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Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Will Israel Act Alone on Iran's Nuclear Threat?

Prophecy Sign:  The coming middle-east wars - Iran

So Israel may have to go it alone in any upcoming confrontation with Iran, as her allies, (read America under Obama), backs away from any support of a military strike.  In fact Israel is being warned that if she doesn't quickly get with the consensus on a Palestinian peace plan, then Israel risks major isolation from the world.

Truly Israel will be alone during the dark days ahead, and the only one that will come to her aid is God Almighty who will destroy the armies of Persia, (Iran), and the other War of Gog/Magog nations.  Not for Israel's sake, but for the sake of God's holy name.

I will summon a sword against Gog on all my mountains, declares the Sovereign Lord. Every man’s sword will be against his brother. 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 38:21-23 NIV

Will Israel Act Alone on Iran's Nuclear Threat?
While Americans have been focusing on the Obamacare rollout and all the issues associated with the new health care law, Israel has been focusing its attention on Iran. Iran is reportedly just weeks away from producing enough uranium for a nuclear warhead. Israel has been sounding the alarm on Iran's fast-approaching capabilities to mostly deaf ears around the globe. Now, with much of the world charmed by Iran's President Hassan Rouhani, even the United States has opened up talks with the rogue nation for the first time since the Iranian Revolution in 1979. But is negotiating with the Islamic Republic on its nuclear program a good idea? How long can Israel delay action?

U.S. signals it won't be backing Israel

Washington is sending an increasingly strong signal to Israel that it will not support or engage in military action against Iran, despite Tehran’s insistence on continuing its nuclear program, according to Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.  As WND recently reported, in what amounts to a final warning, Israel said it intends to take military action against Iran’s nuclear facilities, since it believes Tehran is within a month of constructing a nuclear bomb. Israeli officials say that they may not wait that long before undertaking military action. While Iran has consistently denied its nuclear program is designed to build weapons, Israel bases its assessment on centrifuges that are producing enriched uranium at 20 percent. Israel says that provides a basis for further enrichment to more than 90 percent, which could fuel a nuclear weapon. 

Chief security adviser: If talks fail, Israel risks isolation
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s outgoing national security adviser, Yaakov Amidror, said Sunday that should the current US-brokered peace talks with the Palestinians fail, Israel’s position in the world could worsen, and international pressure would mount. At a ceremony marking the end of his tenure at the Prime Minister’s Office, Amidror said “it [is] clear to everyone that handling international pressure depends on the progress of the negotiations, and if the talks fail, it will give everyone interested in boycotting us every reason to do so.”

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