The Immovable Major Block to True Peace!

The Immovable Major Block to True Peace!

Trying to bring all the Component Parts of Different Degrees of Deep Seated Arab hatred into Subjection under One Authority, is possible Temporarily, but Never Permanently, until the Second Advent of Messiah.

January 29, 2007

There can never be anything but a temporary false peace in Israel, due to the impossibility of permanently keeping pieces of Arab iron and clay hatred confined together in a single body. Please consider my arbitrary classifications of the five best known terrorist groups in Israel.

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Fatah (Extremists), Hamas (Fanatical Extremists), Islamic Jihad and al- Aksa Martyrs Brigades (Super Fanatical Extremists) plus al-Qaeda (Out of Sight)!

Daniel 2:42 – And as the toes of the feet were part of iron, and part of clay, so the kingdom shall be partly strong, and partly broken.

The 10 toes will consist primarily of Terah’s descendants. Abraham came out of Terah. Out of Abraham came the leaders of the three great monotheistic faiths associated with Moses, Jesus, and Mohammad. And they have always been in conflict. (See Archive Update 78 Diagram)

The inspired word in Daniel 2:43, from which the word “mingled” comes, is ARAB, which means “to interlace or mix.” The “seed of men” refers to non-descendants of the man Abraham, from which both Jews and Arabs descended. “They” refers to the 10 toes of Daniel’s statue in Daniel 2:42, which have 10 kings over them. Isaac, the father of Israel, had seven half brothers – Ishmael from Hagar and the six sons of Keturah. It was from these seven half brothers that the Arab world has been primarily created. The descendants of Israel have been more likely to marry within the blood line of the man Israel than have the Arabs to marry within their separate bloodlines of Hagar and Keturah, and the Arabs have also intermingled with non-descendants of Abraham more than have the Jews.

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Daniel 2:43 – And whereas thou sawest iron mixed with miry clay, they shall mingle themselves with the seed of men: but they shall not cleave one to another, even as iron is not mixed with clay.
Just as iron and clay do not hold together very long, the 10 Arab nations will only hold together long enough to fulfill God’s end time tribulation period prophecies.

Islamic Jihad was likely the major contributor to the terrorist attack in Eilat yesterday, but al-Aksa Martyrs Brigades was probably involved in a support role. Hamas and Fatah have never been able to control either one of these groups, and until Fatah and Hamas can finally both get into the same false peace boat, and then get al-Aksa Martyrs Brigades and Islamic Jihad into the same boat, there will be no false peace in Israel.

The following two accounts of the principle’s latest episode is portrayed in the DEBKAfile and Jerusalem Post reports.

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Begin DEBKAfile Reports

DEBKAfile Reports: Israeli military and security chiefs fear first Palestinian suicide bombing in Eilat, which killed 3 Israelis Monday, signals deadly new wave funded from Tehran and Damascus

January 29, 2007, 7:54 PM (GMT+02:00)

The bomber, Mohamed Faisal al-Siksik, 21, from Gaza, blew himself up in a bakery in the Red Sea resort of Eilat Monday, Jan. 29, killing the two proprietors and a third Israeli. This was the first such attack the holiday paradise has ever experienced. DEBKAfile’s counter-terror sources report that the next wave of suicide attacks is expected to be mounted from Gaza and Sinai by the Palestinian Jihad Islami in conjunction with local al Qaeda cells with funding from Tehran and Damascus.

Although two Palestinian groups – Jihad Islami and Fatah-al Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades claimed the attack,

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DEBKAfile’s counter-terror sources disclosed it was in fact the first joint operation of the third group, the Army of Believers – an al Qaeda cover name – and Jihad Islami of the new anti-Israel terror offensive.

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A senior Israeli officer familiar with the Israeli-Egyptian Sinai border region told DEBKAfile after the Eilat attack: “Olmert and Peretz have missed the train. Their policy of military restraint in the face of Qassam missile attacks and a terrorist build-up has given the most violent elements free rein to get set for a fresh, well-organized assault.” Some attacks may also come from the sea.

He stressed: “It’s no use expecting the Egyptians to secure the Sinai border. Since Israel pulled out of the Gaza Strip 15 months ago, the Egyptian-Gazan-Israeli borders are a highway for smugglers of terrorists, missiles, explosives and traffickers of every kind.

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The IDF is the only force capable of putting a stop to this traffic and suppressing the collaboration between Hamas, Jihad Islami, Fatah-al Aqsa Brigades and al Qaeda. Unfortunately, its hands are tied by the government.”

Two months ago, DEBKAfile’s political sources disclose, the government was warned that a Jihad Islami team had crossed in o Sinai and hooked up with an al Qaeda cell. This joint network very likely prepared the bomb for the bomber Siksik and guided him across the border to Eilat.

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Saturday, a 17-year old from Alexandria, where an al Qaeda cell is believed located, was apprehended in Sinai heading for an attack in Israel.

The explosive charge the Eilat bomber carried was packed with up to 8 kilos of explosives, but no shrapnel fragments. In its Sinai attacks, Al Qaeda has used large bombs consisting of explosives but no shrapnel, whereas Palestinian terrorists habitually lace their bombs with steel shards to maximize casualties.

The last suicide attack in Israel was carried out in a Tel Aviv pizza parlor and killed 11 people.

Begin Jerusalem Post Report

Peretz orders IDF to launch operations inside Gaza

AP, Staff and Yaakov Katz, THE JERUSALEM POST

January 29, 2007

Defense Minister Amir Peretz called on Monday for an end to Israel’s policy of restraint against Palestinian terror organizations and ordered the IDF to prepare to launch operations inside the Gaza Strip and against the infrastructure that enabled the suicide bomber who killed three people in Eilat earlier in the day to cross from Gaza into Israel.

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“We will not make any discounts for terror groups, and the cease-fire will not prevent us from targeting them,” Peretz said

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following a security assessment with senior defense officials, including outgoing IDF chief of General Staff Lt.-Gen. Dan Halutz.

Despite Peretz’s harsh response, however, defense officials estimated that the IDF would not launch any major operations in response to the attack on Eilat.

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Earlier, Israel’s first Arab minister, Ghaleb Majadle (Labor), condemned on Monday the “loss of life” in the suicide bombing that took place earlier in Eilat, saying that “such attacks won’t do anything for the peace process, and will only drag down talks.”

“We need to do everything possible to ensure that these things won’t happen, to ensure a better future for us all,” Majadle said.

“We all want peace,” he continued, adding that he believed that eventually the Palestinians would unite behind the need for negotiations.

In contrast to Majadle’s comments, Hamas spokesman Fawzi Barhoum defended the suicide attack as legitimate “resistance” against Israel.

Barhoum called the attack a “natural response” to IDF policies in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, as well as its ongoing boycott of the Hamas-led Palestinian Authority government.

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“So long as there is occupation, resistance is legitimate,” he said.

He also said attacks on Israel were preferable to the recent bout of Palestinian infighting in Gaza.

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“The right thing is for Fatah weapons to be directed toward the occupation, not toward Hamas,” he said.

Meanwhile, the Islamic Jihad, which claimed responsibility for the attack together with two other groups, posted a statement on its Web site Monday saying that it had engineered the bombing in an attempt to “focus Palestinians’ attention away from killing each other,” Sky News reported.

Elsewhere, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said in a Kadima faction meeting that for “a long time, Israel [had] enjoyed the illusion of quiet.”
Olmert cautioned, however, that it was just that – an illusion – adding that in recent months, Israel had prevented numerous terror attacks.

Olmert extended his condolences to the families of the victims, and said that he had spoken with the mayor. “I believe Eilat will overcome this blow, and remain a happy city,” Olmert said.

The prime minister said he would consult security officials, and only after all relevant intelligence had been collected would the IDF decide on a course of action.

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Government spokeswoman Miri Eisen told Sky News that despite the fact that three terror groups had claimed the bombing, Israel had no final confirmation of responsibility, and therefore it was “premature” to discuss any possible Israeli reaction to the attack.

Eisen stressed that Israel was under “constant attacks and threats,” and that if the number of terror attacks had recently declined, it was due to the diligence of the nation’s security forces.

“Israel is always on guard,” Eisen said. “We try to stop bombers before they reach their targets.” Eisen added that individual bombers were supported by an entire terror network.

Meir Yitzhak Halevi, mayor of Eilat, called the fact that suicide bombers had managed to infiltrate the city “very disturbing,” and said that he hoped that city officials would soon have all the information necessary to address the threat.

Vice Premier Shimon Peres spoke with Halevi on the phone after the attack.

“Eilat was, and will remain in the future, a city of peace and tourism. All means necessary will be utilized to assure that this situation continues,” Peres said.

The US administration on Monday strongly denounced the attack, saying such violence undermines Palestinian hopes for an independent state.

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“Our condolences go out to the victims, their families and the people of Israel. We also condemn those Palestinian terrorist groups, including Hamas, that condone these barbaric actions,” the White House said in a statement.

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“The burden of responsibility for preventing terrorist attacks rests with the Palestinian Authority government,” it added. “Failure to act against terror will inevitably effect relations between that government and the international community and undermine the aspirations of the Palestinian people for a state of their own.”

French Foreign Minister Philippe Douste-Blazy said on Monday afternoon that France condemned the terror attack in Eilat.

“There is absolutely no reason that can justify such violent action,” Douste-Blazy said.

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