You've proved my point, you're a herd lackey without an independent thought in your head. It would be fun to guess that you're a first year journalism major.
I don't deny that from your perspective, my position is extreme. That it is like a Muslims position is akin to comparing it to a Methodists position or a Democrats position for all the input you have to reach a conclusion.
You've had the approved herd history pill, but from an Archaeological standpoint I will point up the Greek background of the Philistines that's been known since before Azimov published his set of Biblical guides in the late 60s.( my oldest reference,out of hand, reachable on my desk) I will go with what the Jews and Muslims can agree on, even Christians; The land was given to them in a covenant from their Elohim, this remains immutable unless said Elohim changes it, regardless of who temporarily occupies it. Because in the end, it is these groups of people involved, not the world. They ALL follow the same set of instruction which they ALL still hold higher than any laws of man. Nothing anyone can say will change this. Therefore, it is not so much that I support a political position, I support what I see as the inevitable. Kind of like supporting Gravity or Taxes or betting that it will snow in Canada this winter. So, I would suggest the best thing for everyone concerned, in the end, is to mellow out and leave Israel to the Jews and either get along with them or go somewhere that it will be more peaceful and profitable for you.
Your socks are surprisingly absorbent.