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Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Israel-Palestine peace talks on verge of collapse, suggest reports

Prophecy Sign:  The seven year covenant/peace agreement, (Daniel 9:27)

Peace talks going nowhere?  No surprise there as both sides are cemented into their respective positions and will not be moved.  The only thing that will bring all parties together and agree to a peace deal will be yet another Middle-East war.  We believe that war to be the Psalm 83 Arab/Israel war which will see the IDF make short work of the invading Islamic alliance.  After such a major confrontation, a brilliant politician will step forward and negotiate an agreement of seven years.

You boast, "We have entered into a covenant with death, with the realm of the dead we have made an agreement. When an overwhelming scourge sweeps by, it cannot touch us, for we have made a lie our refuge and falsehood our hiding place." Isaiah 28:15 NIV

Israel-Palestine peace talks on verge of collapse, suggest reports
Peace talks between Israel and the Palestine are on the verge of collapse, Xinhua reported Tuesday citing the Ma’ariv daily. According to the report, the current issues that may end the talks are borders, and the Israeli demand for military control along the border with Jordan near the West Bank.  The Palestinians object to Israel’s military presence in what could potentially be the eastern front of the Palestinian state, and they say a military presence will damage the essence of the state they wish to establish. 

Israel, PA Peace Talks Face Implosion Over Jordan Valley Buffer Zone
The current ongoing peace talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority are in jeopardy, Ma’ariv reported on Tuesday, after the PA scoffed at the idea of Israel maintaining a military presence in the Jordan Valley, an Israeli requirement to establish a buffer zone before creating a Palestinian state. According to the Israeli daily, PA negotiators in a recent meeting demanded that only its forces should be placed in the Jordan Valley, along what it would like to see as a Palestinian state’s eastern border, allowing for each state to retain independent boundaries. The Israelis refused, maintaining their insistence that a future Palestinian state be demilitarized and that Israel have control of the airspace, maritime traffic and border crossings to guarantee security.

PM: No accord without Palestinians recognizing Jewish Israel
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday declared that there could be no peace agreement with the Palestinians until they recognize Israel as the sovereign state of the Jewish people. In a bitter passage of a lengthy address at the opening of the 19th Knesset’s winter session, Netanyahu said Israel did not need that recognition from the Palestinians. Rather, he said, the Palestinians had to come to terms with Israel’s Jewish legitimacy and abandon their “nationalistic demands” on Israel. Specifically, he said, the Palestinians would have to “abandon the demand for what is called ‘the right of return’” for millions of Palestinian refugees and their descendants to Israel, otherwise there could be no “end of conflict” accord. 
Israeli leader vows hard-line in Palestinian talks
Israel's prime minister on Monday said he is making a "real effort" to reach peace with the Palestinians, but vowed to maintain a hard-line stance in recently relaunched negotiations. The tough positions laid out by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu drew jeers from opposition lawmakers, and the Palestinians, already wary of his intentions, questioned his commitment to peace. Under heavy U.S. pressure, Israel and the Palestinians in July relaunched the first substantive peace talks in nearly five years. The talks have taken place in secrecy, and the sides have mostly remained quiet about their content. The negotiations are to stretch until April.

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