Netanyahu: The IDF must stand in the Jordan valley

The regional uncertainty makes such a security presence even more necessary.

Benjamin Netanyahu must keep the easten borders of Israel safe, as they are today.

These are the words of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

– Israel will only sign an agreement with the Palestinians if it includes an Israeli security presence in the Jordan Valley, Prime Minister BNetanyahu said Monday.

“We are acting responsibly and prudently and are seeing to the security of the State of Israel. This requires Israel to remain in the Jordan Valley.”

Netanyahu has said consistently that any agreement would necessitate an Israeli military presence along the Jordan River.

He has emphasized that point repeatedly since the revolutions in the Arab world began last year, saying the regional uncertainty makes such a security presence even more necessary.

Source: Jerusalem Post

My comment:

With the leader of Hamas receiving a red carpet welcome i Jordan, Israel needs to keep the IDF at the border of this Kingdom.

With the present unrest in Syria, the situation has become fluid. If the Muslim Brotherhood or Islamic Jihad re-occupy the Golan, they can attack the Galilee together with Hizb’Allah.

To leave the Jordan valley, would be suicidal for Israel. The Jewish nation has to take care of its own security, and not trust some Papenheimer’s that support the second Islamic revolution in the Middle East.

 Isaiah 62:6
I have set watchmen on your walls, O Jerusalem; They shall never hold their peace day or night. You who make mention of the LORD, do not keep silent,

It is getting rougher for Israel. Behold: Those who hurt Israel, puts the finger in the apple of the eye of God. Jesus the Messiah will bring a just judgment when He returns.

Written by Ivar

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