Bharat is divided. So as Israel.
As per Chanakya, A country extends as far its culture and civilization extends.
The “promised lands” are neither in control of both the countries. Lets see what are the similarities(history, current situation future and what is needed to achieve the goal) between both the dreams.
- Both Jewish and Hindu Civilizations are thousands year old.
- The original cultures of the both the countries have been annulled due to barbaric foreign invaders.
- IN spite of repeated heinous invasions both have survived and the cultures are alive and kicking.
- Both have shed blood for their freedom and establishing their country. India had to shed blood for getting freedom from Islam and British. Same is the case with Israel.
- Pakistan, Bangladesh who are separated from India have “almost” forgotten their roots. They have embraced Islam, but their forefathers belonged to Sanatana Dharma. Same is the case with Israel – the area which is supposed to be part of Greater Israel are their enemies.
- Both are democracies having Parliament, free media, opposition, Independent Judiciary and free press.
- For achieving the ultimate goal both need to defeat one single force – ISLAMIC JIHADISM.
- The same countries in middle east who oppose Israel fund the Jihadi activities in India to ensure that both countries remain weak.
- Both India and Israel need to convince the breathen who have got separated that they have been hallucinated by a foreign culture which is not theirs for achieving their goal.
- More importantly, the interest of Both Israel and India (as on today) align with the interests of US and Europe, which is of course the best for both.
Hence, it is important that India and Israel collaborate. It is an irony that India as nation under the rule of Mughals in disguise (the Gandhis) had voted against the creation of Israel in 1948 and had not recognized Israel as a country till 1993. But many mistakes have been corrected.
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