Commentaries: Arab – Israeli Reconciliation

What is meant by self – dependencies within the ethnological commonalities to produce a common core of unity to maintain the Jewish State of Israel’s control of Jerusalem from the Arab Moslem / Islamic Israeli point of view.

The Arab – Israelis have always noted that in visiting the Moslem Quarter of Jerusalem they are making a religious connection to a holy site. This section, none the less, is also an open portal to the entire Arab, and Moslem World as well. Thus the real connection being made is also a connection to others outside the Jewish State of Israel, the Arab and Moslem world, who feal the same spiritual and emotional connection to this section of Jerusalem. The continued access and maintainence of security of this section, as well as its continued existance is the real basis of International wide cohesion between the Arab – Israeli and the Arab World first and foremost. Moreover, and from a business market point of view, its here where consumer confidence emerges in any future exchange of goods and services between the Israelis and the Arabs, as neither the Arab – Israeli, who is moslem, and the greater Arab World surrounding the Jewish State of Israel are not cut off from each other as what now stands as an acknowldeged reality is a secured Arab section of Jerusalem; and for which the Arab World observes being protected by an Israeli accord to maintain its securities; and the real benefit in maintaining the city’s present unity, Thus and from which any future confidence for Arab – Israeli Reconciliation is justified by the observing League of Arab Nations; thus as a result, the real possibilty of an Israeli Arab representation in its organization as Israel becomes, then, and an equal member.

The resulting economic real impact enhances the real business opportunities for the Arab – Israeli in developing their own independent business, making their community more economic self – dependent, and thus excellent customers for all other Israeli businesses, and the spill over to the Israeli economy, as a result, would even more dramatic. The resulting communications between, lets say, an Arab – Israeli delegate to the Arab League and Arab business concern results in a contract being arranged between an Arab business and a Arab Israel business startup to manufactor or sell a produced good, then the economic determinism only adds to stability within a unified Jerusalem covenant between the Jewish State of Israel and the League of Arab Nations. Jewish Israelis will see immediate benefit and additional revunes to the city’s overall maintainences will increase as well – which is a direct contribution from an increase in the nations gross national product and the taxes associated with them. Also, and most important its removes from the Arab world most, but not all, the radical sectarian narcists rhethoric of which Islamic sect should control Jerusalem, the seed of its past sectarian conflicts, as the Moslem or Arab quarter of Jerusalem becomes the natural location to establish one Arab nation’s embassy / embassies. This also denotes the interest of the Saudis and the religious authorities in Mecca’s Haj programs of their additional valued assistance in maintaining the main Mosque as well.

Thus allowing the Arab – Israeli equal status, both socially and politically to every other Arab, or Arab leadership by the recognition that the Moslem / Arab section of Jerusalem is most secured and future confidence is maintain in Jerusalem’s unity under the Jewish Israeli State of Israel; the ” only ” real cornerstone of any future peace.

Thus in a very human way, and with the potention of greater expectations looming then….

What beats within the Isaeli Arab connection with their Jerusalem is indeed just as strong as the Jewish Israel real blood for real co-development. The strength of which is their united control of Jerusalem.

Date Febraury 5, 2014
Written for clarification of previous post on the first page of this blog.


The sociopolitical, socioeconomic. and socio-psychological resulting layered forms of traumas as a result of massive upheavals of conflicts are draining the personal resources of the present generation of mostly Arab young adults’ ( born 1984 ) to produce goods and services needed to bolstered regional economies in crises. This is in effect is destroying Arab economic gains in which non oil producer states made since the 1990s.  In review of the present rhetoric the language denotes a greater fear about ones future.

But no one is watching where all the money is going.

None the less, this creates the opportunity to advance a private sector resolve for economic solutions, and getting the greedy hands of corrupt officials out of the pockets of those who are the real foundations of the Modern Arab World; the struggling Arab middle class. The needed focus is how to get the young adults of the Arab world who have visions of becoming successful business owners, and the Arab middle class workers who labors to make the Arab World technically function the future role models of the Arab State.

The leading question is how much are the average citizen are going to have to pay – out until there is an ends of constant historic crises, and who and to whom all this really benefits.  The sensationalisms of greed are everywhere, and it questions everyones interests.  Moreover, and what was reveal by my parents who worked in Iran, in a talk in October 1982, the mulahs of Iran were able to really capitalize from the change of power to them; they were no longer poor but ended in getting all the gravy of Iran’soil richness.  Greed is still central and the means in which it still prevails is how the political machine is able to create distractions; the historic militant focus on Israel, and more recent focusing on controling womens’ social visabilities.

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