SINCE THE RAPTURE OCCURS BEFORE THE FUTURE 7 YR TREATY IS SIGNED, I WONT BE AROUND TO HAVE THE ACTUAL TREATY SIGNING. BUT UNTIL THEN THIS SITE IS DEDICATED TO THE BEGININGS OF THE ISRAELI / ARAB PEACE PROCESS. AND AS CLOSE TO THE 7 YEAR SIGNING THAT WE GET BEFORE THE RAPTURE OF THE SAVED TO HEAVEN. UNTIL WE MEET JESUS IN THE CLOUDS BODILY, AND COME TO EARTH 7 YRS LATER.

Friday, January 31, 2014

US WANTS PEACE DEAL BY THE END OF 2014

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.

DANIEL 11:21-23
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.

DANIEL 9:26-27
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 (PEACE TREATY) 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 ANIMAL 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.

JEREMIAH 6:14
14 They have healed also the hurt of the daughter of my people slightly, saying, Peace, peace; when there is no peace.

JEREMIAH 8:11
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 33:8
8  The highways lie waste, the wayfaring man ceaseth: he hath broken the covenant,(7 YR TREATY) he hath despised the cities, he regardeth no man.(THE WORLD LEADER-WAR MONGER CALLS HIMSELF GOD)

JERUSALEM DIVIDED

GENESIS 25:20-26
20  And Isaac was forty years old (A BIBLE GENERATION NUMBER=1967 + 40=2007+) when he took Rebekah to wife, the daughter of Bethuel the Syrian of Padanaram, the sister to Laban the Syrian.
21  And Isaac intreated the LORD for his wife, because she was barren: and the LORD was intreated of him, and Rebekah his wife conceived.
22  And the children (2 NATIONS IN HER-ISRAEL-ARABS) struggled together within her; and she said, If it be so, why am I thus? And she went to enquire of the LORD.
23  And the LORD said unto her, Two nations are in thy womb, and two manner of people shall be separated from thy bowels;(ISRAEL AND THE ARABS) and the one people shall be stronger than the other people;(ISRAEL STRONGER THAN ARABS) and the elder shall serve the younger.(LITERALLY ISRAEL THE YOUNGER RULES (ISSAC)(JACOB-LATER NAME CHANGED TO ISRAEL) OVER THE OLDER ARABS (ISHMAEL)(ESAU)
24  And when her days to be delivered were fulfilled, behold, there were twins in her womb.
25  And the first came out red, all over like an hairy garment; and they called his name Esau.(THE OLDER AN ARAB)
26  And after that came his brother out, and his hand took hold on Esau's heel; and his name was called Jacob:(THE YOUNGER-ISRAELI) and Isaac was threescore (60) years old when she bare them.(1967 + 60=2027)(COULD BE THE LAST GENERATION WHEN JERUSALEM IS DIVIDED AMOUNG THE 2 TWINS)(THE 2 TWINS WANT JERUSALEM-THE DIVISION OF JERUSALEM TODAY)(AND WHOS IN CONTROL OF JERUSALEM TODAY-THE YOUNGER ISSAC-JACOB-ISRAEL)(AND WHO WANTS JERUSALEM DIVIDED-THE OLDER,ESAU-ISHMAEL (THE ARABS)

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.


Peace plan addresses 'compensation' for Palestinian and Jewish refugees, call Israel 'Jewish' state, vague on Jerusalem

‘US framework deal puts 75-80% of settlers under Israeli rule’

Martin Indyk briefs Jewish leaders on two-state proposal, says Abbas may let remaining settlers stay as Palestinian citizens, aims for full accord by year’s end

January 31, 2014, 2:55 am 18
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration will soon present a framework for an Israeli-Palestinian agreement that the sides may accept with reservations as a basis for a final deal by year’s end, the top US negotiator told Jewish leaders.Martin Indyk, the State Department’s lead envoy to the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations, told the Jewish leaders on Thursday that under the framework agreement about 75-80 percent of settlers would remain in what would become Israeli sovereign territory through land swaps; he added that it was his impression that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas was not averse to allowing settlers who want to remain as citizens of the Palestinian state.Indyk said the framework would be presented to the sides within weeks, and that there will be “no surprises” for the Israeli and Palestinian leaders, according to four people who were on the off the record call.This was because Indyk and Secretary of State John Kerry consulted closely with the leaders of both governments as Indyk’s team drafted the agreement.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Abbas would be expected to accept the agreement, with reservations, as the basis of continued negotiations, Indyk apparently said.Making it a US-drafted framework permitted the leaders to distance themselves from politically sensitive issues, Indyk said. “There may be things we need to say because they can’t say them yet,” he said, according to the notes of one participant.Broadly, Indyk said, the agreement will address: mutual recognition; security, land swaps and borders; Jerusalem; refugees; and the end of conflict and all claims.A request for comment from the State Department was not returned.On some sensitive issues — particularly the status of Jerusalem — the framework would be vague, but Indyk went into detail on other issues that participants said was surprising.
Among these was the security arrangement for the border between Jordan and the West Bank: Indyk said a new security zone would be created, with new fences, sensors and unmanned aerial vehicles.Indyk also said that the framework would address compensation for Jews from Arab lands as well as compensation for Palestinian refugees — another longstanding demand by some pro-Israel groups but one that has yet to be included in any formal document.He said that the framework would describe “Israel as the nation state of the Jewish people and Palestine as the nation state of the Palestinian people,” a nod to a key demand by the Netanyahu government that Israel be recognized as a Jewish state.He said the framework would address the issue of incitement and Palestinian education for peace.Indyk confirmed that Kerry had already warned lawmakers who deal with foreign funding that the framework would require major US funding, particularly for the new Jordanian-West Bank border arrangements, the redeployment of the Israeli army, and the compensation for refugees on both sides.Indyk was relaxed and jovial throughout the call, participants said, at one point chiding callers for not asking about Palestinian incitement, considering it always comes up when he talks to Jewish communities and in his meetings with Israeli officials.A participant said Indyk still seemed rankled, however, by a report earlier this month that Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon dismissed the security proposals as “not worth the paper they were written on.” Indyk said this was “deeply insulting” to US Gen. John Allen, who worked for months on the proposals.One party to the call said Indyk, a former US ambassador to Israel, told participants that the parties will ultimately agree to extend negotiations beyond the nine-month timeline, expiring in April, which was first agreed upon in late July. The sides, he said, will negotiate with the expectation of reaching a final deal by the end of 2014.Indyk also promised participants that the framework that is expected to be adopted in coming weeks will be made public in order to initiate a public debate. He expressed hope that the discussion will show leaders that the majority of Israelis and Palestinians support a peace plan – but acknowledged that stiff opposition would make it very difficult to continue toward a final agreement.

US Plans Auschwitz Borders To Complete Holocaust'

Attorney Yoram Sheftel notes American and European complicity in the Holocaust, warns against submitting to current pressure.-By Ari Yashar-First Publish: 1/31/2014, 1:19 PM-Israelnationalnews

John Kerry (illustrative)
John Kerry (illustrative)-Flash 90
Attorney and current affairs analyst Yoram Sheftel remarked that this week, following International Holocaust Remembrance Day, it is particularly timely to remember the global complicity in the Holocaust, and heed the warnings not to rely on the world again."Precisely this week it's important to remember the crimes of the European countries, Russia and the US that secretly in their hearts hoped (Nazi leader Adolf) Hitler would finish the job" and wipe out the Jewish people, commented Sheftel to Arutz Sheva.This week Mark Langfan, Chairman of American For a Safe Israel (AFSI), noted that historical documents indicate the US purposely chose not to bomb Auschwitz and halt the genocide, out of a fear that if they did so there would be an influx of Jews to America.Sheftel said that while the Holocaust may have been carried out by the Nazis and their helpers, in fact the attempted genocide was a wide-reaching global initiative. "It only took place because of the silent agreement of all the European nations, aside from the Danish and Hungarians, that wanted the continuation of the destruction."The attorney specifies that the British and Americans could have stopped the genocide, but chose not to."Britain closed the gates of the land of Israel, and refused to bomb the death camps. The American government under President (Franklin) Roosevelt, a hater of Israel, stood firm against bombing the death camps, spreading lies about a lack of military ability, but the truth is they knew that bombing the camp would reduce the murder of Jews in Europe," charges Sheftel.Drawing from the message of the Holocaust, Sheftel warns against the current pressure from Europe, which is linked to the pressure from America as reports indicate US Secretary of State John Kerry is orchestrating the European boycotts. The pressure aims to force Israel into territorial withdrawals to the 1949 Armistice lines."Without the passivity of the European nations and the US, the scope of the Holocaust would have been half as small, therefore it's clear that the attempts today to return the state of Israel to the Auschwitz borders is meant to complete what they didn't complete then," remarked Sheftel.Sheftel has previously warned that American should not be relied on, and that Kerry is displaying clear enmity to Israel.

U.S. Wants Peace by End of 2014, Indyk Tells Jewish Leaders

Kerry's "framework" will include a Palestinian state and will leave 80% of "settlers" in their homes, say Jewish leaders who met Indyk.-By Elad Benari-First Publish: 1/31/2014, 2:13 AM-Israelnationalnews

Martin Indyk
Martin Indyk-Flash 90
The United States intends to achieve a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinian Authority (PA) by the end of 2014,  American Jewish leaders who were briefed by envoy Martin Indyk said on Thursday.
The leaders who spoke to Channel 10 News said that Secretary of State John Kerry’s framework agreement, which was originally scheduled to be presented at the end of January, will be presented within weeks.According to these Jewish leaders, who were not named, Kerry’s agreement mentions a Palestinian state with borders based on the 1949 Armistice lines and with land swaps between Israel and the PA. 75 to 80 percent of the Jewish residents of Judea and Samaria would remain in their homes even after a permanent agreement.The agreement will include a reference to the PA’s incitement against Israel and will also include a reference to compensation for Jewish refugees who came from Arab countries, the leaders told Channel 10 News. The Arabs would recognize Israel as a Jewish state, Israel would recognize the Palestinian state, and the two sides will announce the end of the conflict, they said.The Jewish officials further noted that even after the agreement is presented, the sides will not be forced to agree to it and the parties will be allowed to present their reservations, though they would be required to continue the negotiations based on the principles that appear in the document.As for the status of Jerusalem, the participants in Indyk’s briefing told Channel 10, Kerry's framework agreement will not go into too much detail on this issue and will only mention "general principles and aspirations.”Much has been said in recent weeks of the framework agreement that Kerry is planning to bring forward, but nothing official has been made public yet.On Wednesday, Thomas Friedman of the New York Times published some details of Kerry’s plan which, he said, will call for a phased Israeli withdrawal from Judea and Samaria based on the 1949 lines, with "unprecedented" security arrangements in the strategic Jordan Valley.The Israeli withdrawal will not include certain settlement blocs, but Israel will compensate the Arab side for this with Israeli territory. The deal will call for “Palestine” to have a capital in Arab East Jerusalem and to recognize Israel as the nation state of the Jewish people. It will not include any right of return for Palestinian refugees into pre-1967 Israel, Friedman said.The plan was blasted by Deputy Defense Minister Danny Danon, who declared that “it is not going to happen.”“Israel will not split Jerusalem nor will it withdraw to the pre-1967 lines,” Danon said, adding, “The only thing good about this plan is that the Palestinians will recognize Israel as a Jewish state. It’s about time.”Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu made clear last week that whatever Kerry brings forward would not be an agreement but " a suggestion for a framework for negotiations.”“This is not an agreement, but a path to making progress,” Netanyahu told reporters in Davos.He also clarified that he will not evict any Israeli communities as part of a peace agreement. A senior source within the Prime Minister's Office later told Arutz Sheva that when Netanyahu stated that "I do not intend to evacuate any settlements or uproot a single Israeli," he meant "not just settlements and Israelis in the Jordan Valley, but any settlements and any Israelis."

Yesha Council: Indyk misleading, will uproot 150,000

Dani Dayan of pro-settlement group says that US envoy includes East Jerusalem when he promises that 80% of settlers will stay

January 31, 2014, 2:55 pm 1-The Times of Israel
The chief foreign envoy of the pro-settlement Yesha Council was not impressed with American promises that 75-80 percent of settlers would remain in what would become Israeli sovereign territory through land swaps under a future peace deal.“Martin Indyk’s vision for the Jews of Judea and Samaria is extremely misleading,” said Dani Dayan in a statement released Friday. “When Indyk speaks of 80% of our communities remaining under Israeli rule, he is including Eastern Jerusalem. Which would mean the forceful uprooting and eviction of up to 150,000 Israelis from their homes, which is morally repugnant and unacceptable to all.”Indyk, the State Department’s lead envoy to the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations, told Jewish leaders on Thursday that, under an American framework agreement soon to be presented to Israel and the Palestinians, 75-80 percent of settlers would remain under Israeli rule. He added that it was his impression that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas was not averse to allowing those of the remaining settlers who choose to do so, to stay as citizens of the Palestinian state.Indyk said the framework would be presented to the sides within weeks, and that there will be “no surprises” for the Israeli and Palestinian leaders, according to four people who were on the off-the-record call with Indyk Thursday.
This was because Indyk and Secretary of State John Kerry consulted closely with the leaders of both governments as Indyk’s team drafted the agreement, he said.Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Abbas would be expected to accept the agreement, with reservations, as the basis of continued negotiations, Indyk apparently said.Making it a US-drafted framework permitted the leaders to distance themselves from politically sensitive issues, Indyk said. “There may be things we need to say because they can’t say them yet,” he stated, according to the notes of one participant.Broadly, Indyk said, the agreement will address the following: mutual recognition; security, land swaps and borders; Jerusalem; refugees; and the end of conflict and all claims.A request for comment from the State Department was not returned.On some sensitive issues — particularly the status of Jerusalem — the framework would be vague, but Indyk went into detail on other issues that participants said was surprising.Among these was the security arrangements for the border between Jordan and the West Bank: Indyk said a new security zone would be created, with new fences, sensors and unmanned aerial vehicles.Indyk also said that the framework would address compensation for Jews from Arab lands, as well as compensation for Palestinian refugees — another long-standing demand by some pro-Israel groups, but one that has yet to be included in any formal document.He said that the framework would describe “Israel as the nation state of the Jewish people and Palestine as the nation state of the Palestinian people,” a nod to a key demand by the Netanyahu government that Israel be recognized as a Jewish state.Indyk continued that the framework would address the issue of incitement and Palestinian education for peace.He confirmed that Kerry had already warned lawmakers who deal with foreign funding that the framework would require major US funding, particularly for the new Jordanian-West Bank border arrangements, the redeployment of the Israeli army, and the compensation for refugees on both sides.
Indyk was relaxed and jovial throughout the call, participants said, at one point chiding callers for not asking about Palestinian incitement, considering it always comes up when he talks to Jewish communities and in his meetings with Israeli officials.A participant said Indyk still seemed rankled, however, by a report earlier this month that Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon dismissed the security proposals as “not worth the paper they were written on.” Indyk said this was “deeply insulting” to US Gen. John Allen, who worked for months on the proposals.One party to the call said that Indyk, a former US ambassador to Israel, told participants that the parties will ultimately agree to extend negotiations beyond the nine-month timeline, expiring in April, which was first agreed upon in late July 2013. The sides, he said, will negotiate with the expectation of reaching a final deal by the end of 2014.The Times of Israel staff contributed to this report.

PM in 1999: Jews living in Palestinian state is ‘absurd’

Interview surfaces Friday in which Netanyahu takes the very position for which he berated Bennett this week

January 31, 2014, 10:47 am 8-Jan 31,14
Despite this week’s semi-apology by Jewish Home party leader Naftali Bennett over his criticism of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s proposal to allow Israelis to live in a future state of Palestine, the spat between the factions gained new life Friday as two old interviews came to light.Makor Rishon’s Hagai Segal reported on a 1999 interview he did with the prime minister, then in his first term, in which Netanyahu called the idea of Jewish settlers living in a Palestinian state “absurd.”“Do you know anyone who would support something like that?” Netanyahu asked. “Can you find an Israeli who agree to that? Who would agree to live under Palestinian rule? That’s absurd.”“This is another way to say, We will wipe out these settlements by giving them over to the Palestinian Authority. It’s absurd.”This week, by contrast, the prime minister and his Likud allies castigated Bennett for challenging the idea that settlers could live in a Palestinian state.The interview surfaced shortly after another embarrassing statement came to light, this time showing a Jewish Home MK taking the very position for which the party panned Netanyahu. In televised comments just a few weeks ago, MK Ayelet Shaked said that Israelis should be allowed to stay in a Palestinian state and expressed incredulity that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas would not allow this.If there is to be a peace agreement, Shaked told the i24 television news network in an English-language interview on December 29, 2013, “I don’t see a reason why the settlements [sic] cannot stay and live in a Palestinian state if they want “I don’t think the two-state solution will happen,” Shaked added, but she went on to ask, “Why does Abu Mazen [Abbas] want a Palestinian state cleared of Jews? I just don’t get it… There are Arab villages [in Israel] and I think they should have the same rights as myself. I think Jews can live in the Palestinian state.”Bennett, Shaked’s boss, was in a high-profile fight this week with Netanyahu over this very issue. The Jewish Home chairman reacted publicly to comments by an official to The Times of Israel saying the prime minister was insisting that Jewish West Bank settlers be given the option to remain in their homes under Palestinian rule, following the signing of a peace deal.Bennett dismissed the idea out of hand, and said that history “won’t forgive” an Israeli leader who relinquished parts of the Land of Israel under a peace deal. The row lead to a short-lived coalition crisis. Bennett on Wednesday partially apologized for his remarks, but did not change his position.On Thursday, Shaked, confronted with the apparent inconsistency of her position, criticized the statements coming from the Prime Minister’s Office this week as representing “a real offer from someone who agrees to a Palestinian state” — something she opposes — whereas her remarks to i24 were about an “imaginary scenario as an example” to expose “the racism of Abu Mazen, and nothing else.“I am very much against the dangerous idea of two states, and I don’t think it will happen,” she added.Housing Minister Uri Ariel, Jewish Home’s No. 2, defended Shaked, saying her December comments were true “in principle,” but that “in reality” Jews would not be able to live under Palestinian rule. “In principle, those who speak of peace, but do not let us live in our homes, are racist and anti-Semitic. In reality, no one believes that Hamas will allow [the safe presence of Jews in a future Palestine] to happen.”Times of Israel Staff contributed to this report.

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