Prophecy Sign: The coming prophetic Middle-East War(s)So a framework deal has been reached between Iran and the international negotiators, with a full comprehensive agreement to be signed off by June 30 of this year. The negotiators claim that this deal will end Iran's race for the bomb and peace will remain in the Middle-East, (did we not hear much the same in 1938 when the world powers of that day came to an agreement with Hitler prior to World War 2).
It now falls on Israel to decide if this is a deal they can live with, or if this is a very bad deal which will result in a unilateral Israeli strike on the Iranian nuclear program. Should that happen, then the world could see a full-scale war in the Middle-East. The link below to the Op-Ed article titled "Apocalyptic Betrayals' is a very good read and describes just what may happen should Israel launch an attack on Iran. According to the article it would compound into a World War 3 scenario based in the Middle-East.
To those that have read their bible, the entire scenario laid out in the article sounds just like that written of in bible prophecy. An attack on the the Iranian nuclear program, (Jeremiah 49:35-36), would result in retaliation by the Iranian proxies bordering Israel, (Psalm 83), compounding into a full scale war involving almost all the nations of the Middle-East, (Ezekiel 38/39).
Stay tuned, and keep praying for the peace of Israel and for the rest of the world.
Tehran and world powers reach solutions on Iran nuclear program
Iran and international powers have reached “solutions on key parameters” of Tehran’s nuclear program following eight-day talks in Switzerland, according to a joint statement issued by the negotiators on Thursday. During the media conference EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said the deal achieved as a result of the talks creates the basis of a future comprehensive nuclear agreement between Iran and six powers which is to be concluded by a June 30 deadline. The agreement envisages the Fordow facility being converted into a nuclear physics center with no fissile material. It was agreed that the Natantz facility would remain as the only nuclear power plant in the country. Under the deal Tehran was obliged to refrain from creating nuclear weapons.
Obama: Framework deal on Iran nuclear program 'best option' for Israel
US President Barack Obama on Thursday said a framework agreement reached at talks on Iran's nuclear program is "a good deal" that would, if fully implemented, prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon. "Today, the United States, together with our allies and partners, has reached an historic understanding with Iran, which if fully implemented, will prevent it from obtaining a nuclear weapon," Obama said in statement at the White House. "If this framework leads to a final comprehensive deal, it will make our country, our allies and our world safer," he said. "It is a good deal," Obama added. Turning to Israel's concerns over the Iranian nuclear issue, Obama said the framework accord provided the "best option" to ensure the Islamic Republic does not achieve nuclear weapons capabilities.
Iran nuclear talks: 'Framework' deal agreed
According to the US, the outline deal includes the following conditions:
Iran will reduce its stored centrifuges by two-thirds and reduce its stockpile of low-enriched uranium
Iran's excess centrifuges and nuclear enrichment infrastructure will be placed in storage, monitored by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
All of Iran's nuclear facilities will be subject to regular IAEA inspections
Iran will redesign its heavy water reactor in Arak so that it cannot produce weapons-grade plutonium
US and EU sanctions related to Iran's nuclear programme will be lifted in phases, but can be brought back if Iran doesn't meet its obligations.
Mr Obama said the deal's implementation would be closely watched. "If Iran cheats, the world will know it," he said, adding that the deal was based not on trust but on "unprecedented verification".
Op-Ed: Apocalyptic Betrayals, (very good op-ed article)
What follows is a nuclear World War III. Iran will retaliate with an overwhelming barrage of potent, long-range ballistic missiles on Israel's population centers, and will likely also target the Israeli nuclear reactor in Dimona (which action could itself produce massive casualties). Hezbollah, which has about 100,000 long-range missiles supplied by Iran, will add to the unstoppable downpour of missiles. For all of its impressive successes, Israeli missile defense systems are simply ill-equipped to handle such a huge number of incoming missiles, and so there will be thousands of casualties.
The world, as usual, will do nothing but excoriate Israel and call for restraint, leaving Israel with countless casualties. Adjusted for population differences, ten thousand dead in tiny Israel is like about 400,000 killed in the USA. At that point (if not much sooner), Israel will feel that it's very survival requires nuking Tehran and a few other major cities, which would destroy the regime along with maybe a million people. The Sunni countries threated by Shiite Iran's hegemonic aggression in the region may have already entered the fray at that point, or would do so soon after, and the centuries-old Sunni-Shia conflict would explode throughout the region even more than it already has. It's not clear how the war eventually ends, but there will be even more chaos as failed states and radical extremism spread across the Middle East. The price of oil will skyrocket to unseen levels, and none of this will be good for U.S. interests.