A Nuclear Cold War Type Umbrella I Have Long Taught Is Now Being Set Up In Middle East!

A nuclear cold war type Umbrella I have long taught is now being set Up

Which I Believe Will Stay in Place for More Than 3 Years to Prevent War

Across all the Middle East prophesied to Begin final war in Daniel 11:40,

After which a non-nuclear war will be fought under it Till the 2nd Advent!

Only Second Advent can straighten out a complex, confusing world Mess

Found In Nine Excerpts From the Jerusalem Center For Public Affairs Alert

No One Can Precisely Determine NOW WHEN the 2nd Advent Shall Occur,

But events NOW Occurring in the Old World, Does Tell It Is Drawing Nigh!

Whatever you Intend to Do about It, the Quicker you need to be doing It

It’s time for believers to start letting Jesus’ personality Shine Out of Them

August 30, 2013


II Peter 1:1-8 – Simon Peter, a servant and an apostle of Jesus Christ, to them that have obtained like precious faith with us through the righteousness of God and our Saviour Jesus Christ: [2] Grace and peace be multiplied unto you through the knowledge of God, and of Jesus our Lord, [3] According as his divine power hath given unto us all things that pertain unto life and godliness, through the knowledge of him that hath called us to glory and virtue: [4] Whereby are given unto us exceeding great and precious promises: that by these ye might be partakers of the divine nature, having escaped the corruption that is in the world through lust. [5] And beside this, giving all diligence, add to your faith virtue; and to virtue knowledge; [6] And to knowledge temperance; and to temperance patience; and to patience godliness; [7] And to godliness brotherly kindness; and to brotherly kindness charity. [8] For if these things be in you, and abound, they make you that ye shall neither be barren nor unfruitful in the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Luke 8:15-17 – But that on the good ground are they, which in an honest and good heart, having heard the word, keep it, and bring forth fruit with patience. [16] No man, when he hath lighted a candle, covereth it with a vessel, or putteth it under a bed; but setteth it on a candlestick, that they which enter in may see the light. [17] For nothing is secret, that shall not be made manifest; neither any thing hid, that shall not be known and come abroad.

Hebrews 10:25 – Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another: and so much the more, AS YE SEE THE DAY APPROACHING.

During this game of musical chairs by both allies and foes, the US and Israeli satellites have been precisely watching the shifting of Assad’s missiles, aircraft, missile defensive weaponry, military personnel and weaponry – We need to hit them hard for at least five days. Also, during this period we need to be inflicting major damage on the 20 airfields of the military, especial the six major ones. We need to severely damage the forces of Assad.

If we do this, I believe the native Syrians will not allow the Al Qaeda elements, Iranian, and Hizbullah foreign fighters to rule over them. If we supply the native Syrians with military weaponry, I believe they will defeat Assad and the foreign elements in their country.

Begin Excerpts from Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs/Daily Alert

Excerpt 1 – Washington Post

August 29, 2013

U.S. Continuing Preparations to Attack Syria

Karen DeYoung

The Obama administration appeared Wednesday to be forging ahead with preparations to attack Syria, and said it saw little point in further discussion of the issue at the UN. President Obama told PBS that “there need to be international consequences” for the Aug. 21 chemical strikes he said he has concluded were carried out by the Syrian government. “We do have to make sure that when countries break international norms on chemical weapons they are held accountable.” (Washington Post)

Excerpt 2 – Los Angeles Times

No UN Approval for Use of Force in Syria, British Lawmakers Balk at Intervention

Paul Richter and Henry Chu

The U.S. failed Wednesday to get UN approval for the use of force to punish Syria’s government for using chemical weapons. Russia made it clear Wednesday that it would not support any Security Council move to censure Syria or sanction military action.

In addition, British Prime Minister David Cameron, who has repeatedly called for strong action on Syria, was unable to muster enough support from lawmakers to push ahead with a vote in Parliament to approve military intervention.

The UN special envoy to Syria, Lakhdar Brahimi, said in Geneva that an armed response without UN approval would be illegal under international law. (Los Angeles Times)

Excerpt 3 – Reuters

Syria Evacuates Most Army Buildings in Damascus

Khaled Yacoub Oweis

President Assad’s forces have evacuated most personnel from army and security command headquarters in central Damascus in preparation for a Western military strike, residents and opposition sources said on Wednesday. Barracks and housing compounds for Syria’s Republican Guards and Fourth Division also have been evacuated. (Reuters)

Excerpt 4 – AFP-Defense News

Hagel: No U.S. Plans to Cut Off Egypt Military Aid Yet

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel told BBC on Wednesday that he opposes cutting off U.S. military aid to Egypt, but vowed Washington would keep pressing for “reconciliation” in the country. “We’ve had strong partnerships with Egypt for many years starting with the peace treaty between Israel and Egypt that the U.S. brokered in 1979….Egypt has played a responsible part of that, been a very responsible partner….We would not want to see the disintegration of a relationship with a large, important country like Egypt.”

“You can’t go in and impose. It’s up to the Egyptian people what kind of future they want and what kind of government they want.” (AFP-Defense News)

Excerpt 5 – Jerusalem Post

Israel Takes Defensive Precautions Ahead of U.S. Strike on Syria

Herb Keinon and Yaakov Lappin

Israel’s security cabinet approved a limited call-up of a few hundred reservists in vital military capacities and deployed air defenses around the country on Wednesday as precautionary measures ahead of an expected U.S. strike on Syria. The security cabinet was told there was a “low probability” that Syrian President Assad would respond by striking Israel.

Assad is cognizant of messages Israel has sent indicating that an attack on Israel would ignite a counter-attack that would bring down his regime. Nevertheless, Israel was preparing for any eventuality. Prime Minister Netanyahu issued a statement Wednesday saying Israelis need not alter their daily routine.

Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon said, “We’re not involved in this and we’re not getting involved. The Syrians crossed a red line set by the United States, prohibiting use of chemical weapons against civilians….Those who are dealing with this issue are not us, but rather the Western world under the leadership of the United States.” (Jerusalem Post)

Excerpt 6 – Tablet

If Bombs Hit Damascus, Israel Looks to Tehran

David Makovsky

While the U.S. debates whether its pending missile strikes on Syria should be designed as a deterrent against further chemical attacks or more broadly, Israel’s government seems focused on the effects for U.S. deterrence throughout the region. In the public mind, the U.S. reluctance to intervene has raised questions about the reliability of American commitments going forward.

As a top Israeli official told me last week, “when the U.S. puts forward a red line, it has to mean it. The issue goes beyond Syria. It is a matter of credibility with reverberations for U.S. policy towards Iran.” Enforcing red lines in Syria would send out a broader message that words do have meaning.

At the same time, Israel has not been prodding the U.S. to act in Syria, and the chemical issue is not viewed as relating directly to Israel. The writer is a fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. (Tablet)

Excerpt 7 – Now Lebanon

What Will Iran Do If the West Strikes Assad?

Hanin Ghaddar

As the international community heads to some sort of strike on Syria, will Iran react by attacking Israel? The answer is probably no: Iran has never engaged militarily against the U.S. or its allies, including Israel. They usually use Hizbullah for that, and Iran’s economy cannot afford a war with the international community right now. Iran’s objective in Syria is not to protect the Assad regime. Iran wants to make sure it does not lose the territorial advantage in Syria, mainly linking Lebanon to Damascus and the coast through Qusayr and Homs.

Hizbullah is far more significant for Iran than Syria, where Hizbullah is fighting Iran’s war. If Hizbullah was allowed to use its heavy weaponry in Syria, it could achieve greater victories on the ground. But Hizbullah’s arms are to be used for one reason only: to protect Iran’s nuclear program. In case Iran’s program is hit, Hizbullah will launch a war against Israel. If Syria is hit, it is unlikely that Hizbullah or Iran will do anything. (Now Lebanon)

Excerpt 8 – Jerusalem Post

Threatening Israel


“If Damascus is attacked, Tel Aviv will burn,” a Syrian higher-up bristled this week. The very fact that a neighboring state could be held for ransom for events entirely outside its control should shock world opinion. But it does not. We suspect the reaction would be radically different had any other country been similarly threatened for no fault of its own.

This is disconcertingly reminiscent of our traumatic experience during the First Gulf War when Israel suffered repeated heavy missile attacks, including 40 Scud hits. The Iraqi warheads were aimed directly and unmistakably at civilian population centers. Saddam Hussein’s reasoning was that by targeting Israel he was hurting the U.S. At the time, the only American response was to advocate Israeli restraint.

This time Israel has made it clear that this country and its people will not be pawns in the wars that others wage. (Jerusalem Post)

Excerpt 9 – Washington Post

In Syria, U.S. Credibility Is at Stake

David Ignatius

(Washington Post)

Using military power to maintain a nation’s credibility may sound like an antiquated idea, but it has become obvious in recent weeks that President Obama needs to demonstrate that there are consequences for crossing a U.S. “red line.”

Syrian President Assad overrode a clear American warning against the use of chemical weapons. The main rationale for military action by the U.S. should be restoring deterrence against the use of chemical weapons.

The Iranians surely have read Obama’s caution (correctly) as a sign that he wants to avoid another war in the Middle East. Unfortunately, history tells us that an ambitious, revolutionary nation such as Iran makes compromises only under duress.

U.S. action against Assad may not deter the Iranians, but it will at least make them think twice about crossing Obama’s “red line” against their acquiring nuclear weapons.

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