Bayit Yehudi leader says does not believe anything will come of current Israeli-Palestinian talks, therefore remains in government.
The diplomatic agreement Israel reached with the Palestinians in Oslo 20 years ago and the concept of creating a Palestinian state are dead, Bayit Yehudi leader Naftali Bennett wrote on his Facebook page late Tuesday night.
Bennett recalled his shock when he heard as a soldier that then-prime minister Yitzhak Rabin had shaken hands with then-Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat. He said that the past two decades had proven that Rabin made a grave mistake.
I’m aware that the Israeli government is conducting negotiations with Abu Mazen,” Bennett wrote about Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas.
“I do not believe anything will come of [the talks] and that is why I remain in this government.
“That being said, it is my duty to present the nation of Israel with the truth. I will do everything in my power to prevent this disaster.”
Source: Jerusalem Post
We have to be careful when we chose our words. For someone an act of violence is “terrorism”. For others it is a “legitimate use of force’.
The question should always be:
What do God think about our actions?
Plotting to harm and kill Jews have always been seen as a noble activity amomg the pagans. From the book of Esther, till yesterdays four rockets fired into Israel from Hizb”Allah controlled Lebanon. The Holocaust being the ultimate service to the “gods” of the gentiles.
They will put you out of the synagogue; in fact, the time is coming when anyone who kills you will think they are offering a service to God.
The leftist Norwegian government could care less about the Bible, and what the living God say about Israel.
Norwegians at large are secular hedonists, who worship money and their own self-righteousness. They have all agreed to remove “Christianity” out of their constitution, and adopted the Islamic world view. Even with the votes of the Christianity People Party (Kr.F).
This World view is shared by the media and the political elite. The indoctrination is massive. Almost 4 out of 10 Norwegians feel Israel is the reason for the trouble in the Middle East, acting “like the Nazis towards the Arabs and Muslims”. Like in Nazi-Germany, the “Jewish problem” is one of the hard core issues, and the reason for concern.
Within the Christian minority in Norway, the Friends of Israel hardly amounts to 10.000 people.
The ruling Labor party is fully in control of the leadership in the The Lutheran state Church.
Over the last 20 years the secular government has appointed Bishops of their choice, and completely replaced Biblical Christianity with a unique Norwegian styled New Age religion.
What has taken place in Norway is really sad, and truly unique.
The so-called “Oslo peace process” was nothing short of Hitlers “peace process for Europe”.
While talking about “peace”, the German “peacemakers” armed them selves to the teeth. Just like the Islamic “peace forces” do today.
Oslo gave them a royal opportunity to continue their Jihad from a fresh base on the Mountains of Zion. This cancer is difficult to remove. Still the leader of a Zionist political party in Israel, who support Jewish settlers, claim the “Oslo war machine” is dead.
I am not so sure it is dead. Oslo continue to be the largest sponsor of Islamic terrorism on the western hemisphere.
The support of “Palestinianism” in Norway goes right across the political spectrum, the Conservative party giving no assurances of a more pro-Israel attitude, if they win the Norwegian national election on 9th of September.
The “Oslo war process” is very much on.
Behold: The Messiah, the Lion of Judah is about to return. He is the rock of Israel, and the lover of my soul. He will judge the nations, based on their support or betrayal of the Zionist state of Israel. Amen.
Written by Ivar