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Crisis in the Middle East

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Crisis in the Middle East

Muslim Perspective
Jews Perspective
Christians Perspective
Resolution
Islam is the most widely followed in the Middle East, about 20% of the world's Muslims live in Middle East.

Muslim claim rights to that land in accordance with the Qur'an. Contrary to the Jewish claim that this land was promised only to the descendents of Abraham's youngest son Isaac, they argue that the Land of Canaan was promised to what they consider the elder son, Ishmael, from whom Arabs claim descent.

With Muslim, the Middle East Land perceived as the first region where Islam commenced to spread, as its first cultural center like Mecca and Medina in Saudi Arab, Damacus, Bagdad, Jerusalem and Cairo.
Judaism was the first organized monotheistic religion in the Middle East, providing the religious foundations present in both Islam and Christianity.

Judaism in the Middle East is mostly in the state of Israel. There are have few other countries in the Middle East but they are small, and scattered communities.

The Land of Canaan, according to the Hebrew Bible, promised by God to the Children of Israel.

The Jew in theory - and a few in reality believe tat Middle East lands, including those they are living on now, were given to them by Jehovah and need to be recovered from others.

Christian is the major religion in the Middle East in the 1st Century A.D. until the Arab Muslim conquest of the mid-to-late 7th century A.D.

The Christian believed that their religion were born in the Middle East, because Jesus and his apostles was live in Jerusalem and elsewhere in this region. And these lands were considered for 700 years as the important center of Christian.

The Christian perceived the Muslims as usurpers took on a mission to free these lands from the unbelievers.

The crisis of Christian in the Middle East land, is because the power conflict, between the another religion like Syrian Orthodox, Catholics, Maronites and the different ethnic groups in the case of Iraq such as Assyrians, Chaldeans.
I think the conflict between the religion in the Middle East will end. Because three religions were the major religion in the world. Most of population in the world are follower these religion. In the website I was read it said: "Judaism still awaits the coming of the Messiah who will usher in age of peace and prosperity, not only Israel, but the world". Every people want in the world want to have peace, the peace between religions is the peace for the world.
Resources
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki Religion_in_the_Middle_East

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arab%E2%80%93Israeli_conflict

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christianity_in_the_Middle_East

http://friedensbewegung.zionismus.info/dialog/religion.htm

http://www.freemuslims.org/news.php?id=4076
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