Michael Laitman
Founder and president of Bnei Baruch Kabbalah Education & Research Institute

What Would It Take for Israel and Iran to Make Peace?

In the future, Israel and Iran will develop close ties. They will come together with a peace agreement. It might look like it needs a miracle, but I see it happening.

Iranians themselves do not like war. They are not a fighting nation. Perhaps they do so through others, but not themselves. By character, Iranians are very close to Jews, and I do not think that the majority of Iranians hate Jews.

In order to invert the current trajectory that is headed toward a harsh military collision, and which could expand to a World War, to one that would prevent such a conflict, we Jews need only unite and raise a prayer to the Creator—the upper force of love and bestowal—to help us come together and find favor in the eyes of the world, that everyone will know that we are all for peace.

Together with the current picture of Iran wishing to destroy Israel and aspiring for nuclear warheads, I am also sure that we will find closeness and an agreement between us. I hold a warm feeling toward the Iranians, and I am willing to connect with them. It might seem like they need to change in order to realize such a connection, but on the contrary, if we, the people of Israel, wish to positively connect among each other, then no one will want to approach us with any negative intent.

The fact that we presently see enemies from all sides wishing for our destruction, it is due to our own behavior among each other. Just take a look at what goes on in the streets of Israel and we can find enough examples of us not taking care of the hatred among each other. Our lack of efforts in creating our own positive connection ends up inviting the world to hate us.

We Jews need to reach the realization that the attitude of the world toward us depends entirely on our own positive and strong ties among each other. If we develop positive relations among ourselves, then all nations and peoples will likewise form positive relations, and we will then be felt as a source of goodness in the world.

About the Author
Michael Laitman is a PhD in Philosophy and Kabbalah. MSc in Medical Bio-Cybernetics. Founder and president of Bnei Baruch Kabbalah Education & Research Institute. Author of over 40 books on spiritual, social and global transformation. His new book, The Jewish Choice: Unity or Anti-Semitism, is available on Amazon:
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