‘Israel is your home. We are preparing and calling for the absorption of mass immigration from Europe,’ said Netanyahu.
“Israel is waiting for you with open arms,’ he added.
Following the terrorist attack in Paris, Netanyahu had also called on the Jews to secure their safety by migrating to Palestinian territories.
Netanyahu’s words are indicative of the Zionist plan to create the so-called greater Israel on vast swathes of lands yet to be occupied in a reshaped region called the Greater Middle East.
To fulfill their dream, the Zionists are provoking Islamophobia, portraying Islam as a violent and terrorist religion associated with terrorism.
The Zionist plan has rather been successful: it has soaked Muslims and governments in the region in an unending quagmire of instability and disintegration.
Syria, for instance, has been involved in a bloody civil war for the past nearly four years and Iraq is still suffering a killing spree by Daesh (ISIS), the illegitimate child of extremism and religious fanaticism.
The region has become a hotbed for terrorism and violence. Yet, it is not a war of Muslims.
It is a war of those whose thirst for more lands is not quenched only by occupying the Palestinian lands; those who are not satisfied with erecting more and more Jewish settlements on the seized lands; those who are making the world believe that the Jews are being victimized and everybody should defend them.
Just look at the way Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt expressed her sadness and puzzlement over the attack on a synagogue in Copenhagen that left one people dead.
“We stand here in front of the Jewish synagogue in Copenhagen. We are devastated today, a man has lost his life in the service of that synagogue, and we are devastated. Our thoughts go to his family. We are with them today, but our thoughts go to the whole of the Jewish community today. They belong in Denmark,” said she.
None of the governments in the West feel committed to defending the civilians decapitated or burned alive by the Takfiri groups like Daesh in Syria, Iraq or Afghanistan.
The violent terrorism is now overwhelming most of the countries in the region and even those which promoted terrorist groups to achieve their goals are now entangled in an unwanted bloody war.
Today, Jordan which has pleaded vengeance against the killing of his fighter pilot Lt. Moath al-Kasasbeh, thinks it is its responsibility to go the limit and annihilate Daesh.
‘The revenge will be as big as the calamity that has hit Jordan,’ army spokesman Colonel Mamdouh al Ameri said in a televised statement.
Egypt, on the other hand, faced by the beheading of 21 of its Coptic Christian nationals, has also vowed vengeance against Daesh with President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi saying Cairo will choose the ‘necessary means and timing to avenge the criminal killings’.
President Sisi has said Egypt will defend both itself and the region.
He and other Arab leaders are seemingly against the terrorist groups like Daesh. But based on the historic evidence, the extremism spreading its wings across the region is the fruits of fanatic thoughts of some Arab governments and the conspiracy of the West.
And the Muslims are well aware of this.
For the same reason, we as Muslims insist that this is not our war. This is the war of those who want our lands; those who do anything to achieve their expansionist goals.