President Obama is a Prophetic Pawn used to Set Up the Conditions for the Final War of the Age of the Gentiles!

President Obama is now used as a pawn used by the spirit of Antichrist

Obama & World Pressure kept Israel from a Ground rush into Gaza Strip!

Israel Won’t Make the Same Truce Mistake in the Tribulation Period War,

But will make a Worse mistake by Ground rushing headlong into Lebanon,

Into a counterattack trap prepared by Islam Horns in Daniel & Revelation

Radical Islamist Extremism has become Emboldened since 2009 by Obama

Foreign Policy & Arab Spring But Don’t expect Mid-East war Prior to 2014.

But I am persuaded its very likely to begin within several years thereafter

After the Mayan calendar December 21 hoax is exposed as a Complete Lie

Then the great “falling away” from THE faith now occurring will Accelerate

And the Scoffers of the Coming of Christ will come out in Greater Numbers

November 22, 2012

President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton have been instrumental in leading the Israel Prime Minister into a truce before Hamas was completely smashed by a ground incursion into its interior. So the IDF did not completely incapacitate Hamas missilery military functional abilities, and Hamas is now claiming a victory This shall, in the end, embarrass Israel, such that when Islam is ready to attack Israel at some point in time after 2013, Hizbullah will suddenly launch a wide variety of different types of missiles into all of Israel from Dan to Beersheba and Israel, not wanting to make the same error she made in the current Gaza Strip battle, will rush headlong northward along the entire Lebanese border deep into Hizbullah territory.

The advancing IDF will be cut off in a preplanned counterattack along its entire rear flank from the northeast and east by a mixture of troops from a large variety of Islamic nations. The surrounded Israel troops will be destroyed, and Islamic troops will swarm south along both sides of Israel’s central mountain range as Israel flees on the surface and in the air into the vast Negev wilderness, where she will remain surrounded by Islam under a hudna (truce) for some 1260 days.

II Thessalonians 2:3 – Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition;

II Peter 3:3,4 – Knowing this first, that there shall come in the last days scoffers, walking after their own lusts, [4] And saying, Where is the promise of his coming? for since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation.

The King of the South is Israel’s Ruler – King of the North is Syria’s Ruler

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.

Some 4 Million Jews will die, but 2 Million will be “left therein” the borders of Israel for some 3 and ½ years surrounded by Islamic horns.

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.

The place where the 2 million are “left therein” is the vast southern Negev Wilderness of Israel. Israel is ‘the woman” of Revelation 12.

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.

Revelation 12:14 – And to the woman were given two wings of a great eagle, that she might fly into the wilderness, into her place, where she is nourished for a time, and times, and half a time, from the face of the serpent.

The woman Israel will be surrounded in the Negev Wilderness for some 3 and ½ years by troops of 10 Islamic horns of the 11th Horn Islamic Caliph Antichrist.

Daniel 7:24,25 – And the ten horns out of this kingdom are ten kings that shall arise: and another shall rise after them; and he shall be diverse from the first, and he shall subdue three kings. [25] And he shall speak great words against the most High, and shall wear out the saints of the most High, and think to change times and laws: and they shall be given into his hand until a time and times and the dividing of time.

Zechariah 14:1-3 – Behold, the day of the Lord cometh, and thy spoil shall be divided in the midst of thee. [2] For I will gather all nations against Jerusalem to battle; and the city shall be taken, and the houses rifled, and the women ravished; and half of the city shall go forth into captivity, and the residue of the people shall not be cut off from the city. [3] Then shall the Lord go forth, and fight against those nations, as when he fought in the day of battle.

Zechariah 13:9 – And I will bring the third part through the fire, and will refine them as silver is refined, and will try them as gold is tried: they shall call on my name, and I will hear them: I will say, It is my people: and they shall say, The Lord is my God.

Zechariah 14:9 – And the Lord shall be king over all the earth: in that day shall there be one Lord, and his name one.

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YNet News

November 22, 2012

Gaza rockets hit south after truce; IDF holds fire

After ceasefire between Israel, Hamas takes effect at 9 pm, Gaza terrorists launch rockets toward south

Ynet reporters

Several rockets were launched from Gaza toward south Israel after 9 pm Wednesday, when the ceasefire between Hamas and Israel took effect. The IDF held its fire.

Air raid sirens were heard after 9 pm in Eshkol, Sderot and the Hof Ashkelon and Sha’ar Hanegev regional councils. Rockets landed in the Eshkol and Sha’ar Hanegev regional councils, but there were no reports of injury or damage.

Sirens were sounded in Ashdod, Kiryat Malachi and surrounding communities shortly after 10 pm. The Iron Dome missile defense system intercepted one rocket over Ashdod. Around 10:30 sirens were heard in Ashdod, Gan Yave and Gedera.

Related stories:

Egypt declares ceasefire agreed in Gaza conflict

Op-ed: Promises vs. reality

US prevents UN statement excluding rockets

IDF Spokesman Brigadier-General Yoav Mordechai confirmed that the ceasefire had taken effect at 9 pm in accordance with the political echelon’s instructions. “The IDF has stopped firing at the Strip and will open fire only if our forces are put in danger,” he said.

The IDF spokesman added that a decision on whether to release the reserve forces would be made on Thursday.

“The operation’s goals have been achieved. Hamas suffered a serious blow and is in a great amount of distress. After the organization’s leaders come out from their hiding places, they will see the extent of destruction. We understand from intelligence sources that Hamas is in distress.”

According to Mordechai, time will tell what the deterrence did to Hamas. “We’ll know within weeks or months. The chief of staff is in the south, issuing orders to the forces. We are alert and ready.”

Hamas said that it has officially ordered its military wing to stop firing projectiles on Israel, but rockets continued to be fired from Gaza towards the south of the country after the ceasefire took effect.

A Grad rocket that was fired towards Beersheba at around 8 pm Wednesday hit a house, but there no reports of injury. At least five rockets were fired toward the southern city shortly after Egypt declared that a truce between Israel and Hamas will go into effect at 9 pm. Rockets also landed in Netivot and Ashkelon.

Later, additional rockets were fired toward Ashdod, Netivot, Beer Tuvia and the Bnei Shimon and Hof Ashkelon regional councils. Some of the rockets landed in open areas, while others were intercepted by the Iron Dome missile defense system.

It was further reported that a projectile exploded in an open area on the Israel-Egypt border. The IDF estimates that the rocket was fired from Sinai. No injuries were reported.

The IDF responded to the rocket barrage with heavy artillery fire and aerial strikes. Palestinian sources in Gaza said one person was killed and eight others were injured.

Earlier, Egypt announced that a ceasefire had been reached to end the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians. Heavy rocket barrages on south Israel followed the announcement, but there were no reports of injury.

Egyptian Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Amr made the announcement in a joint news conference with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The ceasefire would come into effect at 9 pm, Amr said.

“These efforts … have resulted in understandings to cease fire and restore calm and halt the bloodshed that the last period has seen,” Amr said.

The deal was brokered by the new Islamist government of Egypt, solidifying its role as a leader in the quickly shifting Middle East. Under the agreement, Egypt will play a key role in maintaining the peace.

Clinton said the ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinians in Gaza had come at a crucial time for countries of the Middle East.

“This is a critical moment for the region. Egypt’s new government is assuming the responsibility and leadership that has long made this country a cornerstone for regional stability and peace,” she said at the joint news conference with her Egyptian counterpart.

Also on Wednesday, six people – including five soldiers – were injured in a rocket attack on the Eshkol Regional Council. One of the soldiers was critically injured. There rest sustained light to moderate wounds.

Begin Excerpt 2 from DEBKAfile Exclusive Analysis

For Israel, a truce is the worst of all worlds: Tied hands, Hamas unbowed

DEBKAfile Exclusive Analysis

November 20, 2012, 10:28 PM (GMT+02:00)

Jerusalem, Cairo and Gaza were all waiting for US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to arrive Tuesday night, Nov. 20, for tying up the ends of a Gaza ceasefire accord. Until then, Israel held back from its approval and the Palestinians were hurling as many deadly missiles as they could.

DEBKAfile’s analysts say that by giving in to international pressure for a ceasefire, Israel’s leaders Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, Defense Minister Ehud Barak, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman would show they have failed to learn from their predecessors’ mistakes in ending the last two wars against terrorists inconclusively and prematurely.

After those wars, Israeli civilians were again thrust into the front line against missiles. In 2006, it was the population of northern Israel; in 2012, a million people living in southern Israel are in this intolerable predicament. And after Hamas’s rockets reached Tel Aviv and Jerusalem for this first time in this round of Palestinian missile aggression, the next round will no doubt spill over into the central Israeli heartland as well.

Tens of thousands of soldiers and reservists were meanwhile held on the Gaza border in suspense for a ground incursion. They stood there and watched as the missiles flew over their heads to explode in their towns and villages and in Cairo, the politicians wrangled over an early ceasefire.

Operation Pillar of Cloud was kicked off Nov. 14 with the targeted assassination of one of Israel’s most implacable enemies, Ahmed Jabari, commander of the Hama military wing, amid high hopes that this time it would be different. They were heartened by the IDF’s recovery of its legendary speed, precision and inventiveness and trusted the troops to finish the job left undone by Cast Lead in 2008.

Israel’s political and military leaders fervently vowed not to stop until lost deterrence was regained, Palestinian missile and terror capabilities were degraded and the people of the south could at last lead normal lives.

Hamas and Jihad Islami were caught off-balance by the loss of the Hamas commander in chief and the highly successful air operation which followed. But instead of seizing this moment for rapid in-and-out, lightning ground incursions against well-defined targets, the three Israeli ministers paused.

The chance then passed into the hands of the terrorists who used it to send their Iran-made missiles against Greater Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. At that instant, they multiplied their million targets to five.

Israel responded by calling up 75,000 IDF reserves and pouring 68,000 troops onto jumping-off stations along the Gaza border ready for an incursion.. One lesson was drawn from the 2006 conflict against the Lebanese Hizballah: Missiles cannot be stopped by air strikes.

The IDF spokesman Brig. Yoav Mordecai then started releasing upbeat televised communiqués announcing that the air offensive had so far deqraded 30, 40, 50 percent of the Palestinian missile capacity. However, as he spoke, Hamas somehow managed to expand the radius and intensity of its missile blitz until, finally Tuesday, on Day 7 of the Israeli operation, they landed two massive salvoes of 16 Grad missiles each on Beersheba’s quarter of a million inhabitants.

By then, the military had sensed that the three ministers running the operation were dithering between embarking on a ground operation to finish what they started and giving in to the mounting international pressure to accept a profitless ceasefire.

With US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton due to land in Israel Tuesday night, it was clear they had missed the boat for independent decision-making.

The Israeli public was informed by the media that the negotiations for a truce with Hamas and Jihad Islami led by Egypt were heavy going but approaching an announcement.

DEBKAfile traces the progress of the negotiating process in Cairo, stage by stage:

1. From Friday, Nov. 16, two days into the Gaza operation, the three Israeli ministers at the helm bowed to President Barack Obama’s repeated requests every few hours for yet another 24 hours’ grace for Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan and Qatar Emir al-Thani to conclude their bid for a ceasefire.

2. Saturday, Nov. 17, the IDF units mustered on the Gaza border received orders to go in. Some notified their families by text messages. Less than an hour later, the order was cancelled and they were pulled back after another phone call was received in Jerusalem from President Obama.

3. By then, it was too late for Israel’s leaders to correct their worst strategic mistake. They had gone along with Obama’s devolution of the ceasefire brokerage effort on three avowed foes of the Jewish state: Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood; Erdogan who keeps on slamming Israel as “a terrorist state;” and the Qatari ruler, who is bankrolling Hamas’s purchases of sophisticated weapons smuggled out of Libya.

The “truce brokers” prevented Israel from taking its place at the table. The Israeli delegation sent to Cairo was confined to exchanges though Egyptian intelligence officers, while at the same time forced to accept Hamas and Jihad Islami as negotiating partners.

4. When they saw tens of thousands of IDF reservists standing idle on the Gaza border, Hamas and Jihad Islami strategists concluded that, while they may have lost the opening round of the war, they had gained enough momentum to make up for it in the days that followed.

5. Building up their stake for the endgame, the two terrorist organizations intensified their missile blitz on Israel and raised their terms for a ceasefire. Meanwhile, international pressure from Western leaders on Jerusalem to step back from a ground operation was crushing.

By Tuesday, Netanyahu was willing to assure visiting German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle: “I would prefer this to end with a diplomatic solution. I hope we can achieve one, but if not, we are fully entitled to defend ourselves by other means and we shall use them.”

The Prime minister had also come around to accepting Egypt’s role in monitoring and managing the proposed ceasefire and providing guarantees for its implementation.

Netanyahu, Barak and Lieberman gave there consent to this arrangement in the face of strong objections from top military commanders and intelligence pros. The latter argued that, even with the best will in the world, the Muslim Brotherhood rulers of Egypt were not up to the task.

6. The clincher was the news that US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had left the Obama party touring the Far East and was on her way to Jerusalem and Cairo Tuesday night to tie up the last ends of an accord to stop the fighting in Gaza.
The issue had acquired ramifications which transcend the embattled Palestinian enclave: For Washington, Morsi’s acceptance of a key role in the execution of the truce would signify that Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood had after all chosen to join the US-Israel orbit in preference to the radical Middle East camp – albeit without fanfare for fear of embarrassment at home and in the inter-Arab arena.

The Obama administration expects Israel to go along with this perception.

DEBKAfile’s sources report that this is a dangerous illusion because, in the first place, it does not truly represent the intentions or orientation of the Egyptian president or the Muslim Brotherhood. In the second, it flies in the face of ten years of experience.

Even when Hosni Mubarak, a far more pro-Western figure, ruled Egypt, Cairo never upheld a single security accord negotiated with Israel for the Gaza Strip or Sinai and sponsored by Washington. Why would the Muslim Brothers behave any differently?

But even if Cairo does take charge of the ceasefire deal, it would put Israel in the invidious position of having to run to the Egyptians to complain about every Hamas violation, helpless to do anything about the smuggling into the Gaza Strip of fresh and better munitions with more powerful multiple warheads, or stop the groundwork being laid for the next Palestinian blitz.

The boast by government sources that the first missile fired from Gaza in violation of the truce would be met with an extra-powerful response unfortunately recalls the pledge of a former prime minister Ariel Sharon. After he disengaged Israel from the Gaza Strip in 2005 and pulled out every last civilian and soldier, Sharon declard that the first bullet fired from the Gaza Strip would be met with a powerful response.

Since then, the bullet has evolved into a missile… and is still growing.

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Middle East Media Research Institute

Hamas Celebrates Victory Over Israel

November 19, 2012

Special Dispatch No, 5058

In recent days, Hamas and other Gazan organizations have been trying to present their campaign against Israel as victorious. They stressed their power of endurance, reported on the intensity of their rocket attacks on Israel, enumerated their achievements and promised future victories.
Following are some examples:

Hamas Announces Its Victory

In a press conference held amid the ruins of Hamas’s government compound, which was shelled by Israeli planes, Hamas spokesmen claimed that the destruction of the buildings would not affect the movement’s functioning. Government spokesman Taher Al-Nounou said: “From this place we announce our victory. If Netanyahu’s government has shelled this headquarters, it means that it is unable to confront the Palestinian people.” Fathi Qar’awi, a Palestinian Legislative Council member from Hamas, said: “The occupation expected a brief war lasting a few hours against the Palestinian resistance, in which it would demonstrate its strength. But the force of the resistance and the accuracy of its blows took it by surprise. The rockets reached areas the occupation never dreamed [they would reach] in Tel Aviv and East Jerusalem, sparking terror and causing much damage.”

On another occasion, the spokesman of Hamas’s military wing, the ‘Izz Al-Din Al-Qassam Brigades, said: “The Iron Dome [air-defense system], which Israel built at a cost of millions to address the rocket [threat], is nothing but a dome of paper.”
Hamas Reports Firing Over 1,000 Rockets And Mortars

Hamas has highlighted the large number of rockets it has fired into Israel. The Al-Qassam Brigades reported that over 1,000 rockets and mortars have been fired since Wednesday, November 14, 2012. In one of its messages, Hamas bragged that the resistance had fired 70 rockets in a single morning.

Hamas also boasted that Israel had been forced to change air traffic routes to and from Ben Gurion International Airport following the deployment of the Iron Dome system in the Tel Aviv area.

Hamas Claims To Have Downed Plane, Hit Warship, Fired Rocket On Israeli Knesset
In another announcement, the Al-Qassam Brigades claimed to have downed an F-16 warplane over central Gaza, as well as a surveillance drone.

The Al-Qassam Brigades also claimed that, for the first time in the history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, it had managed to fire a rocket at the Israeli Knesset, and added: “The Al-Qassam Brigades have vowed to turn the Zionists’ lives into hell and make them regret the moment they decided to assassinate the [Al-Qassam] commander, [Al-Ja’bri].”

A Facebook page affiliated with Hamas reported that five rockets fired by Al-Qassam had hit an Israeli warship.

Gazan Resistance Factions: We Are Preparing Many Surprises

According to the Hamas newspaper Al-Risala, the Al-Qassam Brigades are preparing for an Israeli ground campaign in Gaza, including with squads of male and female suicide bombers that will “meet any aggression against Gaza.” Concurrently, the military wing of the Popular Resistance Committees (the Nasser Salah Al-Din Brigades) announced via its spokesman, Abu ‘Ataya, that “the resistance has many surprises that will explode in the face of the occupation and its army if the aggression continues against Gaza and its residents.”

The Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades (which belongs to Fatah) also said it was preparing for a ground offensive, and has promised to kill and kidnap Israeli soldiers: “The Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade and the other resistance factions do not take Israeli statements regarding a ground incursion into Gaza lightly… They have begun preparing for any ground attack on the [Gaza] Strip, which will become a graveyard for the occupation forces. [These forces] will be defeated by the resistance and leave behind dozens of captive soldiers… [which will lead to] the liberation of all prisoners in the jails of the occupation.”

Mustafa Al-Sawwaf, a columnist for the Hamas newspaper, wrote about the balance of power and the deterrence that Hamas was now preparing against Israel: “The resistance wants to force a new equation vis-à-vis the occupation, which will start with creating a balance of terror. Otherwise, how can you interpret the fact that five million of the occupying Zionists spend some of their time in air-raid shelters and in a state of panic?

“[The resistance also wants] to create a balance of deterrence vis-à-vis the Israeli occupation. Otherwise, how can you interpret the fact that the resistance is shelling Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, as well as many other areas in occupied Palestine?” Al-Sawwaf also wrote that Israel was surprised by the advanced military capabilities of the resistance, and that this was “a resounding slap in the face of the Zionist intelligence.”

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