The Hebrew word for “land” is Eretz.
Let 1051 B.C. sink in.
The United States was founded in AD 1776.
Nearly three thousand years before the United States had our land, Israel had their land, Eretz Israel.
Over a millennium before the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem, King Saul, King David, and King Solomon brought twelve families (tribes) together under the new kingdom called Israel, living in Eretz Israel.
Chronology of the Nations
Chronology is the study of timelines, especially concerning peoples and nations.
There are Jews and Arabs, and there is the land of Israel and the land of Arabs.
The tribes of the Arabs descend from Abraham and Ishmael. Ishmael’s descendants settled in Syria (they are called the Arameans in the Bible). The nomadic Ishamaelite tribes settled in what we now call Saudi Arabia.
The Jews lived in the land of Israel from 1450 BC (the Exodus).
Beginning in 1051 BC, the Kingdom of Israel existed with King Saul, King David, and King Solomon reigning over the Kingdom of Israel in Eretz Israel. Arabs settled around Israel in neighboring nations, including Aram (Syria), the Arabian desert (Saudi Arabia), Ammon (Jordan) and other nations (Iraq, Asia Minor, etc.)
The people of Israel belong to Eretz Israel.
Back in 1450 BC, the 12 Tribes of Israel conquered the land from the Canaanites, the Philistines, and other Greek sea-faring people who had come to the land from ancient Hellena. The Arabs have no DNA heritage to the ancient Philistines.
The Philistines and Canaanites eventually left Israel, settled in Crete and North Africa, or returned to Hellena (ancient Greece).
If anybody would have a claim to the Eretz Israel, it would be the Greeks, not the Arabs.
When Rome conquered a defeated Greece, led by Antony and Cleopatra, in the Battle of Actium (31 BC), and Rome became the world’s leading empire, it would be a century later before the Romans sought to erase Israel’s ties to the Eretz Israel.
After the Jewish-Roman wars (AD 66–135), Roman Emperor Hadrian, attempting to “mock” the Jews, changed the name of Eretz Israel to Syria Palaestina. Palaestina in Latin is the word “Philistine.” Hadrian, knowing his history, wanted to remind the Jews the Greeks were in Eretz Israel before they were.
Hadrian also changed the name of Jerusalem to the Aelia Capitolina (Capitol of the god Jupiter) to erase the historical ties of the Jewish people to Jerusalem, where the Jews built their Temple to God (YHWH).
Think about it.
The people of Israel lived in the land of Israel for over 1500 years before the Romans destroyed the Jewish Temple, leveled Jerusalem, scattered the Jews, and renamed the land and the city in AD 70.
The ARABS falsely claim the label “Palestinians” in our modern day.
Arabs are no more Palestinian than an XY chromosome male can an XX chromosome female, another false narrative that Marxist liberals force.
So Where Should “Palestinians” Go?
There is an easy answer to this question about where modern “Palestinians” should live if world leaders would think critically, historically, and logically.
After Hamas fighters illegally entered Israel on the 50th Anniversary of the Yom Kippur War (October 6, 1973), brutally kidnaping, torturing, maiming, murdering, and decapitating Jewish men, women, and children, the Israel Defense Force prepared for an all-out assault on Gaza.
Gaza will be destroyed.
Thankfully, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned the so-called “Palestinian” people to “get out” before Gaza is leveled.
Where should the Palestinian people go?
The Palestinian people should go home to their ancestral lands.
They should go to Jordan, Syria, Turkey, Lebanon, Egypt, or Saudi Arabia.
That’s where they came from when they entered Eretz Israel 1500 years after the Jews entered Eretz Israel.
The belief that the people of Israel have “taken land” from the Arabs who live in Gaza, the West Bank, and East Jerusalem is to show an ignorance of world history.
It is Eretz Israel.
It’s been Eretz Israel for 2,000 years longer than the United States has been on its land.
Welcome your brothers home, my Arab friends.
Make peace, not war.
It’s Israel’s land – all of it.