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Friday, September 26, 2014

Abbas to propose new Mideast peace talks timetable at UN

Prophecy Sign:  The future seven year peace covenant

There is an old expression that sums up the muddled Middle-East situation:  If the Arab/Islamic world were to unilaterally lay down its arms today there would be peace tomorrow.  If Israel were to do the same, there would be no more Israel.  As the world continues to push Israel towards a bad peace agreement, the Muslim world continues to insist that Israel has no right to exist or defend herself, (article below).

Unfortunately there will come a false peace agreement, and Israel will be at the mercy of her many enemies who will they try to eliminate her.  It will take the intervention of Jesus Christ himself to save the Jewish remnant from extinction.

You boast, "We have entered into a covenant with death, with the realm of the dead we have made an agreement. When an overwhelming scourge sweeps by, it cannot touch us, for we have made a lie our refuge and falsehood our hiding place." Isaiah 28:15 NIV

Abbas to propose new Mideast peace talks timetable at UN
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas vowed Monday to present a new timetable for peace talks with Israel when he addresses world leaders at the United Nations this week   Abbas has said he intends to propose a three-year deadline for the Israeli withdrawal to the 1967 lines, and the establishment of a Palestinian state. The latest peace talks led by US Secretary of State John Kerry collapsed in late April amid bitter recriminations on both sides. Netanyahu called off additional discussions following Abbas’s announcement of a Hamas-backed Palestinian unity government, as talks were ongoing. The Palestinians were fiercely critical of intermittent Israeli announcements of additional tenders for settlement units during the negotiations. 

'We want to make peace' with Palestinians says Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu

Muslim States Say Israel Has No Right to Self-Defense
Representatives of Muslim states participating in a session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva this week called into question Israel’s right to militarily defend itself against Palestinian terrorism. The representative from Pakistan insisted that it was “morally abhorrent” and “legally incorrect” to label Israel’s actions in Gaza this summer as self-defense. The United Arab Emirates agreed, and asserted that as an occupying power, Israel had no right to use military force in self-defense.

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