We are living in exciting times. The Signposts point to Jesus soon return.

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

TV report: Abbas said ‘no’ to Obama on 3 core peace issues

Prophecy Sign:  The future seven year peace covenant 

Notice - Israel doesn't exist in the above map of Palestine 
Current negotiations for a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians is very likely to fail as the Palestinians have entrenched themselves behind their three NO's barricade;  NO to a Jewish State designation, NO to the abandonment of the right of return of millions of Palestinians to Israel, and NO to the end of any further conflicts with Israel.  Seems pretty clear....the Palestinians only want peace on their terms alone.  What will this ultimately mean for down the road?   WAR!!

And in preparation of such a scenario, the Israelis have seen a circumstance that has lead to each and every one of their embassies world wide being shuttered.  Now the reasons given are due to an employee work related strike, but it shows just how quickly the Israelis can shut the doors, (a trial run perhaps??), on all their overseas political outposts in the event the Epicentre, (Middle-East), goes to war.

He will confirm a covenant with many for one 'seven.' In the middle of the 'seven' he will put an end to sacrifice and offering. And at the temple he will set up an abomination that causes desolation, until the end that is decreed is poured out on him. Daniel 9:27 NIV

TV report: Abbas said ‘no’ to Obama on 3 core peace issues
On his trip to Washington this week, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas rejected US Secretary of State John Kerry’s framework document for continued peace talks with Israel, and issued “three no’s” on core issues, leaving the negotiations heading for an explosive collapse, an Israeli TV report said Friday.
Specifically, the report said, Abbas rejected Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s demand that he recognize Israel as a Jewish state. He also refused to abandon the Palestinian demand for a “right of return” for millions of Palestinians and their descendants — a demand that, if implemented, would drastically alter Israel’s demographic balance and which no conceivable Israeli government would accept. And finally, he refused to commit to an “end of conflict,” under which a peace deal would represent the termination of any further Palestinian demands of Israel

Netanyahu: No sign of progress in diplomatic process
The Palestinians are refusing to budge on the issue of recognizing Israel as a Jewish state and forfeiting the “right of return,” Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said on Sunday. It was impossible to say there was progress right now in the diplomatic process, he said at Sunday’s weekly cabinet meeting, but “we are continuing to work with the Americans.”

Foreign Ministry goes on strike, all Israel's embassies and consulates abroad to close
Foreign Ministry’s workers committee declared a full-fledged strike on Sunday, closing the ministry and all the country’s embassies and consulates around the world for the first time. The strike is the latest development in a nearly two-year-old work dispute that the workers declared for improved salaries and work conditions. Seven months of mediation efforts exploded on March 4 when the workers rejected a Finance Ministry proposal. The workers then resumed crippling labor measures that had been put on hold during the mediation period.

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