Commentary & Analysis
L. A. Marzulli
Iran flies thousands of pro-Palestinian activists to Syria. IDF fortifies borders
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The poster on the left is almost one year old, now “Jerusalem Day,” is about to happen again and perhaps this event will serve as the flash point for the coming Middle East conflict. There is a saying in the Middle East and it is: The enemy of my enemy is my friend. When it comes to Israel, there is agreement amongst Arabs, Sunni, and Shia Moslems that Israel is the enemy and thus, what would be opposing factions are willing to drop their differences to go after their common enemy, Israel. Jerusalem Day, is slated to happen on March 30, which is only a few days away. How will Israel respond when its borders are breached by hundreds, perhaps thousands of illegals trying to break into the country? Will this serve as a flash-point that will rally the Iranians, Hezbolloah, HAMAS, and other factions in the region to launch a full-scale military assault on Israel? I am reminded of a prophecy that tells us: Jerusalem will be a cup of trembling.
We are seeing this prophecy unfold right before our eyes and it’s happening in real-time. Israel is surrounded on all sides by those who want to participate in this march. Even Jordan, the only country that still maintains a peace treaty with Israel is getting into the act.
Jordan to Allow Global March to Jerusalem Jordanian authorities confirmed they will permit a planned march in the Jordan Valley “in support of Jerusalem.”
Jordan to Allow Global March to Jerusalem – Middle East – News – Israel National News
Meanwhile Anti-Semitism is on the rise as seen in this article. Bosnian Muslim neo-Nazi group vilifies Jews – Jihad Watch
The OSLO peace accords promised that there would be land for peace, and this seemed to offer some hope for the region. Now, years later, we see that this concept is broken and in fact will never work. When Israel gave up the Gaza strip, as the last of the Israeli’s were leaving the land, the shelling and mortar fire began. It continues to the present day, stopping and starting in a macabre cat and mouse game. Land for peace is a joke and it will never solve the conundrum that is the so-called displacement of the Palestinian people. Jordan is Palestine and at present is populated by 70% Palestinians.
In closing todays post: There is a supernatural component to what we are seeing that is not talked about and I believe is avoided at all costs. Israel has been gathered back into the homeland which in itself defies all logic. Now, we see that Jerusalem is in contention. Will Jerusalem Day serve as a flash point that will start WWIII? I hope not….