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Thursday, September 19, 2013

Analysis: Netanyahu nearing decision on Iran strike.

Prophecy Sign:  The coming prophetic Middle-East wars - Iran


A very interesting analysis from well known author and Bible prophecy teacher, Joel Rosenberg, suggests that Israel may be very close to making the decision to strike the Iranian nuclear facilities.  The Israelis will be meeting with the American President and the United Nations this coming October to press the Iranian issue.

Meanwhile the Iranians claim they have no desire what-so-ever in developing nuclear weapons. The Obama administration seems to be buying this new refrain from the Iranians, but not the Israelis who say it is nothing more than a stalling tactic to buy time in the nuclear weapons quest.

Prophecies in the Book of Ezekiel, (chapter 38), and in Jeremiah, (chapter 49), indicates that Iran will become involved in wars with the Jewish state in the last days.  The extra-biblical book of Enoch, (well known amongst the ancient Jews), also warns of Iran, (Persia) attacking Israel in the last days.

And in those days the angels will assemble, and turn their heads toward the east, towards the people of Parthia and Media [Persia/Iran], in order to excite the kings, and that a spirit of disturbance come over them, and disturb them from off their thrones, that they come forth from their resting places like lions, and like hungry wolves amidst their flocks. “And they will ascend and step upon the land of their chosen, and the land of his chosen, (Israel), will be before them a threshing-floor and a path. Enoch 56:5-6

Analysis: Netanyahu nearing decision on Iran strike. 
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is nearing a decision on an Iran strike. As he does so, he will soon come to the United States. The Israeli leader and his top national security team will meet with President Obama at the White House on September 30th. The premier will then address the U.N. General Assembly on October 1st.  Netanyahu’s expressed mission: To persuade the U.S. and Western powers to intensify — not ease up on – pressure on Iran to give up its pursuit of nuclear weapons and the fuel to build them. The big question: Is Netanyahu’s real mission to prepare the world for war?
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Iran's president Rouhani: We will never develop nuclear weapons
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani told NBC News on Wednesday that his administration will never develop nuclear weapons and that he has full authority to make a deal with the West on the disputed atomic program. Rouhani's comments are the latest in a slew of signs that he is cautiously open to defrosting relations with the U.S., which were in deep freeze under the isolating leadership of his predecessor, the inflammatory Mahmoud Ahmedinejad.

Israel accuses Iran of deception to buy time for atom work
Israel accused Iran on Wednesday of using "deception and concealment" to buy time for its nuclear program, signalling scepticism about the new Iranian president's move away from the hardline stance of his predecessor. Israel, believed to be the Middle East's only nuclear-armed power, also said an Arab push to single it out for criticism at a U.N. nuclear agency meeting this week would deal a "serious blow" to any attempt to hold regional security talks. The election of a relative moderate, Hassan Rouhani, as Iranian president has raised hopes of progress in long-stalled efforts to find a solution to the decade-old dispute over Tehran's nuclear program. An Iranian official said he saw an "opening" in Iran's nuclear row with the West, in the latest signal that Tehran expects fresh movement to break the deadlock. But the head of Israel's Atomic Energy Commission said: "The picture that the Iranian representatives are portraying regarding openness and transparency of their nuclear program ... stands in sharp contradiction with Iran's actual actions and the facts on the ground."

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