Netanyahu’s speech at the UN

Comment by Wickus:

For those of you (like me) who might have missed it, here is Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech at the UN.

Update:

Oops, I did post the wrong video. Thanks to Scott and Roma for correcting me. This one is the correct version. I guess that’s what happens if you did not watch the live version.

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20 thoughts on “Netanyahu’s speech at the UN

  1. Bibi is the bright thing next to the sun??!!

    Haha, just kidding. It seems that the video link may have been switched.

    Not a big deal. 🙂

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  2. Hey that is hilarious, but yes I think he is a bright spot next to the sun myself. I was very happy when he was elected and he will stand for his country. We will keep watching and praying. Praying for the peace of Jerusalem, when our Lord and Savior reigns in Jerusalem on the throne of David. It will happen, though tribulation must come first.

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  3. Wow, the respect I have for Bibi can not be explained in limited words. He is probably the most “real” and ‘true-to-his-self” leader in the world currently. He pulls no punches. He does not take any crap. His articulation abilities on what he is trying to convey is above and beyond any other world leader’s skills.

    Can you honestly lay out an arguement against a Palestinian bid any better than he did today at the U.N.?

    Jesus, please save Bibi, is my plea. Thank you Holy Spirit for the things which you are about to do in the heart of this warrior,

    Amen

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  4. Dear Brother Wickus,

    I didn’t mean to embed the video when I made the post.
    It just did it automatically when I logged in the “comment”

    I am still not able to accomplish this feat when I am posting over at over at Born To Watch.
    Go figure.

    Scott

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  5. He then informed the Assembly that he had submitted to the Secretary-General an application for admission of Palestine, on the basis of the 4 June 1967 borders,

    with Al-Quds Al-Sharif as its capital,

    as a full United Nations member. “I call upon Mr. Secretary-General to expedite transmittal of our request to the Security Council, and I call upon the distinguished members of the Security Council to vote in favour of our full membership. I also appeal to the States that have not yet recognized the State of Palestine to do so,” he said. The world’s support for that was a “victory for truth, freedom, justice, law and international legitimacy” and was the greatest contribution to peacemaking in the Holy Land.

    In closing, he said: “I have come here today with a message from a courageous and proud people: Palestine is being reborn.” He implored everyone to stand with it.

    Source

    last part of his speech, claiming Israel to be the capital, had to look that one up, good grief.

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  6. Thanks for the correct info Scot and Roma. I guess that’s what happens when posting late at night. I went to bed after the post and wanted to watch it this morning.

    This timezones can be crazy…

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  7. i finally got opportunity to hear this. bibi is a statesman and he spoke powerfully. Lord the peace he longs for i pray will soon come to his heart and he will know You are the true Light and Peace and israel’s Savior. Lord i pray for the peace of jerusalem and thank You that Your plan is unfolding even the world grows darker by the minute……..

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  8. http://thecable.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2011/09/22/bill_clinton_netanyahu_killed_the_peace_process#.Tn4mZEoNOe6.twitter

    Bill Clinton: Netanyahu Killed the Peace Process

    yeah right, Clinton, did I ever tell any of you here how much I dislike the Clintons, ?

    this was a great post Wickus

    even though we had a video problem, it did do something good here

    Pro 17:22 A merry heart doeth good like a medicine: but a broken spirit drieth the bones.

    I for one needed this merry heart right about this time, we can be joyful and merry knowing that Jesus is coming soon.

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