December 14, 2019

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Kuwaiti writer calls on peace with Israel and Jews

http://elderofziyon.blogspot.com/2017/12/kuwaiti-writer-calls-on-peace-with.html

Sultan Al-Zubani, a self-described Kuwaiti media person who welcomes debate, put out  a series of tweets about Israel and Jews that raised eyebrows in that country which has a boycott against dealing with any Israeli.

He started the series by saying that Tel Aviv is an amazing, clean and tidy city.

He went on to say that he wanted to enter Israel, the land of the Prophets, but not with violence and bloodshed.

His next tweet says that it is not allowed to curse Israel since Israel is the name of one of Allah’s prophets.

He goes on to describe a vision of peace: “People from the Gulf lounging in the streets of Tel Aviv, shopping from their malls and sitting in their cafes sipping coffee and going to their restaurants, eating halal meals from Palestinian-owned restaurants and praying in Jerusalem in safety and security. # Israel”

And then “If others entered Jerusalem with weapons, we will enter it with a visa and peace, away from fighting and bloodshed and destruction. # Israel_Nabi_Allah. “

He sums it up with a stunning indictment of Arab hate:

We curse #Israel although Israel is Jacob, the prophet of God, peace be upon him.
We curse the State of Israel , which is the land of prophets.
We curse the Jews , who are the people of the book and neighbors of the Prophet …
We abhor the star of Prophet Dawood [David] peace be upon him
And we then claim that we are Muslims, the people of mercy And tolerance!

The reactions on Twitter as more muted than one might expect. But Al-Zubani doesn’t have a huge Twitter following, I don’t know how popular he is. I’ve only found one article about this tweetstorm, and its tone is more bemused than angry, pointing out that Kuwait has always been in the forefront of boycotting Israel and any company that deals with Israel, having recently rejected a major deal with French company Veolia since it does work for Israel. 



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