Hello to you, dear continent. For a while now I’ve been meaning to write you a few words, as a close neighbor here in the Middle East who loves traveling through your beautiful landscape, and whose roots lie deep within the continent.
You were our home for thousands of years, and especially for the past 1,000 years. We’ve known good times of neighborly relations as well as economic, cultural and spiritual prosperity. Yet we had also known difficult days of hatred, expulsions, humiliation, and blood libels. Oh, did we ever know such days.
The plan was formulated on your soil, the camps were built there and the trains traveled there; the graves were dug on your soil, and the blood flowed to your rivers. You expelled and exterminated us, and got the Muslim world instead. Now you are starting to sleep in the bed you made. – Avi Rath, YNET News (more…)