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The Destiny of Israel's Peace and the War Necessary to Bring It About.

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Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Sep 21, 2009 at 16:29

Once again, the debate turns on its never-ending cycle of pursuing the right rhetoric or following the right ideology to achieve some semblance of stability (falsely perceived) in the Arab-Israeli relations couched in the 'Palestinian' crisis. Only in the world peacemaking realm of supposed Middle Eastern diplomats was there ever the expression of peace in a situation that is inherently antagonistic and violently problematic for all who have expressed an interest in solving the unsolualbe.

Only in the assertion that Israel must win for the Middle East to achieve stability is there any practical reality to the potential cessation of hostilities. Is there such an outcome given the current circumstance? Hardly, for as the principals among Israel's antagonists have reiterated, the implied or complicit position of recognizing Israel's existence is not in their hearts; rather they live for the hatred that is the fuel for the fire of the torches they carry towards their vehement desire, the elimination of Israel.

This reader will not recite again the litany of activities that have antagonized, ravaged, and desecrated the land promised to Israel from its very inception centuries ago; sufficient for the moment are the immediate threats near and from abroad to diminish the sovereignty of Israel over its native land, promises of actions that if carried to the full intent of Israel's enemies would seek for her eradication over the feigned cause of the 'Palestinians.' In reality, the indigent Arab population is struggling to achieve 'statehood,' but to what end if the Islamic Revolution in Iran realizes their intentions of making Jerusalem a center for the Islamic culture and 'Palestine' is swept aside for the greater Muslim cause of ushering in their al-Madhi. The only problem in that is that a greater power is already at work to finish what the Holy Bible says is Israel's true destiny.

To that end, the world, in its inexorable drive to obtain peace at Israel's cost, is instead to be found in preparations for war many think will force Israel out of existence: the surprise ending being Israel will be on the winning side, of her Almighty God. Of such is the ultimate expression of being Zionist, believing that Israel's Almighty Sovereign is ready to execute His plan, foretold from time unsearchable by humanity, ready to bring about the fulfillment of the promises made to Abraham; that the Son of Man, Son of God, Yeshua HaMashiach, returns to complete the process of bringing the Kingdom of the Almighty God of Israel to Jerusalem, to the entire world.

As to the premise that Yitzhak Rabin faltered by his assertion that 'one cannot make peace with one's enemy,' is of course philosophical; and for him it turned into a tragic misunderstanding of what would be necessary to accomplish the impossible. But we must remember that it was not an Arab that did not see him eye to eye on his mission for peace for his people, but one of his own that could not bear to make peace with an enemy that would never make peace for Israel's sake, let alone for the 'Palestinian' cause. Any who continue to make the mistake of messing with Israel's destiny as revealed by her Almighty Sovereign are destined to be swept up in its conclusion.

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