Can Peace in the Middle East Exist?

1532 Words Jul 17th, 2018 7 Pages
Will there or can there be peace in the Middle East? My answer may seem very contradictory but in my essay you will understand why. No there can't be any peace in the Middle East. Yes there will be peace in the Middle East. Peace will come only with Christ's return.

The very origin of Arabs began with Ishmael. God had given Abraham a promise of a son. Yet instead of waiting on God Sarah grew impatient and gave her handmaid to her husband to bare him a child because she was barren. I guess she was trying to help God out? This handmaid was an Egyptian maiden. So Hagar bare Ishmael. The prophecy concerning him was that he would be a wild man; his hand will be against every man's hand, and every man's hand against him; and he
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If there are to be two states, the land must be apportioned between them and some people will probably need to move. Palestinians demand that all Israel settlers would leave any separate Palestinian state. There are some who favor the two-state solution with its many variations. Then I came across a new thought which favors coexistence. I definitely favor this position. After all, for many years we have yet to come to a solution involving this two party agreement. I can not help but think about slavery and racism in the past. It was only a matter a time before segregation was challenged and abolished. You can't have two classes of people living together and not have problems. Especially at the mistreatment and expense of another people. I am not saying that things are perfect but we as a nation are definitely better off than we were before slavery. As far as unity is concerned that is. You have to come to grips with the fact that if we will be happy and have a certain degree of peace we have to learn to "tolerate" one another. We do not have to be best friends but there is a certain level of respect that has to be recognized. These two different nations have to realize this simple thing. That as long as we are here we might as well live better, happier, and more fulfilling lives which only come about through respect, tolerance, and coexistence. Contrary to the ideas of annihilation and pointing
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