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Reader comment on item: What If: Fifty Years After the Six-Day War

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jun 5, 2017 at 11:31

After fifty years of wavering on one of the most significant developments of history after nearly two thousand years, Dr. Pipes does a good assay of what has been wrong in Israel since the time of her reestablishment in 1948. This makes for an interesting acknowledgement of Israel's need to make the necessary political adjustments to finish her claim to the Biblical promises afforded to Israel.

First, the problem of the secularist humanistic sector of the Israeli politically correct apparatchik and their foreign sympathizers is that Israel does NOT need to concede anything in order to make her case for peace in the region: Israel is returned to her land in spite of the hatred being fomented by the leftist ideologically putrid causes, which are successor to the 20th century enemy forces of the Jewish people.

1st) The anti-Semitic forces Israel faces today are there to keep Israel on her toes and to refocus on the process that must occur to give Israel her true standing in the world-Zion is the LORD's and Israel lives in the land under His auspices, not the world's. There has never been a time in which the world was tasked to be regent over Israel's land; the times of the Gentiles were a time of being groundskeepers only.
Next) Israel is the center of its realm, the sovereignty of which has never been ceded, but temporary counter claims have been endured over the epochs, none of which would last beyond a few generations, especially none beyond the promise to the throne of David. The apparent claim of the moment by the supposedly 'Palestinian' sector is best looked at as an inheritance problem created by the 'Palestinians'.
Lastly) Israel is in the throes of the closing chapters of the Scriptures in which their claim to the promise is being adjudicated for the world to see. The six day war's wresting the Temple Mount and the Jerusalem's precincts away from one of the last of the Gentiles controls is merely among the last few steps of the process. Since this last part is less than a man's lifetime, how much more time is necessary?
Israel today is in its last era of preparation: Israel's future is secure, no matter the punditry that says this cannot last much longer. The prophetical pieces are in place. All that is left is the timing, which the world will never be able to discern. Even the trigger is now exposed; who does anyone think is capable to try and set it off? Remember, the West Bank is a 'Palestinian' diversion-'Palestinians' will never rule.


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