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
Saturday, 16 July 2011
More than 50 Disasters in One week after Quartet met on 11 July 2011
16/7/11 - Earthquakes > 5 Magnitude
16/7/11 - Mount Lokon Eruption, Indonesia: 'Glowing lava flowed like flames and it sounded like we were in a war' -
16/7/11 - Where did summer go? Severe weather warnings issued as Britain is battered by heavy downpours and 30mph winds
16/7/11 - Oppressive heat expected in much of Canada -- What's happening to the world's weather?
16/7/11 - Category 4 Typhoon Ma-on headed towards Japan
16/7/11 - California's Coastline Is Eroding At Increasing, Dangerous Speeds
16/7/11 - Six killed, 1.57 million affected by torrential rains and floods in southern China
16/7/11 - Oklahoma cattle ranchers pray for rain
16/7/11 - Lightning causes fires that damaged homes at Old South apartments, South Carolina
16/7/11 - Lightning causes nine fires in Gila Wilderness, New Mexico
16/7/11 - Freak Algae Bloom wont stop the Chinese from their Seaside Holiday
16/7/11 - Broadway flooding Englewood, Colorado
16/7/11 - 'Massive heat wave' on way; Oklahomans urged to pray
16/7/11 - Texas Drought Causing Cattle Deaths...From Too Much Water?
15/7/11 - Tornadoes rip through central Poland
15/7/11 - Earthquake Causes River to Disappear in Costa Rica
15/7/11 - Wild fire destroys 2,300 hectares of pin...
Thursday, 14 July 2011
Monday, 11 July 2011
The senior diplomats — UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov — will “compare notes about where we are and plot a course forward” on the peace process, State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said on Friday.
Peace talks ground to a halt in September 2010 when Israel failed to renew a partial freeze on settlement construction in the occupied West Bank.
Since then, the Palestinians have refused to return to talks as long as Israel builds on land they want for a future state.
They are planning to seek recognition of their state within the 1967 lines that preceded the Six-Day War when the UN General Assembly meets in September, despite the opposition of both Israel and the United States.
Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas has vowed to pursue the unilateral bid for recognition barring any prospects of a renewal of negotiations with Israel.
But negotiator Mohammed Shtayeh noted the Palestinians may take their bid for statehood to the UN General Assembly rather than the Security Council, where a US veto is likely, with plans to submit the request to Ban later this month.
Some Security Council members, like France, have indicated they might recognize an independent Palestinian state if peace talks are not back on track by September.
But other countries, including Germany and the Netherlands, are opposed to any unilateral steps and accept the Israeli position that any progress must be made through negotiations.
“We are facing concerns about September,” Nuland conceded. “So it makes sense before many people go off on holiday for the Quartet to sit down, talk about the diplomacy that all of us have been having with the parties and see what we can do to work together to try to push them back to the table.”
Lavrov said he hoped the meeting would define the parameters of a solution, while Ashton is hoping for a declaration to help the Israelis and Palestinians reduce the gap between their positions.
Quartet members are unanimous in their support of the position taken by US President Barack Obama, who urged the two parties to base the borders of their two countries on the 1967 borders with mutually agreed swaps.
But Israel lashed back, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu calling those lines “indefensible” and insisting there would not be a peace agreement without the Palestinians first recognizing Israel as the “Jewish state” and thus as the homeland of the Jewish people alone.
Israel also wants to keep sovereignty over east Jerusalem, annexed after its occupation, as well as large swaths of settlements in the West Bank and a long-term military presence in the Palestinian section of the Jordan Valley.
All of these demands have been rejected by the Palestinian side, which beyond using the 1967 borders as a basis for the negotiations, are also demanding a freeze on settlement building in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.
In the face of this months-old stalemate, France aims to rekindle hope in a peace deal over the summer, proposing to hold a conference in Paris in September, just before the UN General Assembly.
Previous attempts at holding the meeting have been delayed, as the Obama administration remains skeptical of such a last-ditch attempt, arguing the conference would only be useful once there was progress in the peace talks.
But according to Paris, the United Nations, Russia and the European Union have given Ashton a mandate to defend the French position during the Quartet meeting.
Friday, 8 July 2011
8/7/11 - There are calls in Israel for a civil war between mainline Israelis and the Jewish settlers in Judea and Samaria
A well known and very prominent member of Israeli society has called for a civil war between the leftists in Israel and the Jewish settlers of Judea and Samaria which is echoing the desires of many left wing politicos who have said in the past that they will fight the violence of extremist settlers and use every kind of self defense necessary even exchange of open fire. This alarming call for civil war in Israel comes at a time when the Jewish settlements of Judea and Samaria are the main sticking point in the the Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations that are not coming together.
Israel's left wing of the body politic believes that civil wars are globally accepted, they happen everywhere, and that they are good for a nation as the war straightens out the power imbalance between the sides.
Jimmy's Prophetic Prospective on the News
The potential for a civil war among the Jews in Israel is not only a viable political possibility but a prophetic certainty as well - that is according to Bible prophecy.
The left wing of the body politic of Israel has become very outspoken in the call for a civil war focused on the Jewish settlers in Judea and Samaria. This issue of the Jewish settlements has been the major obstacle to the resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict according to the United States, the United Nations, and the European Union.
The Palestinian Authority said that if the Israelis would withdraw almost 500,000 Jews from the territories of Judea and Samaria, there could be peace between the two parties. The Jewish settlers have long contended that they are not the obstacle to peace but instead, their presence in the territories is an assurance of a lasting peace.
Bible prophecy seems to agree in that it states a Jewish presence in all of Israel will be the Lord's plan for true peace in the future when the Messiah rules and reigns in Jerusalem from a piece of real estate, the Temple Mount, which is actually part of Judea and Samaria (Zechariah 6:12-13). This potential for civil war is actually a part of a prophetic scenario for the last days as well when the prophecy of Ezekiel 37 :15-23, the prophecy of the two Jewish states in Israel will be fulfilled.
The thought of Jews fighting Jews in their God given land is an issue that no one really wants to think about - but the Bible says, it will happen. Bible prophecy will be fulfilled.
Sunday, 3 July 2011
United States, European Union and United Nations will meet in Washington amid a US push to revive Israeli-Palestinian negotiations.
The meeting, expected to take place in Washington, will come amid a US push to revive peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians.
'UN should leave Mideast quartet'
PA butts heads with US over September bid at UN
A round of secret meetings with US envoys aimed at getting the two parties back around the table has not yet achieved any breakthrough and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas recently reaffirmed that he planned to win Palestinians UN recognition this coming September.
Abbas is pushing to secure United Nations recognition of Palestinian statehood.
Last month, the quartet voiced strong support for US President Barack Obama's vision of Israeli-Palestinian peace.
"The Quartet agrees that moving forward on the basis of territory and security provides a foundation for Israelis and Palestinians to reach a final resolution of the conflict through serious and substantive negotiations and mutual agreement on all core issues," the group said in a statement.
Setting out the principles of a peace agreement, Obama reaffirmed the US commitment to Israel's security. He called for a peace deal resulting in two states, Israel and Palestine, sharing the border that existed before Israel captured the West Bank in the 1967 Six-Day War.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, who was meeting with Obama in Washington at the time, reacted by saying this could leave Israel with borders that were "indefensible" and suggested the US government does not understand the problems Israel faces.
"The members of the Quartet are in full agreement about the urgent need to resolve the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians," the Quartet's joint statement said.