The Global March on Jerusalem is an Islamic rally that happens every year on March 30, honoring the Arabs killed by security forces in 1976 in the dispute over the land policy that involved confiscation of Arab land. This year, Palestinians will storm the Israeli borders with a little help from their friends in East Asia, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Iran, and any form the Muslim Brotherhood assumes in each of these countries. Fars, an Iranian news agency, said the march would be “peaceful and well-organized.” Kathem Ayesh, member of the Muslim Brotherhood and organizer of the March, assures us that no one will stray from the intended rally site as they move across the borders of Israel to penetrate the country and eventually make it to Jerusalem. They can say this, and we believe them, because we fail to recognize their intrinsic value of terrorism for the sake of global domination.

I can’t imagine a protest held by people who advocate deception, honor killing, suicide bombing, and a global, ruthless Islamic caliphate being a peaceful event. A slogan reads: “The march will demand freedom for Jerusalem and its people and to put an end to the Apartheid, ethnic cleansing and Judaisation policies affecting the people, land and sanctity of Jerusalem.” The protest supports Palestinian legitimacy, seeks to end the Apartheid state of Israel, and highlights Jerusalem’s importance to Muslims. However, Jerusalem is not mentioned even once in the Qur’an, so why are Islamists rallying to assert their right to be present there?

Strategy. The implementation of jihad is all about strategy. Honesty is not their first policy; dishonesty or ‘taqiyya’ in the Qur’an is actually a virtue to them because Islamic power must be pressed and spread at all costs, according to Sharia Law. Lying is “not only permitted, but obligatory.”

Palestinian Media Watch (palwatch.org) records:

 “‘resistance’ or ‘armed struggle’ — is as a valid political tool, and should be combined with diplomacy. [Islamists] refer to violence as “seeding,” which is followed by diplomacy; i.e. stopping terror in order to let diplomacy reap the fruits of the terror. Palestinians have argued that in recent years this tactic has proven to be a successful strategy.”

There is a reason the Israel Defense Forces refer to this time period as “the threshold era.” Iran is on the threshold of major nuclear development. Palestine is on the threshold of declaring “unilateral statehood” in the West Bank. Many Middle Eastern governments have collapsed to the revolutionaries of the Arab Spring, and America is on the threshold of re-electing a president who incrementally introduces Islam into American policy and supports the Muslim Brotherhood monetarily ($1.5 billion) without the consent of Congress.

It is only a matter of time. Centuries of dissent, anti-Semitism, and fundamental religious and guiding tenets threaten the Jewish nation of Israel. It is up to us to open our eyes and see through the “diplomacy” of the Islamic nations surrounding the small piece of true democracy in the Middle East.

Sydney Phillips | Lee University | Cleveland, Tennessee | @SydPhillips