Prophecy Sign: Israel to be left on its' own
Everybody from the Israeli Prime Minister to the former Mossad Chief are convinced that Israel will have to go it along against her enemies when the time comes. They would be correct on that as Israel will in fact be left to her own devices as the world abandons the Jewish state in the last days. But this is all part of the perfect plan of God as it will allow him, (and him alone), to claim victory and to show his awesome power to the nations of the world as he single handedly rescues his tiny nations from the clutches of evil.
I will execute judgment on him with plague and bloodshed; I will pour down torrents of rain, hailstones and burning sulfur on him and on his troops and on the many nations with him. And so I will show my greatness and my holiness, and I will make myself known in the sight of many nations. Then they will know that I am the Lord.’ Ezekiel 38:22-23 NIV
Israel will have to deal with Iranian threat on its own
Hinting at dismay with Obama, PM says
Israel can rely only on itself
In remarks whose content and timing implied criticism of President Barack Obama’s handling of the Syrian chemical weapons crisis, and a concern that Israel could not depend on the US to thwart Iran’s nuclear drive, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday declared that nations that use weapons of mass destruction must pay a price, and said that his own actions as leader of the Jewish state revolved around the conviction that ultimately Israel had no one to rely on but itself when facing enemy threats.
US is ‘floundering’ over
Syria, says ex-Mossad chief
Shabtai Shavit, who served at the helm of
Israel’s overseas intelligence service from 1989 to 1996, accused the administration of President Barack Obama of “floundering” over Syria. He noted witheringly that the US had “balked” at firing “half a dozen Tomahawk missiles” at the Syrian regime in the wake of the August 21 alleged chemical weapons attack by Assad, that the US says killed 1,429 Syrians.
Echoing comments by Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee Chairman Avigdor Liberman on Tuesday and by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday, Shavit said that
Israel will likely have to face the Iranian threat on its own.
Economic sanctions could cause
to halt its nuclear program if the pressure is strong enough to “strangle” the Iranian economy, he said, but added that it is doubtful whether the international community will impose such harsh sanctions. The military alternative seems less likely than before in light of the Obama administration’s reluctance to act decisively on Iran . Syria