In one of the worst kept secrets in history, Israel confirmed yesterday that, indeed, it was the Israeli Air Force that took out the Syrian nuclear reactor in 2007. While Israel is notorious for neither confirming nor denying military actions, there was really no doubt whose aircraft launched airstrikes on the nuclear facility over 10 years ago.
Want to see what the airstrike looked like? Here you go:
Also, hear Lt Gen Gadi Eisenkot (Chief of the General Staff on day of the attack) describe the mission:
Zionist Organization of America President Morton Klein stated the obvious (but ignored):
“Jerusalem is not holy to Muslims…enough with this lie!”
~Arutz Sheva, 3/16/2018
Consider these facts Klein pointed out in the above-referenced article:
- Jerusalem was Israel’s capital under King David 3,000 years ago, and has never been the capital of any other country.
- When the Arabs conquered Israel in 716 AD, Ramla became their capital, not Jerusalem.
- Jewish holy books mention Jerusalem 700 times. It is not mentioned in the Qur’an even once.
- Arabs have never cared enough to invest in Jerusalem.
- When Jordan controlled Jerusalem between 1948-1967, everything of importance was built in Amman, not Jerusalem.
- During that time, Jerusalem became a slum, lacking water, electricity and plumbing,
No matter how you slice it, the land belongs to Israel. (See 8 Principles Regarding Israel and Her Land) However, that doesn’t mean there will be no challenges. Let’s pray for Jews to live in righteousness in their land so they may reap the benefits of God’s full promise to them!
When Yeshua came near the slope of the Mount of Olives, the whole crowd of disciples began to rejoice. They praised God with a loud voice for all the miracles they had seen, saying, “Blessed is the King who comes in the name of Adonai! Shalom in heaven and glory in the highest!”
Some of the Pharisees from the crowd said to Him, “Teacher, rebuke Your disciples!”
But answering, Yeshua said, “I tell you that if these keep silent, the stones will cry out.”
We will never be rebuked for praising King Jesus! However, if we fail to do so, Jesus said the rocks will cry out! In Israel, the rocks are crying out! Enjoy The Stones Cry Out! by One for Israel.
Don’t let rocks do what you were created to do!
By now you know that President Trump has announced the US will move the embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in May. Despite threats of turmoil and retaliation from Arabs and Palestinians, Trump made good on a campaign promise.
But did you know the Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995 ordered the US Embassy to be situated in Jerusalem no later than May 31, 1999? In fact, the law actually stipulated 3 things:
President Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, as well as his announcement that the embassy will be moved to Jerusalem were simply fulfillment of law that Congress passed 23 years ago! (See a copy of the Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995 here.)
But how did the law originate? In the 1990’s, David Parsons (who is now a Vice President and Senior Spokesperson for ICEJ), drafted the bill, including the three specific points noted above. The bill changed somewhat (including the provision of presidential waivers) before being passed by Congress in 1995. But it was almost a quarter century later when President Trump finally did what no other president had the courage to do: fulfill the provisions of the Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995!
Recently, David Parsons was interviewed by CBN, where he discussed the significance of the recent presidential pronouncements. Take time to view the 6 1/2-minute interview here and read the story here.