I am amazed and disheartened by the growing number of those who claim Jesus as their Lord and Savior – but have chosen to ally themselves with Satan. And, one symbol of that vile alliance can be found in ‘christian’ support for Muslims, as they seek to annihilate Israel.
To put it another way, the Palestinian movement is an attempt by Islam to do one thing:
If you side with the Palestinians, against Israel, you are in alliance with a cult of death. And, this means that you are allied with Satan.
Pure and simple.
And, please don’t tell me how awful the Israelis are. They are NOT as terrible as the Palestinian spin-doctors would have you believe, and I am going to prove that to you – if you are willing to hear the truth.
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The Satanic Alliance Against Israel
Watching the Israelis struggle to survive is hard. They are paid poorly, while burdened with a crushing level of taxation and an insanely high cost for the basic necessities of life. And then, they must send their precious children off to war – to suffer injury and death – on a regular basis.
Do you know of any developed country in the world where the average person pays for their basic groceries on an installment plan?
Only the desperately poor do this.
And, this is how Israelis have lived, since the very beginning of the State of Israel.
Because Of Islam
Because they have been under constant attack from the Muslims since the 1800s – before there was ever a State of Israel. The cost of maintaining a military has impoverished the average Israeli and stolen the lives of their best and brightest children.
It is a tragedy of shocking proportions.
But, miraculously, that tragedy has not poisoned the soul of the country. They are still a people of peace, that are willing to make peace. The fact that their ideals remain unbowed by the circumstances of war is nothing short of a amazing.
The Soul Of Israel
You can see some of that in some of my favorite quotes by Israel’s fourth Prime Minister, Golda Meir:
We don’t thrive on military acts. We do them because we have to, and thank God we are efficient.
– Vogue (July 1969)
We have always said that in our war with the Arabs we had a secret weapon — no alternative. The Egyptians could run to Egypt, the Syrians into Syria. The only place we could run was into the sea, and before we did that we might as well fight.
– LIFE magazine (3 October 1969), p. 32
It is true we have won all our wars, but we have paid for them. We don’t want victories anymore.
– LIFE magazine (3 October 1969), p. 32
We hate war. We do not rejoice in victories. We rejoice when a new kind of cotton is grown, and when strawberries bloom in Israel.
– As Good as Golda : The Warmth and Wisdom of Israel’s Prime Minister (1970) edited by Israel Shenker and Mary Shenker, p. 28
I am also grateful that I live in a country whose people have learned how to go on living in a sea of hatred without hating those who want to destroy them and without abandoning their own vision of peace. To have learned this is a great art, the prescription for which is not written down anywhere. It is part of our way of life in Israel. Finally, I wish to say that from the time I came to Palestine as a young woman, we have been forced to choose between what is more dangerous and what is less dangerous for us. At times we have all been tempted to give in to various pressures and to accept proposals that might guarantee us a little quiet for a few months, or maybe even for a few years, but that could only lead us eventually into even greater peril.
– My Life (1975), p. 459
All of those quotes are important, but none of them impress me as much as this one:
We can forgive you for killing our sons. But we will never forgive you for making us kill yours.
– Golda Meir, to Anwar Saddat just before the peace talks, 1973
If you remember any of the above quotes, you must remember THAT one.
I Was There
I was in Israel during the negotiations for Oslo I and II, in the 1990s. I was in Jerusalem when they were signed. And, I was there when Yasser Arafat cynically tore them up and launched the Second Intifada. And, I was there when the Palestinians shot up my neighborhood and bombed our buses.
Israelis Live Without Hope
When the Oslo Accords were signed, the euphoria in Israel was fantastic. The threat of death and destruction was a silent weight that had been lifted from their shoulders. They saw hope for survival. But, that hope was destroyed, when Arafat unleashed his own war on Israel. When he did that, hope died.
Deep down, in their heart of hearts…
…in a place that Israelis do not dare to look…
…they know that they have no hope.
And, I am eye-witness to this tragic reality of Israeli life.
That tragic reality was reinforced when Henry Kissinger said in 2012:
Henry’s staff disputes the fact of this quote, but I’m afraid that there’s too much smoke from that fire, for anyone to rationally deny that Mr. Kissinger said it. And, if Henry DIDN’T say it, it is only because he has a different year in mind. In reality, we are only arguing over WHEN Israel will finally be destroyed. No rational analysis offers any hope for Israel’s survival.
Unless you include God.
God Is Coming For Israel – Bringing Hope
Of course, God is coming, and He is already involved. You can see the coming of God and the circumstances of His coming in the Bible. And, I describe those circumstances in detail, here:
You Must Repent
But, you will understand none of that – if you are allied with Satan. If you find yourself in such an evil and vile partnership…
…you must repent NOW.
Now is the day of repentance.
You might not have a tomorrow.
I truly hope that you’ll be ready for this
(That’s a link. There’s not much time left.)
A prudent man foreseeth the evil, and hideth himself: but the simple pass on, and are punished. – Proverbs 22:3
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