The Two-State Paradigm Is Over

Those comments by Trump stood in stark contrast with remarks by the president earlier in his administration, when he said in a meeting in the White House with Netanyahu in February 2017 that he supports whatever solution the two parties decide. “I am looking at two-state, and one-state, and I like the one that both parties like. I’m very happy with the one that both parties like.”

Christ at the Checkpoint: Is the Virus Spreading?

For the honest person who respects the Word of God, the veneer of reconciliation and fight against injustice isn’t very hard to peel. Once that is done, it is easy to see that Christ at the Checkpoint is indeed interested in reconciliation, as long as by it they mean Israel’s unilateral apology for its “crimes” against Palestinians along with Israel relinquishing the “occupied” land of Palestine and further submitting to the regional demands by its Arab neighbors. As a one-way street, this has nothing to do with true reconciliation.

Enemies of the Chosen

srael’s enemies seem to be in every direction one looks, as we’ve covered many times. It is a satanic hatred that rages, just like it continues to rage in the matter of the 2016 presidential election. That election disrupted the new world order builders’ plans to continue to move the United States into their globalist plans.

Surprising, not-so-surprising European stances on Israel – Markell

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“You’ve got entire denominations in America who are calling on Boycott Divestment Sanctions in America – who are calling on Boycott Divest Sanction,” Markell stressed. “I would say Europe is the heart of the problem because of their godlessness – so none of this surprises me.”

However, the Christian leader impressed that God has promised that the BDS movement will not hurt Israel.

Advocates for Israel: Church hasn’t replaced God’s chosen people – Jan Markell

“It says in Zachariah 12 that all nations are going to turn against Israel,” she points out, “and I think we can almost broaden that verse to read all nations and then also all denominations.

“When I start to see the Southern Baptist Convention and some others who should know better starting to insert replacement theology into their doctrine or statement of belief, [I point out] there’s nothing in the Bible that remotely suggests that the church has replaced Israel.”