Your country of origin is where you were born not the group you were born into.
A group is not a country. An individual is not a country.
However, Jews and Muslims want the world to accept that their respective countries of origin are themselves, no matter where they were actually born.
I’m a Muslim first. I’m a Jew first. Their ideology is them. It can exist in all nations, all regions, any place on earth as long as they populate those places.
Earth is their country of origin. One Muslim or one Jew on earth makes it theirs. Who came first the Muslim or the Jew? I don’t have a clue, and frankly I don’t want a clue.
The problem arising from two groups claiming ownership of a planet is who will ultimately gain control of that planet?
No other groups have yet to claim earth as their country of origin based on an ideology that makes the individual and group a country, whereby any place they populate becomes theirs by their mere presence in it.
The Jews in some way are trying to create a country of origin, as fake as it may be, so that Jews worldwide can come home to an Israeli Mecca six times a year. The issue here would be that Mecca is the birthplace of both the Prophet Muhammad and the religion he founded. Israel only has Jesus, which could make sense, Jerusalem and the religion he founded.
But Jews deny Jesus any special accolades of that nature, so that leaves the Jews without an internationally recognized place where Jews could pray to six times a day, while adhering to the principles set forth by Jesus? Set forth by whom?
Oh it’s complicated they always say. You wouldn’t understand it. It always is complicated when trying to pull the hood over somebody’s lie.
There’s always a fifth wheel isn’t there? Or, twos company, threes a crowd?
So in comes Christianity. I can see why they want Jesus and Jerusalem for themselves. But they don’t. They want Jews to have it. That defies any coherent explanation, except the ‘it’s too complicated’ one.
David. Star of David isn’t a place. It’s a symbol of connectivity between internal and external aspects of God, Torah and Israel – meaning pretty much that it was all in the mind, not based on a person that could be raised up as their prophet and originator of their religion. Unless of course they want to say that King David is their leader and prophet, but Jews don’t want prophets.
The Muslims have Mecca, which means their country of origin would be Saudi Arabia. But Muslims don’t reference Saudi Arabia when they reference Mecca. The country doesn’t matter. It’s all in the mind. It’s all in the ideology.
Israel is the people, the law, the country the world hasn’t recognized yet.
Islam is the people, the law, the planet.
Who is going to win?