Full Speed Ahead on Security Barrier and the Negev Preparation!
Supplement to Archive Prophecy Updates 224 and 65C
November 1, 2005
I encourage you to look in our Prophecy Update Archives and read Number 224 before reading what immediately follows and the extract from Ha’aretz by Mazel Mualem and Gideon Alon.
Prophecy Update 224 is titled “The Only Real Key to False Peace in Israel – Force and the Wall!” It is rather lengthy because it
is a consolidation of many of the Prophecy Updates I have issued on the Security Barrier over the last five years.
It closes with the following Scripture and paragraph.
BEGIN QUOTE FROM UPDATE 224
I Thessalonians 5:3,4 – For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape.  But ye, brethren, are not in darkness, that
th at d
ay should overtake you as a thief.
Of one thing I am certain, as I have repeatedly stated, the mindset of “peace and safety” must be real in the minds of the Israelis. And that mindset can only be in place when they actually believe they can control the “peace and safety’ by their own expertise, power, and ingenuity.
And the only way that can be developed in their mindset is by a completed security wall they feel sure will create a condition of “peace and safety.” Good ole Yassar Arafat could not control Hamas, the al-Aksa Martyr’s Brigades, or the Islamic Jihad, nor can Abbas!
Only when the Palestinian Authority (Fatah) is behind a Security Barrier, along with all the many other terrorist groups, can Israel have a real mindset the “peace and safety” will be controlled by their checkpoints and great military might. The security barrier is supposed to be completed in 2006.
I suspect Israel may believe they have “peace and safety” in 2007.”
END QUOTE FROM UPDATE 224
You might also want to take a look back in our Archives at Prophecy Updates 5 through 12 for a discussion of the role the Negev Wilderness will play in the coming tribulation period. The following extract from an article in Ha’aretz shows the inclination of Israel to put all its eggs, namely two, in one basket to hopefully attain peace – Force and the wall of separation between themselves
and the Palestinians.
BEGIN EXTRACT FROM HA’ARETZ ARTICLE
Sharon: Separation Fence to Take Top Priority
By Mazal Mualem and Gideon Alon
Ha’aretz Correspondents and Ha’aretz Service
October 31, 2005
Prime Minister Ariel Sharon told the Knesset Monday afternoon that the construction of the separation fence between Israel and the West Bank will go on without any budgetary or political hindrance.
Speaking on occasion of the opening of the Knesset’s winter session, Sharon said that as part of its defense efforts, Israel will complete the construction of the separation fence as quickly as it can, providing “maximum security and minimum hindrance of the lives of all the Palestinians.”
“We have no intentions to impede the orderly life of Palestinians so long as the relative calm is maintained,” he added.
The prime minister said “the last few days provided us with reminders of the region’s dangers,” referring to a recent suicide bombing in northern Israel in which five Israelis were killed and threats made by Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadenijad to “wipe Israel off the map.”
Sharon said the 2006 State Budget will reflect the new priorities of the government, which are topped by several burning internal issues.
he said the government will present a national plan to fight violence and crime “to offer each and every citizen improved personal safety at home and on the street.”
“We will fight crime from within with the same determination we fight terror from without,” he said.
The prime minister said the government will also invest considerable efforts and resources into the fight against poverty, the reform in the education system and the development of the Negev, Galilee and the greater Jerusalem.
END EXTRACT FROM HA’ARETZ ARTICLE