Two rockets on Sderot bring end to false “peace”

Projectiles fired into southern Israel for second straight day. IAF strikes targets in Gaza Strip for first time since truce.

Not everything that comes from above is good. Just ask Jews who live in Sderot.
Not everything that comes from above is good. Just ask Jews who live in Sderot.

Two rockets fired from the Gaza Strip into southern Israel landed in open areas near Sderot on Wednesday morning, raising fears that violence could escalate in the area after months of relative quiet.

No injuries or damage were reported in the attacks.

The rockets struck just as parents were dropping off children at schools and kindergartens. The attacks triggered sirens and sent families fleeing for cover.

The rocket attacks came after the IAF launched airstrikes on Gaza on Tuesday just prior to midnight, the first such operation since a truce ended an eight-day cross-border war in November.

Source: Jerusalem Post

My comment:

It is a grave mistake to trust Muslims being willing to upheld any “peace agreement” with Israel.

Any “cease fire” with Israel will only be temporary. The Arabs have in the past burnt their fingers badly attacking Israel. No Arab government will attack her again.

From 1973 onwards, Cairo and Damascus started to support coward’s, Islamic terrorists who do their dirty work of crippling Jewish civilian’s.

The ultimate goal of Islam is to make all Jews live in submission to “allah”. Any Jew claiming that Muhammad is a false prophet, will be put to the sword.

It has been like this for 1.400 years. An the evil and wickedness of “the holy warriors” of Muhammad, will not end before the return of Jesus. He will put a brutal end to all who mock God, and attack Israel.

The Bible explains that people shall say “peace and safety” when there is non of such. That is exactly what takes place, when men like Obama visits Jerusalem, with his baloney and empty talk.

Written by Ivar

10 thoughts on “Two rockets on Sderot bring end to false “peace”

  1. It’s so close and so many will be hurt, killed…and so few will keep their eyes on Jesus even fewer will care about those in Israel …
    May the prayers of the Saints be evermore fervent for the brethren in the days to come….in the days to come!

  2. Woe to those that divide the land of Israel.
    Joel 3:2-4
    I will also gather all nations,
    and will bring them down into the valley of Jehoshaphat,
    and will plead with them there for my people and for my heritage Israel,
    whom they have scattered among the nations, and parted my land.
    And they have cast lots for my people;
    and have given a boy for an harlot,
    and sold a girl for wine, that they might drink.
    Yea, and what have ye to do with me, O Tyre, and Zidon,
    and all the coasts of Palestine?
    will ye render me a recompence?
    and if ye recompense me,
    swiftly and speedily will I return your recompence upon your own head;

  3. Cursing the seed of Abraham brings a curse on oneself. The seed of Abraham is Christ. To curse him and mock him brings a curse on oneself and or a nation.

    1. Todd.


      You simply do not want to listen, and understands nothing. It is impossible to curse “Christ”. Any rubbish spoken against the Messiah, will be forgiven.

      This is about cursing Israel. If you curse her, you will bring a curse down on your own head. Denying Israel, is typical for those who walk in the deception of Replacement theology.

      I do not know why you take so much pain, visiting this site so often. Year after year we spend time correcting you, and see no fruits.

      1. peace
        Many people curse Christ and or deny him. He is all about Israel,
        is he not? To curse him and deny him is the same as cursing Israel is it not. I agree that no one can put a curse on Christ but many people curse him. That has nothing to do with the replacement theology that you always bring up.

  4. Regarding any Islamic notion of “peace” agreement it is important to be clear what that word means.

    Hudna, the second Arabic word translated in English as “peace,” means cease-fire, a temporary truce. Hudna really means wait lets stop fighting until we regroup and reload.

    Below is a more detail explaination of the three words and meanings of “peace” which I have taken from View From The Right.
    The three Arabic words translated as “peace” in English are salaam, hudna, and suhl.

    Salaam is the peace of submission. It’s the drawn out pronunciation of “slm” in “Islam,” (written Arabic has no vowels) the Arabic word for submission and obedience, and in “Moslem” or “Muslim,” the Arabic word for “one who submits.”

    There is peace, salaam, among Moslems when they submit to Allah and the teachings of the Koran. There is peace, salaam, between Moslems and kafirs, infidels, only when the latter submit to the rule of the former.

    In other words, salaam, Moslem peace, is not the absence of violence as it is for us, but the absence of disobedience. Just like it was for the Communists. In Lenin’s words:

    As long as capitalism and (Soviet) socialism exist, we cannot live in peace. In the end, one or the other will triumph—a funeral dirge will be sung over the Soviet republic or over world capitalism.[1]

    Or, as the Soviet Military Encyclopedia stated it:

    Peace is impossible without Soviet socialism. A truly lasting peace is impossible and cannot be achieved without a proletarian revolution.[2]

    Compare Lenin’s words to the words of Allah, as dictated to Mohammed in the Koran:

    Fight and slay the unbelievers wherever you find them. Seize them, confine them, lie in wait for them in every place of ambush. (Sura—verse—9:5)

    Believers! Do not befriend your fathers or your brothers or your sons if they choose unbelief in preference to belief in Allah. (Sura 9:22)

    Fight those who do not believe in Allah, those who do not forbid what Allah and his apostle have forbidden, fight them until they pay tribute to the believers and are utterly subdued. (Sura 9:29)

    Mohammed is Allah’s apostle. Those who follow him are merciless towards the unbelievers but kind to each other. (Sura 48:29)

    O Unbelievers! We renounce you. Enmity and hatred will reign between us until you believe in Allah alone. (Sura 60:4)

    Just as there could not be peace with the Soviets until we sang a funeral dirge over the Soviet Union, there cannot be peace with Moslems who believe that salaam requires Islam to be a religion of the sword.

    Hudna, the second Arabic word translated in English as “peace,” means cease-fire, a temporary truce.

    When the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas, for example, proposes a hudna with Israel, it’s hailed in the Western media as a peace proposal. It is instead a tactical, temporary break in hostilities, giving Moslems time to re-organize, re-arm, then renew the Jihad against the kafirs when they can be most caught off-guard.

    Suhl, the third Arabic term for “peace,” is the most interesting, the one we must insist on Arabs using, the one they always avoid and refuse to use. Suhl means reconciliation.

    The Encyclopedia of Islam describes sulh as a concept of Islamic sharia law:

    The purpose of sulh is to end conflict and hostility among believers so that they may conduct their relationships in peace and amity….In Islamic law, sulh is a form of contract (aqd), legally binding on both the individual and community levels.[3]

    Note that it applies only between believers. Once again, it’s deuces wild with unbelievers.

    Nonetheless, insistence on using the word sulh in any Arab-Israeli agreement, putting it in writing in the Arabic version of the documents that this agreement is not a hudna and not a salaam, but a sulh, makes it a legally binding aqd, even though one of the signatories is not Moslem.

    That these words matter is shown by Arab resistance to signing an agreement that makes it a binding contract using sulh.

    Anwar Sadat, for example, in signing the Camp David Accord insisted on “salaam” and refused to have the word “sulh” in the Arabic version of the document. The absence of reconciliation meant that Egypt could abandon the peace agreement if and when circumstances changed.

      1. The concept of hudna deserves a close look. It is the first word used in Muslim history to mean cease-fire, specifically in the context of the seventh century Truce or Treaty of al-Hudaybiyya, often termed the Sulh al-Hudaybiyya (peace of al-Hudaybiyya).

        Named after a village outside Mecca, the truce came six years after Muhammad and his followers abandoned Mecca for Yathrib, today’s Medina. This move, known as the hijra (emigration) is of enormous significance for the classical understanding of jihad, inasmuch as it sets a pattern of retreat followed by regrouping and rearming, which permits an attack on the territory previously left behind. In March 628 C.E., Muhammad and his followers sought to return to Mecca to perform a pilgrimage. At Hudaybiyya, Muhammad “marched till he reached al-Hudaybiyya which lies at the limit of the Haram [sacred territory of Mecca] area at a distance of nine miles from Mecca.”[5] Muhammad and the rulers of Mecca, most of whom had yet to convert to Islam, negotiated a truce, the essence of which was to permit the Muslims to return unarmed on pilgrimage each year for the next decade. It came to an end two years later, however, following an infraction by a tribe allied to the Meccans. In 630, Muhammad entered Mecca with a small, armed force and took the city peacefully. Hudna, in other words, amounted to a temporary truce.
        (From Middle East Forum)

        In other words, regroup and re-arm to later carry on the assult.
        Israel says Peace, Islam says Hudna.
        But the King of Kings will have the final word…..justice.

        Psalms 2:9-12
        Thou shalt break them with a rod of iron;
        thou shalt dash them in pieces like a potter’s vessel.
        Be wise now therefore, O ye kings:
        be instructed, ye judges of the earth.
        Serve the Lord with fear,
        and rejoice with trembling.
        Kiss the Son, lest he be angry,
        and ye perish from the way,
        when his wrath is kindled but a little.
        Blessed are all they that put their trust in him.

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