Tel Aviv 90 seconds from doomsday rockets

The moment Hamas gets a small tactical nuclear missile millions of Jews will be 90 seconds away from another Holocaust.

The scuds from Saddam, lead Jewish school children closer to the last threat of gas chambers.

The IDF Home Front Command has shortened the warning time for Tel Aviv area residents against incoming missiles from two minutes to 90 seconds, largely due to Hizbullah and Hamas’ improved missiles.

Source: Haaretz.

My comments:

Realities are biting for the Jewish state.

During the first Gulf war, the people of Israel had to take shelter from incoming rockets.

People in Tel Aviv had to put on gas masks, because there was no guaranty that the Iraqi regime would not use weapons of mass destruction.

Today, the Islamic world has nuclear weapons. They are found inside the highly corrupt and not stabile Islamic republic of Pakistan.

The tunnels into Gaza is more than wide enough to transport a small tactical nuclear devise into “Hamastan”.  Even a United Nation truck entering from Egypt will do.

The only problem left is to fix it to a rocket, and sent it as a message of “peace and love:”

What is the only solution?

Matthew 24:29-31

“Then will appear the sign of the Son of Man in heaven. And then all the peoples of the earthwill mourn when they see the Son of Man coming on the clouds of heaven, with power and great glory. And he will send his angels with a loud trumpet call, and they will gather his elect from the four winds, from one end of the heavens to the other.

(end of scripture)

Do you want an angel to come and collect you from the last threat of a global Holocaust?

Than give your life to Yeshua (Jesus) today. Tomorrow, it might be to late.

Written by Ivar

4 thoughts on “Tel Aviv 90 seconds from doomsday rockets

  1. Ivar I recently read that Israel still has over 1/3 of the population that still needs gas masks have you heard any new statistics?

    1. Dear Richard.


      I do not have the statistics. What I saw yesterday, was that Israel is going to establish a New Ministry of Homeland security. The Jews are more than worried, that the IDF can no longer protect Israel from a massive missile attack. The second Lebanon war was an eye opener.

      There is no military solution to this problem. That is why the World rather will force Israel into a false peace, than to disarm Hamas, Hizb”Allah, Syria and Iran.

  2. Ivar I’m scared that the US and the UN will declare pre 1967 borders this summer. I wonder how Netanyahu and Barak will respond?

    I’m also really curious to see what will happen in Lebanon once the indictments come down on Hezbollah. Especially with Saudi Arabi pulling out of negotiations today. Will this start a regional war. Im in prayer for Israel.

  3. Greetings Richard.

    The Israeli government has actually given up trying to distribute gas masks to the public. I can’t imagine why, but the project proved to big and to expensive (there are almost 1.5 million more people in the country today then in 1991 when they were first distributed.)

    But that doesn’t mean much practically for a couple of reasons.

    One, the gas masks probably wouldn’t have worked anyway in the case of an actual gas attack because they are difficult to use (it requires at least 8 hours of training by a professional to teach soldiers how to use them properly and very few Israeli civilians ever even read the pitifully inadequate little instruction booklet that comes with the kit, much less do any real training.)Three years ago when the government started collecting the kits to refurbish them, many people had to go looking for their kits because they’d forgotten where they were. Many of the kits arrived at the refurbishing factories (I know because I worked at one for a year) in very bad condition, sometimes with mold growing on the masks, filters missing, etc.

    Two, the gas mask kits themselves are sometimes as much as 20 years old, and the filters have often been compromised by broken seals, etc. so in the event of an actual attack, even if they were used properly, the filters wouldn’t work.

    Three, as I said, the government has given up on the task of redistributing them. So the first two points are pretty much academic.

    But despite their practical uselessness, the kits served two purposes.

    One, the reassured anyone foolish or ignorant enough to have faith in them (the majority of the Israeli population.)

    Two, they served as a deterrent to Israel’s enemies because they had to figure if they launched an attack against Israel with Chemical Weapons they might not kill many Israelis and the IDF would respond with nuclear weapons.

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