorists and secular Israel in my personal view are both an insult to Islam and Judaism respectively. After that Allah/YHWH/God alone knows.
In my view both secular Israel and terrorist Muslims are going to wipe each other out. It is not going to be pretty. May the Lord guide people to choose peace.
May the Good Lord guide me if I am wrong, keep me firm if I am right. Amen.