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 will be parted and it is looking to be the Palestine two-state solution that will do it. The parting is looking to be a pre-condition before the six six six prince makes the deal with Israel from Saudi Arabia.
We will see the jesuit pope affirming the need to part the land of Israel in the first news update. This is when the so-called leader of Palestine visited the great Vatican city that the bible says reigns over the kings of the earth as per Revelation 17.
Now unto the news: Pope affirms two-state solution with Palestinian President.
The Holy See Press Office announced that Pope Francis and Palestinian President Mahoud Abbas met in a private audience in the Vatican on the same day.
According to a press release, their discussions were “cordial” and emphasized the good relations between the State of Palestine and the Holy See.
The Pope and the President spoke about the need to promote human fraternity and peaceful coexistence among various faiths, as well as the goal of a two-state solution in the Holy Land.
“With regard to the peace process between Israelis and Palestinians, it was stressed that it is absolutely necessary to reactivate direct dialogue in order to achieve a two-state solution, also with the help of more vigorous effort on the part of the international community,” the statement read.
Pope Francis and President Abbas also noted that “Jerusalem must be recognized by all as a place of encounter and not of conflict, and that its status must preserve its identity and universal value as a Holy City for all three Abrahamic religions, also through a special internationally guaranteed status.”
The two leaders then spoke about the “urgency of working for peace, avoiding the use of weapons, and combating all forms of extremism and fundamentalism.”
In related news: Gantz hosts Abbas at his home, in PA leader’s first meeting in Israel in a decade.
Defense Minister Benny Gantz hosted Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas at his home in Rosh Ha’ayin on Tuesday night. It marked the first time the Palestinian leader held talks with a senior Israeli official in Israel since 2010.
The meeting was Gantz and Abbas’s second since the new Israeli government was formed in June. According to the Defense Ministry, it lasted two and a half hours; part of it was Abbas and Gantz alone.
“The defense minister emphasized the shared interest in strengthening security cooperation, preserving security stability, and preventing terrorism and violence,” Gantz’s office said in a statement.
Gantz also told Abbas that he intended to continue advancing “confidence-building measures in civil and economic fields,” according to the Defense Ministry.
Israel’s military liaison to the Palestinians Ghassan Alian, widely known by his position’s acronym COGAT, also participated in the meeting on the Israeli side.
In more related two-state solution news: Gantz meets with Jordan’s King Abdullah in Amman.
Israel’s Defense Minister Benny Gantz met Jordan’s Jesuit educated King Abdullah II in the capital Amman on Wednesday to discuss the two countries’ common security and diplomatic concerns.
During the meeting, the Jordanian leader stressed “the importance of maintaining calm in the Palestinian territories and taking all measures to create the horizon needed to achieve just and comprehensive peace based on the two-state solution,” the Royal Hashemite Court said in a tweet, referring to the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
In more related news: New Security Council president calls for renewed focus on Israel and Palestine.
Norway will elevate UN Security Council discussions of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to a ministerial level on Jan. 19, in an effort to highlight the need for the council to restore its focus on this decades-long conflict.
That was the pledge by Mona Juul, Oslo’s permanent representative to the UN, who lamented the reduced international attention to the issue, which has been sidelined as a result of multiple other conflicts raging across the Middle East.
“The people of Israel and Palestine do not deserve that,” she said on Tuesday during a press conference to discuss her country’s priorities as it assumes the presidency of the Security Council for January. “Thirty years after the Madrid conference, the Israeli-Palestinian issue deserves more attention.
“It’s critical to enhance the council’s focus and the need to find a political solution to this protracted conflict and make sure we avoid further actions that undermine the prospect of the two-state solution.”
DO YOU SEE HOW THIS IS ALL COMING TOGETHER RAPIDLY AFTER COVID AND THE ABRAHAM ACCORDS OCCUR? THAT IS NOT A COINCIDENCE. THIS IS PREPARING THE WAY FOR THE BEAST AND HIS GLOBAL KINGDOM.
Lastly in the news: Pope Francis: Failure to fight climate change will incur God’s judgment.
Scripture to consider: “And I heard a great voice out of the temple saying to the seven angels, Go your ways, and pour out the vials of the wrath of God upon the earth.”
The 7 vials of the wrath of God will be poured out 42 months after the prince and beast makes the deal with Israel in what is known as the “great tribulation” period. The satanic deception with climate change is that it will be used to deceive the world about God not doing it but the after effects of climate change.
The pope in the next piece is telling you the truth of the matter, climate change is a lie to cover for the wrath of God which is about to pour out on the beast worshipping world.
Back to the news: World leaders are running out of time and must address the challenges of climate change before it’s too late, Pope Francis said.
In a letter to Catholics in Scotland signed Nov. 9, where the U.N. Climate Change Conference is being held, the pope said he hoped leaders attending the summit would “meet this grave challenge with concrete decisions inspired by responsibility toward present and future generations.”
“Time is running out; this occasion must not be wasted, lest we have to face God’s judgment for our failure to be faithful stewards of the world he has entrusted to our care,” he wrote.