Egypt celebrate war against Israel and reap curses

The military dictatorship in Egypt do not celebrate “peace” with Israel, but war and curses.

The Egyptians celebrate death and destruction in Israel, and reap curses.
The Egyptians celebrate death and destruction in Israel, in 1973 and reap curses.

Clashes between pro-Morsi protesters demanding his reinstatement and Egyptian security forces on Sunday left at least 51 people dead and more than 246 injured, the health ministry said, after some of the largest rallies since President Morsi was ousted more than three months ago.

Morsi’s mostly Islamist backers had organized counterprotests to pro-military celebrations marking the 40th anniversary of Egypt’s initial success against Israel during the Yom Kippur War.

Source: Wall Street Journal

My comment:

All Arabs who tried to destroy Israel, tried their best to curse the Jewish people. They have reaped curses.

The last gross example is the Egyptian celebration of the last war with Israel. The Yum Kippur war in 1973. When the dictators in Cairo celebrated death and destruction with fire crackers, more than 50 Egyptians were slaughtered in the nearby streets.

God of Israel is crystal clear. Those who try to curse the sons and daughters of Jacob, will be cursed by Him.  We can read, see and understand. The fruits are obvious.

All people on Earth are called to bless the people of Israel. Because of we do so, God will neither harm nor curse us. Absolutely a warning we should pay attention too, and obey. If we love life, and are interested in escaping judgment and the eternal fire of Hell.

   Revelation 16:10-12

 The fifth angel poured out his bowl on the throne of the beast, and its kingdom was plunged into darkness. People gnawed their tongues in agony and cursed the God of heaven because of their pains and their sores, but they refused to repent of what they had done.

Do not copy the “gods” and leaders of the Egyptians. Be wise. Listen to God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

Written by Ivar

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