Netanyahu silent on IDF’s future in Judea and Samaria

“The IDF will have to stay on the Jordan River. This is Israel’s defense line”.

Benjamin Netanyahu do no longer promise to protect Jews living in Judea and Samaria.

These are the words of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He gave this statement during a visit to the Jordan Valley on Tuesday.

The Israeli Prime Minister said that in any future agreement the IDF will have to stay on the Jordan River.

“This is Israel’s defense line,” Netanyahu said, adding that if this was true in the past, it is currently “seven times truer” now, considering the upheaval in the Middle East.

He said there is no alternative to an IDF presence there to keep terrorists and rockets from coming into Tel Aviv, Haifa and the rest of the country.

Source: Jerusalem Post

My comment:

It is more interesting to listen to what Benjamin Netanyahu did not say. He did not mentioned the two districts of Judea and Samaria.

Without the IDF present in these two Jewish districts, hundreds of thousands of Jewish settlers will find them selves without protection. They will be left behind enemy lines.

Israel without the Mountains of Zion as an integrated part of the Jewish state, is no longer a Zionist state. But a political invention, recognizable for the United Nationals and all followers of political correctness.

Psalm 125:1
A song of ascents. Those who trust in the LORD are like Mount Zion, which cannot be shaken but endures forever.

What is at stake?

The Bible is about to be deleted. The promises to the Jewish people has been declared null and void. The Jewish people are no longer good caretakers of the land God told them to look after.

Me must pray for Benjamin Netanyahu. That he will walk into a Messianic Fellowship, and say to the crowed: “I have begged Yeshua for mercy. Now, I will serve Him, as the Prime Minister of Israel”. Amen.

Written by Ivar

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