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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Signs of rift between Israel and US over Iran

Prophecy Sign:  The coming prophetic Middle East wars - Iran, (Ezekiel 38)

While the world rushes headlong into a policy of appeasement with the Iranian government, (some observers see a parallel with Nazi Germany in 1938), the Israeli government continues to sound the alarms and warnings to the nations not to go there. But nobody is listening, especially the Obama administration who as Middle-East expert, Caroline Glick says, (article below - "White House seems giddy"), are unrestrained in their giddiness over the prospect of an agreement with the Iranians over Iran's nuclear program.  A program which may not actually be halted, but simply slowed down.  So what does that mean?  Iran won't have the bomb tomorrow but perhaps a week from Thursday??  You can see why Israel is somewhat worried to say the least.

Prophecy indicates that Iran, (Persia/Elam), will be involved in an invasion attempt of Israel in the last days, and may suffer a severe blow to her military might which will send many peoples of Iran running for the cover of nations around the world, (Jeremiah 49:35-36).

Persia, Cush and Put will be with them, all with shields and helmets, also Gomer with all its troops, and Beth Togarmah from the far north with all its troops--the many nations with you. Ezekiel 38:5-6 NIV

Signs of rift between Israel and US over Iran
Just days after the first round of global nuclear talks with Iran, a rift appears to be emerging between Israel and its closest ally, the United States. Israel’s prime minister on Sunday called on the US to step up the pressure on Iran, even as American officials hinted at the possibility of easing tough economic pressure. Meanwhile, a leading Israeli daily reported the outlines of what could be construed in the West as genuine Iranian compromises in the talks. The differing approaches could bode poorly for Israel as the talks between six global powers and Iran gain steam in the coming months. 

Netanyahu: Iran has systematically misled the int'l community, continue the pressure
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu reaffirmed Sunday that the international community should not ease up on pressuring Iran with regard to its nuclear program. "We must remember that the Iranian regime has systematically misled the international community," the prime minister said at the beginning of his weekly cabinet meeting. Netanyahu made the remarks a few days after the end of nuclear talks in Geneva between six world powers and Iran.

Tehran hard-liners say Iran was asked to slow, not halt, enrichment
The six world powers negotiating with Iran over its disputed nuclear program asked Tehran in an opening proposal earlier this week to slow, rather than halt, low-level uranium enrichment at its two enrichment facilities, a hard-line website in Iran reported. The Mashregh website said the six countries proposed in a meeting in Geneva on Tuesday and Wednesday that Iran also slow the installation of gas centrifuges, the machines that produce enriched uranium, at the Natanz and Fordo nuclear facilities. The Obama administration declined to comment on the report.

White House seems giddy about genocidal, nuclear weapons-developing mullocracy
Speaking to the Knesset's Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee on Wednesday, Strategic Affairs Minister Yuval Steinitz explained Israel's concerns about the nuclear negotiations with Iran in Geneva. "We're worried Geneva 2013 will end up like Munich 1938." Well, the time for worrying has passed. The statements from the Obama administration and the EU following the closing of the first round of talks all made clear that Geneva 2013 is Munich 1938. The White House was unable to restrain its excitement at the prospect of a deal with the genocidal, nuclear weapons developing mullocracy. White House spokesman Jay Carney said, "The Iranian proposal was a new proposal with a level of seriousness and substance that we had not seen before."

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