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Thursday, July 31, 2014

Will Rising European anti-Semitism Lead to a 'New' Holocaust?

Prophecy Sign:  Rising antisemitism/Jewish hatred



Wow!! We simply can't believe just how fast the new antisemitism is growing, to the point were some are warning it could all lead to yet another Holocaust. Unfortunately, for the writer of the article below his suggestion will be proven right as the Antichrist will indeed initiate another Jewish Holocaust during the coming Tribulation. The bible says that 2/3 of the Jews will be killed in the land, (Zechariah 13:8). Considering that there are 6 million Jews living in Israel today, that would equate to 4 million of them being put to death at the hands of Antichrist and his armies.
As always, please pray for the peace of Jerusalem and Israel and that God would make his presence known in the epicenter to both Jew and Muslim alike.

Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: "May those who love you be secure. Psalm 122:6 NIV

Will Rising European anti-Semitism Lead to a 'New' Holocaust?
“Never before since the Holocaust have we seen such a situation as today," said head of the Israeli-Jewish Congress Vladimir Sloutzker. "We are potentially looking at the beginning of another Holocaust now.” “These events will only grow in scale across Europe,” he continued. Several other speakers also spoke with caution of the rising wave of anti-Semitism in Germany and Europe that preceded the Holocaust. The head of Germany's United Jewish Appeal, Nathan Norman Gelbart, said in his address that the German Jewish community is scared "because these are things that have not occurred since 1933." He made reference to a recent Berlin demonstration where protesters shouted "death to the Jews" and other hateful slogans.

Bolivia declares Israel ‘terrorist state’, scraps visa exemption agreement
Bolivia has declared Israel to be a “terrorist state” and renounced a visa exemption agreement with the country in protest over the ongoing Israeli military offense in Gaza which already killed more than 1,300 dead and left over 7,000 wounded. Canceling the 1972 agreement which allowed Israelis to travel freely to Bolivia “means, in other words, we are declaring (Israel) a terrorist state,” the country's President Evo Morales announced.
The announcement came after a cabinet meeting of the government of Evo Morales which decided that; “The Bolivian state and people have made a firm decision to terminate the agreement on visas to Israel, from August 17, 1972, signed under a regime of dictatorship in Bolivia and that allowed Israeli citizens to enter Bolivia freely without even entry visa." Earlier in July, Morales filed a request with the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights to prosecute Israel for “crimes against humanity.”

Anti-Jewish slogans return to the streets in Germany as Mideast protests sweep Europe
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is echoing on the streets of Europe, sparking a rash of protests — both peaceful and violent — and ratcheting up tensions across the continent. Saturday in London, 45,000 protesters gathered outside Israel’s embassy, chanting “Free Palestine.” In France, a nation already facing an uptick in anti-Semitic violence before the Israeli strikes on Gaza, pro-Palestinian youths last week looted and set fire to Jewish businesses in a suburb of Paris. French authorities have banned anti-Israel protests, but thousands of young demonstrators have defied the edict, engaging police with rocks and bottles.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/the-israeli-palestinian-conflict-spills-into-europe-with-protests-anti-jewish-slogans/2014/07/30/36ca8d41-b5a4-4790-9b53-c94e75da4ba6_story.html


Sharansky: Jewish history in Europe is at the beginning of its end
Jewish Agency Chairman Natan Sharansky warned last week that "we are seeing the beginning of the end of Jewish history in Europe," in an op-ed published in the U.K.'s Jewish Chronicle last week. Sharansky joins a number of European figures, including French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, to warn about the alarming rise of anti-Semitism on the continent since the beginning of Israel's military operation in Gaza on July 8. In Britain alone, the number of anti-Jewish incidents has more than doubled in the past month. According to a report in the Daily Mail, more than 100 events have been recorded since the beginning of Operation Protective Edge, the second-highest total since Israel's Operation Pillar of Defense in 2008.

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