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Scripture to consider before the news:
“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.”
God’s land of Israel will be parted soon by what looks to be the Palestine two-state solution.
The first piece will touch on how suddenly we have the Palestine leader looking to get a “peace deal” as soon as possible.
Now unto the news:
Abbas calls Rivlin ahead of departure, expresses hope for peace ‘as soon as possible’
Rivlin’s seven-year term as president ended on July 7 when Isaac Herzog was sworn in.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas spoke on the phone with outgoing Israeli President Reuven Rivlin, according to a statement released by Abbas’s office in Ramallah.
“During the phone call, the president expressed his hope that peace between the two sides would be achieved as soon as possible,” the statement said, adding that Rivlin thanked Abbas for the call.
During a recent farewell tour of the United States, Rivlin appealed to Abbas to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
“We are not condemned to live together, we are destined to live together,” Rivlin said before various United Nations ambassadors at UN headquarters in New York.
“It is up to us to end the conflict. Let us forget the past. Let us build confidence. There are possibilities to ensure a bright future for our people,” he insisted.
It not clear however how much sway Abbas has over the Palestinian people in terms of making peace with Israel as a recent poll suggests a dramatic increase in Palestinian support for Hamas following the Gaza-based terrorist group’s conflict with Israel and a corresponding steep decline in Palestinian support for Abbas.
Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh would beat Abbas if they were the only two contenders in a presidential election, according to respondents, with a majority 53 percent saying that Hamas is the “most deserving of representing and leading the Palestinian people,” compared to just 14 percent for Fatah under Abbas.
In other news:
Mohamed bin Zayed Named ‘Man of Humanity’ by Vatican.
Scripture to consider:
“And he shall confirm the covenant with many for one week:”
The he that will confirm the covenant (which is looking to be the Abraham Accords) that will start the final prophetic week for Israel spoken of by Daniel the prophet will be the prince of the covenant and the beast which are one-in-the-same person.
We here at the Watchman Report see that person to be Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia.
We are now seeing news on how the great Vatican city of Revelation 17:18 which reigns over the earth is now calling a close friend of MBS which is MBZ ‘the man of humanity’ and if you know gematria you will see that the word humanity equates to the number of the beast when using the Sumerian cipher.
And after MBZ has met with the first Jesuit Pope in the gulf, you truly start to see on how indeed, MBZ is a man of six six six.
Just wait until you see MBS and the Pope together!
Now back to the news:
The Vatican’s Foundation Gravissimum Educationis has granted the ‘Man of Humanity’ Award to His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces.
The Award was given to His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan in recognition of his continuous support of, and efforts to foster international humanitarian and relief works.
The Award was received by Sheikh Shakhbout bin Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, Minister of State, on behalf of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, from Cardinal Giuseppe Versaldi, prefect of the Congregation for Catholic Education, President of Pontifical Foundation Gravissimum Educationis and Ministry of Education Vatican, during a ceremony held today at the Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi, in the presence of the ambassadors accredited to the UAE.
Sheikh Mohamed was also recognised for his role in strengthening values of peace and peaceful co-existence, emphasising the importance of dialogue as a means to avoid conflicts, championing humanitarian values, as well as reinforcing UAE’s pioneering role in all humanitarian fronts, particularly the efforts to “mitigate” the impact of COVID-19 pandemic across the world.
To date, the UAE has provided aid to medical staff and front line workers in more than 135 countries to curb the spread of COVID-19.
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Saudi-Iran talks progress, significant differences remain between two sides.
Things to consider:
As we just covered with MBS, he is looking to be the prophecized “prince that shall come” and “prince of the covenant.”
His name of royalty is “Prince Mohammed bin Salman” and “the number to his name” does equate to the number of the beast and when he confirms a covenant with Israel, he will start the final prophetic week.
How we get there is looking to have Iran as a player to cause agitation in the region so that Israel and Arabia come together.
This last news piece will cover how Iran is coming into the picture to drive the region to the final week.
Back to the news:
Riyadh and Tehran have held two rounds of Iraqi-hosted talks, narrowly focused on the war in Yemen
Talks between Middle East regional rivals Iran and Saudi Arabia picked up again Tuesday, with Tehran reporting “good progress,” although acknowledging that the two sides still have significant differences on a range of issues.
In April, media reports first surfaced of direct face-to-face talks between Iran and Saudi Arabia during that month, the first time the regional powers had done so since Riyadh cut diplomatic ties with Tehran in 2016. A month later, a second round was held, also in Baghdad.
Saudi Arabia and its Gulf allies are concerned about Iran’s nuclear program, which they, like many in the international community assert is for the development of atomic weapons. Tehran vehemently disputes this, claiming that its program is for domestic use. Riyadh and its allies also seek to pressure Iran over its advanced ballistic weapons program and its support for its proxies in the region, including but not limited to Yemen and Iraq.
Iran has in turn criticized certain Gulf states for their continued alliance with Washington – and since the signing of the 2020 Abraham Accords, the normalization agreements that some of them signed with Israel.
“Good progress has been achieved in these talks … In some cases, disputes may have complexities that take time to resolve,” Iranian government spokesman Ali Rabiei told a news conference, according to Reuters.
However, there is no intimation that a significant breakthrough will forthcoming.
Things to consider:
Iraq after meeting with the Jesuit Pope when to then go meet with the prince in Arabia and now is helping aid in talks with Iran and Arabia.
Things are moving. The 70th week is fast approaching and then this world will bear witness to the end.