Tuesday, November 09, 2010

Obama Publically Criticizes Israel While In Indonesia

Sowing more discord between muslims and Jews, the man who occupies the White House, Obama in Indonesia, a predominantly muslim country,  has publiclly criticized Israel’s construction plans in East Jerusalem.

Most rational people would say that this kind of one sided statement, for someone who is suppose to be the leader of the free world but who is now publically criticizing Israel and  appeasing Indonesia’s radical Islamists as well as muslims worldwide, is not what is helpful when it comes to the pursuit of peace in the Middle east, and the world,  and is quite inappropriate.

Tue Nov 9, 7:43 am ET
JAKARTA, Indonesia – President Barack Obama has criticized Israel construction plans in East Jerusalem, saying they're unhelpful to the pursuit of peace. Source.
Whether Oboma understands it or not,  Jerusalem will never be divided until the great tribulation period, according to Zechariah 14:2 when the Lord gathers all nations against Jerusalem to battle and the city shall be taken, and the houses rifled, and the women ravished; and half of the city shall go forth into captivity, and the residue of the people shall not be cut off from the city, and Revelation 11:2

If Jerusalem is to be a burdensome stone, as prophesied, and as we are now seeing, it will not be just handed over to the Arabs as Obama and the Arabs want. What we will continue to see is Netanyahu agree to a two state solution publically to get Obama, the Arabs and the international community off his back; but in order for the two state solution to be successful, there will have to be conditions that will have to met by both parties, Israel and the Arabs, and this will never happen.

The solution the  world wants is for  Israel to be  wiped off the map, but praise God, this will never happen. Obama is not in a position to criticize Israel.  Jesus will be returning soon, and set him and the rest of the arabs straight, and there will be no further negotiations.


JERUSALEM — Prime Minister’s Benjamin Netanyahyu’s office sharply rejected international criticism of Israel'
s most recently announced building plans in East Jerusalem, saying in a statement: “Jerusalem is not a settlement: Jerusalem is the capital of the State of Israel.” Source

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