Sunday, April 30, 2017

Hotovely: I'm waiting for Trump to announce US Embassy move!!

Deputy Foreign Minister Hotovely says rumors Trump plans US Embassy move are probably just rumors - but she's still hopeful they're true.

In a Sunday interview with Arutz Sheva, Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely (Likud) spoke about US President Donald Trump's upcoming visit.

Trump is expected to visit Israel in approximately three weeks, and preparations for the visit are already underway.

"First of all, this visit is a huge celebration, even more than previous presidents' trips," Hotovely said. "On this trip, Israel is the president's first stop, and he's coming to greet us as the President of the US. It's almost unprecedented, and it shows Trump's enormous goodwill and his desire to be a true friend of Israel."

"We are happy to accept Trump's blessings, and we hope to hear the good news that he is moving the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem."

However, Hotovely also emphasized that the rumors Trump will move the Embassy are just that - rumors.

"It's a rumor," she said. "But we are very hopeful. I've said before that it would be a great present for Israel if Trump acknowledged Jerusalem as our capital. This year, we mark 50 years since the Six Day War. It's a very special year."

"I can tell you that we are hoping Trump will differ from previous US presidents in many areas. We're hoping he will rethink policies. We're hoping he will give us a change from what we've been through for eight years already, and not limit construction in Judea and Samaria. The US Ambassador to Israel said he plans to work out of Jerusalem. There's an amazing US Ambassador to the UN, and the US administration is sending us positive vibes. He seems to really love Israel.

"The rumors say that on June 1, Trump will need to actively do something to delay moving the US Embassy to Jerusalem, since US law dictates the Embassy must be in Jerusalem. According to this rumor, if Trump does not actively delay the move, the law will need to be implemented."We are not aware of all the little details... We have not yet reached the stage where we know which subjects will be discussed during the visit... As the visit approaches, the uncertainty will disappear.

"Only a visit to Judea and Samaria, and a thorough understanding of both sides, will ensure proper evaluation of the deep chasm between us and our Arab neighbors.

"In the Foreign Ministry, we are working hard to bring the Palestinian Authority's funding of terrorists and the salaries to terrorists' families into the public eye. This campaign has been well received internationally.

"Britain significantly lowered the amount of money they give to the PA even before we began our campaign, after we spoke to the relevant ministers. We told them they cannot continue to generously provide money to an organization which supports terror.

"Trump will need to deal with a reality in which one side is innocent and has been trying for 25 years to negotiate peace, and the other side's hands are dirtied with the blood of incitement and terror, and pays terrorists with money which comes to the PA directly. It's not exactly a side which can claim it wants peace. All these things will become clearer during Trump's visit.

"Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu used the term 'regional plan' and Trump also said we need to look at the wider picture, not just the Israelis and Palestinians. This is very important, because it's a large part of what is stagnating things.

"For years, everyone wanted to solve the Israeli-Arab conflict, but they ignored the larger problem which would remain even if the smaller conflict was dealt with. That larger issue is Iran, who is the regional terror creator. Iran funds Hezbollah, and the Syrian-Iranian pact. This situation is our main problem, and this is the main issue we need to talk about with the US. I have no doubt that in this case, Trump will be different than Obama.

"At the end of the day, we need to encourage a reality in which Israel is a sovereign entity controlling its own land, and in which Judea and Samaria are under Israeli sovereignty. All of these things need to be incorporated into a plan in which our neighbors can improve their lives - and not end up in a situation in which Judea and Samaria have become a second Gaza."

Friday, April 28, 2017

MAJOR PEACE PROCESS ALERT!!!!! Congressman: Trump likely to move embassy during Israel trip

Republican Congressman who headed Jerusalem fact-finding mission says President Trump poised to declare embassy move to Jerusalem.

President Donald Trump is likely to use his upcoming trip to Israel to announce the relocation of the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, a senior Republican official said Thursday.

On Wednesday it was reported that President Trump is planning a trip to Israel, his first ever to the Jewish state, and is in talks with Israeli officials regarding the trip.

Unconfirmed reports claim the date of May 22 is strongly being considered for the president’s visit. According to the report, the president will visit the Yad Vashem Holocaust museum during his two-day, one-night stay in Israel.

A separate report published Thursday morning by Yediot Ahronot claimed President Trump plans to recognize Jerusalem as the united capital of Israel, though no change in the location of the US Embassy will be forthcoming.

But a Republican Congressman who led a fact-finding mission for a possible embassy move claimed the president would likely use his visit to Israel to announce the relocation of the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to the Israeli capital.

Ron DeSantis (R-Florida), who has oversight on American embassies around the world as House Oversight National Security Subcommittee Chairman, said the timing of President Trump’s trip to Israel was no accident.

The visit, he noted, coincides with the annual Jerusalem Day holiday in Israel, commemorating the liberation of the Old City of Jerusalem from Jordanian occupation.

Jerusalem Day will be celebrated in the evening of May 23 and day of May 24 this year, while Trump’s visit would likely span May 22 and part of May 23.

The timing of Trump’s trip is also notable in that no previous president has ever visited Israel so early in their administration.

“What better time could there be to announce the relocation of the US Embassy to Jerusalem when you are over there celebrating with our Israeli friends this very important 50th anniversary of the liberation of Jerusalem,” DeSantis said.

“I think the announcement of that trip is a signal that it is more likely to happen than not, and will send a powerful signal to other countries around the world that America is back and will stand by our allies and will not let folks cower us into not doing the right thing.”

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Trump expected to visit Israel at time of 50th anniversary of reunification of Jerusalem

Trump expected to visit to Israel at time of 50th anniversary of reunification of Jerusalem

If President Trump visits Israel ahead of his May 25 trip to Belgium, it will be in time for the festivities surrounding the 50th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem.

By: Barney Breen-Portnoy, The Algemeiner and World Israel News

US President Donald Trump — joined by a number of other top officials in his administration — may visit the Jewish state as soon as next month.

According to reports, initial coordination talks regarding the trip have already begun and an American advance team is expected to arrive in Israel later this week.

Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely, speaking to Army Radio Wednesday, confirmed that the preparations were at the advanced stage, although nothing has been finalized.

“There’s a feeling that we have a real friend in the White House,” Hotovely said.

Trump, who will mark his 100th day in office on Saturday, is set to make his first presidential trip abroad to attend a May 25 NATO summit in Belgium and a May 26-27 G7 summit in Italy.

According to the Hebrew news site nrg, a stop in Israel could be tacked on to the front end of that travel itinerary. The nrg report noted that May 23 is Jerusalem Day, when Israel will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the reunification of its capital city during the 1967 Six-Day War.

A previous report published this past weekend in nrg said that Trump, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and UN Ambassador Nikki Haley all plan to visit Israel in the coming months.

Former President Barack Obama did not travel to Israel during his first four years in the White House, but did make two trips there during his second term — an official three-day state visit in March 2013 and a one-day journey last September for the funeral of late Israeli statesman Shimon Peres.

Preliminary plans underway for US President to visit Jewish State next month in first visit to Middle East since taking office.

A diplomatic source revealed Wednesday that contacts are being held between Jerusalem and the White House to coordinate the first visit of President Donald Trump to Israel.

The visit is scheduled for the end of next month. The source stressed that these are only preliminary contacts and that nothing has been closed.

An American delegation is expected to arrive in Israel soon to coordinate the visit. Former President Barack Obama did not visit Israel on his first visit to the region.

Yesterday President Trump spoke warmly about the Jewish people and the State of Israel at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum's annual Days of Remembrance event. Trump said at the eventthat he "will always stand with our great friend and partner, the State of Israel "

"And we’ll never be silent — we just won’t — we will never, ever be silent in the face of evil again.," the American president stressed, saying that the scale of the loss was incomprehensible. "The Nazis massacred six million Jews. Two out of every three Jews in Europe were murdered in the genocide. Millions more innocent people were imprisoned and executed by the Nazis without mercy, without even a sign of mercy."


US President Donald Trump is considering a visit to Israel in the near future, a senior White House official confirmed to The Jerusalem Post on Wednesday.

"We are exploring the possibility of a future visit to Israel as well as other countries," the official said, after Israeli government officials first leaked news of a potential visit to local press.

A delegation of American officials will reportedly travel to Israel on Thursday to prepare for the visit, slated for late May or early June. That would place the president in Israel around the time the country's commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Six Day War.

It will also precede a critical deadline for the Trump administration: The June 1 expiration of a rolling waiver on a congressional mandate to move the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

A State Department spokesman said on Wednesday it is aware of the deadline and declined to comment on whether Trump would renew the waiver, which has been extended each year since 1995. Trump campaigned on a promise to move the embassy, but has held back since taking office, fearing it would hurt his chances of renewing negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians.

Trump’s envoy Jason Greenblatt has already visited the region to hold talks with Israelis and Palestinians, and US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Defense Secretary James Mattis visited Israel this month. The president's daughter and son-in-law, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, are likely to join Trump should he visit in the coming weeks.

Already in February, Trump hosted Netanyahu at the White House, followed by meetings there with King Abdullah of Jordan and Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi. Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas is to meet with Trump at the White House on May 3. A Palestinian delegation was in Washington this week to prepare for the trip.

A Trump visit to Israel so early in his presidency would be yet another step that would endear him to the country.

"Since Trump entered the White House, we feel that we have a true friend there," Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely told Army Radio earlier in the day. "When he arrives, we will happily welcome him."

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Israeli independence Day in Daniel 483 Bible Code!!!!! 69 & 70 Years of Daniel Explained to Perfection!!!!!

God Has Finally Confirmed!!!! Disaster IS Coming VERY Soon!!!

Follow along Notes to know when viewing this AWESOME CONFIRMATION
Message from Father GOD:

The Lord gave Lyn Leahz a Word from Jeremiah chapter 4 just the other day and she was checking out a New Bible application for her phone and she was viewing the book of John. She was not familiar with this new Bible app.  She touched a button or icon that looked like a volumn control button and all of a sudden the app scrolled down to Jeremiah chapter 4 beginning with verse 3. 

Jeremiah 4:3 NKJV  
For thus says the Lord to the men of Judah and Jerusalem:

“Break up your fallow ground,
And do not sow among thorns.
4 Circumcise yourselves to the Lord,
And take away the foreskins of your hearts,
You men of Judah and inhabitants of Jerusalem,
Lest My fury come forth like fire,
And burn so that no one can quench it,
Because of the evil of your doings.”
An Imminent Invasion
5 Declare in Judah and proclaim in Jerusalem, and say:

“Blow the trumpet in the land;
Cry, ‘Gather together,’
And say, ‘Assemble yourselves,
And let us go into the fortified cities.’
6 Set up the standard toward Zion.
Take refuge! Do not delay!
For I will bring disaster from the north,
And great destruction.”
7 The lion has come up from his thicket,
And the destroyer of nations is on his way.
He has gone forth from his place
To make your land desolate.
Your cities will be laid waste,
Without inhabitant.
8 For this, clothe yourself with sackcloth,
Lament and wail.
For the fierce anger of the Lord
Has not turned back from us.
9 “And it shall come to pass in that day,” says the Lord,
“That the heart of the king shall perish,
And the heart of the princes;
The priests shall be astonished,
And the prophets shall wonder.”
10 Then I said, “Ah, Lord God!
Surely You have greatly deceived this people and Jerusalem,
Saying, ‘You shall have peace,’
Whereas the sword reaches to the heart.”
11 At that time it will be said
To this people and to Jerusalem,
“A dry wind of the desolate heights blows in the wilderness
Toward the daughter of My people—
Not to fan or to cleanse—
12 A wind too strong for these will come for Me;
Now I will also speak judgment against them.”
13 “Behold, he shall come up like clouds,
And his chariots like a whirlwind.
His horses are swifter than eagles.
Woe to us, for we are plundered!”
14 O Jerusalem, wash your heart from wickedness,
That you may be saved.
How long shall your evil thoughts lodge within you?
15 For a voice declares from Dan
And proclaims affliction from Mount Ephraim:
16 “Make mention to the nations,
Yes, proclaim against Jerusalem,
That watchers come from a far country
And raise their voice against the cities of Judah.
17 Like keepers of a field they are against her all around,
Because she has been rebellious against Me,” says the Lord.
18 “Your ways and your doings
Have procured these things for you.
This is your wickedness,
Because it is bitter,
Because it reaches to your heart.”
Sorrow for the Doomed Nation
19 O my soul, my soul!
I am pained in my very heart!
My heart makes a noise in me;
I cannot hold my peace,
Because you have heard, O my soul,
The sound of the trumpet,
The alarm of war.
20 Destruction upon destruction is cried,
For the whole land is plundered.
Suddenly my tents are plundered,
And my curtains in a moment.
21 How long will I see the standard,
And hear the sound of the trumpet?
22 “For My people are foolish,
They have not known Me.
They are silly children,
And they have no understanding.
They are wise to do evil,
But to do good they have no knowledge.”
23 I beheld the earth, and indeed it was without form, and void;
And the heavens, they had no light.
24 I beheld the mountains, and indeed they trembled,
And all the hills moved back and forth.
25 I beheld, and indeed there was no man,
And all the birds of the heavens had fled.
26 I beheld, and indeed the fruitful land was a wilderness,
And all its cities were broken down
At the presence of the Lord,
By His fierce anger.
27 For thus says the Lord:

“The whole land shall be desolate;
Yet I will not make a full end.
28 For this shall the earth mourn,
And the heavens above be black,
Because I have spoken.
I have purposed and will not relent,
Nor will I turn back from it.
29 The whole city shall flee from the noise of the horsemen and bowmen.
They shall go into thickets and climb up on the rocks.
Every city shall be forsaken,
And not a man shall dwell in it.
30 “And when you are plundered,
What will you do?
Though you clothe yourself with crimson,
Though you adorn yourself with ornaments of gold,
Though you enlarge your eyes with paint,
In vain you will make yourself fair;
Your lovers will despise you;
They will seek your life.
31 “For I have heard a voice as of a woman in labor,
The anguish as of her who brings forth her first child,
The voice of the daughter of Zion bewailing herself;
She spreads her hands, saying,
‘Woe is me now, for my soul is weary
Because of murderers!’

Friday, April 21, 2017

April Monthly Meeting at UN UPDATE: Nikki Haley urges UN to shift its criticism from Israel to Iran

UNITED NATIONS — It’s high time the United Nations Security Council set its sights on Iran, rather than Israel, United States Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley said Thursday during the Security Council’s monthly meeting on “the Situation in the Middle East, including the Palestinian question.”

“Every month the Security Council convenes a meeting on the Middle East. We have lots of meetings on specific countries and conflicts in this region but this debate is our opportunity to talk about the Middle East as a whole. Regrettably, these monthly meetings routinely turn into Israel-bashing sessions. That’s the way the Security Council has operated for years. It’s a formula that is absurdly biased against one country. It’s a formula that is painfully narrow in its description of the conflicts in the region,” said Haley, who is this month’s president of the Security Council.

In her remarks before the 15-member council, Haley condemned Iran, which she said is responsible for regional tumult, from meddling in Yemen and Syria, to its support of Hezbollah.

“Iran is using Hezbollah to expand its regional aspirations. That is a threat that should be dominating our discussions at the Security Council,” she said.

Since Haley assumed her post in January with the promise that there “is a new sheriff in town,” she has repeatedly chastised the UN for what she says is its Israel obsession and anti-Israel bias.

Israel’s Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon, who also addressed the meeting, welcomed Haley’s efforts to redirect the council’s attention. Like Haley, Danon spoke out against what he said was increased Iranian aggression in the region.

“Where there is terror, where there is death, there is Iran. Teheran is an accomplice in the atrocities taking place every single day in Syria. The Iranian proxy Hezbollah places its weapons in homes, mosques and hospitals in Lebanon, and in Gaza, Hamas has spent millions of Iranian dollars on rockets, guns and digging terror tunnels,” he said.

Moreover, Danon told the council, Iran not only threatens the region through proxies, it threatens the region directly with its continued ballistic missile tests, “which are in direct defiance this Council…The Iranians have not hidden their intentions. Just two days ago they wrote on one of their missiles: ‘Death to Israel.’”

Perhaps in a sign that Haley’s suggestion is being heeded, Nickolay Mladenov, the UN’s special coordinator for the Middle East peace process, expanded the scope of his remarks beyond the Palestinian-Israeli conflict to include Syria, the millions of displaced, Hezbollah and the Islamic State group.

“Today a perfect storm has engulfed the Middle East and continues to threaten international peace and security. Millions have been displaced in the biggest refugee crisis since the Second World War. In many countries, societies have fractured along ethnic or religious lines. Non-state actors have taken control of territory, and terror attacks have spread indiscriminately striking civilians of all origin and confession,” Mladenov said.

The Palestinian Permanent Observer to the UN Riyad Mansour said “the Palestinian-Israel conflict is about the denial of a people’s unalienable right to freedom. It is not a conflict arising out of incitement for terror.”

The Ukrainian ambassador, Volodymyr Yelchenko, made brief remarks about the Palestinians and Israel, repeating Haley’s assertion that peace would only be achieved through direct negotiations, before going on to discuss IS and Syria.

Haley’s effort to redirect the council’s gaze faces the opposition of many council members — including France, Russia and Sweden — which ignored her rebuke and spent the majority of their floor time speaking about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Additionally, any resolution against Iran would likely not pass as Russia, which is closely aligned with Iran, is one of five permanent members that hold veto power in the Security Council.

4-21-2017: At UN debate, Arab states heed Haley’s plea to focus on Iran

Arab states agree to US request to focus more time on Iranian threat, less on Israel and the Israeli-Arab conflict.

JTA - A number of Arab states heeded the plea by Nikki Haley, the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, to focus more in a Middle East debate on the threat posed by Iran than on the Israeli-Arab conflict.

Haley, this month the president by rotation of the U.N. Security Council, convened a council session on the Middle East.

“How one chooses to spend one’s time is an indication of one’s priorities,” she said in her opening remarks.

“The same is true for the United Nations Security Council,” she said. “The Israel-Palestinian issue is an important one, deserving of attention. But that is one issue that surely has no lack of attention around here. The incredibly destructive nature of Iranian and Hezbollah activities throughout the Middle East demands much more of our attention. It should become this Council’s priority in the region.”

All U.N. member states — not just the 15 on the council — were invited to deliver short addresses on the Middle East.

The plea appeared to resonate with a number of states joining the debate, including the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, as well as European states and some in Africa, including Ethiopia.

These states did not ignore the Israeli-Arab issue, and were often critical of Israel, but the greater part of their addresses looked to the threat posed by Iran and its allies in the region, with a special focus on Syria, where a sarin gas attack killed 89 civilians earlier this month. Western states have blamed the Assad regime, allied with Iran, for the attack.

The UAE envoy, for instance, said that Iran’s involvement in other regional conflicts posed “an existential threat to the Middle East.”

Other nations, including leftist governments in South America like Venezuela, as well as South Africa, focused more on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The South African envoy said the Security Council “should not stray away from the core issue” when discussing the region.

Haley has repeatedly said the United States will no longer tolerate anti-Israel bias at the body, a key difference between the Trump administration and its predecessor, the Obama administration, which sought to tamp down anti-Israel bias through quiet diplomacy.

Haley was behind successful efforts earlier this year to get the U.N. Secretary General, António Guterres, to withdraw a report by a U.N. affiliate that was heavily biased against Israel, comparing it to apartheid-ridden South Africa.

Thursday, April 20, 2017

TimesofIsrael: Hosting Abbas on May 3, Trump seeks ‘conflict-ending’ deal

Hosting Abbas on May 3, Trump seeks ‘conflict-ending’ deal: White House: President and Palestinian leader will look to reaffirm commitment to ultimately reaching a peace accord

WASHINGTON — US President Donald Trump will host Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas at the White House on May 3 for talks on efforts to revive the Middle East peace process, the White House said Wednesday.

“They will use the visit to reaffirm the commitment of both the United States and Palestinian leadership to pursuing and ultimately concluding a conflict-ending settlement between the Palestinians and Israel,” White House press secretary Sean Spicer said.

Trump spoke to Abbas for the first time over the phone in March and invited him to the White House.

Abbas later told US special peace envoy Jason Greenblatt that he believed a “historic” peace deal with Israel was possible with Trump in office.

Greenblatt told Arab foreign ministers in late March that Trump was committed to reaching a peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians that would “reverberate” throughout the Middle East and the world.

Greenblatt has made two trips to the region since Trump assumed the presidency in January in an effort to jumpstart the long-dormant peace negotiations.

During those visits, he met with multiple stakeholders in the conflict, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Abbas. Trump hosted Netanyahu at the White House in February.


Ahead of the PA president's meeting with US President Donald Trump, Abbas said that he was open to a meeting with Netanyahu but that a lack of a complete settlement freeze was still a deal-breaker.

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday made several significant statements in favor of a dialogue with Israel and a hastening of the peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians in an official interview with Japanese newspaper Ashai Shimbun. 

"I am ready to meet the prime minister of Israel any time in Washington under the patronage of President Trump," Abbas declared.

Looking ahead to his meeting with Trump in Washington, which is slated to take place on May 3, the PA president said that the purpose of the summit with the US president was "to continue our discussion on how to conclude a peace deal with the help of the US." 

In a remark that could very well be interpreted as a jab at the former US administration and former US president Barack Obama, Abbas went on to say that "We are glad that now the US administration listens about us from us, and not from third parties... President Trump knows that we are committed to a Middle East that lives in peace, justice and dignity, based on [a] two-state solution, international legitimacy and Arab peace initiative." 

However, Abbas also touched on topics that have previously impeded diplomatic efforts to bring an end to the conflict and reconcile between the Jewish state and the Palestinians. When asked how he would react if Trump makes good on his campaign pledge to move the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, and how such a move would impact the Palestinian territories and the region, Abbas said: "We have been clear that we don't want this to happen. We told the US administration that and they know our position. They also know the regional position on that matter."

"If your question is if we have a plan, the answer is yes," Abbas continued firmly. "But we hope that we don't get to implement it. And we believe that the US administration is not going to take such an illegal, dangerous and destructive measure like that," he added.  

Abbas then went on to address another subject that has been one of the main sources of the ongoing dispute between Israelis and Palestinians. When asked about his stance regarding the current Israeli settlement policy, the Palestinian Authority president was adamant in his reply. "It's not about the 'current' settlement policy. It is about a whole colonial-settlement regime aimed at imposing an apartheid regime in all of Palestine."

Responding to a question regarding the possibility that Trump may act to help stall the expansion of Israel's settlement enterprise, he said: "It is not about 'restraining' settlement construction. They are a war crime under international law... No, this has to stop." 

Reiterating his position on the matter, Abbas continued, suggesting that only a settlement freeze would benefit the peace process. "To 'restrain' settlements will not stop Israel from uprooting our trees, taking over our land and water, or providing impunity for settlers and Israeli forces to attack our defenseless people."

Seeing as Abbas's meeting with Trump is a mere few weeks away, it seems that the declarations he made on Wednesday can easily be viewed as part of the overall agenda the PA president will attempt to promote when the two leaders convene. Trump extended the invitation to Abbas when the two had their first phone conversation in March. At the time, senior PA official Ahmed Majdalani told The Jerusalem Post that he was "optimistic" about the upcoming meeting and that Palestinian officials shared a hope "to agree on the fundamentals to revive the peace process." 

The Palestinian leadership's reluctance to forge ahead with peace talks without seeing Israel freeze its settlement construction entirely was expressed as explicitly as ever in Abbas's interview. Similar resistance was sounded by Abbas's adviser for international affairs, Nabil Sha'ath. "The leadership's position is clear: There will be no return to the negotiations' table until there is a complete settlement freeze in the Palestinian territories which were occupied in 1967," Sh'ath said on April 5. 

Speaking to the Post, Sh'ath also said that while Trump's reaction was unpredictable, the Palestinian administration was not willing to come to an agreement if its conditions will not be met. "I do not know what he [Trump] will do, but we will not concede our requirements for renewing negotiations," he said. 

"We will not sit and talk for the sake of sitting and talking. We want negotiations that have a real chance of achieving a deal."

Abbas: Willing to meet Netanyahu in Washington

PA chairman tells Japanese newspaper he's willing to meet Prime Minister Netanyahu under Trump patronage.

Palestinian Authority (PA) chairman Mahmoud Abbas said on Wednesday that he was willing to meet Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu in Washington.

“I am ready to meet the Prime Minister of Israel any time in Washington under the patronage of President Trump. Will send our delegation to the U.S. to prepare for my visit there,” Abbas told the Japanese Asahi Shimbun newspaper in an interview.

The interview was published shortly after the White House announced that Trump and Abbas would meet in Washington on May 3.

“They will use the visit to reaffirm the commitment of both the United States and the Palestinian leadership to pursuing and ultimately concluding a conflict-ending settlement between the Palestinians and Israel,” White House spokesman Sean Spicer told reporters on Wednesday.

The meeting between Abbas and Trump was first discussed during a telephone conversation they held last month.

Following that conversation, Abbas praised Trump and said he brings “hope” for peace, even though PA officials had previously criticized Trump for his failure to stop Israeli construction in Judea and Samaria.

“We are glad that now the U.S. administration listens about us from us, and not from third parties. President Trump knows that we are committed to a Middle East that lives in peace, justice, and dignity, based on a two-state solution, international legitimacy and [the] Arab peace initiative. And he knows that we are partners in combating terrorism in our region and worldwide,” Abbas told the Japanese newspaper on Wednesday.

Abbas has in the past rejected calls by Netanyahu to sit down for direct negotiations, choosing instead to impose preconditions on such talks.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

WARNING!! FOR ALL WATCHERS: Most Wicked Demonic Prince Has Arrived! Spotted In Washington D.C., Name...

This proves that Nergal, a demonic entity mentioned in the Bible, IS in FACT influencing
ALL Presidents of the USA, including Obama, and Donald Trump. Nergal IS a demonic
entity influencing Donald Trump... Yeshua HaMashiach IS coming back and Donald Trump
is NOT to be glorified ~ Yeshua is the only WAY the only TRUTH and the ONLY LIFE!!!
Donald Trump is just another Illuminati influenced politician who takes orders
from demons that rule over the Oval Office and the entire administration within it!!!!!

The Nergal Mentioned in the Bible - Wikipedia

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Signs In The Heavens 2017 | Scott Clarke - Hear the Watchmen Interview

This video is 31 minutes and 42 seconds long and 3142 means testimony according to Strong's Greek Concordance!! Testimony in this interpretation is mentioned in 2 Thessalonians 1:10 which states: When he shall come to be glorified in his saints, and to be admired in all them that believe (because our testimony among you was believed) in that day.

Saturday, April 15, 2017

2017 & 2024 Solar Eclipses Crossing America out!! Titus 2:13 is the 6,777th verse in the NT!! New Prophecy!

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Police Officer's Near Death Experience:

There is a hidden message in this prophecy concerning Titus 2:13 officer Breeden received in his Prophetic dream from the Lord. In his dream he found a football on the 2 line in a football stadium and on the score board he saw the numbers of 2:13 the Holy Spirit later confirmed as Titus 2:13 to him.

Father YHWH stated Titus 2:13 (from Matthew 1:1) is the 6,777th verse in the New Testament... This alludes to 6 (symbolizing earth) and 777 (symbolizing completion) as Lamech died at 777 years of age 5 years before the flood. So completion is right around the corner on THIS earth about to be cleansed with fire!! Isn't YHWH amazing?

Now get this, from Genesis 1:1 to Titus 2:13, this would place Titus 2:13 as the 29,922nd verse in the entire Bible KJV version.
29 stands for departure (in Hebrew) and 9:22 in the 29,922 stands for Judges 9:22 and Judges 9:22 is the 6,777th verse in the OLD TESTAMENT!!  We have a double confirmation that Completion is right around the corner on this earth!!!

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August 27, 1897 (When the 1st Zionist Congress was formed) is 29th of Av of 5657.
August 21, 2017 is the 29th of  Av of 5777 when the solar eclipse occurs crossing
America out from Oregon in the North West, across the USA and exiting South Carolina
in the south east.

5777 - 5657 = 120

I believe we are about to go home.

Blessings, Andrea

Friday, April 14, 2017

Solar Eclipse across U.S. called 'a sign from God'!!!!!!!

Solar eclipse across U.S. called 'a sign from God"  There is a very good article on the World Net Daily website (} about the coming total solar eclipse crossing the US on 21 August 2017, in particular that it is a sign from God of judgment.  This is very muchworth perusing and highlights the broader interest in this eclipse, still four months away!!!!  The direct link to the article is below.

Maranatha!!  Denis Hart ~ Writer & Author of

~Thank you Denis!!

Part II: Most Intense Warning From God Yet! Be Prayerful, This One Is Downright A...

Part II From Brother-in-Christ Marty Breeden: Interview with Sister-in-Christ Lyn Leahz

God Reveals Frightening Things That Are Coming Soon!

Sister in Christ Lyn Leahz says "This world is not what it used to be, and it has become literal hell and all hell is breaking loose." Lyn is right, wickedness is all around us as mentioned in Ephesians 6!! Yeshua is coming back soon!!! Maranatha!!

At least 36 ISIS terrorists dead in massive US bombing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Massive MOAB bomb attack against ISIS tunnel network in Afghanistan kills dozens of terrorists, Afghan military reports.

A massive US airstrike against ISIS terror tunnels in Afghanistan Thursday evening killed at least 36 terrorists, the Afghan military announced Friday morning.

The attack included the first ever use of the GBU-43/B Massive Ordinance Air Blast (MOAB) bomb, or “Mother Of All Bombs”, the largest conventional bomb ever built.

The 21,600 pound bomb was dropped by an MC-130 aircraft on a massive ISIS tunnel network in the Nangarhar province of Afghanistan used for smuggling weapons and fighters.

President Trump touted the bombing in a press briefing Thursday evening, saying it exemplified the differences between his administration and its predecessor.

“If you look at what’s happened over the last eight weeks and compare that really to what’s happened over the last eight years, you’ll see that there’s a tremendous difference.”

The bombing comes a week after a US special operations soldier was killed by ISIS terrorists in the same district targeted in Thursday’s bombing, Achin, near the Pakistani border.

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Donald Trump Approves MOAB Bomb Strike in Afghanistan & WILL approve more strikes soon...

I highly recommend ALL WATCHERS read this - Bible Prophecy is unfolding at Warp speed!!

U.S. Drops ‘Mother of All Bombs’ on ISIS Caves in Afghanistan

WASHINGTON — The United States dropped the “mother of all bombs” — the most powerful conventional bomb in the American arsenal — on an Islamic State cave complex in Afghanistan on Thursday, the Pentagon said, unleashing a weapon so massive that it had to be dropped from the rear of a cargo plane.

The strike was the first combat use of what is formally named the GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast. President Trump has bestowed additional authority on the Pentagon in his first months in office, which the military has argued will help it defeat the Islamic State more speedily. Mr. Trump did not say whether he had personally approved Thursday’s mission.

“What I do is I authorize my military,” Mr. Trump said after a meeting with emergency workers at the White House. He called the bombing “another very, very successful mission.”

The Pentagon gave no casualty totals for the bombing, part of an intense air campaign against the militant group in Afghanistan. But in a separate announcement, the Pentagon said that an airstrike in Syria by the American-led coalition fighting the Islamic State there had killed 18 Syrian fighters allied with the United States, raising concerns about whether the White House is applying any rigor to the process of approving airstrikes in hot spots from Afghanistan to Syria.

The Syria strike — on Tuesday near the town of Tabqah, which Syrian fighters and American advisers are trying to capture — was the third American-led airstrike in a month that may have killed civilians or allies. Earlier bombing runs killed or wounded scores of civilians in a mosque complex in Syria and in a building in the west of Mosul, Iraq.

“We have the greatest military in the world,” Mr. Trump said. “We have given them total authorization, and that’s what they’re doing, and frankly, that’s why they’ve been so successful lately.”

American commanders in Iraq and Syria have been given more authority to call in strikes, a loosening of the reins that began in the last month of the Obama administration. But some national security experts said that Mr. Trump and the Pentagon risked inflaming anti-American sentiment in the Muslim world with their approach to fighting the Islamic State.

The number of civilian casualties reported in American-led strikes in Iraq and Syria has increased since Mr. Trump took office, and March was the deadliest month for civilians ever recorded by Airwars, a group that tracks bombings. Reports of civilian casualties in Iraq and Syria jumped to 3,471 from 1,782 the month before, the group said.

American officials have attributed the rising number of strikes and the increased danger to civilians to the fact that the fight is moving to the densely populated urban battlefields of Mosul and Raqqa, the Islamic State’s self-proclaimed capital in Syria. They say they try to avoid civilian casualties, while the militants deliberately kill anyone who stands in their way.

In addition to the greater leeway granted to commanders in Iraq and Syria, Mr. Trump has relaxed some of the rules for preventing civilian casualties when the military carries out counterterrorism strikes in Somalia and Yemen.

“Trump has ceded responsibilities to his military commanders, and it appears he’s paying little attention to operational details,” said Derek Chollet, who was the assistant secretary of defense for international affairs in the Obama administration.

“Here’s the question,” Mr. Chollet added. “Trump takes great pride in his authorizing the military when things go well, but one wonders if he’ll have the same sense of shared accountability when things go wrong, as they inevitably do.”

Thursday’s strike in Afghanistan — using a 20,000-pound bomb that cost $16 million, and more than $300 million to develop — hit a tunnel complex in the Achin district of Nangarhar Province, according to a statement from the United States military in Afghanistan. The statement did not say how many militants were killed, or whether the bombing caused any civilian casualties.

The weapon is so big that, while the cargo plane is in the air, the bomb rolls out of the rear on a pallet, pulled by a drogue parachute. It is designed to destroy tunnels and other underground facilities, and its blast radius is estimated to stretch a mile in every direction.

The strike against tunnels and caves reflects the ever-changing nature of the war in Afghanistan, now in its 15th year.

During the years of intense fighting in Afghanistan, the United States dropped a handful of similar bombs to destroy caves believed to be used by the Taliban and Al Qaeda, as well as to frighten troops dug into trenches who were not immediately killed. The military offered a similar rationale on Thursday for using the bomb — a successor to the “daisy cutter,” a heavy bomb designed for the instant clearing of large sections of jungle in Vietnam.

Islamic State fighters in Afghanistan “are using I.E.D.s, bunkers and tunnels to thicken their defense,” said Gen. John W. Nicholson Jr., the United States commander there, referring to improvised explosive devices. “This is the right munition to reduce these obstacles and maintain the momentum of our offensive.”

Afghan security officials said their ground forces had advanced on the Tangi Asadkhel area of Achin but met firm resistance from Islamic State militants who were launching attacks from six mountainside tunnels. The Afghan forces retreated and asked for airstrikes.

“The ground forces could not do it, so the Americans bombed the area,” said Gen. Dawlat Waziri, a spokesman for the Afghan Ministry of Defense.

The GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast bomb is the largest conventional bomb in the American arsenal. A Thursday strike in Afghanistan was the first combat use of the bomb. Credit Eglin Air Force Base, via Associated Press
The Afghan government was kept “in the loop” about the bombing, said Shahhussain Murtazawi, a spokesman for the president.

While the damage from the bombing, which occurred at night in a remote area, was unclear, the strike quickly brought backlash. Hamid Karzai, Afghanistan’s former president, was among those who condemned it.

“This is not the war on terror but the inhuman and most brutal misuse of our country as testing ground for new and dangerous weapons,” Mr. Karzai wrote on Twitter. “It is upon us, Afghans, to stop the USA.”

Jon B. Alterman, director of the Middle East Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, said the Pentagon was being given leeway to carry out strategy without being told what, exactly, the overarching strategy is. “What they haven’t been given is a lot of strategic guidance to work with,” he said. “They can affect things, but without a guiding strategy, it’s hard to be sure you’re having the desired effect.”

Tuesday’s strike in Syria was requested by coalition allies on the ground near Tabqah, according to the United States Central Command, which oversees combat operations in the Middle East. The fighters had “identified the target location as an ISIS fighting position,” it said in a statement, using another name for the Islamic State.

The military said the target location turned out to be a “fighting position” for the Syrian Democratic Forces, who have been fighting the Islamic State alongside the United States.

“The coalition’s deepest condolences go out to the members of the S.D.F. and their families,” Central Command said in the statement, calling the episode “tragic.” Military officials said the cause was being investigated.

But the increased casualties in Syria “cannot be explained away simply by the increased tempo of the war,” said Chris Woods, director of Airwars.

He noted that the number of airstrikes and targets hit actually fell slightly in March, but said his group’s research indicated that civilian deaths had risen sixfold in Syria, with more than 350 killed last month alone.

“This indicates to us a possible loosening of U.S. battlefield rules,” he said, “which is placing civilians at greater risk of harm.”


Video Transcript:

The Wind whispers the Truth. Are you listening? The signs are all around you. Are your eyes not opened? What I speak is the Eternal Truth. It has been foretold from the beginning. You shall stand in front of Me and I will be in all My Majesty. Are you ready for My Judgment? Time beacons for My Command. For it has waited patiently for its time in the sun. Events shall begin Suddenly. For where there is Order, there shall be Chaos. Where there is Peace, there shall be War. Soon a dearth shall cover the land. A cry for injustice has reached My Ears. Pray fervently that you shall be found worthy. Have you held your neighbor? Have you given instead of taken? Now is the time to listen instead of speaking, praying instead of talking. This is the Season of Change. Will your house be found in order?

Monday, April 10, 2017

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This is astonishing!! 33 days after the August Solar Eclipse that puts a mark through the entire United States of America, the Revelation 12 Sign occurs!!

Leviticus 12 King James Version (KJV)

And the Lord spake unto Moses, saying,

2 Speak unto the children of Israel, saying, If a woman have conceived seed, and born a man child: then she shall be unclean seven days; according to the days of the separation for her infirmity shall she be unclean.

3 And in the eighth day the flesh of his foreskin shall be circumcised.

4 And she shall then continue in the blood of her purifying three and thirty days; she shall touch no hallowed thing, nor come into the sanctuary, until the days of her purifying be fulfilled.

We fly soon!!! Maranatha!!!


By Dr. David R. Reagan in the KJV Prophecy Study Bible

I have found four reasons for the apathy and indifference that characterize the Christian community concerning the return of Yeshua: unbelief, ignorance, fear, and carnality. 

Unbelief -- Regarding unbelief, many professing Christians simply do not believe that Yeshua will ever return. Most of these are people with a liberal view of Scripture. They have spiritualized away the meaning of the Second Coming, just as they have spiritualized the virgin birth and the miracles. To them, the Second Coming is nothing more than a fairy tale. In 2nd Peter 3:3-4 we are told that the end times will be characterized by scoffers who will mock the Lord's promise to return. The tragedy is that many of these are people who profess to be Christians. 

Ignorance -- I think most of the Christians who are apathetic about the Lord's return are just ignorant about WHAT will happen when He comes back. As a result, they cannot get excited about AN EVENT they know nothing about. (The Revelation 12 sign September 2017!!!!)  I was in this category for thirty years. Although I attended church faithfully, my church ignored the teaching and preaching of God's Prophetic Word. I didn't have the foggiest idea about WHAT would happen when the Lord came back, and the result was apathy about His return. But when I began studying Bible Prophecy and learned what is in store for believers when the Lord returns, I started jumping pews and shouting "Maranatha!!!!!" I have never been apathetic since that time. 

Fear -- The apathy of some Christians is due to the fact that they fear the Lord's return. Because of that fear, they try to repress the thought that He might break from the Heavens at any moment. They fear He might return on one of their "bad" days or when they have an "unconfessed sin" on their conscience. These people are caught up in works salvation. They do not understand that they are saved by grace and that "there is no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus." (Romans 8:1). 

Carnality -- Finally, there are many carnal Christians who cannot get excited about the coming of the Lord because they are in love with the world. They are walking with one foot in the church and one foot in the country club. They want the Lord to come, but they want Him to come when they are 80 years old adn have experienced all that this world has to offer. In other words, they want Him to come, but they don't want Him to mess up their lives. 

The Lord could have opened me to any page in my KJV Prophecy Study Bible to confirm Scottie's Prophecy Update, and Yeshua opened me to this page written by Dr. David R. Reagan!! This is a confirmation from the Lord!! Maranatha!!

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Saturday, April 8, 2017


The justice minister and Bayit Yehudi star-MK said that the connection was strong even under the Obama administration, despite disagreements over the Palestinian issue.

The US-Israel alliance and support from the Trump administration is strong, but the president is wasting time chasing a peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians, Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked told The Jerusalem Post in a recent interview.

Trump “should not waste time trying to get the ultimate peace deal done – it won’t happen,” Shaked said.

“There is very strong connection between us and the US. We are allies with common values and a true partnership, no matter who sits in the White House and on Balfour Street [in the Prime Minister’s Residence], whether with Democrats or Republicans,” said Shaked.

The justice minister and Bayit Yehudi star-MK said that the connection was strong even under the Obama administration, despite disagreements over the Palestinian issue.

However, she said Trump’s election had been a “historic chance to change the rules of the game, and not merely to impact the tactical situation.

Trump was ready for this,” asserting that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had “missed a historic chance to change everything and get rid of a Palestinian state” forming along Route 6 in Judea and Samaria.

Instead, so far it appears that the Trump-Netanyahu negotiations over settlement building have mostly excluded building outside of the settlement blocs – a position anathema to Bayit Yehudi.

Like Netanyahu, Shaked, who will speak at The Jerusalem Post Conference in New York on May 7, and others on the Right like to discuss moderate Arab Sunni states joining an alliance with Israel as a different path to peace rather than negotiations with the Palestinians.

But pressed on how this would work when all of these states still demand a two-state solution, Shaked hinted that the Sunni states may be saying something else behind closed doors, in light of their common interests with Israel economically as well as in opposing Iran.

She has also made waves recently, for the first time announcing she would someday run for prime minister and with flattering surveys showing that she could win more Knesset seats heading Bayit Yehudi than Naftali Bennett (though she has made it clear she would never run to oust him).

How did a secular woman become so popular among a religious public where men are much stronger in the public sphere? “They are completely ready for a secular woman because of how active and effective I am...

We [she and Bennett] did big things for the religious Zionist community... which no one has done... No one has been as conservative and right-wing as me” as justice minister, she said.

Would she ever leave Bayit Yehudi for the Likud to give her a better chance to become prime minister? She said she is not interested and “loves the party” of Bayit Yehudi.

Asked if she loves some of the more criticized and sensational comments by her fellow Bayit Yehudi lawmakers Bezalel Smotrich and Moti Yogev, she responded, “I don’t love everything they say, but they are mostly good MKs.”

Moving on, the discussion turned to what she recently called her “historic” victory in appointing more conservative justices to the Supreme Court.

How did Shaked achieve this victory? Shaked was pressed as to whether her threat to Supreme Court President Miriam Naor to change the law about appointing judges, so that she and the political wing of the Judicial Selection Committee could pick new justices without the current justices’ votes, got Naor to move in her direction.

Faintly smiling (and possibly flattered), Shaked said, “So you say.” However, while Shaked did not want to outright admit she had successfully pressured Naor into folding, she did add, “The law about appointing judges is not sacred. I was ready to change it. And still I think maybe I will change it.”

Aside from freeing her from having to compromise with the current justices, Shaked was asked why she would change the law.

She said, “It [the current arrangement] has good aspects regarding achieving consensus” among the different factions within the country, since all factions can block an appointment, but “sometimes we don’t pick the best candidate and pick the second best” to avoid disagreement.

Shaked bemoaned that her top pick for the court, Bar-Ilan University Prof. Gideon Sapir, was kept off the court due to fierce opposition by the current justices to his outspoken conservatism.

She was asked specifically about justice-appointee Yael Willner. In the past, Willner was opposed by the Right because she was perceived as an activist, having clerked for former Supreme Court president Dorit Beinisch.

But in this round, Willner was one of Shaked’s picks from the Right, and the Left pushed back against her, saying she might be too conservative because of her Orthodox religious beliefs.

The justice minister rejected the characterizations and said Willner was totally accepted by the Right and was picked because she is highly qualified.

While Shaked resisted “tagging” any of the justices politically, she did agree that all of the justices and judicial candidates “have a worldview. Law isn’t exact math. A judge’s worldview comes through. It is not all black and white. There is a lot of gray” in how judges make their decisions.

She said that three independent staffs had reviewed decisions and articles written by all of the candidates to allow a better feel for each candidate.

Yet even after her victory in this round of appointments, it will only be when two more justices retire in 2018 (having reached the mandatory retirement age of 70) that Shaked might be able to change the majority on the Supreme Court from activist to conservative.

Asked if she is gearing up for that battle, she was not excited to be perceived as pressuring the current justices before any negotiations on appointing their successors have taken place. She did volunteer, however, that “I assume judicial decisions will take place by the end of the year and my approach will be the same.”

Friday, April 7, 2017

12720 and Discerning the Times

What the Lord has put on my heart is that the 12,720th verse in the Old Testament, when we consider Genesis 1:1 is the 1st verse, would be Esther 1:17. Esther is the 17th book of the KJV Bible and chapter 1 verse 17 alludes to the short form of 2017. I hope and pray we do go home in 2017, because according to my Davis Bible Dictionary for KJV Scriptures 4th revised edition says the Jubilee Year (which I think could be Hebrew Year 5777 which ends on September 20th, 2017) could possibly be the Acceptable Year of the Lord Isaiah speaks of in Chapter 61 and 63 in the book of Isaiah. I hope this makes sense, and I hope we do go home in 2017. Shalom :)

P.S. Brother-in-Christ John Tng, do you think this could possibly mean a 2017 rapture? I hope we do go home this year. Blessings :)

Daniel 9:27 Trump Covenant With Many: Update April 07, 2017

Thursday, April 6, 2017


United States fires 50 missiles at Syrian airfield from which chemical weapons were fired at civilians.

The United States fired cruise missiles at a Syrian airfield on Thursday night, U.S. military officials told NBC News.

According to the officials, two U.S. warships in the Mediterranean Sea fired at least 50 Tomahawk missiles at the Ash Sha'irat in Homs province in western Syria.

The strike was a direct order from President Donald Trump. The strikes are over "until another decision is made," an official told CNN.

According to NBC News, the airfield that was targeted is the place from which the United States believes the government of Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad fired sarin gas towards the Idlib province earlier this week.

There was no immediate word on casualties. U.S. officials told NBC News that no civilians were targeted and that aircraft and infrastructure at the site, including the runway, were hit.

Ahrar Al Sham, the largest Syrian armed rebel group, told NBC News it "welcomes any U.S. intervention through surgical strikes that would deter the Assad regime capabilities to kill civilians and shorten the suffering of our people."

The strike came hours after Trump, speaking to reporters aboard Air Force One, said "something should happen" with Assad in the wake of the attack.

"I think what Assad did is terrible. I think what happened in Syria is one of the truly egregious crimes. It shouldn't have happened. It shouldn't be allowed to happen," Trump said.

"I think what happened in Syria is a disgrace to humanity. He's there, and I guess he's running things, so something should happen," added Trump.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, speaking to reporters later on Thursday, said “steps are underway” on an international coalition to pressure Assad from power.

“It's a serious matter, it requires a serious response,” the Secretary of State said, adding that this week's attack “violates all previous UN resolutions, violates international norms and long-held agreements.”