Major justification for major Islam war has Arisen!
What causes the king of the south to push North?
The Jerusalem Post excerpt may be a major Factor,
Causing Hizbullah to release missiles across all Israel,
Leading Israelis to push north into Counterattack Trap
Set by northern Syrian king, Iran, Turkey, and Hizbullah!
Gas and oil fields are the black gold standard of this Planet,
Mammon is THE GOD of all the nations residing on its Surface!
Daniel 11:40,41 – And at the time of the end shall the king of the south push at him: and the king of the north shall come against him like a whirlwind, with chariots, and with horsemen, and with many ships; and he shall enter into the countries,
and shall overflow and pass over.  He shall enter also into the glorious land, and many countries shall be overthrown,
July 1, 2010
The massive underwater gas fields discovered in the Mediterranean off the west and northwest coast of Israel will be a major factor in the future war between Islam and Israel. It will be used as justification for Hizbullah to unleash thousands of rockets southward into Israel, which will draw an immediate northward push into southern Lebanon by Israel, and the final war of the Age of the Gentiles will begin. I do not think the war will begin this year, but I do believe it will occur prior to 2015, and the odds of it occurring will increase with each passing year.
The age of so-called civilized warfare really began in the era of the Napoleonic Wars of 1803 to 1815.
And, with the passage of time, it has become increasingly important for the two countries involved in a conflict to convince the rest of the world the other is the culprit who started the conflict. Every time Hitler, in his early conquests, marched his troops into countries to take them over in bloodless battles, he always had an excuse to justify his attacks.
Finally, when he came to his planned conquest of the Poles, he could not really find what even remotely seemed like a justifiable reason. So he manufactured one. He had his own SS troops dress up in Polish uniforms and attack a German border outpost. Then the SS put dead Polish bodies in the immediate vicinity of the outpost and had photographers and reporters in to verify their story. Using this farce as justification for his actions, he attacked Poland in September of 1939, and World War II began.
I do not believe what I am now observing in that area will lead to an immediate war, but I suspect it may well do so in the not too distant future.
And, if I am correct in my assumptions, it could give the Syrians justification for attacking Israel in the eyes of most of the international world.
Former U.S. President Bush demanded that Syria cut it’s backing for the Hizbollah terrorists that operate along the southern border of Lebanon, and that it expel the other Palestinian terrorist groups it currently has operating out of Syria. Damascus is now hosting 10 Palestinian terrorist groups, which include the extremist groups Hamas and Islamic Jihad. In response to the demands of President Bush, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said: “Syria supports the Lebanese national resistance, including Hizbollah, in resisting Israeli occupation and liberating land.”
Concerning the demand that the other terrorist groups in Syria be removed, Assad said: “Their work is limited to political and media activities, and their offices in Damascus provide political representation to the 400,000 Palestinians who look to attain their rights and return to their land.” Israel has repeatedly warned Syria that if Hizbollah continued its border attacks on Israeli civilians and troops on its northern border, they would start hitting targets in Syria in retaliation. Bashar has responded by saying that Syria would defend itself against any Israeli action.
He said: “If the Israeli government involves itself in waging aggression on the territory of Syria, then Syria will defend itself.”
Israel’s policy against recent the Hizbollah refortification has shown remarkable restraint, probably because of not wanting to open a second front of conflict to the one they now have going in the Gaza Strip.
Israel has held back from violent retaliation. So now Bashar al-Assad has joined with Iran to provide heavier rockets for the Hizbollah arsenal of terror. Israeli officials have watched Hizbollah deploy thousands of new missiles and rockets that are aimed at Israeli civilian population centers. on externally.
During the time that Alexander’s great empire had been divided into four sections, the Syrian section (Seleucid) held Israel some of the time, and the Egyptian section (Ptolemy) held it when they took it from the Syrians. Israel was at times a part of the Egyptian section, at times a part of the Syrian section, and at times a part of both. Daniel lists a very long series of battles between the king of the north (Syria) and the king of the South (Egypt). Most of Daniel’s prophecies about these two kingdoms were fulfilled by their many kings from Daniel 11:4 through 35, but there remains one war yet to be fulfilled, and I believe it is the aforementioned Jihad that begins in Daniel 11:40. Since Israel was once part of the section occupied by Ptolemy, I am persuaded that Israel is the king of the south and Syria is the king of the north in Daniel 11:40-45.
I suspect that after Israel has lulled itself into a false sense of peace and safety by it’s military might, it will have gained even more confidence in its great ability to take care of any Islamic intrusion. It may well be that Syria will get Hizbollah to kick up a storm of activity along the northern border by launching a massive missile and rocket attack across the border into the populations of northern Israel. Syria will do this knowing that Israel will cross the border into Lebanon and hit Syrian targets from the air.
But this time Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, and Iran will be waiting for it, and six other Islamic nations will be poised to supply logistical support. The Islamic nations can cry out while they head south: “We were attacked first, we are justified in this response to the Israeli invasion of our sovereign territory.” This will cause a hesit ation by the western world
at first and, by the time it wakes up, Jerusalem will have fallen, and Israel will be fleeing into the Negev.
Daniel 11:40 – And at the time of the end shall the king of the south push at him: and the king of the north shall come against him like a whirlwind, with chariots, and with horsemen, and with many ships; and he shall enter into the countries, and shall overflow and pass over.
Zechariah 13:8 – And it shall come to pass, that in all the land, saith the Lord, two parts therein shall be cut off and die; but the third shall be left therein.
Revelation 12:6 – And the woman fled into the wilderness, where she hath a place prepared of God, that they should feed her there a thousand two hundred and threescore days.
Begin Excerpt from BROOMBERG via THE JERUSALEM POST
Landau: Israel would defend off-shore gas find with force
June 27, 2010
“We will not hesitate to use our force and strength to protect not only the rule of law but the international maritime law”
Minister of National Infrastructures Uzi Landau says Israel is willing to use force to protect off-shore natural gas finds after the speaker of Lebanon’s parliament said the fields extended into his nation’s waters.
“We will not hesitate to use our force and strength to protect not only the rule of law but the international maritime law,” Landau, 66, said in an interview on Wednesday at his Jerusalem office when asked about Lebanese claims.
“Whatever we find, they will have something to say. That’s because they’re not challenging our findings and so-called occupation of the sea.
“Our very existence here is a matter of occupation for them. These areas are within the economic waters of Israel.”
Israel, which is seeking to wean itself off oil and coal imports from as far away as Mexico and Norway, has said the Leviathan and Tamar fields may allow it
to start exporting gas. The discoveries also have prompted talks with Cyprus to seek clarification on maritime boundaries. Israel and Lebanon are technically at war and have no diplomatic relations.
Lebanon’s parliament Speaker Nabih Berri said that Israel is “ignoring the fact that according to the maps the deposit extends into Lebanese waters,” Agence France- Presse reported on June 9.
Noble Energy and Israeli companies, controlled by billionaire Isaac Tshuva, say the finds in the past 18 months may hold 24 trillion cubic feet of gas (680 billion cubic meters), more than twice Britain’s gas reserves. Leviathan lies about 130 km.
off Israel and Tamar 90 km., according to Landau’s ministry.
Delek Drilling-LP, one of Noble’s partners, said that the licenses are in waters where Israel has authority.
Lebanese Energy Minister Gebran Bassil said on June 17 his country “will not allow Israel or any company working for Israeli interests to take any amount of our gas that is falling in our zone.” He said Noble was warned not to work close to Lebanon’s economic zone.
Bassil said Lebanon’s government and lawmakers “should move quickly on starting the exploration of offshore gas.”
A coastal state is entitled to explore for oil and gas in its economic zone, which extends 200 nautical miles (370.4 km.), according to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. A halfway point is used when the distance between countries is less than 400 nautical miles. Haifa is about 148 nautical miles from Cyprus, which is located north of Leviathan.
Lebanon’s claim may be complex because its border with Israel is indented, making it harder to establish where Israel’s sea boundary ends and Lebanese waters begin, said Robbie Sable, a professor of international law at the Hebrew University.
Israel is working on an agreement with Cyprus over the two countries’ maritime borders, Landau said. There is no dispute with Cyprus over Israel’s rights to the Leviathan gas exploration site and the Tamar field, said Landau, who last year left the Likud party
to join Israel Beiteinu.
Israel and Cyprus are “in close touch” about the gas fields,
the minister said.
Begin Article from THE JERUSALEM POST
Landau: We will defend gas fields
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Minister makes remarks in reaction to Lebanese claims on new finds.
Israel is ready to defend with force the recently discovered natural gas fields off its Mediterranean coast, said Infrastructure Minister Uzi Landau (Israel Beiteinu) in an interview with Bloomberg News on Thursday.
“We will not hesitate to use our force and strength to protect not only the rule of law but the international maritime law,” Landau was quoted as saying.
Landau made his comments in reaction to the declaration of Lebanon’s Speaker of Parliament, Nabih Berri, that part of the gas field lies within Lebanon’s territorial waters.
He continued, “Whatever we find, they will have something to say. That’s because they’re not challenging our findings and so-called occupation of the sea. Our very existence here is a matter of occupation for them. These areas are within the economic waters of Israel.”
A consortium led by billionaire Yitzhak Tshuva announced June 3 that it had struck natural gas in a field called ‘Leviathan’ off the coast of Israel.
The field is estimated to contain 15 trillion cubic feet of gas and is the second large scale gas find in a month. In May, a field called ‘Tamar’ was also discovered that is thought to contain enough gas to supply Israel for the next twenty years.
Landau held a celebratory toast with leaders of the natural- gas industry in Tel Aviv following the announcement of the discovery of the Leviathan field. He declared at the event that the find had important political ramifications as part of Israel’s drive to reduce dependence on energy imports.
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