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Saturday, May 3, 2014

Surprise! Hamas Won't Recognize Israel

Prophecy Sign:  The seven year covenant of peace between Israel and the many

Well after glowing reports that Hamas in re-uniting with Fatah, (and the Palestinians), was ready to recognize Israel, come new reports that indicate otherwise.  In fact a spokesman for Hamas is now saying that it is a complete lie, and that Hamas recognizing Israel is a non starter.  At the same time, Hamas leader, Khaled Mashaal, goes even further by committing to jiihad, (armed conflict), against Israel.

As Israel will never negotiated with Hamas, it is safe to say that any and all peace talks are now dead in the water.  The question is, now what?  Will the Palestinians, who have long desired to take possession of all of the Holy Land, now seek war with Israel?  Bible prophecy warns of a series of last days Arab/Israel wars which will see the Arab confederacy seek to destroy the name of Israel forever, (Psalm 83), and takeover the entire area of Palestine, (Ezekiel 35).  It is our belief that this war will occur first before the final seven year peace accord of Daniel 9:27 is signed, sealed and delivered.

Because you have said, “These two nations and countries will be ours and we will take possession of them,” even though I the Lord was there,  therefore as surely as I live, declares the Sovereign Lord, I will treat you in accordance with the anger and jealousy you showed in your hatred of them and I will make myself known among them when I judge you. Ezekiel 35:10-11 NIV

Surprise! Hamas Won't Recognize Israel
Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas tried to soften the impact of his reconciliation with Hamas by insisting that the unrepentant terror group would “recognize Israel” upon joining his government. But, leave it to Hamas, the group is now setting the record straight, saying Abbas is dead wrong on that score. In fact, Hamas spokesman Taher Nunu is threatening to sue The Washington Post for quoting him as being far more conciliatory toward Israel than he was. The Post had apparently cited Nunu as backing up Abbas’ statement that the unity deal between Hamas and his own Fatah movement included adherence to all past agreements and recognition of Israel. “What I was quoted as telling the American paper is wrong, and I unequivocally deny it,” Nunu told Palestinian media. “The issue of Hamas recognizing Israel is a complete nonstarter.”

Mashaal: Hamas remains committed to jihad against Israel
Hamas is committed to holy war against Israel, its leader Khaled Mashaal affirmed on Wednesday, one week after it signed a reconciliation pact with Fatah. “Our path is resistance and the rifle, and our choice is jihad,” he said, in his first public comments since the deal with Fatah was announced. Mashaal spoke by phone to hundreds of Palestinians who attended the funeral of Hamas terrorists Adel and Imad Awadallah.

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