The palestinians are jews

English Section / 13 octombrie 2023

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- A bizzare yet plausible scenario -

Palestinians are Jews, according to a scenario I present here for the first time, to introduce the suggestion that the war in Israel unleashed by Hamas attacks a week ago could, in fact, be a "civil war" dating back three millennia ago, to the first Jewish pogrom in history.

For an easier read, I will present it without the bibliographic references of the documentation, but I would like to draw attention to the fact that the text of this article is highly speculative because I have consistently chosen the historical version that aligns with the narrative.

The scenario follows a sequence from the present towards its origins.

- The first premise, the first controversial piece of information:

Palestinians, descendants of the Philistines in the Bible.

The word "Peleset/Purusati" in Ancient Egypt has been suggested to refer to the "Sea Peoples," particularly the Philistines. The related biblical Hebrew word, "Pli¹tim," is typically translated as Philistines.

The fact that the dominant theory does not recognize this affiliation does not deter me from mentioning it because such controversial theories about history are still under debate without any widely accepted conclusion and are convenient for the scenario I am presenting. Such situations will always exist around the edges of this story, so I won't mention them further.

- The second premise:

2. The Philistines, descendants of the Minoans.

- There are theories suggesting that the Philistines might have been one of the groups that migrated from Anatolia or the Aegean Sea region (where the island of Crete is located) to Palestine, laying the foundation for the Philistine region (the exact origin of the Philistines remains unclear).

- The invasion of the Dorians on the island of Crete and the destruction of the Minoan civilization in the 12th century BCE roughly coincides with the historical appearance of the Philistines in Canaan during the Late Bronze Age. They founded five city-states collectively known as the Philistine Pentapolis: Ashkelon, Ashdod, Ekron, Gath, and Gaza.

- There is a theory that suggests wealthy Cretans sought refuge by sea in mainland Greece, Spain (which might explain bullfighting and the resemblance between popular Spanish ports and those in Crete), and Palestine. I add to this hypothesis the idea that these refuge destinations were chosen because they had relatives who had settled in those regions one, two, or three centuries earlier, based on information from the following premise.

- Some modern-day Cretans consider themselves related to the Palestinians and watch Palestinian television channels, viewing the Greeks as "occupiers."

The third premise:

3. Cretans, an ethnic infusion of Jews.

- In the legend of the Minotaur, King Minos receives a white bull from Poseidon, a gesture through which the god of the sea strengthens his authority among the people. However, mythological language can obscure a historical fact, which translates as follows: "From the sea came a population whose god was a bull" (the Canaanite population and early Jews represented El/Elohim in the form of a bull).

The period of the legendary King Minos' reign and the era in which the massacre of the tribe of Benjamin occurred can be conveniently aligned to coincide, as the dating of events from that time allows for generous approximations of about four to five centuries. This leads us to the following premise.

- The fourth premise:

4. The Tribe of Benjamin, massacred by the other eleven tribes.

- This is a biblical story from the Book of Judges in the Old Testament (Chapters 19-21), which echoes the destruction of Sodom in Genesis (Chapter 19):

- The inhabitants of the city of Gibeah, belonging to the tribe of Benjamin, asked the elderly man who had taken a stranger into his house to hand over the guest to be violated.

- Instead, the stranger brought his concubine out into the street, who, abused by the townspeople throughout the night, died.

- The stranger cut the concubine's body into pieces and sent them throughout the land - a plea to the other Israelites to punish the deeds of Gibeah.

- The other eleven tribes of Israel destroyed Gibeah and decimated the tribe of Benjamin.

- By the end of the massacre, all but 600 Benjaminites had been killed.

- The scriptures report that the alliance had killed all the women and children of the tribe of Benjamin.

- In order to prevent the tribe of Benjamin from disappearing, the other eleven tribes killed all the men and women in Jabesh-gilead and offered the 400 young virgins found there as wives to the surviving Benjaminites.

- Remarkable in this horrific biblical episode, which could be considered the first Jewish pogrom in history, is the immorality and cruelty of all the characters in the story, including the man who took his concubine outside the house and slept until dawn, only to then dismember her corpse.

- There are alternative theories to the established ones, suggesting that some remnants of the tribe of Benjamin fled by sea to mainland Greece, Spain, and... the island of Crete, from where and to where wealthy Cretans later sought refuge from the Dorian invasion, with some of them returning to Palestine.

- In Palestine, the refugees were unable to develop a civilization similar to that of Crete, which is explained by the fact that sea rescue was only accessible to the wealthy, not to the craftsmen. Therefore, from its biblical portrayal, the "Philistine" has become synonymous with "self-satisfied, hypocritical, cowardly, and limited person."

The conclusion:

5. Palestinians, descendants of the remnants of the tribe of Benjamin and the 400 virgins.

Certainly, this conclusion is debatable, especially since it is inconvenient for everyone - it doesn't suit the Jews or the Palestinians to accept that they are engaged in a fratricidal war. It doesn't suit the Iranians who have developed state-sponsored anti-Semitism, it doesn't suit the Arab world to have their anti-Israeli pawn taken away, and probably not the Russians or Americans either, not to mention Kim Jong Un!

The conclusion that Palestinians are Jews has a low probability of being true, as each contested point lowers its credibility.

So what is the point of presenting it?

First of all, the low credibility of this scenario, which I have called "whimsical," does not negate its plausibility. It remains a valid possibility.

Secondly, the approximations used by "established history" are so broad that what we study in textbooks becomes questionable, so often, the difference from alternative histories lies in the general acceptance, even in the absence of clear evidence (as is the case here); sometimes, the coherence of the historical narrative introduces it into textbooks, even in the absence of clear evidence.

Thirdly, the arguments against this scenario are refutable.

But the most important reason to present this scenario is that it is an indisputably true conclusion, 100% true, regardless of who may lie and claim otherwise!

All men are kin.

Palestinians are 100% human.

Jews are 100% human.

Christians, Muslims, and Jews are 100% human.

In the words of Shakespeare, in "The Merchant of Venice" (Act 1, Scene 3):

"Hath not a Jew eyes? Hath not a Jew hands, organs, dimensions, senses, affections, passions? Fed with the same food, hurt with the same weapons, subject to the same diseases, healed by the same means, warmed and cooled by the same summer and winter as a Christian is? If you prick us, do we not bleed? If you tickle us, do we not laugh? If you poison us, do we not die? And if you wrong us, shall we not revenge? If we are like you in the rest, we will resemble you in that."

Palestinians and Jews are 100% kin, as humans.

No matter how speculative, this scenario should always be kept in mind.

When you prick a person, blood flows.

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