Prophecy Sign: The coming prophetic Middle-East war - Iran
So after all the recent negotiations between Iran and the Western nations, (including America), not a darn thing has changed. Iran is still working towards the goal of nuclear weapons with the ultimate goal of using those weapons for the 'full obliteration' of Israel.
So what does the current occupier of the White House in American have to say about all this? Is he condemning the nutcases in Iran? Of course not, he is instead 'going nuclear' over the Israeli Prime Minister's audacity to accept an invite to speak before Congress on this very central issue to Israel's continued existence. Somebody forgot to tell Obama about this, and now he's all bent out of shape.
On the mountains of Israel you will fall, you and all your troops and the nations with you. I will give you as food to all kinds of carrion birds and to the wild animals. You will fall in the open field, for I have spoken, declares the Sovereign Lord. I will send fire on Magog and on those who live in safety in the coastlands, and they will know that I am the Lord. Ezekiel 39:4-6 NIV
Iran: Goal Remains Israel's Full Obliteration
A top Iranian general last week reiterated that one of the Islamic Republic’s chief military goals remains the “full obliteration” of the Jewish State of Israel, according to
state-run PRESSTV. Iranian forces “will continue and deepen support for the
Muslim combatants and fighters in the region until full removal of this very
epitome of evil from the geopolitics of the region,” said the chief of Iran’s
Islamic Revolution Guards Corps, Maj.-Gen. Mohammad Ali Jafari (pictured), in
reference to Israel.
Jafari was responding to last week’s assassination of another Iranian general,
Mohammad Ali Allahdadi, who was killed when Israel
targeted Hezbollah field commander Jihad Mughniyeh near the border of the Golan
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Iran Lawmakers Drafting Law on Nuclear Enrichment Hike
parliament has started to draft a law that would allow the country's nuclear
scientists to intensify their uranium enrichment, a step that could complicate
ongoing talks with world powers. The move, announced Saturday by parliament's
National Security and Foreign Policy Committee, comes after U.S.
lawmakers said they were planning legislation that could place new sanctions on
negotiations between Iran
and the permanent members of the U.N. Security Council -- Britain,
China, France, Russia
and the United States
-- plus Germany,
face a June 30 deadline for a final deal. But with two deadlines already missed
last year both sides have admitted big differences remain on the hard detail of
what a comprehensive agreement would look like.
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Iran Nuclear Deal Prospects Fade as Israel Digs In Against Terms
The odds of reaching a deal to prevent
from developing nuclear weapons that could pass muster in Tehran,
Jerusalem and the U.S. Congress are
growing longer. U.S.
officials have never said the chances of success were better than 50-50, and
privately some American negotiators are much more pessimistic than that as the
negotiations head toward a March 24 deadline to agree on a political framework.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday that he “strongly
objects” to the terms of the potential nuclear deal. That’s a message he’s
likely to press when he comes to Washington
in March, shortly before Israeli elections, to address a joint meeting of Congress
and rally pro-Israel activists to lobby lawmakers too.
White House going nuclear on Netanyahu
Thou shall not cross Dear Leader. With their guttersniping failing to stop Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s planned March speech before Congress, White House aides are unloading their full arsenal of bile. “He spat in our face publicly, and that’s no way to behave,” one Obama aide told an Israeli newspaper. “Netanyahu ought to remember that President Obama has a year and a half left to his presidency, and that there will be a price.” It is pointless to say petty threats do not become the Oval Office. Trying to instruct this White House on manners recalls what Mark Twain said about trying to teach a pig to sing: It wastes your time and annoys the pig.