Well, danielboon, things may be picking up pace.
It is and as Christians if we see a lot of countrys in the middle coming together and supporting Israel shouldn't We be watching and paying attention but as to the identity of the A.C time will tell who He is.Jesus called us to watch and PrayTHIS is a prophecy about the antichrist
Cary and I were just saying that Saudi Arabia could be next.
Yeah... Jared has always given me the heebie-jeebies.Look to the person who actually made the deal. Trump is just there to sign the deal. The deal maker was his SIL Jared. Who is also heading up the deal between Israel and the Palestinians.
Nobody is saying Trump is the AC. But looking at Jared is a possibility, and just that, a guess.
I've been guessing since Kissinger, so there is that. LOL
You might like this thread:I have to say that I have been wondering about Trump (yes, I voted for him and will again). The Anti-Christ supposedly comes in as a peace maker, and Trump has been making peace. I really really hope it isn't him... but that's an intriguing thought that the deals are really being made by Kushner, so he is a candidate. All I can say is that if that Simpson's cartoon showing Trump in his coffin comes to pass, Trump had better stay dead! (The mortal wound and all that...)
Totally agree, there is something about him that isn’t right with my spirit. Creepy.
Israel and the United Arab Emirates announced the agreement Thursday afternoon. They “agreed to the full normalization of relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates,” they said in a joint statement.UAE's new approach for normalizing ties w/fake, criminal #Israel doesn't maintain peace & security, but serves ongoing Zionists' crimes. Abu Dhabi behavior has no justification, turning back on the Palestine cause. W/ that strategic mistake, #UAE will be engulfed in Zionism fire. pic.twitter.com/NDNy94laa8
— H.amirabdollahian (@Amirabdolahian) August 13, 2020
The sword rattling of the Eze. 38-39 war are drawing up sides. Just as the Bible predicts.In 1st response from Iran, official says UAE will be ‘engulfed in Zionism fire’
Adviser to Iranian parliament speaker says that with normalization deal, Abu Dhabi turned back on Palestinians, serves ‘Zionist crimes’
By TOI staff
14 August 2020, 1:19 am
Iranian official, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, then deputy foreign minister, speaks during a press conference in Moscow, Russia, August 3, 2012. (AP Photo/Misha Japaridze)
A special adviser to the speaker of Iran’s parliament issued the first response from an Iranian official to the normalization deal announced between Israel and the United Arab Emirates on Thursday.
“UAE’s new approach for normalizing ties w/fake, criminal #Israel doesn’t maintain peace & security, but serves ongoing Zionists’ crimes,” wrote Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, an adviser on international affairs and a former deputy foreign minister.
“Abu Dhabi’s behavior has no justification, turning back on the Palestine cause. W/ that strategic mistake, #UAE will be engulfed in Zionism fire,” he added.
The text was accompanied by a graphic showing a Star of David being “deleted” on a computer.
Israel and the United Arab Emirates announced the agreement Thursday afternoon. They “agreed to the full normalization of relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates,” they said in a joint statement.
The deal marks the third such agreement the Jewish state has struck with an Arab country after Egypt and Jordan.
Israeli and UAE delegations will meet in the coming weeks to sign bilateral agreements regarding investment, tourism, direct flights, security and the establishment of reciprocal embassies, it said.
“As a result of this diplomatic breakthrough, and at the request of President Trump with the support of the United Arab Emirates, Israel will suspend declaring sovereignty over areas outlined in the President’s Vision for Peace and focus its efforts now on expanding ties with other countries in the Arab and Muslim world,” the statement said.
UAE officials commenting on the agreement to “establish a roadmap towards launching common cooperation,” as UAE Foreign Minister Anwar Gargash put it, emphasized that it would end Israeli annexation and revive the peace process.
The Palestinian Authority reacted with fury to the announcement, calling for the United Arab Emirates to “immediately retract” its agreement, which it called a “despicable decision.”
PA President Mahmoud Abbas called an emergency meeting in response to the agreement, while the PA recalled its ambassador to the UAE in protest over the deal.
“The Palestinian leadership rejects the actions of the Emirati government, considering it to be a betrayal of the Palestinian people and Jerusalem and al-Aqsa,” PA spokesperson Nabil Abu Rudeineh said in a statement read aloud on Palestine TV.
Senior Fatah and Palestinian Liberation Organization officials also lashed the accord, as did the Hamas and Islamic Jihad terror groups.
Abbas and Hamas political chief Ismail Haniyeh spoke over the phone Thursday night to discuss the UAE-Israel agreement.
Israel’s Arab allies — those with whom the Jewish state has signed treaties and some of those who have preferred to stay in the shadows so far — mostly hailed the agreement, including Egypt, Bahrain, and a Saudi official.
Jordan issued a more tepid statement, calling for Israel to stop “all illegal measures which undermine peace opportunities,” and enter into negotiations with the Palestinians.
Adviser to Iranian parliament speaker says that with normalization deal, Abu Dhabi turned back on Palestinians, serves ‘Zionist crimes’www.timesofisrael.com
I have to say that I have been wondering about Trump (yes, I voted for him and will again). The Anti-Christ supposedly comes in as a peace maker, and Trump has been making peace. I really really hope it isn't him... but that's an intriguing thought that the deals are really being made by Kushner, so he is a candidate. All I can say is that if that Simpson's cartoon showing Trump in his coffin comes to pass, Trump had better stay dead! (The mortal wound and all that...)
"Two-state solution" the "Vision of Peace" (?) states...with a bunch of fluff added.you mean this
And he shall confirm the covenant with many for one week: and in the midst of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease, and for the overspreading of abominations he shall make it desolate, even until the consummation, and that determined shall be poured upon the desolate.
Again...Trump cannot be the anti Christ, period. You can read of the anti Christ coming in the sixth seal in revelation. He is none other than Satan himself when Michael kicks him out of heaven onto earth. He is in his own body and it is not flesh like us. Trump had parents and is in flesh, thus he does not qualify. The appearance of the anti Christ will dwarf anything we have seen and the Bible says the whole world will whore after him. Most of the world hates Trump. The Book of Ezekiel describes him as full of beauty. No one can say that about Trump no matter how much we like him. Look up the word 'anti' in the Greek concordance as used in the NT and you will find it does not mean 'against'. It means 'instead of'. Satan comes pretending to be Christ but he is a fake. The true Christ does not come until the 7th trump. These talks of peace deals is, I believe, leading to the appearance of the anti Christ pretty soon.
$50 billion...it says it above, and reported here, too. The following retrieved from:
I’m not so sure. Though I know Trump isn’t the AC, the Israelis gush all over him, saying he’s the best US leader ever, and even naming a town after him. They love him as much as we do.Is Trump Jewish? Is Jared? The AC has to be Jewish in order for them to accept him. Read Daniel
LOL I get that. Happened to me with Javier Solana. And today people will say, "Who?"I always felt it was Obama, then after Biden's eye problem, I added him to the possibility list. Biden creeps me out; I was physically sick the first time I saw Obama on TV when he was running for Senate, and I hadn't even known who he was yet. (evil, thru and thru)
Although, I did have to put Jared on the list too after Trump brought him into the picture, just lower on the list than the other two..
I just started back where I left off yesterday, and am answering replies as I go through, so you may already have an answer. I'm pretty sure Trump is not Jewish. However, Jared is most certainly Jewish, grandparents survived/died in the Camps in Germany. And he practices Kabbalism. The night before (?) the election in 2016 he and Ivanka went to pray to a dead Rabbi in NYC to get Trump elected. Just saying there is no question as to Jared's Jewishness.I’m not so sure. Though I know Trump isn’t the AC, the Israelis gush all over him, saying he’s the best US leader ever, and even naming a town after him. They love him as much as we do.
The deal may now open the door for other Gulf monarchies to follow suit. The limited cooperation that exists between Israel and Saudi Arabia is unlikely to turn into normalisation any time soon – after all, King Salman dedicated decades of his life to the Palestinian cause and Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman is currently too enmeshed in handling the sensitive domestic political situation as he prepare to succeed his father. However, Saudi Arabia may encourage Bahrain to embrace normalisation: Riyadh has long viewed its junior partner in Manama as a way of interacting informally with Jerusalem and it may do so more freely under the framework of a normalisation.Trump can now swap a pretty big flop for a significant foreign policy win – perhaps his one and only
This goes along with my belief that a ME war will take place, before the final "Deal" is achieved.However, these bilateral agreements remain unlikely to bring in an era of regional peace. Closer UAE-Israel ties could in fact deepen rather than seal the region’s deepest fault lines. More muscular action by the UAE and Israel (and the US) against Iran and its regional allies, or against Turkey in the eastern Mediterranean, could lead to further destabilisation and encourage the mistaken belief that the region’s many conflicts can be resolved though zero-sum policies when all evidence points to the contrary. Partners and allies of Jerusalem and Abu Dhabi, in the US, but also in Europe, must therefore work hard to ensure that this deal does not translate into heightened geopolitical competition. Instead, they should take advantage of the current diplomatic activity to revive the Middle East’s many stalled diplomatic initiatives and de-escalation efforts.