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I hope you don't mind if I add something.

You said: "I believe that the path to peace is a path of unconditional love, and to achieve that, one has to look for what they can LOVE. The solution is not to hate Israel and/or Jews and love Palestine and or Islam, but to LOVE both for what good there is."

Unconditional love, by definition, loves the unlovable. Jesus teaches us to "love our enemies" as He Himself loves His enemies and died for them. If we believe in Him and receive Him in Word and Spirit then we too are enabled by His grace to do likewise.

LOVE in the sense that God is LOVE does not depend in any way upon the object of that LOVE. The idea that we love that which is good and hate that which is evil is the fruit of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. This is a legitimate form of love but it is not LOVE in sense that God is LOVE. This is why we tend to get stuck in our human ideas of love and cannot transcend them. Even the Church, as a corporate entity, has remained in this realm of limited love for two millennia. Only individual Christians have entered into the Holiest Place and become true messengers of God's Grace which is His LOVE in action, His enabling LOVE, His empowering LOVE.

When scripture tells us that the Kingdom of God is righteousness, joy and peace in the Holy Spirit these are all expressions of God's Grace, His LOVE in manifestation. This condition is THE GOOD NEWS that can only be truthfully preached by evidencing the very nature of God Himself as Jesus, the firstborn Son of God did. This is why the Church has failed in her mission as it was always intended that she should. The next stage of the Revelation, the Unveiling, of the Lord Jesus Christ, Head and Body, will change this condition dramatically. Then the state of being you earnestly seek will be given to you.

"Jesus answered them: 'Truly, truly, I say to you, everyone who commits sin is a slave to sin. The slave does not remain in the house forever; the son remains forever. So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.'" (John 8:34-36)