The Struggle and Where it all Began

IMG_1705 IMG_1708 IMG_1710These pictures  speak to the courage of God’s chosen people to inhabit  the land He gave them.  They continue to “build new settlements” on the rocky hills in Judea and Samaria.  The government can and sometimes does come in and bulldoze what they have spent blood, sweat, tears and life savings to build.  The fertile rich valleys are handed over to the “Palestinians”.  (For the record, “The West Bank” was what Jordan called it when they took over the territory, but it was returned to Israel in the miraculous 6 day war in 1967 and they do have a legal right to it.  However the Israeli government is under tremendous world pressure to “quit occupying” and hand over the land to the “Palestinians”.  We’ve seen in the recent Gaza war what happens when they do that.  They’ve ALREADY tried the “2 State Solution” with Gaza.  Look what happened.   There is only one “ISRAELI Solution”.  Read Carolyn Glick’s book.

 

 

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One response to “The Struggle and Where it all Began

  1. Indeed, Carolyne is spot on that the only hope for peaceful existence between the “Palestinians” and Israeli’s is a “One State” solution! The “Palestinian” (Arab) Christians would certainly agree to that, and I would venture to say that many of the Arab Muslims, such as JPost writer Khaled Abu Toemah, would agree as well. Those of course would be Muslims who are not “fundamentalist” in their practice, or even “non-practicing” Muslims.

    But the fundamentals of Islam will simply not abide the existence of Israel as a Jewish State, and the HAMAS Charter as well as the PLO Charter state emphatically that they will never negotiate peace with Israel, and the only answer to the problem is jihad until the Jews are gone from the Holy Land. No options!

    The players are setting up for Ezekial 38, the battle of Gog and Magog. Assad will be taken down in Syria. When that is finished they will move on Israel.

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