Thursday, March 17, 2011

And in that day will I make Jerusalem a burdensome stone for all people: all that burden themselves with it shall be cut in pieces, though all the people of the earth be gathered together against it. (Zechariah 12:3)

Israel Land Fund: Netanyahu is Already Dividing Jerusalem (See article below)

My take on what is happening prophetically:
What Israel Land Fund Chairman Aryeh King is saying should have every ear of the Bible prophecy student alert to the nearness of the confirming of the covernant (Daniel 9:27), the Day of the Lord and the Rapture of the church.

We are fast approaching the beginning of the last seven years timeline, called the Tribulation, that will end in the War of Armageddon and the arrival of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ, with His Saints, Who will put down all rebellion and reign and rule from Jerusalem.

Bibi Netanyahu was elected on a platform of "no land for peace". His Likkud Party represents the conservative, right wing and his coalition includes other right wing and the ultra-right wing parties, like ultra-Orthodox Shas.

The settlers were led to believe and vote for a coalition that would not give up Judea/Samaria or East Jerusalem to its enemies.

This coalition appears to have held out for a few years but all the signs of betrayal of the settlers and the promises that Netanyahu and his party made are starting to become more and more obvious, as heralded in the above report. Here are some things that I have seen lately:

1. Roadblocks are being dismantled in the settlements. Checkpoints are being abandoned. The Israeli government has been increasingly giving in to the bullying of the Quartet. Some believe these have caused the recent massacre of the Jewish family in the village of Itamar.

2. Paramilitary palestinian forces are being given greater autonomy in Judea/Samaria. The US has finished training the palestinians and arming them.

3. As documented above, East Jerusalem is being divided and given over to the palestinians. Talk is even of reopening Orient House, the former hqs. of the PLO and their leader, arafat. This was definitely not supposed to happen under Netanyahu's administration.

5. Netanyahu has been accelerating his attempts to woo former Prime Minister Livni and her Kadima Party into his coalition. If he can do that it would keep his coalition from falling apart should Shas up and leave.

6. There's talk in Jerusalem and the US that Netanyahu is working on a new plan to restart the peace talks. A plan that has a real chance at getting both sides back to the table. He is supposed to make this plan public by April or May.

Netanyahu is between a rock and a hard place.

Without a doubt.

The rock is the Quartet. Its members, the US, the EU and the UN has been relentless in sending their ambassadors, deparment chiefs and all their counsels to Jerusalem, day after day, week after week, month after month to wear down Netanyahu and his goverment into accepting its fate: a palestinian state, side by side, living in peace and security (ha ha ha ha ha ).

The hard place has just recently sprung up but starting as a trickle, in South America, it is becoming a tsunami, rolling through the Middle East, Europe, Asia and ready to shortly encompass the whole world.

What is this hard place?

It's the acceleration of countries recognizing Palestine as a nation, complete with embassy in country and all diplomatic recognition as any other nation of the world. Currently there are 104 countries that recognize Palestine as a sovereign nation with the EU now considering it too, if there is no peace treaty signed between Israel and the palestinians by this September. I do believe that our President would join in too, especially if the EU carrys through with their threat.

Our President stated at the UN meeting last September that he believed that this process would be done within a year or by the next UN meeting in September, 2011. This date has become hard and fast if you listen to world leaders discussing the Mideast peace process now. Even Israeli Defense Minister Barak is convinced of this and is counseling Netanyahu to get serious about an agreement before the ball is taken out of Israeli hands and into the court of the UN Security Council.

Here's the rumour that is getting increasingly louder and louder:

If nothing is done towards finalizing a peace agreement by this September, the palestinians will take thier case to the UN and there the Security Counsel will listen and act, with NO abstensions and NO vetoes.

What does this mean?

A palestinian state with 1967 boarders and UN enforcement!

Oh......and the WRATH OF GOD! (Revelation 6:16)

Six months. Time is short!

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