In the land of Canaan: the Palestinians, as it happens, aren’t really Arabs—or are only culturally so. They’re really Canaanites—as are the Jews. So this question, as used in rhetoric by both sides, as to “who the land really belongs to” is null—because this is a civil war within the same tribe. Indeed, if you put a Palestinian and an Israeli next to each other you would be hard pressed to tell them apart—because they are closely related. Indeed, many Palestinians are probably descended from Jews who converted to Christianity or Islam (or Christianity, then Islam—as the invasions panned out).
“Lo, did I smite him with my sandal—for he was impudent in the land of Canaan.” And much were his lamentations upon the land, so that he did cry out, “LORD! Why hast thou forsaken me in the hour of my peril?”. But lo, the LORD did not answer. And many came unto the land: men, women, servants, oxen, goats, chattel, and all with their wash-pots about them. Verily, a multitude were upon the land. And Jebaoth said unto them: “Heed now in the time of our need the words of the children of Moab.” And they did impeach him—and the LORD answered, and they were scattered unto the last hundred into the land of Egypt. Selah.”
Or something like that, anyway. And so it has continued “from time immemorial”—the usual tribal inter-cousin war; perhaps not fratricidal, in technical terms, but something very much like it. And that’s what we’re watching right now—the savageness of the narcissism of minor differences. Out of the land of Canaan there came many tribes…and many whoredoms were upon them.
So Palestinians just aren’t that Arab, as it turns out—which perhaps explains, in part, why the Arabs aren’t worried about them. Islam claims to be a universal religion where “all are equal”, but its sacred book is in Arabic and the lines associated with Mohammad, the Sharifs and so on, remain exulted down to this day (and in some cases represent tribes, such as the Qureshi, who predate the prophet)—and, meanwhile, black Africans served as slaves until the 1970s in places like Oman.
You never hear much about Indonesian Muslims, even though there are about 200M of them, precisely because they’re not Arabs—so they’re not militant. Their Islam has taken on their racial characteristics. And they don’t feel as much solidarity with the ummah—the supposed Muslim nation—because that nation is really an Arab nation at heart.
The Gulf States are, for their part, hopelessly corrupt—bin Laden had already worked that out in the 1980s. Hence the Gulf monarchies were about to normalise relations with Israel—before Hamas intervened (even now they intercept missiles on the way to Israel from Yemen and arrest preachers who condemn Israel in the mosques).
Doubtless the Gulf monarchs became Freemasons long ago—the fire in the belly you found in the 1970s, where they were prepared to use oil as a weapon, has gone. And to look at the propaganda out of Dubai and even Riyadh I don’t see a difference between what they say and Las Vegas (even women can learn to drive now…it’s only a matter of time before they can get OnlyFans).
So Islamic cross-race solidarity is actually thin. Who do the Palestinians rely on for aid? On the Iranians, who are Shia not Sunni—but again, this religious divide relates to race; because Shiism emerged when Aryan Iran was conquered by the Muslims, and it emerged to preserve Indo-Aryan religion in the context of persecution by a Semitic revealed religion (to preserve Zarathustrian ideas, to preserve initiatory ideas)—and this was where Sufism, which is entirely initiatory and nothing like exoteric Islam, was also founded. And, of course, it is to Iran that the “Islamic Golden Age” belongs—because it was all based on Persian Aryan blood, not on the riders of Mohammad.
And it is the Shia in Lebanon, Hezbollah, who form the northern front against Israel—and in Syria the Alawites are allied with the Shia. There are many sub-sects like the Alawites who mix Christianity, Islam, and older Indo-Aryan beliefs together but call themselves, on the exoteric level, “Muslims”. The Yazidis are of interest in this regard—they who worship “the Peacock Angel”, said to be Lucifer himself (but really an avatar of Shiva's son, Subrahmanya—usually depicted as a peacock but also with the other Yazidi symbol, a snake).
Yazidis have the bluest eyes and fairest skin—perhaps being infused with blood from Alexander’s soldiers (yet, in reality, these “Luciferians”—these “courtiers of Lucifer” are just practitioners of the old Indo-Aryan religion; it’s an initiatory religion—just as with Sufism and the Alawites, it’s about the process whereby you become “an awakened one”).
The Sunni Islamic State, a cat’s paw for Israel, made particular efforts to exterminate the Yazidis for this very reason—to extirpate the Indo-Aryan initiation and the blood. Hence we can see the conflict in the region in racial terms as not merely being between “Islam and Judaism” but rather as being between areas with remnants of Aryan blood and religion and the Semites—the former being the real opponents of Israel. Indeed, Syria is “al-Sham” (the land of the sun)—and this relates it, in esoteric terms, to Thule (land of the sun).
You cannot really disconnect religion and blood—the spiritual is latent in the blood. You cannot explain the world by blood alone—but the world is actuated by more than “ideas” or “faiths”. Hence the local conflict could be seen as “a civil war in the land of Canaan”, while there is a wider conflict is between Aryan and Semitic blood—with the Aryans even taking Islam itself seriously, whereas its progenitors have abandoned it; hence the Iranians remain more loyal to the idea than the descendants of Mohammad, since it is in their blood to be so noble.