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Misrepresentation of Representation - UNSC Resolutions Never Meant to Bring Peace for Israel - Merely Hudnah Internationally Codified.

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Nov 8, 2022 at 14:02

Where in either recent or modern historical times of international administrations of global security does there seem to be a practical sense of how to administer a peacetime solution to a senstive political situation as caustic as it appears in getting any consensus as to where the state of Israel would be allowed to exist, let alone declare sovereignty over territories that have historical written documentation indicating ancient promises of specified premises.
From one American perspective, decades of observing the aftermath of the world-wide attempt to extinguish (there is no other word that sufficiently expresses such a global enmity for a people as does that which appears in deference to the continuing hatred for those of Jewish ethnicity), it never will be comprehensible nor ever approach any truly rational frame of reference that such negative ideological or theosophical rancor could be attained and maintained in the way the world does to the Jewish people; except that in the Jewish Holy Writ, such enmity is described by the Almighty Sovereign for reasons to be understood only in terms of judgement for rebellion to that same Almighty Sovereign. It would appear that His terms for Israeli victory are the ones to look for and not those described by an unwilling world that has other plans for dealing with Israel.
As far as the UNSC resolutions are concerned, they appear to be tolerated in their temporary status of only the restraint momentarily placed against Israel while the antagonistic perpetrators of Israel's difficulties continue in their pursuits of planning for Israel demise. Once the hudnah is played out, then the reality of Israel's victory will be made more plain. By the time it is all determined completed according to Abraham's promise, the UN, UNSC, the International ICC think tank attempting to criminalize Israel for desiring peace in its own homeland, will all have their own time of adjudication and they will have eternity to lick their sores.
They will try to understand why they could not force Israel to go against her Eternal Sovereign, but will not.
There is no power in any of their resolutions that will change Israel's ultimate outcome.

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