Secret document reveals: EU will help Palestinians take over Area C


Arutz Sheva: A document drafted by the European Commission in Eastern Jerusalem calls for helping the Palestinians actively take control of land in areas C under full Israeli control.

A report by Channel 13 News revealed the document from which it appears that the Union will work to map land to prove Palestinian rights there – without leaving traces of its activities. The document appears to point to the EU’s use of left-wing organizations in Israel for this purpose.

The EU also calls for “following and monitoring Israeli archaeological activity in the area” – on the grounds that it is being used as a pretext for settlement building in Judea and Samaria.

The document also states that there is a need for a common European vision and a more coordinated approach between the parties in Europe in order to maximize the ability to expand involvement in Area C.

It was reported that Israeli officials received access to the document and are currently studying it. Read More …

Opinion: Excerpt from our post October 12, 2022

Oslo II agreed jurisdictions:

  • Area A = Palestinian control
  • Area B = Shared jurisdiction Israel/Arab
  • Area C = Israeli control

(Areas A, B and C came into existence about 25 years ago, after they emerged in legal documents related to the Oslo negotiations – especially the interim agreement between Israel and the PLO signed in September 1995 known as the Oslo II Accord)

What’s at stake for the European Union is God’s judgment in Genesis 12:3.

The final prophet of the Old Testament, Malachi, foretold a time when the descendants of Esau would return to the land to try to take back what their ancestor sold for a bowl of red lentil soup (Genesis 25:29-24).

In Malachi 1:1-3 the prophet lets it be known that God has chosen Jacob, in no uncertain terms, no matter how many pastors and Bible teachers try to water it down:

“I have loved you,” says the Lord.
“Yet you say, ‘In what way have You loved us?’
Was not Esau Jacob’s brother?”
Says the Lord.
“Yet Jacob I have loved;
But Esau I have hated,
And laid waste his mountains and his heritage
For the jackals of the wilderness.” 

The Hebrew word used śānē’ as defined by the Blue Letter Bible as

to hate, be hateful

  1. (Qal) to hate

    1. of man

    2. of God

    3. hater, one hating, enemy

So no ambiguity there.

After establishing that, Malachi 1:4 goes further …

Even though Edom has said,
“We have been impoverished,
But we will return and build the desolate places,


In the 6th century BC, Esau’s tribe was pushed out of their mountain home by a Nabatean tribe. Esau’s descendants moved west but not wanting to take on the more powerful Egyptians, settled in Judea while the Jews were being marched off to Babylon.

The area had so many Edomites that the Romans and Greeks called it Idumea. Tradition holds that Judas came from a town in Judea called Kerioth, a variation of Iscariot, the only apostle whose hometown name was used, and Jesus was brutally direct in the 7 woes directed at the Pharisees in Matthew 23:1-36.

Malachi 1:5 gives us the final verdict:

Thus says the Lord of hosts:

“They may build, but I will throw down;
They shall be called the Territory of Wickedness,
And the people against whom the Lord will have indignation forever.
Your eyes shall see,
And you shall say,
‘The Lord is magnified beyond the border of Israel.’

One day, possibly very soon, a much larger Israel will be restored to the Jewish people when Jesus Christ returns for 1000 years of peace and Jacob will be esteemed:

“Thus says the Lord of hosts: ‘In those days ten men from every language of the nations shall grasp the sleeve of a Jewish man, saying, “Let us go with you, for we have heard that God is with you.” Zechariah 8:23