Peace is the Cry, But a Middle East War is the Resultant!

Peace Is The Cry, But Middle East War Is The Resultant!

Cat and Mouse Obama-Netanyahu-Abbas Game Goes On.

Never Has The Cry For A Peace & Safety Echoed So Loudly,

And Never has the Evidence for the Final War been so Great,

The Prophetic Players, Toes, Horns, and Heads are all in Place,

Peace Mind Set is Firm, and the Sudden Destruction on the Way,

But exact time of sudden destruction cannot be known to the Day,

I believe it will begin at some point in time between 2010 and 2015!

November 30, 2009

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. [4] But ye, brethren, are not in darkness, that that day should overtake you as a thief.

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Romans 11:25 – For I would not, brethren, that ye should be ignorant of this mystery, lest ye should be wise in your own conceits; that blindness in part is happened to Israel, until the fulness of the Gentiles be come in.

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Jeremiah 30:7 – Alas! for that day is great, so that none is like it: it is even the time of Jacob’s trouble; but he shall be saved out of it.

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Romans 11:26-28 – And so all Israel shall be saved: as it is written, There shall come out of Sion the Deliverer, and shall turn away ungodliness from Jacob: [27] For this is my covenant unto them, when I shall take away their sins. [28] As concerning the gospel, they are enemies for your sakes: but as touching the election, they are beloved for the fathers’ sakes.

Begin Excerpt from THE JERUSALEM POST

The Region: More, more, more!

November 29, 2009


Finally, we know the terms of the US-Israel agreement on freezing construction in West Bank settlements. It is a good plan and represents a considerable, well-crafted, albeit unilateral, concession by Israel. No licenses will be granted or apartments started in the West Bank for the next 10 months. And Israel doesn’t consider east Jerusalem to be part of the West Bank.

The US government praised the decision; after all it was pretty much what President Barack Obama has been trying to obtain for nine months and has worked hard to negotiate. “We believe the steps announced by the prime minister are significant and could have substantial impact on the ground,” said George Mitchell, Obama’s Middle East special envoy.

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But, of course, it will have no impact whatsoever.

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On the contrary, the Palestinians and the Arab states will complain that it isn’t enough, that it doesn’t mean anything, and that they have more demands. Their openly stated demand is that Israel just hand over all the West Bank and east Jerusalem in exchange for nothing.

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In giving something in exchange for no material gain or even a gesture from the other side, Israel can only hope that the president appreciates this and remembers that he did not deliver on his promise to get some concession from the Arab side to match it.

But will it be appreciated and even kept by the Obama administration? Will the world give Israel any credit for making one more effort to show that it wants peace

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? Is it going to be widely understood as demonstrating – unfortunately – that the other side doesn’t? Is this going to affect the knee-jerk media view of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu as “hard-line”?

Probably not, but it’s worth a try. Obama will be president another three to seven years and he should be shown that Israel wants peace and is willing to cooperate with his efforts to a reasonable extent.

But that’s also why there’s a time limit. It’s not a high price to pay for keeping the US happy and showing Obama that Israel wants peace, is cooperative and is willing to make him look good. Certainly, it won’t please the Palestinians.

FOR REASONS different from what you might think, Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas is not so happy. He’s complained in an interview that Obama is “doing nothing right now” regarding the peace process.”I hope he’ll take a more important role in the future,” Abbas said. The Palestinians “are waiting for the United States to put pressure on Israel so it respects international law, so it takes up the road map… It can do two things: put pressure on the Israelis so they reject settlements, and put pressure so they accept withdrawing to the 1967 borders.”

Can you see the humor in this? Here’s Obama who campaigned and continues to say that his predecessor was “doing nothing” on the issue and that’s why it hadn’t been solved. Could Obama have possibly tried harder? He made it his most outspoken issue, talked about it constantly, met with leaders, put forward plans, pressured Israel, reached a deal with Israel that involved considerable Israeli concessions and asked for – but didn’ t receive – Arab help.

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Could the lesson be more obvious? The problem isn’t Obama or Netanyahu, it’s Abbas. He is the one refusing to negotiate and is making a president who promised talks within two months look bad.

Why is Abbas behaving this way: because he’s frustrated that progress isn’t being made? This claim is rather ironic since he’s the one blocking progress. The real reason is that he wants Obama to get him everything he wants without him making any compromises or concessions.

It isn’t going to happen. And the Palestinians, Arabs in general and many Muslims will blame Obama. This must be a shock to him since he’d have tried so hard and bent over backwards to make them happy. And this disrespect is coming from Abbas, leader of the group which Obama has tried hardest to help.

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Ironically, too, this is the first real foreign policy success

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for the Obama administration after 10 months in office. Yet the White House isn’t eager – or not likely to be successful – in so claiming since so many people never want to credit Israel’s compromises. Once Arab sources criticized Hillary Clinton’s enthusiasm, the administration backed down in its praise and looked for still new, albeit small, ways to show that it is tough on Israel.

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Objectively, though, bilateral relations are good, due in no small part to this step.

If the Palestinian side was sincere about negotiating and making peace, it would respond rationally.

Okay, they could say, it is only for 10 months but we can use that period to make so much progress that it will be extended. Even better, they could understand that if they made a peace treaty and got a state, there wouldn’t be any more settlements in the territory they would be ruling (though there would be on land swapped with Israel).

But, of course, Abbas and the PA don’t intend to do anything serious diplomatically in the next 10 months, or 20, or 30.

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All Abbas wants is that the United States force Israel to “accept withdrawing to the 1967 borders” and give up demands for settling Palestinians only in Palestine, not Israel.

Let’s all watch, see and draw appropriate conclusion about what actually happens. And for those who didn’t learn this lesson the last half-dozen times – most importantly from the fate of the 1990s’ peace process, Israel’s withdrawal from south Lebanon, Israel’s withdrawal from the Gaza Strip – this can be a less costly way of understanding that it is the Palestinian side that is blocking peace and that support for Israel is the proper response to this situation.

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Begin a Series of Six Excerpts from the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs/Daily Alert

Thanksgiving Day, November 26, 2009

Excerpt 1 from Israeli Prime Minister’s Office

Israel Announces Ten-Month Suspension of New Construction in West Bank

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

On Wednesday, “my cabinet authorized a policy of restraint regarding settlements which will include a suspension of new permits and new construction in Judea and Samaria for a period of ten months….We hope that this decision will help launch meaningful peace negotiations to reach a historic peace agreement that will finally end the conflict between the Palestinians and Israel….We have been told by many friends that once Israel takes the first step towards peace, the Palestinians and the Arab world would respond positively with steps of their own to create a virtuous cycle of goodwill.”

“I have already said that we will not build new settlements and that we would not expropriate additional land for existing settlements….I promised to enable normal life to continue for the three hundred thousand Israeli citizens, our brothers and sisters, who live in Judea and Samaria. That is why this suspension will not affect construction currently under way….Regarding Jerusalem, our sovereign capital…we do not put any restrictions on building in our sovereign capital.” (Prime Minister’s Office)

Excerpt 2 from Jerusalem Post

Moratorium Proves Settlements Have Never Been Obstacle to Peace

Tovah Lazaroff

Israel’s settlement moratorium proves that the settlements have never been an obstacle to peace, Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon said on Thursday. “This is only a limited window of opportunity. It will be sufficient to demonstrate whether the Palestinians are serious about peace or just serial excuse-givers. The gaze of the international community will now turn to the Palestinians and to the Arab world, something that the Palestinians in particular have fought hard to prevent for the last eight months.” (Jerusalem Post)

Excerpt 3 from Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Israel: We Hope Settlement Freeze Can Kick-Start Peace Talks

Israeli government spokesman Mark Regev told BBC on Wednesday: “We want to negotiate. We have made an unprecedented move today.

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We hope this can kick-start the peace talks forward. If you are looking for excuses not to talk, you can always find them, but it is a mistake. Israelis and Palestinians have to sit together.” (Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

Excerpt 4 from Washington Post

U.S. Praises Israeli Moratorium on West Bank Construction

Glenn Kessler

The Obama administration hailed the Israeli government’s announcement Wednesday that it intends to temporarily halt new residential construction in the West Bank. “We believe the steps announced by the prime minister are significant and could have substantial impact on the ground,” said George J. Mitchell, the special U.S. envoy for Middle East peace.

The Obama administration appeared eager to put a painful and lengthy dispute with Israel over settlement expansion behind it. The Israeli announcement came about as a result of extensive bilateral discussions, with sources saying a private understanding was reached that the Israeli government would be expected to maintain the moratorium if peace talks appeared to be making progress. (Washington Post)

Excerpt 5 from U.S. State Department

Clinton Sees Move Forward in Israeli Announcement

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Wednesday: “Today’s announcement by the Government of Israel helps move forward toward resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. We believe that through good-faith negotiations the parties can mutually agree on an outcome which ends the conflict and reconciles the Palestinian goal of an independent and viable state based on the 1967 lines, with agreed swaps, and the Israeli goal of a Jewish state with secure and recognized borders that reflect subsequent developments and meet Israeli security requirements.” (State Department)

Excerpt 6 from Jerusalem Post

Will U.S. Twist Arab Arms as Firmly as It Twisted Israel’s?

David Horovitz (Jerusalem Post)

Prime Minister Netanyahu has always evinced an ideological commitment to the growth of the settlement enterprise as a prime national interest. But he also fully appreciated the irreplaceable strategic value of the U.S.-Israel relationship.

President Obama was emphatically of the opinion that Israel needed to call a settlement freeze in order to generate goodwill for Arab states to bolster international leverage against Tehran, and goodwill for some of those same Arab

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states to begin the process of normalizing their ties with Israel.

Netanyahu may not believe for a moment that a settlement freeze will have any impact on Arab states’ attitudes to Iran.

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He may be skeptical that a settlement freeze will prompt significant progress on Arab normalization with Israel.

But in order to prevent a crisis in ties with Washington, while placing the negotiating ball firmly in the Palestinian and Arab court, Netanyahu made his choice. Presumably, the U.S. is now trying to twist Arab arms as firmly as it twisted his.

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