Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Things are really heating up on the world scene. Prophecy MUST be fulfilled. The awful hatred of Ahmadinejad and the Imams and Mullahs and the deceptive dreams, visions and prophecies about the Hidden Imam emerging as the Grand Mahdi to deliver the Sunnis and other Muslims into a Grand Shia Caliphate to destroy Israel and rule the world is pure Nonsense, and will bring destruction upon Iran.! Don't forget, you have the God of the Universe to deal with. I am talking about Jehovah, the Lord God of Israel, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob; the Eternal, Ever Living, Almighty God and Father of the Lord Jesus Christ, by Whom He made the worlds (Hebrews 1: 1-3). Please Note: The God of Heaven has WARNED that anyone who touches Israel will be guilty of "touching the Apple of His Eye" (Zechariah 2: 8). To destroy Israel as a nation isn't possible unless one could could knock the sun, moon and stars out of their orbits and search the inner core of the earth. (Jeremiah 31: 35-37). Be careful not to offend the Omnipotent, Omniscient, Omnipresent, Transcendent, Immutable, Awesome God and Creator by seeking to destroy His chosen race. He uttered these blessed as well as fearsome Words: "I will bless them that bless thee and curse him that curseth thee." (Gen.12: 1-3; 17: 1-10; 15-22). Remember what happened to Adolf Hitler and NAZI Germany.! - Pastor Max Solbrekken

Israel to United Nations: Take action against Iran
01/24/2012 19:01 

Prosor rebukes Jerusalem mufti for reciting hadith calling "killing Jews" a "sacred goal."
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Iran is the single greatest threat to the world and the United Nations needs to take action against it immediately, Israel’s Ambassador to the UN Ron Prosor told the Security Council in New York on Tuesday.

“Never has it been so clear Iran is seeking to build a nuclear weapon,” said Prosor speaking at a regular meeting debating the “situation in the Middle East and the Palestinians question.”

“Now is the time to act. Tomorrow is too late. The stakes are too high. The price of inaction is too great,” he said.

Prosor cited the last International Atomic Energy Agency report saying it proved beyond all doubt that the Islamic Republic sought to obtain nuclear weapons. He said Tehran’s efforts to enrich uranium to 20 percent-levels at its reactor in Qom could serve no other plausible aim other than to develop an atomic bomb.

The Israeli diplomat also rebuked Palestinian religious leader Muhammad Hussein who in a sermon broadcast on television last week told believers that killing Jews was “a sacred goal” for Muslims.”

“His comments were deeply disturbing,” said Prosor. “But what was even more disturbing is that no one from the Palestinian Leadership stood up and condemned his comments, denounced his actions or dissociated themselves from his message.”

US ambassador to the UN Susan Rice chose to highlight the start of direct negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians in Amman earlier this month, the first time the two sides have sat down for talks in years.

She thanked Jordan for hosting the event and added “it is necessary we do everything we can to ensure progress.”

The Permanent Observer of Palestine Riyad H. Mansour, who spoke before Prosor, placed the blame for the lack of progress in talks between Israel and the Palestinians squarely on the Israelis.

“We spare no effort for peace despite the many obstacles imposed by the Israeli government,” Mansour said.

He gave a long list of grievances accusing Israel of expelling Palestinians from the Jordan valley and violating human rights of Palestinian “shepherds and children.” He reiterated the Palestinian Authority’s bid to seek statehood status at the UN which is being debated saying it would be part of a two state solution.

During the gathering the US ambassador to the UN also addressed events in Syria where ongoing violence between protesters and security forces have left thousands dead. Rice called again on the government of Bashar Assad to permit the access of observers to the restive country and respect human rights. She added that Washington was “concerned [about] recent reports of shipments of arms and munitions to the Syrian regime,” calling for an arms embargo.

Representatives from Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, Togo, India and Iran were also set to speak at the gathering.