Naji Almurisi


Israel And Palestine - Poem by Naji Almurisi

Don't be blind
Don't be deaf

The land is our land
And the life is our life
We can live together
In the empire of God

What is the avail of the violence?
What is the avail of the war?
Let children to play
In the empire of God

One heart is enough for love
One flower is sufficient for peace
And one smile is enough
To express happiness
And one land is enough
For Palestine and Israel

What is the avail of the violence?
What is the avail of the war?
Let souls to wander and swim
In the kingdom of God
Israel and Palestine
Two souls in one body

Don't be blind
Don't be deaf
The story hasn't ended yet
All of us are looking for the end
And the end it is the peace

And the peace is the message of prophets
And the title of everlasting love

Read in the heavenly books
Read in Torah
Read in Gospel
Read in Quran

The peace and love in Moses's heart
The peace and love in Jesus's heart
The peace and love in Mohammed's heart

The blind hearts
Never bring the peace
And the burning eyes
Never see everlasting love

Jews are our uncle's sons
We call them for peace
And the everlasting love
And the peaceful coexistence

To all honorable people
Pray!
For Israel and Palestine
Pray!
In SYNAGOGUE
Pray!
In CHURCH
Pray!
In MOSQUE
Pray!
In all temples
God is everywhere
Allah is for all

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Comments about Israel And Palestine by Naji Almurisi

  • Ellias Anderson Jr.Ellias Anderson Jr. (10/11/2012 1:41:00 AM)

    Allah is for all. you are right my friend, but some people wont believe this. some are just looking for blood and death. in the Palestine poor children are killed, what is their fault?
    Good poem.
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  • Vala Z (10/9/2012 1:43:00 PM)

    =) what a Peaceful poem! (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, October 8, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, June 13, 2012


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