So we are now at the conclusion of the novel, the final state. We are talking about Peace against Freedom. It’s a reference to the beautiful discussion we had in New York, so we wanted to mention is also in the novel.
We are from the beginning to the end. The sacred freedom was the unexpected result of the war. It wasn’t the initial aim of our enemies, we know this. They wanted their peace but it was a peace of death. Their aim was to kill us. For them it was the only way to get peace. You see, you get peace with death, like the genocide but the point is, is this peace, free?
But it was a strategic error. It was an act against Humanity. We understood that peace was against freedom and we chose freedom. Peace was dependent on societies but freedom was a gift of Mankind. Each society can define a peace but not exactly a peace for all. So the point is that we prefer freedom. The Old City had to be free. It was important for all the people of the Book. All the holy places had to be opened. Any access had to be free, for all of them. We fought for all those people who wanted to continue believing without fears, without obstructions from the occupation. And this happened due to our struggle. Now it’s our duty to keep the Old City safe and secure. We are warriors of Mankind. You remember that this is the title of our previous book.
We never give up our position. The Old City has to be the kingdom of freedom because it’s the continuity of the past. You remember the Old City f time.
The Old City is made for the dead, the living and the unborn people because it’s a part of Mankind and we are its shield of light.