Monday, March 19, 2007

Strong Will for Separation

Strong Will for Separation

In 1997, a symbolic year for me, too, two prominent ladies died: Mother Teresa in September and Princess Diana in August.

Why God wanted the two distinctive souls almost at one time is yet to be analyzed.
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If Princess Diana had not died, she would have, reportedly, remarried a son of the parents, an Egyptian billionaire and a sister of Mr. Adnan Khashoggi, a Saudi billionaire arms merchant.

From Princess Diana's tragedy, however, we can get some inference:
- Difference in religion cannot be an obstacle to super-rich people for their association.
(Princess Diana was even remotely linked with prominent Rothschild families through her mother's sister.)

- If Princess Diana had intended to remarry a richer person than a nephew of Mr. Adnan Khashoggi, a Saudi billionaire arms merchant, she could have been provided with more excellent guards and thus could have avoided the fatal car accident.

If Princess Diana had intended to remarry, for example, a king of an oil rich Islamic country, she should have been living today, since such a king could have provided more sufficient protection and security. Then, British Royal Family, the Rothschilds, and an Islamic Kingdom would have been all linked by living and lovely Princess Diana, which might have had a peaceful influence on some Arab terrorists at least psychologically.

Princess Diana, however, died on August 31, 1997. And, from the next year, attacks on the U.S. by Arab terrorists got really intensified, leading to the decisive 9/11 attacks in 2001.
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One clear characteristic of Islam is its strong will to separate itself from Christianity.

For 1400 years since the foundation of Islam, Allah or God has not changed this principle. This is the key to understanding the relation among, or the significance of existence of, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.

Princess Diana's tragedy, at least, reminded me of this relation between Christianity and Islam.
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If Mother Teresa was a kind of female decent tygers for her great achievement, Princess Diana is a kind of red, red roses for her affections.

But, since 1997, we might be requested to consider the states and conditions around the two deceased Christian ladies, imperfection of which might be a remote cause for the present War on Terror.

(There might be a kind of female wolves with glamour around or near you. But, it is better than a leopard that cannot change its spots.)