(Ahmed) and (Samuel) were two children living in the confines of a street (Benghazi) called Sidi (Said) Street… That street included Jewish families living within Muslim families. .. When you realize the nature of their lives, you do not find anything that separates them from each other in their way of life. Even the social customs were close and attached to them, hardly anyone could touch the difference between them in living and lifestyle, and you cannot be aware of these people that they are from Another or from another world.
These children did not carry in themselves anything that separated them from each other. Each of them considered themselves from one family. Included within the framework of one homeland and no single conflict broke out between them through their residence among them, and they did not turn away from playing each other… With each other and they did not feel that nothing separated them, their families were living in one family, and they were dominated by the same customs, and it does not occur to you that they descended from heaven, but Jewish families that had deep roots in living among Libyan families since time immemorial, so they adapted to the Libyan custom except in On Saturday, where Libyan families do their duty on Saturday for them… it was The two children met almost daily and played and used to go to one Arab school and even receive the Islamic religion in the classes.
There was no discrimination. And no one forced them to leave their religion. No conflict broke out between their families, but rather they intervened to end the conflict even between families. The neighboring Islamic, and when you enter the Jewish house, it is as if you are in your own home and you do not feel alienated in it… Many Jewish families lived in the confines of the city, and these families did not differentiate in the way of living, nor the food, nor the drink, nor the clothes, and the Arabic language was the prevailing language. Between them they never spoke Hebrew between you and them, and the Jewish neighborhood used to visit with the Arabs, and their mixing was the most in joys and sorrows… The fateful day in the history of the relationship was the Zionists’ announcement in the year 48 that Palestine, the Arab state, was a state for the Jews… and (Palestine) was transformed the state (the Talmud) …??
Since history, hatred and racism have remained the constitution for the new state, and the Palestinians have continued to live in the diaspora, and in (ghettos) the similarity of today’s (Ghetto) to the Native Americans in the state of (Oklahoma). And the Jews in (Palestine) still carry the Talmud to enter it in the Al-Aqsa Mosque. Which has deep roots in the history of the Islamic conquest. I still remember to this day when racism took root in the souls of the Jews when my cousin married a Jewish girl, the girl who converted to Islam and never abandoned the rituals of practicing the Islamic religion even an iota. And her Jewish family freed her from any obstacle to communicate with her through her feet about marrying a Muslim. Hatred was aroused by the Jews who consider themselves God’s chosen people and that God chose them over all people. The end of the Jewish world will be not in (Palestine) but in the whole world.