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Thursday, December 11, 2014

Europe is Becoming an Israel-free Zone, Again

Prophecy Sign:  Increasing Jewish hatred/persecution

Expect global Antisemitism and hatred of the Jews to continue to increase.  God will use all of this to draw his people back to land of their fathers.

"But now I will send for many fishermen," declares the LORD, "and they will catch them. After that I will send for many hunters, and they will hunt them down on every mountain and hill and from the crevices of the rocks. Jeremiah 16:16 NIV

Europe is Becoming an Israel-free Zone, Again
All over Europe, universities are promoting the boycott of Israeli professors. In Spain, a governmental academic program excluded the Israeli academics from Ariel University in Samaria. It happened in the socialist, modern Spain, not during the Spanish Inquisition. It doesn't stop there. That is only a cover up for the rest. There are many European areas in the bigger cities where you cannot go outside looking like a Jew. It is the rule, not the exception. Jews are safer sporting a kippa on the roads of Hawara, near Nablus, than in the outskirts of Paris. This is Europe: while it is becoming an Israel-free zone, it is trying to divide up the land of Israel, to squeeze the Jews into the coastal ghetto and to finally build a Jüdenrein Middle East. In fact, on October 30, Sweden's government became the first Western European nation in Eurooe to recognize the "Palestinian State". Since then, lawmakers in Britain, Spain and Ireland have approved motions urging recognition, while French legislators are scheduled to debate a similar measure in the next few days. We can compare these moves to the miserable Leicester decision. 

Jews rally in Paris suburb to protest rise in anti-Semitism
France has the largest Jewish population in Europe, having grown by nearly half since World War II to total some 550,000 Jews, according to the community’s umbrella group CRIF. But violent incidents like the murders of three Jewish children and a rabbi by Islamist militant gunman Muhammad Merah in 2012, and clashes at pro-Palestinian rallies in Paris in July have disturbed some in the Jewish community. In the first three months of 2014 more Jews left France for Israel than at any other time since the Jewish state was created in 1948, citing economic hardships in France’s stagnating economy but also rising anti-Semitism as a factor.

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