Another kind of battle was taking place at the same time in Jerusalem, Israel. The United States Consulate, which serviced Arabs living east of the Green Line, decided it was going to begin arming Arab guards at the compound.
In January 2015, when President Obama said he was angered at “an attack on journalists” in Paris while he ignored the attack on Jews which he later belittled as being “random,” he was simultaneously arming Palestinian Arabs inside of the US consulate in Jerusalem in blatant disregard of US-Israeli agreements.
Obama’s vice president at that time is now President Biden, who has promised to reopen a consulate to Palestinian Arabs, even as he is warned that such an action will likely bring down the Israeli government.
The Obama Administration essentially set up an armed Palestinian militia inside the US Jerusalem consulate in 2015. Today, Biden is writing his own playbook on using the consulate to destabilize the Jewish State. Read more on the History of 18 Agron Street Consulate HERE
Opinion: The primary reason for re-opening a Palestinian consulate in Jerusalem is to recognize Palestinian claims on Jerusalem. Weaponizing the consulate is an act of war.
O’Biden was/is all in on both counts. It would be too simple to write off this frantic push to re-open the consulate as undoing every Trump move, rather than calling it what it is: anti-Semitism deeply embedded in the government of the only nation left that protects Israel.
While most people in the US will not grasp this, you can take it to the bank that Arabs do. Opening the Palestinian consulate gives Esau a legitimate claim on the city he traded for a bowl of soup (Genesis 35:29-34).
There are three wars, Psalm 83, Ezekiel 38-39 and Daniel 11:40-45 prophesied to take the world to the return of Jesus Christ. Psalm 83 is an Arab alliance whose battle cry was written over 3000 years ago.
“They have said, “Come, and let us cut them off from being a nation, That the name of Israel may be remembered no more.”
See more on the Psalm 83 alliance HERE