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Honeymoon? Skipping Past Annulment to Irreconcilable Differences

Reader comment on item: The US-Israel Honeymoon May Not Last

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Dec 15, 2021 at 10:57

Israel, it can be generally agreed, really needs a friend. Acquaintances abound: but a friend? Yet further, as Israel's return to it homeland matures, so do the hostilities of those that would see Israel ejected and its people once again rejected as an integral part of the humanity of mankind. Even as the Abrahamic Accords are still waiting for the ink to fully dry and other suitors are potentially courting for a chance to dance and become partners in a Middle East collaboration that may provide some defense to the ambitions of the Iranian Islamic Regimes designs to reign supreme in a fallen world of ancient empires, what is actually presented is not what the eventual expectations are going to provide.
Ever since the circumstances that befell the Arabic (and later 'Palestinian) expectations of possessing what is now the Nation of Israel showed the world that Israel then celebrated an expected and fulfilled prophetic call, that once rejected as a spiritual bride, forgiveness and redemption became the process now underway to its next fulfillment. It does not need neither it is desirable for Israel to look to politically convenient 'partners' in order to sustain its place in the future as the kingdom to come in place of the tainted democracy it is today.
The world, even the United States of America, does not possess the expressions of support and political sustainability necessary to keep Israel safe from all comers that would suck the life out, then cast away the corpse like Rome did millennia ago. It is why the Temple Mount sits in desolation at the hands of the Waqf and their collaborators at this very moment: but not for long.

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