Julho 3, 2012
Mateus 24:21 “For there will be great tribulation, such has not been since the beginning of the world until this time, não, nor ever shall be.”
Os palestinos na Faixa de Gaza comemoraram para o presidente egípcio islâmico novo, Mursi com saraivadas de tiros nas ruas da controlada Hamas territórios. O Hamas é um ramo de desdobramento do grupo muçulmano terror Fraternidade. Sênior do Hamas Mahmoud Az-Zahar disse que a vitória foi uma derrota para o programa de "normalização" com o inimigo (Israel). Militantes palestinos na Faixa de Gaza primeiro disparou um míssil contra Israel outubro 27, 2001. Desde então, em torno de 10,300 foguetes e morteiros foram lançados contra o sul de Israel. Os projéteis mataram 32 Israelenses, incluindo quatro desde que o Hamas e outros grupos militantes responderam à ofensiva aérea israelense atual na Faixa de Gaza por Israel tomar banho com mais mísseis. Sobre 600 pessoas foram feridas pelos foguetes, e centenas israelenses mais tratada por choque e histeria.
How can you broker peace with people who will not even acknowledge that Israel exists as a nation or recognize its capital is Jerusalem? How long will God put up with these attacks on His land of Israel and against His people? Will there be war? Sim, when the time has been fulfilled.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said his country is in a “real situation of war.” He insisted that “when one is in a state of war, all policies and capabilities must be used to secure victory.” His statement is a particularly dangerous one, considering 15,000 lives have already been lost; the vast majority of casualties have been innocent civilians including women and children. There have been many documented cases of torture, brutality and wide-scale massacres, carried out by loyal Assad forces. Will there be all out war? Sim, there is war!
Iranian General Salami reiterated that the Revolutionary Guard is ready for war, que está perto. Though it will be very difficult, “We have faith in Allah.”
Líder supremo do Irã, also expecting war urged all factions of the regime, political and military, to unite and remain steadfast in defense of Islam in confronting the “arrogant powers.” Ayatollah Ali Khamenei stated, “Today the arrogant powers of the world have focused all their power to hurt the Islamic republic and stop its (nuclear) progress, which motivates the Islamic world.” And then he added, “America itself is surrounded by serious problems, which cannot be solved. Their main goal is to separate the Islamic republic from the support of its people. Se Deus quiser, this conspiracy will also be defeated.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin, while visiting Israel, warned President Shimon Peres that attacking Iran could backfire. He additionally advised the world to keep its nose out of affairs in Syria, where Russia has a vested interest. Putin and his Israeli hosts also made their differences known on the subject of Iran.
The United States has tried to pressure Iran to follow U.N. decrees in relationship to their nuclear ambitions, but Russia and China have opposed every action the U.N. has attempted, in order to stop Iran from illegally acquiring atomic weapons.
President Peres of Israel told Putin, “The Iranian people are not our enemy. Israel does not threaten their existence. It is Iran’s current regime that identifies itself as an enemy of Israel and a threat to its existence.”
Israel’s Prime Minister put it this way on the subject of Iran, “I believe we should do two things now: Boost the sanctions and also boost the demands.” Putin and Netanyahu were also at odds over the Syrian dilemma. Russia has supplied President Assad in Syria with massive military weapons, which have been used to kill 15,000 opponents of the Assad regime. Meanwhile Russia says “Peace” and then gives a stern warning against any outside interference concerning Russia’s vested interests.
Indeed there will be war and rumors of war.