Wednesday, 27 August 2008

The Middle East, false peace and a baby

News article:

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas reiterated on Tuesday that any final peace agreement to be reached with
Israel in the future has to be complete and comprehensive.

Abbas told a joint news conference with U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice held in Ramallah that "we discussed reaching a full peace deal, and not a partial one that postpones other issues. The solution must be comprehensive."

Rice, who arrived in Israel on Monday held a three-way meeting with Israeli and Palestinian negotiators to preview the latest results of their peace talks, which began after the U.S.-led Annapolis conference in November.

"In fact we don't want to loose any opportunity to reach a comprehensive and full agreement with Israel," Abbas said, stressing that the Israeli settlements activities are "a real obstacle for reaching a final peace agreement."

Both Abbas and Rice agreed that the Administration of U.S. President George W. Bush has worked very hard with the two sides over the past seven years in order to resume the current talks on permanent status issues.

"We have to continue working with the Administration of President Bush in order to reach an agreement. We have to exert every effort within the coming period and not to loose any opportunity to reach an agreement," said Abbas.

Rice stressed that the Israeli settlements activists in the West Bank "don't help to create a proper environment that helps to achieve a progress in the peace negotiations between the two sides."

Both Rice and Abbas were asked about if there was any progress achieved in the talks since Annapolis conference, while the two negotiations teams have been holding intensive talks without announcing that there has been a progress made.

Rice defended the situation and said that "basically, before Annapolis peace conference was held in November, the peace process and the peace talks were completely stopped since 2001."

"I believe that it is fruitful to see both the Israelis and the Palestinians are associated in a process of negotiations. Our job is to keep the momentum and keep working together on all the issues," she added.

Abbas said that "these efforts that we were exerting since Annapolis were not absurd. If it was absurd, we would leave it soon, but we are doing our best and there are benefits that we will get soon in the coming future."

He added that if there will be no final peace deal by the end of the year, we will keep working with the new U.S. Administration in order to finalize a peace deal that leads to establishing a Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital."

About the nine months

The prophecy says that the "sudden destruction" will come as the pangs of distress upon a pregnant woman. And as we see from the news, an agreement gets more likely every day.

The period of human pregnancy is usually around 9 months. I believe the limit for this period would be 280 days or 40 weeks.

The Declaration of Peace and Security by Bush and Abbas was given on
November 27, 2007 in the United States, and the date of the first follow-up meeting of the committee was December 12, i.e. 15 days later. If we take the first date, the last day of 40 weeks would be September 2, otherwise we would arrive at September 17.

As the days pass we move ever closer to the
September 30, 2008, which is 1 Etanim (Tishri), The Day of Trumpet, so this "sudden destruction" may now happen at any time.
Who are those involved in the talks about peace and security?

It is necessary to emphasize that the current governments of Israel and Palestine have been manipulated by the "king of the south", the "false prophet", the entity most interested in the establishment of a peace agreement in that area, to carry out their pseudo-messianic plans. The document they want at this stage is to implement the Roadmap promoted by the Quartet. This quartet, as we understand it, is made up of the "four great beasts" of the prophecy of Daniel, under the leadership of the United Nations.

How could this sudden destruction happen to those involved?

I consider the following dangerous scenarios as likely:

· An attack on the sacred areas in Jerusalem by opponents to the peace process, or by forces allied to the "king of the north"

· An attack against the headquarters of the United Nations in New York.

· A nuclear confrontation between the forces of the two "kings" in the Caucasus region.

· A nuclear attack by the "king of the north" against one of NATO countries, which would cause a "coup sword" to European leopard.

The pursuit of this long-awaited peace might prove to be the beginning of the worst calamities faced by humankind.

Emmanuel and Michael

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