Arab party leader in new government, Next war with Israel will change the Middle East, Israel ECOSOC

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.”

As we proceed to the final prophetic 70th week for Israel, we will see the land of God (Israel) be parted with the Palestinian “two-state solution.”

Let us now see how the Arab party in the new Israeli government is setting that up.

Now unto the news:

Arab party leader in new gov’t: We are Palestinians, support Al-Aqsa, guard the mosque.

Things to consider:

Al-Aqsa in gematria when using the Sumerian cipher equates to the number of the beast because it is playing a role in getting us to the kingdom of the beast after the midway point of the upcoming 70th week.

Back to the news:

Mansour Abbas tells Jordanian TV: ‘We are part of the Palestinian people,’ support the Al-Aqsa mosque and Jerusalem.

The head of the Islamic United Arab List party that is set to become the first Arab party to support an Israeli government said Thursday that his electorate are “part of the Palestinian people.”

In an interview with the Jordanian television station Al-Mamlaka, Mansour Abbas talked about his decision to take part in an Israeli government, saying his religious Islamic party known by it’s Hebrew acronym Ra’am had to “break through many barriers” in an effort to become an influential political player participating in policy-making and decision-making.

“We do not differentiate between the right and the left of the Zionist political spectrum – they all serve their project, their country, the differences between them are not that big,” said Abbas, whose comments were translated by Kan News.

Abbas stressed during the interview that in his view the Arabs are not Israelis but rather part of a “Palestinian Arab public – whose people are citizens of Israel, and part of our Palestinian people.”

Refuting allegations that he was betraying the Palestinian cause by working with the Zionists, Abbas replied that his identity is clear and that he is doing his part when it comes to the issue of “our Palestinian people: We support Al-Aqsa [mosque on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem], guard the mosque, invest in development in Jerusalem in order to establish our people there.”

Abbas added that “as citizens of Palestine born into this reality, we conduct our policies according to this reality. We will never give up on establishing our feet in our country and homeland.”

In breaking with the traditional opposition to working directly with any Israeli government, Abbas emphasized the pragmatic nature of working with the country instead of constantly being in opposition.

“This political approach has many features and is based on a clear vision regarding national, religious and human identity and the goals that the Palestinian Arab community wants in Israel and as part of the Palestinian people” Abbas said. “When we define well who we are and define what we want, we can determine how to achieve what we want.”

The last time an Arab Israeli party supported a government, but without participating in it, was in 1992 when Arab parties supported the Oslo peace process when Yitzhak Rabin was prime minister.

Under the coalition agreement, the Ra’am is expect to get the position of deputy speaker of the Knesset and will chair the parliamentary Interior Committee.

Abbas didn’t escape condemnation from other Arabs in Israel.

The Democratic Front for Peace and Equality and the Communist Party said in a statement that Abbas’ support “for a government that is not committed to stopping the ethnic cleansing in occupied East Jerusalem and the violations and provocations in Al-Aqsa Mosque legitimizes the policy of denial of the rights of the Palestinian people.”

The statement stated that “the overthrow of Netanyahu does not legitimize support for a government headed by Bennett,” which they considered “a right-wing government par excellence in its composition and political line that does not present a real fundamental change from the Netanyahu government.”

In other news: Next war with Israel will change the Middle East says Sinwar.

The next battle between Israel and Hamas will change the shape of the Middle East, Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar said on Saturday.

Things to consider:

This man has a name combining sin and war which in gematria have perfect overlaps and also when you see his full name you will see he has overlaps with Satan’s Jesuit Order (the militia of the great Vatican city of Revelation 17:18 that reigns over the kings of the earth). Most likely he is a secret Jesuit soldier perpetuating wars and revolutions pursuant to their secret satanic oath at the high occult levels that serve their superior general Arturo Sosa SJ which in turn probably reports to Satan himself.

Back to the news:

Addressing Palestinian academics in the Gaza Strip, a defiant Sinwar again boasted that Hamas had won the last round of fighting with Israel.

Addressing Palestinian academics in the Gaza Strip, a defiant Sinwar again boasted that Hamas had won the last round of fighting with Israel.

Sinwar’s address, reminiscent of speeches made by Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah, was repeatedly interrupted with cries of “Allahu Akbar!” (God is Great) and other slogans in support of Hamas.

Sinwar claimed that Israel had failed during the 11-day fighting to destroy “the capabilities of the Palestinian resistance.” He also claimed that Israel destroyed less than 3% of Hamas’s tunnels during the fighting.

“Our people proved to the occupation and the rest of the world that our ummah (Muslim community) is ready to defend al-Aqsa Mosque,” Sinwar said.

He praised the Palestinians in Jerusalem for resisting Israeli “schemes to Judaize Jerusalem, divide al-Aqsa Mosque and carry out ethnic cleansing.”

Sinwar denounced Arab countries and rulers who signed peace treaties with Israel. He also lashed out at the Palestinian Authority for conducting security coordination with Israel in the West Bank.

Sinwar listed what he called “strategic goals” that Hamas allegedly achieved during the military confrontation with Israel.

“First, we proved to the enemy that we are capable of protecting and defending al-Aqsa Mosque and that we are ready to pay a heavy price,” he said. “The uprising of our people in Jerusalem, the West Bank and the 1948 lands (Israel) put pressure on the enemy more than the rockets of the resistance.”

Sinwar said that the demonstrations near the border with Jordan and Lebanon during the Israel-Hamas fighting “sent a message to the enemy that it must not be deceived by what it hears from the [Arab] rulers who normalized their relations with Israel that ‘the ummah is finished and has collapsed.’”

Hamas’s second achievement, Sinwar noted, was that it managed to “thwart” Israel’s ostensible plan “to divide al-Aqsa Mosque in time and space” between Muslims and Jews.

Sinwar said the third achievement Hamas scored was that it succeeded in rallying Palestinians behind the “resistance.”

The Hamas leader said that the last round of fighting with Israel represented only a “small battle” and that the next war will be more significant.

Addressing the PA, Sinwar called on its leaders not to expect anything from the US administration. He said that the only way for the Palestinians to achieve their goals was through unity and a “popular resistance backed by an armed resistance.”

According to Sinwar, some Arabs and Muslims are “generously supporting the resistance.” He said that those who are supporting Hamas are afraid of revealing their identities out of fear of being held accountable by the international community.

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Lastly:

Israel elected for first time to UN Economic and Social Council.

Scripture to consider:

“Therefore wait ye upon me, saith the LORD, until the day that I rise up to the prey: for my determination is to gather the nations, that I may assemble the kingdoms, to pour upon them mine indignation, even all my fierce anger: for all the earth shall be devoured with the fire of my jealousy.”

The purpose for the united nations is for the LORD to gather the nations to pour upon them his indignation and all his fierce anger.

Amen.

“For the wisdom of this world is foolishness with God. For it is written, He taketh the wise in their own craftiness.”

Back to the news:

Israel was elected for the first time to serve as a member of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) on Monday, receiving more than two-thirds of the vote of UN member states. 154 countries showed their support for Israel, which will now have the ability to vote, offer proposals for discussion, start initiatives and more on one of the UN’s three main bodies.

ECOSOC, which, along with the Security Council and the Human Rights Council, is one of the UN’s three main bodies. It numbers only 54 members (out of 193 UN member states) and deals with all economic, development and environmental issues, as well as a variety of humanitarian concerns. ECOSOC is also responsible for approving the action plans of the permanent committees working under it on a variety of issues such as the Committee on the Status of Women, the Statistics Committee, the Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations, the Committee on Drugs, the Population and Development Committee, the Forestry Forum and more. Countries are nominated as part of regional blocs, with Israel’s candidacy coming on behalf of the Group of Western European and Other Countries (WEOG).

Israel’s success at ECOSOC comes after a year of accomplishments at the UN, including the election of an Israeli diplomat to serve as deputy chair of the Judiciary Committee (one of six permanent UN Committees), Israeli Odelia Fitoussi winning the support of 109 countries, including some Arab states, to serve on UN Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, and an unprecedented 144 countries voting to adopt an Israeli resolution encouraging entrepreneurship and innovation.

Monday’s achievement is also notable given it took place following the recent military operation in Gaza and the extensive anti-Israel diplomatic efforts and spike in global anti-Semitism.

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