LAND FOR PEACE (THE FUTURE 7 YEARS OF HELL ON EARTH)
2 I will also gather all nations, and will bring them down into the valley of Jehoshaphat, and will plead with them there for my people and for my heritage Israel, whom they have scattered among the nations, and parted my land.
THE WEEK OF DANIEL 9:27 WE KNOW ITS 7 YRS
Heres the scripture 1 week = 7 yrs Genesis 29:27-29
27 Fulfil her week, and we will give thee this also for the service which thou shalt serve with me yet seven other years.
28 And Jacob did so, and fulfilled her week: and he gave him Rachel his daughter to wife also.
29 And Laban gave to Rachel his daughter Bilhah his handmaid to be her maid.
21 And in his estate shall stand up a vile person, to whom they shall not give the honour of the kingdom: but he shall come in peaceably, and obtain the kingdom by flatteries.
23 And after the league made with him he shall work deceitfully: for he shall come up, and shall become strong with a small people.
24 He shall enter peaceably even upon the fattest places of the province; and he shall do that which his fathers have not done, nor his fathers' fathers; he shall scatter among them the prey, and spoil, and riches: yea, and he shall forecast his devices against the strong holds, even for a time.
26 And after threescore and two weeks(62X7=434 YEARS+7X7=49 YEARS=TOTAL OF 69 WEEKS OR 483 YRS) shall Messiah be cut off, but not for himself: and the people of the prince that shall come shall destroy the city and the sanctuary;(ROMAN LEADERS DESTROYED THE 2ND TEMPLE) and the end thereof shall be with a flood, and unto the end of the war desolations are determined.(THERE HAS TO BE 70 WEEKS OR 490 YRS TO FUFILL THE VISION AND PROPHECY OF DAN 9:24).(THE NEXT VERSE IS THAT 7 YR WEEK OR (70TH FINAL WEEK).
27 And he( THE ROMAN,EU PRESIDENT) shall confirm the covenant with many for one week:(1X7=7 YEARS) and in the midst of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease,(3 1/2 yrs in TEMPLE SACRIFICES STOPPED) and for the overspreading of abominations he shall make it desolate, even until the consummation, and that determined shall be poured upon the desolate.
14 They have healed also the hurt of the daughter of my people slightly, saying, Peace, peace; when there is no peace.
11 For they have healed the hurt of the daughter of my people slightly, saying, Peace, peace; when there is no peace.
1 THESSALONIANS 5:3
3 For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape.
ISAIAH 28:14-19 (THIS IS THE 7 YR TREATY COVENANT OF DANIEL 9:27)
14 Wherefore hear the word of the LORD, ye scornful men, that rule this people which is in Jerusalem.
15 Because ye have said, We have made a covenant with death, and with hell are we at agreement; when the overflowing scourge shall pass through, it shall not come unto us: for we have made lies our refuge, and under falsehood have we hid ourselves:
16 Therefore thus saith the Lord GOD, Behold, I lay in Zion for a foundation a stone, a tried stone, a precious corner stone, a sure foundation: he that believeth shall not make haste.
17 Judgment also will I lay to the line, and righteousness to the plummet: and the hail shall sweep away the refuge of lies, and the waters shall overflow the hiding place.
18 And your covenant with death shall be disannulled, and your agreement with hell shall not stand; when the overflowing scourge shall pass through, then ye shall be trodden down by it.
19 From the time that it goeth forth it shall take you: for morning by morning shall it pass over, by day and by night: and it shall be a vexation only to understand the report.
Palestinian statehood: Text of Mahmoud Abbas's letter to the UN-This is the text of Palestinian letter of application to join the United Nations handed over to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Friday, as released by the United Nations: 11:09PM BST 23 Sep 2011
I have the profound honor, on behalf of the Palestinian people, to submit this application of the state of Palestine for admission to membership in the United Nations.This application for membership is being submitted on the Palestinian people's natural, legal and historic rights and based on United Nations General Assembly resolution 181 (II) of 29 November 1947 as well as the Declaration of Independence of the State of Palestine of 15 November 1988 and the acknowledgement by the General Assembly of this declaration in resolution 43/177 of 15 December 1988.
In this connection, the state of Palestine affirms its commitment to the achievement of a just, lasting and comprehensive resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict based on the vision of two states living side by side in peace and security, as endorsed by the United Nations Security Council and General Assembly and the international community as a whole and based on international law and all relevant United Nations resolutions.For the purpose of this application for admission, a declaration made pursuant to rule 58 of the Provisional Rules of Procedure of the Security Council and rule 134 of the Rules of Procedure of the General Assembly is appended to this letter.I shall be grateful if you would transmit this letter of application and the declaration to the presidents of the Security Council and the General Assembly as soon as possible,
Mahmoud Abbas-President of the State of Palestine-Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization.
Sunday, September 25, 2011
Not 1967, 1947
London's Daily Telegraph has the text of Moderate Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen's letter to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon requesting statehood. Not only are the words 1967 borders not mentioned; it also doesn't mention the 1949 armistice lines. Instead, Abu Bluff wants to go back to the 1947 partition plan, which was rejected on the spot by the Arabs because it allowed a Jewish state at all.
Excellency,I have the profound honor, on behalf of the Palestinian people, to submit this application of the state of Palestine for admission to membership in the United Nations.This application for membership is being submitted on the Palestinian people's natural, legal and historic rights and based on United Nations General Assembly resolution 181 (II) of 29 November 1947 as well as the Declaration of Independence of the State of Palestine of 15 November 1988 and the acknowledgement by the General Assembly of this declaration in resolution 43/177 of 15 December 1988.
In this connection, the state of Palestine affirms its commitment to the achievement of a just, lasting and comprehensive resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict based on the vision of two states living side by side in peace and security, as endorsed by the United Nations Security Council and General Assembly and the international community as a whole and based on international law and all relevant United Nations resolutions.For the purpose of this application for admission, a declaration made pursuant to rule 58 of the Provisional Rules of Procedure of the Security Council and rule 134 of the Rules of Procedure of the General Assembly is appended to this letter.I shall be grateful if you would transmit this letter of application and the declaration to the presidents of the Security Council and the General Assembly as soon as possible,Mahmoud Abbas-President of the State of Palestine-Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization.
I warned back in July that this was where it was headed. Here's a map to give you an idea of what 1947 would mean (Israel liberated much more territory in the War of Independence).Israel would be the blue parts on the map. It would mean no Jerusalem and no airport. Even more indefensible borders than the 1949 armistice lines. The Palestinians ignore Security Council Resolution 242, which requires that Israel be left with defensible borders and says nothing about a Palestinian state.And Israel's mendacious opposition calls this a window of opportunity?
World Palestinians Want an Even Bigger State Than the 1967 Borders Posted on September 27, 2011 at 12:46am by Sharona Schwartz Sharona Schwartz
When the Palestinians presented their bid for statehood at the UN Friday, most news outlets suggested Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas was aiming for a state based on 1967 borders covering only the West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem.A closer look at the actual letter he presented to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon applying for UN membership reveals the Palestinians are aiming for far more territory.As reprinted in the Telegraph, Abbas’s letter reads:This application for membership is being submitted on the Palestinian people’s natural, legal and historic rights and based on United Nations General Assembly resolution 181 (II) of 29 November 1947 as well as the Declaration of Independence of the State of Palestine of 15 November 1988 and the acknowledgement by the General Assembly of this declaration in resolution 43/177 of 15 December 1988.Lots of dates are cited here. Let’s take a closer look. Abbas says his people’s rights are based on the 1947 UN Resolution. That year refers to the UN Partition Plan, the same plan all Arab states rejected and the Jews accepted for their homeland, after which those Arab neighbors declared war on Israel.
These maps from GBTV reveal the land allotted to the Jewish State under the 1947 Partition Plan was in fact much smaller than that afforded under 1967 borders.
Though President Obama has endorsed Palestinian demands — stated until now — that their future state be based on 1967 borders, Israel says borders should be based on the outcome of negotiations. If Abbas’s proposal is accepted by the UN Security Council, gone from Israel is Jerusalem its capital and home to the sites most sacred to Jews and Christians. Also gone: Ben Gurion Airport just outside Tel Aviv, the country’s only major international airport.The blog Israel Matzav explains the significance:It would mean no Jerusalem and no airport. Even more indefensible borders than the 1949 armistice lines. The Palestinians ignore Security Council Resolution 242, which requires that Israel be left with defensible borders and says nothing about a Palestinian state.There are other alarming suggestions the Palestinians are not being upfront in stating their intentions regarding the size of the state they aim for.One of the sticking points in restarting negotiations with Israel is the Palestinians’ continued opposition to recognizing Israel as a Jewish State. In fact, last week a round of talks aimed at restarting peace negotiations broke up over Abbas’ refusal to recognize Israel as a Jewish State.Secondly, the Palestine Liberation Organization’s current logo on its UN Observer Mission website suggests it wants the entire state of Israel incorporated into its future state – not just the West Bank and Gaza. The map on the logo appears to suggest the goal is to wipe Israel completely off the map. The Weekly Standard posted this:
Here is the logo:Compare the green on this logo to the above maps and you’ll see Israel has vanished.But Mahmoud Abbas is the Palestinian Authority President, not the PLO’s. Not quite. Note how Abbas signed his letter to Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon: Mahmoud Abbas, President of the State of Palestine, Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization.Looking at the moving borders raises the question: are Mideast agreements ever final, and how does Israel ensure its own security if they are not? One indication they are not came over the weekend, when Mahmoud Abbas said he wants to bust open part of the Oslo Agreements with the Israelis called the Paris Agreement and renegotiate. On his plane as he was traveling from New York back to Ramallah, Abbas told journalists:We want to reopen the Paris Agreement and make changes to it…The agreement is not fair and there are restrictions on Palestinians that prevent our economy from growing and prospering. The Paris Agreement does not give us the opportunity to develop our economy and our country.Right now the ball is in the court of UN Security Council (UNSC) members. It will be interesting to see how each votes. Since losing its capital city and main airport as well as other strategic assets would be a non-starter for Israel, the votes on these 1947 borders will reveal if UNSC members are sincere in their desire for peace in the Middle East, if they recognize Israel’s right to security (and honoring UNSC Resolution 242), or if they are paying lip service to the Palestinians.
Analysis - U.S., Palestinians race for votes at UN council ReutersBy Louis Charbonneau | Reuters – SEPT 26,11
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The Palestinians' initiative to seek U.N. recognition as a state, which goes to the Security Council on Monday, faces an uphill struggle to secure the nine votes needed for approval.Without those votes in the 15-member body, the United States will be spared the embarrassment of having to veto the application, which would be a further blow to its floundering efforts to secure Middle East peace.As the formal discussions start, diplomats say the Palestinians have only six certain votes on the council -- China, Russia, Brazil, Lebanon, India and South Africa.Those nations, except Lebanon, make up the BRICS bloc of emerging powers whose economic and diplomatic clout has grown as trade becomes more globalised and the United States and Europe fight prospects of another recession.
But diplomats say the BRICS countries seem to have made no attempt to use their considerable weight, often on show in financial and trade matters, to force the Palestinian issue. They have essentially taken the same approach as always.If a vote was held today, the Palestinians wouldn't have enough votes to carry the day and the Americans wouldn't even need to use their veto, a Western diplomat told Reuters.The Palestinian observer to the United Nations, Riyad Mansour, told reporters nine council members are among the 131 U.N. member states that have recognized the state of Palestine and he hoped that they would vote positively.But he acknowledged that council members will face tremendous pressure in the coming weeks to vote against the Palestinian U.N. bid.Still, diplomats say Washington remains isolated on the council because of its staunch support for Israel, which the majority of U.N. member states believe has worked hard to sabotage peace talks with the Palestinians.In February, Washington vetoed what was widely seen as an anodyne resolution condemning Israeli settlement activity, even though its language was largely consistent with statements of the Obama administration, which has urged the Israelis to resume a moratorium on new settlements.When Israel ended the moratorium a year ago, the Palestinians withdrew from moribund peace talks.
Highlighting its isolation on the Security Council, Washington cast the sole vote against the settlements resolution. The other 14 members -- including Washington's European allies such as Britain and France -- opposed the United States and Israel and voted for the resolution.The Europeans agree with Washington that the Palestinian U.N. bid is unwise and are inclined to oppose it. But the Europeans and Americans are far apart on the Middle East issue and diplomats say Washington remains as isolated as ever.Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas set the clock ticking on Friday when he delivered a U.N. membership application for a Palestinian state in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. The capital would be East Jerusalem, land Israel captured in the 1967 war that it launched out of fear Arabs were poised to attack.The council will take up the Palestinian membership application on Monday in closed-door consultations, but no immediate action is expected, diplomats say.Normally the council would take no more than 35 days to review and assess a membership application. In July, the application of South Sudan, the 193rd U.N. member and the most recent country to join the world body, was approved in a matter of days and given to the General Assembly, which confirmed it.Western diplomats on the Security Council say that will not be the case with the Palestinian application. The United States and Israel vehemently oppose the move and say it can only undermine efforts to relaunch stalled peace talks.
The 35-day limit can easily be waived, Western diplomats say. Slowing down the process, they say, would be helpful as it would buy time for the United States, the European Union, Russia and the United Nations -- the Quartet -- to put pressure on both sides to get back to the negotiating table.But Abbas told reporters during the trip back to Ramallah that he expected the council to make a decision in weeks not months.Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Malki has acknowledged his delegation lacks sufficient support at the moment to get a resolution on Palestinian statehood and U.N. membership through the council.To pass, resolutions need nine votes in favour and no vetoes from the five permanent council members -- Britain, China, France, Russia and the United States.We're working towards it (securing nine votes) and I think we'll manage it,Malki said.Malki has named Gabon, Nigeria and Bosnia as key rotating council members he hopes to win over to the Palestinians' side. During last week's U.N. General Assembly session, the three swing states did not divulge whether they would vote in favour of Palestinian U.N. membership.Gabon President Ali Bongo told the assembly he supported the existence of a Palestinian state that lives peacefully side by side with Israel. Bosnian President Zeljko Komsic voiced similar views. Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan did not mention the Palestinians in his speech.Mansour said the Palestinians would be sending high-level delegations to Bosnia, Gabon and Nigeria in the coming weeks.Portugal's prime minister, Pedro Passos Coelho, whose country is also on the council, indicated Lisbon would favour an option whereby the Palestinians would apply to the General Assembly for upgraded U.N. observer state status -- less than full membership but indirect recognition of statehood.(Editing by John O'Callaghan and Cynthia Osterman)