Did YHVH's protective "Omen" come back to Israel when the Jews returned to their ancient land in 1948?

The Israel Omen “Dividing the Land” Blog powerfully reports a series of historically destructive events since 1991 to current, connected by a common thread: warnings found in Ancient Hebrew prophetic Scripture that Israel was not to be divided. Are these events the telling signs of an ancient Divine Omen, the same omen ignored by the Egyptians 3,500 years ago as Moses was leading the children of Israel out of Egypt by YHVH's mighty hand?

This Blog presents strong evidences that the "Four Horns" foretold in Zechariah 1:18-21 to be scattering Judah, Israel, and Jerusalem are the four nations of the "Quartet"!

As the nations of the world gather to remove the Jew from YHVH's promised Holy Land, the international group dubbed the Quartet is leading the effort. And, the same prophetic Scripture warns of YHVH's judgment against those nations attempting to divide Israel. Your view of current events might never be the same!

The Israel Omen website and Book by David Brennan

Wednesday, 30 April 2003

30 /04/2003 - Tornado tears through TX town & many other disasters follow

Tornado tears through TX town

A possible tornado tore through near the town of Mission, Texas early Wednesday.

BY SUSAN KIM | MISSION, Texas | April 30, 2003

A possible tornado tore through near the town of Mission, Texas early Wednesday morning, destroying 13 homes and damaging 10 others, according to J.D. Villarreal, chief administrator for the Hidalgo County Commissioner's Office."Most of these were either mobile homes or were poorly constructed," he said. Local churches and the American Red Cross were helping survivors who needed food, clothing and temporary shelter, he added.

Eleven people were taken to the hospital with minor injuries, Villarreal added.
A subdivision northwest of Mission, called Solida del Sol, was hardest hit, according to local reports, when the storm roared through just after midnight. School was canceled in the local district, and school officials were making counseling available to children who may have been traumatized by the storm, Villarreal said.
Mission is in southern Texas in the Rio Grande Valley.

On April 30, 2003, America was positioned to be the catalyst for the so-called "solution" to the Middle East crisis. As Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas was sworn in, the "Road Map" peace plan was set in motion. The very next day began the worst month of tornadoes in United States history - more than 500 in a single month. Under normal conditions, 1,000 tornadoes hit the United States each year, but in just eight days that May, 375 twisters ripped across the heartland of America.

May 9, 2003, President Bush addressed students at the University of South Carolina. Bush called on the Palestinians to embrace the roadmap to peace, and Bush expressed his desire to see the flag of Palestine raised over a free nation. Hours later, tornadoes returned and Oklahoma City again became the target for deadly twisters, reducing many businesses and homes to splinters and bricks. The tornadoes of May devastated the Midwest with the third worst property damage in American history.

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30/04/2003 - North, South, East and West of the Mideast Road Map Released

North, South, East and West of the Mideast Road Map

From , former About.com Guide

"The time has come to move beyond entrenched positions and to take concrete actions to achieve peace. America is committed, and I am personally committed, to implementing our road map toward peace," said President Bush in the Rose Garden on March 14, 2003. The Mideast road map toward peace was developed by the "quartet" of the United States, the United Nations, Russia and the European Union. It outlines a broad series of steps that are supposed to lead to a Middle East in which the State of Israel and a new Palestinian State coexist peacefully. The text of the road map was released by the U.S. State Department on April 30, 2003. In sum, the road map calls on both the Palestinians and Israelis to take actions toward peace. The Palestinians need to fight terror in a decisive manner. The Israelis need to ease the suffering of Palestinians living under occupation, to stop settlement activity, and to evacuate illegal outposts. At the earliest, after steps are taken by both sides, a Palestinian State, with provisional borders, could be established by the end of 2003. Final, permanent borders are to be established by the end of 2005 after an international conference, which would settle long-standing disputes such as the status of Jerusalem. While the Palestinians are ready to adopt the road map, the Israelis want to make as many as fifteen changes to the plan. The road map was presented only after Abu Mazen was appointed Palestinian prime minister. The United States refused to deal with Palestinian Authority President Yasser Arafat on the grounds that he was not doing enough to combat terror. Israel wants to see Abu Mazen take decisive action against terrorist groups before putting faith in this peace plan. Israel says they will only pull troops out of Palestinian towns after the Palestinians have taken "concrete action" to crack down on terror. "To think that they will make a declaration (against terrorism) and we will make a move, those days are over. Every time we took unilateral steps (in the past), we would have a surge in terrorist attacks," said Ra'anan Gissin, a Sharon adviser and spokesman. According to Martin S. Indyk, Director of the Saban Center for Middle East Policy, the quartet's road map will lead to nowhere. Indyk believes that a more ambitious approach, such as a trusteeship for Palestine, will be necessary in order to get to serious Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations