donderdag 18 december 2014

OM vervolgt Geert Wilders wegens discriminatie

Isis aanhangers/sympathisanten in Den Haag schreeuwen het uit: "Dood aan de joden, dood aan de joden!"

Tot haat, eliminatie, en discriminatie tegen joden en christenen openlijk uitroepen op straat mag wel, maar Geert #Wilders wordt vervolgd door het OM voor een uitspraak die hij niet zo bedoelde.
Er zijn van deze groep islamitische haatzaaiers maar een aantal mensen door het OM opgepakt, maar van een veroordeling of een uitzetting uit het land, daar hebben wij niets van mogen vernemen.

OM vervolgt Geert Wilders wegens discriminatie

Netanyahu Addresses the Foreign Press Corps

We don't like the Status Quo on the Temple Mount but ok.

donderdag 11 december 2014

GOOD NEWS! Arabs and Jews Unite to Proclaim Messiah’s Return

By David Lazarus

A new generation of Arab and Jewish followers of Jesus/Yeshua met together last week to strategize on how to “turn Israel upside down.”

Two hundred and sixty Messianic Jewish and Arab pastors, youth leaders, evangelists, Bible-school teachers and ministry leaders gathered for a three-day council to discuss, study, pray and work together to effectively bring the word of God in power to Arabs and Jews throughout the whole Land of Israel.

These seasoned men and women of faith embody decades of labor proclaiming the Gospel to local Arabs and Jews. Most have given up everything to preach Messiah to their unbelieving Muslim and Jewish families and friends. Despised because of their faith, they have lost jobs, suffered rejection and endured multiple other hardships, yet their passion to bring the Good News to their people remains unquenched.

“We will keep preaching and teaching the Word of God until it changes the people of Israel,” declared one leading pastor. “We must be willing to suffer for the sake of the gospel and keep going no matter what happens. God will accomplish His will through the power of His word.”

With tensions now raging in Jerusalem and across Israel, it was astonishing to witness firsthand the deep friendships between these Arabs and Jews. Even the cold-blooded murders in a Jerusalem synagogue that took place on the final day of the gathering could not separate these godly men and women from their warm fellowship in Messiah.

In fact, the cowardly acts of terror and violence still raging in Jerusalem only served to move them to stand even stronger together and compelled them to more boldly declare the life-giving Word of God to both Muslim and Jew.

A regular theme throughout the gathering was the need to understand God’s prophetic word concerning the Last Days.

Scriptures related to the Second Coming of Messiah were studied. There are many signs that we are living in the latter days, particularly the return of the Jewish people to their biblical land, and the leadership of the local congregations in Israel discussed the need to prepare God’s people for the Messiah’s soon return.

All agreed that time is short, and the peoples of this land, both Arab and Jew, must hear the Word of God now.

It was mentioned that some local leaders are not teaching or preaching about the Second Coming. They do not want to stir up controversy or division over what can be a difficult subject.

While there remains much debate in Christianity and among Messianic Jews as to what exactly will happen around the Second Coming of the Lord, all were in agreement that He is coming, and that the Gospel much be preached in boldness, especially in Israel, before it is too late, for He comes this time in glory and in judgment.

According to many New Testament scriptures, the return of Messiah should unify believers, inspiring them to ready themselves in purity and holiness. It is seen as a cunning ploy of the enemy to cause so much confusion and division concerning the Last Days and Messiah’s return.

The leadership of the local Arab and Jewish congregations in Israel prayed for unity of faith in the Messiah’s return and boldness to tell others of His coming Messianic kingdom, the only real solution to the Arab-Israeli conflict and the peace of Jerusalem.


80% of “Palestinians” support jihad terror attacks on Israeli civilians

Masked Palestinian distributes sweets as he celebrates with others an attack on a Jerusalem synagogue, in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip

They’re approving of hit-and-run attacks on Israeli civilians, and of stabbing whole families to death in the homes in the middle of the night. They’re glorifying and celebrating savagery. Just don’t call it that, you racist, bigoted Islamophobe. “Poll shows strong Palestinian support for attacks,” The Associated Press, December 9, 2014.

An overwhelming majority of Palestinians support a recent spate of attacks on Israelis amid heightened tensions over the most sensitive holy site in Jerusalem, according to an opinion poll released Tuesday.

The poll also found that more than half of Palestinians support a new uprising against Israel, and that the Hamas militant group would win presidential elections if they were held today.

Palestinian pollster Khalil Shikaki said the results reflected Palestinian anger over Israeli statements about the Jerusalem holy site, which is revered by Jews and Muslims, as well as a loss of hope following the collapse of U.S.-brokered peace talks and Israel’s recent war with Hamas in the Gaza Strip.

The Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research interviewed 1,270 people in the West Bank and Gaza last week. The poll had an error margin of 3 percentage points.

“There is an environment in which violence is becoming a dominant issue,” said Shikaki. “This seems to be one of the most important driving forces.”

There has been a spate of attacks in Jerusalem over the past month and a half, at a time of rising tensions over the contested holy site, revered by Muslims as Noble Sanctuary and by Jews as the Temple Mount.

Prominent members of Israel’s government have become more vocal in recent months about demands that Jews be allowed to pray at the Muslim-run site, which is home to the Al Aqsa Mosque and iconic Dome of the Rock.

Many Palestinians fear this is a pretext for a gradual Jewish takeover — a claim Israel denies.

The poll found 86 percent of respondents believe the shrine is in grave danger from Israel. It said 80 percent supported individual attacks by Palestinians who have stabbed Israelis or rammed cars into crowded train stations.


80% Palestijnen staat achter doodrijden van Israëli’s

PA's 'Delusional Accusations' over Ziad Abu Ein Death are Incitement

In 1979, PA Terrorist Ziad abu Ein planted a bomb in a garbage pail in Tiberias, murdering two teenagers, Boaz Lahav (16) and David Lankri (14). 32 people were injured.

Outgoing Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman (Yisrael Beytenu) on Thursday slammed the "delusional accusations" made by the Palestinian Authority (PA) and Hamas blaming Israel for the death of convicted terrorist turned senior PA official Ziad Abu Ein on Wednesday.

Liberman said the PA's accusations that Israel had "murdered" Abu Ein were baseless and meant only to incite the Arab population; the PA also threatened to suspend its security cooperation with Israel as a result of his Abu Ein's death, and PA chairman Mahmoud Abbas referred to Abu Ein's "martyrdom."

"The delusional accusations of excessive use of force and of 'Israel is responsible for murder,' as a representative of the Palestinian government said, bear witness only to the motives of the Palestinian inciters who do everything to worsen the conflict," said Liberman.

An autopsy from the Abu Dis Forensics Institute revealed Abu Ein suffered from existing medical conditions and died of a heart attack while clashing with IDF troops in an olive-planting land-grab march of 300 activists.

The autopsy noted "the deceased suffered from ischemic heart disease; blood vessels in his heart were found to be over 80% blocked by plaque. Old scars indicating that he suffered from previous myocardial infractions were also found."

"The state of Israel and IDF soldiers time after time prove that despite the fact that we are dealing with organized violent acts and with difficult situations that no other democratic government in the world is forced to deal with, we do it as well as is possible," said Liberman.

While Arab sources claimed Abu Ein was struck by soldiers and died of wounds, video from the clash shows that wasn't the case, and that after he started showing signs of a heart attack a female IDF medic tried to offer him aid which he refused.

Abu Ein was a member of the Fatah Revolutionary Council, which is also known as the Abu Nidal Organization - a recognized terrorist organization in the US for over 20 years.

He was handed a life sentence in Israel in 1982 after being extradited from the US in 1981 over the murder of two Israelis in Tiberias in 1979. Abu Ein planted the explosives which killed the two - Boaz Lahav and David Lankri hy''d.

But he never served his life sentence over the callous murders - he was released in the Ahmed Jibril prisoner swap deal in 1985, just three years later.

Most recently he held a post leading the PA committee against "settlements," after previously being the PA Deputy Minister of Prisoners' Affairs, leading a ministry tasked with providing funds to Arab terrorists jailed in Israel to reward them for their crimes. That ministry's task was shifted to Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) control, with Abu Ein saying at the time in June that it was done so as to dupe foreign donors.


Boaz Lahav (16) and David Lankri (14) - murdered by PA Minister Ziad abu Ein in 1979.


Palestijnen weigerden hulp IDF aan stervende minister

The Desert Streams - Prophecy fulfilled!

Photo taken from Massada on our Israel trip 21th October 2014, view on Deadsea

Photo taken from Engedi on our Israel trip 21th October 2014.

Is the UN Fair to Israel?

Unbelievable - Israel at the Un