ما شاء الله, خدا بخواهد, Mashallah
أتعهد بالولاء لأمة واحدة تحت الله مع الحرية والعدالة للجميع (Arabic).
من عهد وفاداری به یک ملت تحت خدا با آزادی و عدالت برای همه است. (Persian).
I pledge allegiance to one nation under God with liberty and justice for all (United States of America, Pledge of Allegiance, as edited by this author).
إن شاء الله, به خواست خدا, Inshallah
Bashar al-Assad of Syria had wanted, in the country he had inherited from his father, a constitutional transition from his hold on power in the context of the Arab Spring, not a civil war.
In the summer of the season of the Arab Spring, the crisis in Syria of failed diplomacy has taught lessons to Syria’s Friends and to its neighbors to avoid, in wisdom, a fratricidal war between the brothers of the word, including the Zionists in their Jerusalem.
Mohamed Morsi Isa El-Ayyat, the newly elected president of Egypt, of the Muslim Brotherhood of Hasan al-Banna is working with his neighbors in Arabia and Persia to put together a coalition in Syria, of Sunni and Shia, of the consensus of the scripture, Ahlu-s-Sunnah, and of the descendants of Mohammed.
The people of the Koran, majority sunni in Syria and Saudi Arabia and majority shia in Iran and Iraq, with holy places in Mecca and Medinah and in Iran, are to unite to stop the massacre of their own because Assad, after Egypt and Libya, does not want to die in exile forced by America’s and Israel’s will, as is the situation with former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak – exiled by the United States and the Egyptian military after Tahrir Square from the country he had led for Egypt, America and Israel. Even if dictator, given US role, America must never exile heads of state from their homelands.
Before there ever were the sunni and the shia, there was the prophet’s Ummah, the one nation of Muslim solidarity under God, for they were all descendants of the word, the word passed from Abraham to Isaac, to Jesus, and to Mohammed.