Muslims Fighting Jews with Solar Technology

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When one thinks of solar technology, they think of California hippies sitting in the sun singing “Kumbaya” and saving the world. Things are a bit different in the Middle East. Over there, Muslims are looking for new ways to fight the Jews and they are doing so with the sun.

MUSLIMS USE SOLAR TECHNOLOGY TO FIGHT JEWS AND FUEL BLOCKADE

In the Middle East, oil is power. However, a group of crafty college Muslims found a way to steal that power with solar technology. Recently, students in Gaza developed a car that runs entirely off of the sun’s energy. With this invention, they are able to get around the fuel blockade and create thair own, independent source of energy. While this alone won’t beat the Jews in the Gaza-Israel conflict, it marks a big step forward in moving away from oil dependency.

IS SOLAR TECHNOLOGY ENOUGH TO STOP FIGHT BETWEEN MUSLIMS AND JEWS?

The Gaza-Israel conflict is not exactly an easy one to solve. It’s part of the wider, Israel-Palestinian conflict that has pitted Muslims against Jews for years.  Since 1996, the Gaza strip has been separate from Israel due to the Israeli-Gaza barrier. This intention here was to keep Gazans from entering Israel. Gazans are no longer permitted to enter Israel to work. Furthermore, they need special permits to enter for medical purposes. This has made travel for Palestinians quite a difficult task. Hence forcing them to become more resourceful in their ways. As a result, we see inventions like this solar technology car come to fruition. While it’s still no Tesla Model S, it’s a major development for Gazans due to their limited resources.

JEWS KILLING MUSLIMS WITH BLOCKADE; SOLAR TECHNOLOGY TO THE RESCUE

Along with the travel restrictions, Israel considered Gaza a hostile territory in 2007. This allowed Israel to prevent electricity, fuel, and other supplies from entering Gaza. The goal here was to pressure Hamas into stopping rocket attacks and starve them of supplies. However, this had a bad effect on the citizens of Gaza. Hence, the actions were deemed as “collective punishment”. Hopefully, new tech like this continues to develop so Gazans can remove themselves from this dilemma and become energy dependent. Furthermore, this could take money away from the oil industry. Oil is the root of many problems in the Middle East and the world in general. Taking the power away from the rich put it in the hands of the common man that knows what’s best for the collective.


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