May 042016
 

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JPost: “Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump advocated for the continued building of settlements in the West Bank on Wednesday, The Daily Mail reported.

Contrary to the building magnate’s previous indication of neutrality on the issue of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Trump rejected the proposal of a halt in new construction.

“Thousands of missiles [are] being launched into Israel. Who would put up with that? Who would stand for it?” Trump said. “I’d love to negotiate peace. But I mean a lasting peace, not a peace that lasts for two weeks and they start launching missiles again.”

Opinion: Mr. Trump is now the (presumptive) Republican nominee for president, but his position on Israel gets more confusing with each speech.

  • Feb. 17 “Trump: I’ll be neutral on Israel and Palestine”
  • Mar 26 “Basically I support a two-state solution on Israel”
  • Mar 21 “When I become president, the days of treating Israel like a second-class citizen will end on day one”
  • May 3 “PM Benjamin Netanyahu should continue building West Bank settlements”

Translation: Mr. Trump has no clue how to deal with a 4000 year old feud. There are already two states side by side and they look like this: Israel and Jordan.

And unless I need stronger glasses, Jordan looks bigger.

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Now, if what the Palestinians and Mr. Trump want is third state, they should say so …

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May 032016
 
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Breaking Israel News: “In what could be seen as a plot to further vilify the Jewish state, the UN plans to thoroughly scrutinize Palestinian claims of “torture” at the hands of Israel in a two-day hearing which will take place this week.

Officially established in 1987, the UN Convention Against Torture is a body made of up 10 members who are dedicated to preventing torture and any other international claims of inhumane, cruel, or degrading treatment. The upcoming hearing is standard practice for each of the 159 countries that signed the convention; Israel added its name to the list in 1991.

At least 13 left-wing non-governmental organizations (NGOs), several Israeli, submitted reports to the UN committee claiming that the Jewish state has explicitly violated the Convention Against Torture.”

dafnaOpinion: The UN is real upset that the Israeli government has a policy of destroying the homes of terrorists, as well as the treatment of young terrorists, like Morad Bader Abdullah Adais, who stabbed Dafna Meir, a mother of six in her home.

The selective outrage of the UN made no mention of three of Dafna’s children watching their mother being stabbed to death, or the terror training camps to which Palestinian families send their children to teach them how to kill Jews.

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May 032016
 

Zero Hedge: “US “boots on the ground” on Iraq have just suffered their first casualty.

Moments ago US Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced that the Islamic State killed the first U.S. serviceman in Iraq who was aiding Kurdish fighters near the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, RT reports. A statement from the US-led forces in Iraq added the fatality was “a result of enemy fire.” “It is a combat death, of course. And a very sad loss,” Carter told reporters at a press conference in Germany.”

Opinion: Be sure to watch till the end.

 

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May 032016
 

The Algemeiner: “You know, they (Palestinians) grow up as young children hating, hating, hating Israel. I think the deal can be made. But we got to be smart and we got to use our best people; gotta use me, but we got to use our best people. And I know the best people.

Now, with that being said, some of the smartest people I know from Israel say ‘We’d love to make the deal.’ — you know, I’ve never met a person from Israel that didn’t want to make the deal. But it is just a very hard deal to make because it’s years of — of whatever. But I’d love to be able to make that deal.”

Opinion: The deal that Mr. Trump would love to make would be another two-state solution. In the years leading up to Israel’s statehood in 1948, the UN did create two states side by side: Israel for Jews and Jordan for Arabs.

But since no remembers or cares about that, another deal will need to be made to fulfill prophecy. The question is by whom?

Then he shall confirm a covenant with many for one week; But in the middle of the week he shall bring an end to sacrifice and offering. And on the wing of abominations shall be one who makes desolate, Even until the consummation, which is determined, Is poured out on the desolate.”

Daniel 9:27 is all about that deal except Daniel called it a covenant. The many is considered to mean Israel and her neighbors, and one week (Hebrew, shabua) is 7 years.

Therefore, the middle of the week is 3.5 years, and most Bible teachers agree that he, is Antichrist, who will bring an end to sacrifice and offering, meaning:

Animal sacrifice must have previously started. And since sacrifices and offerings can only be done in a temple, the Jews will have received permission to build the prophesied third temple, from he, Antichrist.

The wing of Abominations is a reference to a previous abomination of desolation that took place in 165 BC when Antiochus Epiphanes (mad man) slaughtered a pig in the Holy of Holies, which led to cleansing of the temple, and the feast of Hanukah.

So Mr. Trump may be right, if …

 

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May 022016
 

Breaking Israel News: “Last year, a Turkish pollster found that one in every five Turks thought that the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris was the natural response to men who insulted Prophet Mohammed.

Infidels who were enemies of Islam thought they buried Islam in the depths of history when they abolished the caliphate on March 3, 1924 … Some 92 years after … we are shouting out that we will re-establish the caliphate, here, right next to the parliament.” — Mahmut Kar, media bureau chief for Hizb ut-Tahrir Turkey.

At a March meeting with top U.S. officials, King Abdullah of Jordan accused Turkey of exporting terrorists to Europe. He said: “The fact that terrorists are going to Europe is part of Turkish policy and Turkey keeps on getting a slap on the hand, but they are let off the hook.”

And Turkey is the country its Western allies believe will help them fight jihadists? Lots of luck!

Opinion: Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been in Turkish politics since 1994:

  • Mayor of İstanbul from 1994 to 1998.
  • Prime Minister of Turkey from 2003 to 2014
  • President of Turkey since 2014

Erdogan is a very ambitious man whose radical Muslim terror ideology came to the surface in the 2010 Mavi Marmara incident. The flotilla attempted to break the Israeli-imposed Gaza blockade that stops weapons and rockets from entering Gaza. Nine Turkish terrorists were killed

No humanitarian aid has ever been blocked from reaching Gaza.

Since Turkey is a member of NATO, the West/UN gave him a pass on the flotilla incident as did President Obama who went so far as to coerce Netanyahu to apologize for the incident.

From there, the Turkish Czar wannabe has been an outspoken supporter of Hamas and overtly involved in supporting ISIS while pretending to arrest Jihadi fighters only to free them at a later date. The West pretends not to notice.

The entire Erdogan family has been overtly supporting the terror group. We have two posts ( herehere) on Erdogan offspring aiding ISIS operatives:

Bilal Erdogan, a son, is involved in selling ISIS oil on the black market while raising an estimated 1 billion for weapons and supplies for the terror group; while sister Sümeyye, provides extended medical care for ISIL wounded militants transferred to Turkish hospitals.

What makes us so sure of the deception is that Turkey will be a key member of the future Gog/Magog invasion of Israel in the war just preceding the tribulation (Ezekiel 36:1-6).

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