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Plan of Action for Peace in the Middle East Already in Motion - Israel Wins.

Reader comment on item: Solving the "Palestinian Problem" [with the No-State Solution]

Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Jan 8, 2009 at 12:48

There are many compelling reasons from either side of the postulation presented here, that either the post 1967 former Tran-Jordan territories be turned over to Egyptian/Jordanian control in order to provide a ‘stronger' governmental presence than offered by the P.A. (or their usurping shadow agencies-Hamas -etc), or that Israel be allowed to re-assert their sovereignty over the troubled areas as is proffered by other writers, such as Prof. Paul Eidelberg. Yet as intriguing as these possibilities may be, as this is being written, the next operation to help define the borders of Israel may just be starting. Rockets are falling from the north.

Any speculations of ‘Palestinian' self government should be shelved indefinitely until the powers that use the ‘Palestinian' issue for various political ploys cease in their efforts to establish some alternative political reality in the land known as Israel. We know that every political influence exerted in the Middle East is directed at one side or the other of the following: should Israel be allowed to exist intact, in peace? Hamas and likeminded Muslim ideologists say, emphatically, no. The rest of the world teeters on their answers; for if they say no, they put to shame their sense of fairness and tolerance of an ethnic people that has been pushed, kicked and decimated as badly as any minority society. If they say yes, then there can be no peace from Israel's enemies. The Adversary will see to that.

Strange for some to understand, the ‘Palestinian' solution has already been decided. The execution of a plan centuries old in the offing requires only one thing, the recognition of the people, the state of the nation of Israel. Anything short of this will bring neither peace nor cessation of hostilities. It is, of course, Biblically mandated. In the same thought, we know that the world does not desire to follow the Biblical plan, and actively engages in all sorts of efforts to eliminate any Biblical influences in the matter of their course to find their own peace in the Middle East. But the futility must be exercised; and thus the rockets must fall, for now.

That the second front seems ready to be opened is no accident, that the leaders of Hizbollah have been in conference (consorting) with the Hamas leaders, and all have been consorting with Iran. It will not end there. They have already successfully made their pitch to the world community (the UN, et al) to engage on behalf of the beleaguered ‘Palestinians' and have made sure by their tactical placement of Hamas/Hizbollah targets next to civilian and UN locations that the response they desire for collateral damage in ensured. As we can tell by the petitions sent to the UN on behalf of the ‘Palestinian' cause, how easily forgotten are the lives lost on Israeli soil in the intifadas, the homicide bombings, and the current rocket infestations of the hatred borne of the Israeli nation. Other participants (all Biblically named) wait in the wings for their entrance into the fray.

We will reiterate, the only final solution of the situation faced by Israel in the protection of Israeli sovereignty is for the world to be brought to its knees before Israel, global penitents begging for forgiveness for their deeds against the people of Almighty God. That time is coming; and if the hostilities being perpetrated against Israel are not abated, then the Biblical implications of judgment against a faithless world now being fulfilled will continue to their completion. As Jesus Christ said, when we see the things we are seeing now, it is this generation that will see the Truth of the Holy Bible as never seen before. Further, according to Jesus Christ, Israel wins.


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