Bibi disapproves Obama’s speech

 Netanyahu’s Office Tweets Disapproving Response to President Obama’s Speech

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s Office twitter account — run by Dr. Eitan Eliram, new media director of the prime minister’s office –- sent out a rapid succession of tweets stating clear disapproval with the president’s reference to the 1967 borders:

“Israel appreciates President Obama’s commitment to peace. Israel believes that for peace to endure between Israelis and Palestinians, the viability of a Palestinian state… cannot come at the expense of the viability of the one and only Jewish state,” the tweets state. “That is why Prime Minister Netanyahu expects to hear a reaffirmation from President Obama of U.S. commitments made to Israel in 2004, which were overwhelmingly supported by both Houses of Congress. Among other things, those commitments relate to Israel not having to withdraw to the 1967 lines which are both indefensible and which would leave major Israeli population centers in Judea and Samaria beyond those lines. Those commitments also ensure Israel’s well-being as a Jewish state by making clear that Palestinian refugees will settle in a future Palestinian state rather than in Israel. Without a solution to the Palestinian refugee problem outside the borders of Israel, no territorial concession will bring peace. Equally, the Palestinians, and not just the United States, must recognize Israel as the nation state of the Jewish people, and any peace agreement with them must end all claims against Israel. Prime Minister Netanyahu will make clear that the defense of Israel requires an Israeli military presence along the Jordan River.”

(Aggregation of tweets has been done by me)

The April 2004 letter to which Netanyahu refers, was written by then-President George W. Bush to then-Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, and states “In light of new realities on the ground, including already existing major Israeli populations centers, it is unrealistic to expect that the outcome of final status negotiations will be a full and complete return to the armistice lines of 1949, and all previous efforts to negotiate a two-state solution have reached the same conclusion. It is realistic to expect that any final status agreement will only be achieved on the basis of mutually agreed changes that reflect these realities.”

— Jake Tapper

Comment by Wickus:

Obama’s speech is clearly calling for the dividing of Israel and clearly Bibi is not happy with it. What can we expect to happen in September? The following are my ideas and it can be flawed.

The UN will declare a Palestine state in September to “force” peace in the region. Israel will be against it. I do not think that there will be an immediate surrounding of troops in Jerusalem. I rather think that Israel will stubbornly refuse to hand over East Jerusalem. It may take a month or 6 for the world leaders to force down the UN resolution as Israel does not want to comply.

Mat 24:15  When ye therefore shall see the abomination of desolation, spoken of by Daniel the prophet, stand in the holy place, (whoso readeth, let him understand)

Luk 21:20  And when ye shall see Jerusalem compassed with armies, then know that the desolation thereof is nigh.

If I understand these verses correctly, it looks like there might be a clue in it. Luke says that the desolation is nigh(but not yet) when Jerusalem is surrounded, were Matthew speaks of the actual AoD event itself happening. Can it be that our Lord gave us a warning that there may be a preparing time before the AoD? The armies may signal that the AoD event is going to happen very soon (maybe a week or two), and when it happens it will almost be to late too flee.

September can proof to be an interesting month. If there is no immediate fireworks and no international troops in Israel after a UN deceleration, don’t stop watching. If Jerusalem is surrounded months later but there is no clear AoD event, don’t stop watching. The AoD will happen, and those watching will recognize it when it happens.

Stay tuned!


6 thoughts on “Bibi disapproves Obama’s speech

  1. Hi Wickus,

    And thanks for the article. I guess what most may have some sort of concern over is: that if the ENP(I) is indeed the Covenant with Many; then how does t his relate to how the A0D will come into play; as it appears as if, with your comments of course, are extending what could be considered the “midst” of this same 7 year period of confirmation?


  2. Hi Mr B

    My comment was made with the ENP in mind. As the end of the ENP is only on 31 Dec 2013 even Dec 2011 can still speculatively count as “midst”.

    I am on purpose not trying to place too much emphases on a date in September. We can see the process of dividing Jerusalem begin then, but must keep in mind that it can take some time (how long I don’t know) for the AoD event to happen.

    Although by this comment I am stretching the “midst” I do believe that if the AoD does happen any time before Dec 2013, the ENP is the covenant.


  3. As I was reading your comments, I was attempting to tie in how the “Division of the Land” Joel 3:1-2; and how the Gog Magog (Ezekiel 38-39) and the battle of Armageddon (Revelation 16:16) – which appears to be synonymous with each other; all tie in to the ENP(I), and the Millennial Kingdom.

    I will have to concur, with your analysis on the “surrounding of Jerusalem”, occurring right at the September 2011 timeframe – and I am very glad that you have brought this to our attention.

    After viewing this, I really have to re-visit a previous conversation that you, Scott, and I had concerning the fact that the “week” that the Antichrist confirms the Covenant with Many may be a different event from the 70th week time period; in that it may overlap. If this is true, then I also have to wonder if the cessation of sacrifice is referring to the 70th week; and not the confirmation of the Covenant with Many. Have we assummed that the “midst” is referring to the Covenant with Many? Scripture seems to indicate that the “midst” is in the middle of the week – meaning the 70th week, depending on what Translation of Scripture you read. This could be a huge discovery, if they do indeed overlap.

    I really don’t believe that a new 7 year plan will commence from the “Division of the Land” when it takes place in September 2011. If it does, with everything else that seems to “fit” – then I would be greatly surprised. Nevertheless, I do feel that we are close to solving this End Time mystery.

    It does appear as things are about to happen real soon, and there is no doubt that some of the events prophesised will not have come to pass until the completion of the Millennial Kingdom.


  4. i found something interesting about jewish history for the date of may19th1943. it was the day berlin was declared “jew free”. those folks are still at it to be rid of the jews and our president has officially thrown his hat in that ring. the battle for jerusalem is on. things will unfold on time and in order according to the scripture as we are already watching happen.


  5. Mr Baldy, may I say that you are spot on. I also don’t see a new 7 year plan unfolding. We have the plan. It is called the ENP(i). We have the push for the division of Israel/Jerusalem. And we have the Words of Jesus saying what will happen if the armies surround Jerusalem. That is currently enough for me. I see this as the biggest signs to look at currently.

    I also agree that Gog (Ez 38-39) and Armageddon are synonymous with each other. Many will disagree, but careful study of Eze 38 and 39 does show the finality of it. After that war everyone will know who the Lord God is; the same as Armageddon.

    I will urge you to study the conversation between us and Scott. again. There has been so much wisdom in. It is the overlapping of the week VS the 7 year covenant. It is the start of the 70th week that Passerby started the conversation on (7 years or 3.5 years left). So much is making sense!

    And then I must also say sorry. Sometimes I forget that not everyone understand the way I see things unfolding, then I just comment or post without clarification of my thoughts. I am really not a good writer.



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