The Jerusalem Report – 12/01/2017 – Two Peace Deals For Israel

Two coalitions, alliances, exist now in the Middle East that did not exist before the Obama administration. 

The 4+1 Coalition is directly north of the newly forming Israeli-Saudi Coalition in the south. The Middle East is now divided along an east-west axis which creates a “north” Middle East and a “south” Middle East.

This Israel-Saudi Arabia alliance is another step to shape the coming war between Iran and Saudi Arabia which will spark global war. Yes, the entire earth will be involved in the war between Daniel’s King of the North and King of the South.

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Much is happening in the world that affects Israel this week. ISIS perpetrated an attack in the Sinai Peninsula that killed hundreds of Muslims. Find out why ISIS continues killing Muslims and what this means for non-Muslims.

Will the Trump administration start pushing a new peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians? The US embassy move to Jerusalem is on President Donald Trump’s plate again. Will he waive moving the embassy again?

But first, let’s look at another peace deal – a brand new proposal for peace with Israel – from Saudi Arabia. Stay tuned!

TWO PEACE DEALS AND A US PRESIDENT’S AGENDA

The proposed alliance between Saudi Arabia and Israel is nothing more than politics and military strategy to the globalists. For Messiah’s coming Kingdom, it is more than that. It is the continuing process of fulfilling the Daniel 11:40-45 war between the Kings of the North and South.

Dan 11:40 And at the time of the end shall the king of the south push at him: and the king of the north shall come against him like a whirlwind, with chariots, and with horsemen, and with many ships; and he shall enter into the countries, and shall overflow and pass over. 

Dan 11:41 He shall enter also into the glorious land, and many countries shall be overthrown: but these shall escape out of his hand, even Edom, and Moab, and the chief of the children of Ammon. 

Dan 11:42 He shall stretch forth his hand also upon the countries: and the land of Egypt shall not escape. 

Dan 11:43 But he shall have power over the treasures of gold and of silver, and over all the precious things of Egypt: and the Libyans and the Ethiopians shall be at his steps. 

Dan 11:44 But tidings out of the east and out of the north shall trouble him: therefore he shall go forth with great fury to destroy, and utterly to make away many. 

Dan 11:45 And he shall plant the tabernacles of his palace between the seas in the glorious holy mountain; yet he shall come to his end, and none shall help him. 

Two coalitions, alliances, exist now in the Middle East that did not exist before the Obama administration. The first one formed because Obama meddled in the Middle East by causing the Arab uprising in December 2010 as a cover for a larger agenda. The larger agenda was the control of pipeline distribution systems, one of which is in Syria. The other one is in Ukraine and is the second place Obama started a war.

The U.S. military presence in Syria stirred up Iran and Russia who began planning ways to remove the U.S. from the Middle East. They created a 4+1 Coalition – Iran, Iraq, Syria, Hezbollah + Russia – that spawned BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) and involved, also, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), founded in 2001.

Together, the 4+1 Coalition, BRICS and the SCO created an economic and military split in the old globalist New World Order run by the western elites. No longer is there one New World Order. There are now two New World Orders and they are about to go to war. When they do, the war will not simply be about the two New World Orders. This coming war between the old western New World Order and the new eastern New World Order will be about the 1400-year-old Islamic split between the Sunnis and Shi’ites.

Why will the coming war be about more than just politics between the two New World Orders? It will be because the two nations pushing the war agenda forward are Iran and Saudi Arabia. They will force the entire world into their religious problem.

Daniel’s Kings of the North and South are Kings that are 1) north and south of each other, and 2) have formerly occupied Israel.

The entire Bible is Israel-centric – meaning that the Kingdom of Israel is the central subject matter. That is why there is no speculation that these two Kings are in the Middle East. It is a fact.

The 4+1 Coalition is directly north of the newly forming Israeli-Saudi Coalition in the south. The Middle East is now divided along an east-west axis which creates a “north” Middle East and a “south” Middle East.

North (Shi’ite) – South (Sunni)

The response from the Western New World Order to the increasing closeness of the Eastern New World Order (the 4+1 Coalition and their latest alliances) is to make peace between old enemies. It appears Saudi Arabia and Israel may become peace partners

Secret correspondence between the Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al Jubeir and Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman reveals the draft of a possible peace deal. The full text of the document lists five basic principles supposedly agreed upon between Israel and Saudi Arabia, which would constitute the framework for a regional agreement and the end of the Arab-Israeli conflict.

The five principles are as follows:

Jerusalem – “The Annexation of Jerusalem to international sovereignty as per the 1937 and 1947 partition plans”. This will mean Jerusalem does not belong to either the Arabs or Jews.

Palestinian Refugees – “Saudi Arabia affirms its aspiration to settle Palestinian refugees in their countries of residence. The Kingdom can contribute to this effort by supporting innovative solutions such as cancelling the Arab League’s decision from the 1950s by which no Arab nation is to settle Palestinian refugees within their borders, as well as divert efforts to the redistribution and settlement of Palestinian refugees throughout the Arab states.”

American Mediation and Agreed Upon Principles – “The United States and Saudi Arabia will reach agreements regarding the main principles for ending the conflict, after which President Trump would summon the foreign ministers of the region to a summit in order to obtain their agreements, and only after all have agreed to the same basic principals, would the actual negotiations begin.”

Saudi Influence – “Saudi Arabia’s most effective and important role is to recruit others to support this deal, which will usher in a new era of peace and prosperity between Israel and the Arab and Muslim worlds. At first, normalization of relations with Israel will not enjoy wide public support throughout the Arab world, But Saudi Arabia believes that the combination of Israeli technology and the Gulf state’s economic power and energy markets could bring out the Middle East’s full potential and obtain peace, prosperity and stability.

Can anyone say, “peace and security” or peace and safety. We all know that the prophecy says when they say these words, sudden destruction comes.

Iran – The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the longest lasting conflict in the region. Over the years, it has served as a justification for the actions of extremists, and has also distracted the major players in the region from focusing on the central threat to its stability – Iran. In accordance to the deal, both Israel and Saudi Arabia must commit themselves to an effective cooperation in order to stop Iran.

This peace deal does not give Jerusalem to Israel. It will not satisfy the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. Iran will be spurred to continue its path of dominance in the northern Middle East if the Arab League agrees to a deal between the Israelis and the Saudis.

Would Saudi Arabia accept a peace deal with Israel if Jerusalem remained divided territory, not international territory? The answer is probably ‘yes’. Despite the reinstatement of pre-1967 borders still being the primary reference point in any discussions for a peaceful settlement between Israel and the Palestinians, Saudi Arabia will likely accept any kind of deal.

According to Brig. Gen. Yaakov Nagel, a former Netanyahu advisor, the Saudis ‘don’t give a damn’ about the Palestinians, they just want Israel’s help with Iran”.

Therein lies the real reason that Saudi Arabia and the Arab League now love Israel. They can’t fight Iran without Israel. Little do they know that Israel cannot fight Iran, either, at least according to the Book of Daniel.

For the Saudi peace deal, President Donald Trump intends to propose the Palestinians declare independence, after which the United States will recognize the Palestinian state. The Palestinians will also receive hundreds of millions of dollars from Sunni Arab countries as aid.

Do you see how Donald Trump is using the Palestinian-Israeli mess to further his agenda in the Middle East?

The White House denied these reports. “There is constant speculation and guessing about what we are working on and this report is more of the same,” the White House said in a statement. “It is not an accurate representation, rather it is a mix of possibilities and ideas that have existed for decades.”

Concessions and announcements about the kind of relationship that has been between Israel and the Arabs are being made. A former Saudi minister and prominent Muslim cleric has stated that there can be no justification for any religious-motivated violence, even against Israel. 

Other Arab nations are now declaring themselves to be Israel’s friends, Arab nations that only a few years ago wanted to kill all Jews. Now, they are making overtures to Israel in an effort to push forward the Israeli-Saudi peace deal.

The latest overture comes from Kuwait. Kuwaiti writer Abdullah Al-Hadlaq said that Israel was an independent and legitimate sovereign state and that there was no occupation, but instead, “a people returning to its promised land.” “When the State of Israel was established in 1948, there was no state called ‘Palestine,'” said Al-Hadlaq. He recalled that he had once written: “I wished that we could be like the people of the State of Israel, who rallied, down to the very last one, to defend a single Israeli soldier.” In the interview, which was broadcast by the Kuwaiti Alrai TV channel on November 19, Al-Hadlaq further said that he believed in peaceful coexistence with Israel and envisioned a three-way alliance of Israel, the Arab Gulf states, and America “in order to annihilate Hizbullah beyond resurrection.” The interview caused an uproar in the Arab media and social networks.

Kuwait, a nation that has always been unfriendly to Israel and refuses diplomatic relations with Israel, wants “a peaceful coexistence with Israel and envisioned a three-way alliance of Israel, the Arab Gulf states, and America “in order to annihilate Hizbullah beyond resurrection. In other words, the Arabs are looking to Israel to fight their Sunni-Shi’ite battle!

Abdullah Al-Hadlaq: “From the religious perspective, Quranic verse 5:21 proves that the Israelites have the right to the Holy Land. Allah says: ‘When Moses said to his people… Oh my people, enter the Holy Land which Allah has assigned to you.’ So Allah assigned that land to them, and they did not plunder it. The plundering entity is whoever was there before the arrival of the Israelites. Therefore, I do not go for obsolete slogans and terms like ‘Zionist plundering entity,’ and so on. The fact that I am an Arab should by no means prevent me from recognizing Israel. I recognize Israel as a state and as a fact of reality, without denying my Arab identity and affiliation.”

Guest: “I don’t know… Let’s determine the frame of discussion. Is Palestine and its occupation an Arab cause or a religious one?”

Abdullah Al-Hadlaq: “There is no occupation. There is a people returning to its promised land….

“Are you aware that the history of the Israelites is ancient, predating Islam? Therefore, we Muslims must acknowledge that the Israelites have a right to that land, and that they have not plundered it. The people who say that it was plundered are still thinking in the mentality of the 1950s and before.

Now we come to a friendlier nation that is also making headlines for its view of Jews.

Prince Albert II of Monaco, a nation that has always been friendly to Israel, has asked forgiveness for turning 90 Jews over to the Nazis, and says Jews are an important part of his kingdom. A delegation of rabbis from the Conference of European Rabbis (CER) met with Monaco’s Prince Albert II in the Prince’s Monte Carlo palace last week.

Prince Albert announced, “Jews are an important part of our kingdom, and I am happy you chose to gather here in our country. Welcome to Monaco. We will never harm the Jews,” he said.

He then apologized for Monaco handing 90 Jews over to the Nazis during World War II. Prince Albert said he has wanted to fix the injustice and therefore created a fund to provide compensation to Holocaust victims living in Monaco. Six years ago, he created a committee to examine Monaco’s actions during World War II.

Last week, there was an uproar in Medina because an Israeli Jew sneaked Hebrew script into the city. But not only into the city – he got it all the way into a mosque. He even posed for photographs while holding the Hebrew scriptures inside the mosque.

Ben Tzion, 31, an Israeli blogger, says he visited Saudi Arabia legally, using a foreign passport to get a visa. Israeli passport-holders are banned from the country, as they are from most Arab nations.

He then made his way wearing traditional Arab clothing to Medina, one of the two Holy Cities of Islam in Saudi Arabia, along with Mecca. Non-Muslims are formally banned from entering them.

Ben’s visit sparked a Twitter storm. The Arabic hashtag “A_Zionist_In_the_Prophet’s_Mosque,” which refers to Ben’s trip, was used over 90,000 times in the two days after he posted his pictures. Many of the tweets that criticized Tzion’s visit were by people who identified on the social media platform as Qataris or Palestinians.

One writer said he found it “shocking to learn” about the “Zionist” Ben Tzion’s visit to the Medina mosque, and asserted that it pointed to a deepening alliance between Israel and Saudi Arabia.

This Israel-Saudi Arabia alliance is another step to shape the coming war between Iran and Saudi Arabia which will spark global war. Yes, the entire earth will be involved in the war between Daniel’s King of the North and King of the South.

4+1 COALITION NOT BUYING

The Lebanese are itching for war with Israel. Lebanon’s army chief urged his soldiers on Tuesday to stand fully ready at the border with Israel, to face the “threats of the Israeli enemy.”

Iranian President Rouhani cautioned Middle-Eastern countries regarding ‘falling for Israel’s trap‘. Rouhani also defended Hezbollah’s purported role in defending Lebanon. “Hezbollah’s role is to defend the Lebanese people. Its weapons are thus for defensive purposes only,” the Iranian president said.

The United States, for its part, has announced that U.S. forces will remain in Syria for a long time to come.

There is a chilling prophecy in 2 Kings chapter 2. This chapter tells the story of Elijah being taken into heaven and Elisha taking his place as the lead prophet.

Elijah is the prophet that comes before the time of trouble. Elijah prepares the way for the arrival of the King, Messiah, doing so amid great destruction. If we understand this parable, we will understand what is about to happen all over the face of the earth.

2Ki 2:23 And he went up from thence unto Bethel: and as he was going up by the way, there came forth little children out of the city, and mocked him, and said unto him, Go up, thou bald head; go up, thou bald head. 

2Ki 2:24 And he turned back, and looked on them, and cursed them in the name of the LORD. And there came forth two she bears out of the wood, and tare forty and two children of them. 

These verses are a prophecy about Elisha’s repentance message that comes during the time of trouble. Elijah’s message comes before, Elisha’s comes after the trouble begins. In fact, according to this prophecy, Elisha’s message is a curse to the immature, the “little”, children of God.

These verses reference the two bears first, then the number of the children is mentioned second. Why? This is a chronological order. First, there is a war with two bears. Why? Because the immature, “little”, children of YHVH mocked Elisha, they mocked the mantle of the prophet Elijah through Elisha. They do this after Elijah, whose message is a call to repentance and return to Torah-observance, is gone. This may mean that the time for YHVH to continue striving with man is also gone. In other words, the call for repentance has passed and the call for judgment has gone out.

Yes, there will still be opportunity for repentance, but now it will be during the time of trouble. Elijah came before the time of trouble. Elisha, wearing Elijah’s mantle, is the announcement that the time of trouble is here.

All over the earth, YHVH is warning His people of impending danger, but they refuse to listen and are continuing on their merry way in their idolatry. Elijah was the prophet that called the idolaters of Israel to repentance and to return to Jerusalem.  Globally, those who call themselves part of Israel – i.e. mostly in the Christian church – are mocking Elijah’s message by refusing to leave the comfort of their church pews.

The number of children involved in the mocking is the same as the number of months in the Great Tribulation.

The coming war of the Kings of the North and South will involve two bears – Russia and Iran. We know that Russia is a bear, but Iran is also a bear. Modern Iran is the remnant of the ancient Persian empire whose mascot was a bear. In other articles on Beast Watch News, I have reported on the history of the Russians and Iranians showing how they are the same people who were split when the Greek empire conquered Persia.

Whether or not the Saudis and U.S. can entice Israel to make this alliance remains to be seen, but Daniel is clear about the nations that constitute the King of the South. This alliance may or may not be formalized, but that won’t matter. The fact is that the informal King of the South Coalition with Israel already exists and Iran is already reacting to it.

Iran has dispatched warships to the Gulf of MexicoAt a time when Iran is looking to expand and modernize its military in the face of what is seen as a growing U.S. threat, its newly appointed navy commander, Rear Admiral Hossein Khanzadi, held his first press conference Wednesday, announcing that a fleet of Iranian ships would soon depart for the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico en route to visits to a number of South American countries, Iran’s semi-official Tasnim News Agency reported. The move is reportedly part of a push to project Iran’s military on a more global scale and establish international ties as President Donald Trump and his allies, including Israel and Saudi Arabia, seek to isolate the revolutionary Shiite Muslim power.

While Iran was dispatching warships to the Gulf of Mexico, the Saudis continued to provoke them by calling the Iranian Supreme Leader ‘Hitler’. In an interview with the New York Times, the Saudi Arabian prince and defense minister called Iran’s Supreme Leader “the new Hitler of the Middle East.”

The King of North will patrol the eastern and southern borders of the U.S. China is patrolling the U.S. West coast, Russia patrols both coasts, but particularly the East coast and, of course, Russia has missiles pointed directly at the U.S. mainland from the Arctic Circle. All of these are further preparation and escalation of the coming war while the King of the South continues to provoke, or push, at him just as Daniel the prophet said would happen.

TWO-STATES FOR TWO PEOPLES

While the Israeli-Saudi peace deal is in the works, the Trump administration has reawakened the comatose two-state peace solution between the Israelis and the Palestinians. President Trump has not moved the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem, as promised (although he is still considering the move), but is moving ahead with his peace agenda using Jared Kushner, a Jew, as his accomplice.

After 10 months of educating themselves on the complexities of the world’s most intractable dispute, White House officials said, Mr. Trump’s team of relative newcomers to Middle East peacemaking has moved into a new phase of its venture in hopes of transforming what it has learned into tangible steps to end a stalemate that has frustrated even presidents with more experience in the region.

According to the New York times, the prospects for peace are caught up in a web of other issues consuming the region, as demonstrated in recent days by Saudi Arabia’s growing confrontation with Iranian-backed Hezbollah in Lebanon. Israel is likewise worried about Hezbollah as well as efforts by Iran to establish a land corridor across southern Syria. If a war with Hezbollah broke out, it could scuttle any initiative with the Palestinians.

The New York Times has an incomplete understanding of the dynamics happening in the Middle East. The problems are consuming the region, as this article states. There will be war, but it will do more than “scuttle” a peace initiative with the Palestinians. This next war will destroy the region, change the power dynamic and spark global conflict.

The coming war will involve direct fighting between the U.S. and the northern Middle East alliance, the 4+1 Coalition – Iran, Iraq, Syria and Hezbollah who are backed by Russia. It is this Russia backing that should be of concern to Americans and their allies.

Gog (U.S. and its European allies) will be fought inside Israeli soil. While the U.S. is engaged in the Middle East, Russia may attack the U.S. mainland. This would be the first direct military interaction between the two countries since they have been fighting proxy wars (indirect wars) since the end of WW2.

The U.S. recently opened a defensive air base in Israel’s Negev desert. This base opens Israel to attack by the 4+1 Coalition (King of the North) who will attack the U.S. on Israel’s soil. It is possible that the U.S. will be attacked by Iran in the Negev desert as the 4+1 Coalition sweeps south into Egypt (according to Daniel 11:40-42) simultaneously when Russia attacks the U.S. mainland.

It is probable that Russia will not be alone in attacking the U.S. mainland. China has nuclear submarines armed with long range nuclear warhead carrying missiles. North Korea will likely wipe out America’s Pacific allies at the same time.

Mr. Trump’s team sees the convergence of factors that make the moment ripe, including an increased willingness by Arab states to finally solve the issue to refocus attention on Iran, which they consider the bigger threat. With that in mind, Egypt is brokering a reconciliation between Mahmoud Abbas, who presides in the West Bank, and Hamas, which controls Gaza, a deal that would cement the Palestinian Authority as the representative of the Palestinian people. Saudi Arabia has summoned Mr. Abbas to Riyadh to reinforce the importance of a deal.

In other words, Donald Trump is using the threat of Iran over Israel’s head as inducement to internationalize Jerusalem. The Trump team’s Israel-Palestinian peace deal does not mention internationalizing Jerusalem, but the Saudi deal does. These two deals together could give Donald Trump the prize, the golden ring of victory, if he is able to convince the Jews that making peace with the Palestinians will stop Iran’s push to rule the world.

The Palestinians rejected a phone call from Jared Kushner last week, a move that indicates an unwillingness to work with Kushner. This is why the Egyptians are working with the Palestinians.

Trump’s fiddling with the two peace deals – the one between Israel and the Palestinians and the one between Israel and Saudi Arabia – likely have an economic, New World Order agenda behind it.

Trump and Putin are acting like they’re dividing up areas of control. Not along ideological lines, but based on pure economic interests. Trump, as we know, defines himself first and foremost as a businessman.

If Russia can profit from huge investments in Syria during its reconstruction, the United States can profit from huge investments in Saudi Arabia, which intends to rebuild itself under Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. But the deal as a whole requires change in the Middle East. And so Trump suddenly stated that he would advance a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians. His second step was in Saudi Arabia. After a visit in which he heaped honor on King Salman, it turned out that his son Mohammed had been appointed de facto ruler.

Donald Trump is more concerned about the economics of the old western New World Order than he is about Israel’s security. He is trying to use Israel’s peace problem as leverage to heal the breach between the old western New World Order and the new eastern New World Order.

Here is a very powerful statement by Tzvia Greenfield of Haaretz: Israel and the Palestinian Authority can be furious over it, but neither of them has, or will have, a choice. Saudi Arabia (and after it, Iraq) is evidently too important a business opportunity for Trump and the American economy to allow Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Education Minister Naftali Bennett or Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to disrupt the plan, and Russia will cooperate if its interests are met. The pressure, in the north as well, will obviously continue until Israel gets the hint. Those who don’t believe that Trump can plan long-term moves like this are missing out on history in the making.

Israel is once again being put on the western New World Order’s chopping block to be sacrificed for money and power.

ISRAEL’S IRAN SOLUTION

The Jerusalem Post reported that a Kuwaiti newspaper, Al Jarida, revealed last Sunday that an Israeli source disclosed a promise from Jerusalem to destroy all Iranian facilities within 40 kilometers (25 miles) of Israel’s Golan Heights.

The source, who remains unnamed, said that during Syrian President Bashar Assad’s surprise visit to Russia last week, Assad gave Russian Premier Vladimir Putin a message for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: Damascus will agree to a demilitarized zone of up to 40 kilometers from the border in the Golan Heights as part of a comprehensive agreement between the two countries, but only if Israel does not work to remove Assad’s regime from power.

The report also claims that Putin then called Netanyahu to relay the message, and that the Israeli prime minister said he would be willing to accept the deal, but that Israel’s goal of eradicating Iran and Hezbollah from the country would remain.

The Jerusalem Post also reported that there is currently no physical Iranian military presence in Syria. This is according to a statement made by Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman on Tuesday that contradicts statements made by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He said there are some Iranian advisers and experts, but there are no military Iranian forces on Syrian soil.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said that “Where ISIS leaves, Iran enters,” and that the Islamic Republic has been building missile factories and other permanent military bases in Syria. In August, Netanyahu met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Sochi, telling him that the growing role of the Islamic Republic poses a threat not only to Israel and the Middle East but the entire world and that Israel will defend itself “in any way against this threat and any other threat”.

When asked about his apparent contradiction to the prime minister’s stance, Liberman explained that Iran’s physical presence in the country – other than advisers and experts such as the leader of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps’ elite Quds force, Qassem Soleimani – was in the form of their proxy groups, one of which is Hezbollah.

While Liberman seems to be not as concerned about Iran’s presence in Syria, there are others who see Iran as a definite threat simply because of Russia’s and Iran’s continued military buildup in Syria.

Russia and Iran (via its proxies and “advisory” presence) continue to consolidate their positions in Syria as the U.S. pursues its goal of defeating ISIS. Russia continues to strengthen and stabilize the government of Syrian President Bashar Hafez al-Assad while Iran continues to build its land corridor that will enable Tehran to send Iranian weapons, supplies and troops through Iraq, across Syria and into Lebanon. This is a definite threat to both Israel and Jordan.

Let’s review what has happened in the past few weeks regarding the problem of Pro-Shi’ite militias in Syria. Following their meeting at the APEC conference in Da Nang, Vietnam, on November 11, President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin issued a joint statement in which they praised the Memorandum of Principles that Jordan, Russia and the United States concluded in Amman, Jordan, on November 8.

Trump and Putin “confirmed the importance of de-escalation areas as an interim step to reduce violence in Syria, enforce ceasefire agreements, facilitate unhindered humanitarian access and set the conditions for the ultimate political solution to the conflict,” the statement said. “They reviewed progress on the ceasefire in southwest Syria that was finalized the last time the two Presidents met in Hamburg, Germany, on July 7, 2017.”

The recent “de-escalation zone” brokered by the U.S., Russia and Jordan for southern Syria includes a five-to-seven kilometer buffer or “exclusionary zone” prohibited to all foreign forces. According to the Jerusalem Post article previously referenced, this buffer zone is now 40 km. Those foreign forces include Iran and its proxy army Hezbollah.

The flaw in this agreement is that Iran is allowed to leave friendly paramilitary groups and foreign fighters in place. They, in turn, will be able to recruit local fighters also not covered in the exclusion zone. These local fighters are not only loyal to Iran, but also controlled by the Islamic Republic. As a result, Tehran will continue its military buildup on the periphery of this “de-escalation zone” close to the strategic Golan Heights.

The agreements being made between the world super power leaders, Trump and Putin, does not address the real issue which is the ongoing 1400-year fight between the Shi’ites and Sunnis. Carving up the Middle East, whether for economic or other purposes, is not the answer. Ending the Muslim conflict of Mohamed’s succession is necessary. It is also impossible which is why no matter how the man struggles at the end of the rope, war is coming to the Middle East and the world.

The other issue not being addressed by the U.S. or Russians is what to do about ISIS. Scattering them from the Middle East makes the organization a problem for the rest of the planet. The U.S. and Russia continue to announce that ISIS is being defeated. The truth is ISIS is being scattered. This is a far different definition of the word “defeat”. Defeat means killed, kaput, ‘done away with’. While a lot of ISIS fighters have been killed, the organization, its ideology and many of its fighters have gone to other countries, particularly Europe, Australia, the Asian countries, South America, and even the U.S.

And now, one more caveat. According to recent statements by National Security Advisor H. R. McMaster, 80% percent of the fighting against ISIS is supported by Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.

We just heard from Avigdor Liberman that there are no Iranian forces fighting in Syria, yet here we have a statement by McMaster that appears to contradict Liberman. It is impossible for us to know the truth at this point. Is the IRGC actively involved in the fighting or are they merely advising the para-militaries?

If we didn’t understand why this is a bad thing, we would look at this and think it is a good thing, perhaps something the U.S. and Iran can build on to make peace with each other. But Iran’s success against ISIS is having a destructive effect on Sunnis in the region. As Iran runs ISIS out of Sunni villages in Syria, they are claiming them as Shi’ite areas. This is having the effect of strengthening the Shi’ite war machine and consolidating the northern Middle East as a Shi’ite-only region.

See the problem? As Iran consolidates is dominance in the northern Middle East it will seek to control all of the Middle East. And that’s when the trouble will begin for Israel, Jordan, Egypt, Libya and Ethiopia.

EMBASSY TO BE MOVED TO JERUSALEM?

Earlier in this broadcast, I reported that President Trump has, so far, failed to keep his promise of moving the US embassy to Jerusalem. The Jerusalem Post reported that the move is still being considered by Trump. Another news outlet is reporting that Trump has made his decision and that the embassy will be moved to Jerusalem. But the White House says that statement is premature.

Israel’s Channel 2 reported Wednesday night that President Donald Trump is expected to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and move the US embassy there from Tel Aviv within days.

The report came a day after Vice-President Mike Pence, addressing the 70th anniversary celebration of the UN vote calling for the creation of a Jewish state, said: “As we speak, President Trump is actively considering when and how to move the American Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.”

“This is a premature report. We have nothing to announce,” Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Trump’s press secretary, stated.

Legislation enacted by Congress in 1995 would automatically transfer the embassy to Jerusalem, but each president since then has been signing a waiver every six months. Trump renewed the waiver on June 1, despite his election campaign promise to move the embassy.

Trump will have to decide whether to show his true colors or not. The waiver must be renewed by January 1. For believers in the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, the campaign promise to move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem was pivotal. Zionists believed that Trump was pro-Israel because he promised this. Now, here he is back peddling on his promise.

How can Trump move the US embassy when the Saudis want to internationalize Jerusalem? We could view an embassy move as provocative against the peace deal the Saudis want to make with Israel since part of that deal is to internationalize Jerusalem.

OR, perhaps that is WHY Trump would move the embassy. He would use it as a point of concession to get Israel to sign the peace deal with the Saudis. To get Israel to sign the peace deal with the Saudis, Remember earlier I said that the Saudis probably would be willing to still the peace deal with Israel with Jerusalem still as the capital of Israel. Of course they need a concession point. They need a way to make it seem like they are giving up something in order to get the Israelis to sing on.

Moving the embassy now would have the effect of making it appear like Trump kept his promise all the while knowing there is a possibility of Jerusalem becoming the concession point between Israel and the Saudis.

The world sees Trump as playing politics and war with Israel. The God of Abraham sees Trump as one who is taking on God Himself. In fact, the whole world has a problem with God. Israel takes the punches, but it is God against Whom the globalists are fighting.

ISIS COULD STILL SPARK WORLD WAR

In a deadly attack last week, a group of militants targeted a Sufi Muslim mosque leaving 309 people dead and 128 injured in a town of only 800. ISIS is suspected as the culprit, since the assailants were carrying ISIS flags, but no group has claimed responsibility.

The Egyptian military targeted militants fleeing the town with airstrikes and President Donald Trump tweeted about the attack, calling it “tragic” and saying the U.S. needs to get tougher on terrorism.

Sufism is a mystical form of Islam that ISIS regards as a threat. ISIS militants have also murdered Sufis around the world, including a February bombing of a Sufi shrine in Pakistan.

It may seem odd that ISIS, a Sunni terrorist group that advocates a hardline and intolerant strand of Islam, is purposely killing fellow Muslims. But experts say ISIS considers Sufism — a mystical form of Islam — a “threat” to what it preaches.

“When you are claiming to be the one true religious authority as ISIS does, other people that practice your religion differently are more of a threat than people from other religions,” said Zack Gold, an expert at the Atlantic Council think tank who focuses on ISIS in the Sinai.

Sufism isn’t a sect of Islam or even a subgroup within Sunnism. Sufism is a spiritual practice within Islam – introspection geared to developing one’s personal relationship with God. According to religious experts, the essence of Sufism is to teach people how to relate to God. ISIS considers this a heretical practice and uses it as a way justify targeting and killing practitioners of Sufi Islam.

Why? What is the threat of Sufis against ISIS? Sufis self-identify as Sunni, so what is the problem? Sufis are generally more docile, less prone to violence. ISIS has the worst of the Edomite traits which is a blood thirst. They want to kill, they want to behead (because their father, Esau, was the first beheader listed in scripture) and they want to rule by violence, intimidation and humiliation. These are the qualities of satan. ISIS embodies the ideology of satan and are antithetical to practices of spirituality that lead to personal relationship with the Creator of the universe who is love in action.

Oddly, it is the Sufi practice of polytheism that bothers ISIS the most. Groups like ISIS consider Sufis among those “apostates.” That’s because they think Sufis are polytheists because they venerate mystics and erect shrines to saints. ISIS — and other Wahhabi followers — consider the association of God with others an unpardonable sin.

“They believe Sufi shrines (of dead Sufi mystics) are the most egregious expression of that [polytheism],” Alexander Knysh, a scholar of Sufism at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, told the New York Times. “You are turning to a mediator, who is inserting himself between the believer and God, and in this way it becomes a kind of idol.”

In the fifth issue of Rumiyah, an ISIS publication, a leader for ISIS in Sinai said he wanted his group to “wage war” against Sufis and others because of their “sorcery, soothsaying, and grave-worship.”

Other Islamic militants — not just ISIS — destroy Sufi shrines and sites around the world, including in Libya, Mali, and Iran. In Mali, militants destroyed a library containing some of the oldest manuscripts in the world.

ISIS is the most despicable terrorist organization on the planet. They kill their own people in an effort to “clean up” Islam according to the theological dictates of Wahhabism. If they are willing to kill their own, they are more than happy to destroy Christian and Jewish infidels.

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