May 15, 2006

Israeli officials: A large scale evacuation from the West Bank will be difficult and violent

Any large scale evacuation of the Jewish settlers from Judea and Samaria, known to some as the West Bank, will spark violence and be much more difficult than the disengagement from the Gaza this past summer, according to Israeli officials.

In an effort to prevent violence when the largest pullout in Israel's history does take place, Israeli security people have plans to roundup Jewish extremists prior to the beginning of the evacuation.

Jimmy's Prophetic Prospective on the News

As Israel looks to a major confrontation internally when PM Olmert's evacuation of Judea and Samaria takes place, the End Times scenario for the Jewish state of Israel comes better into focus, that is according to Bible prophecy. Israel's PM Ehud Olmert ran on a platform of evacuating almost 100,000 Jews from their homes in Judea and Samaria, the west Bank as some refer to it, and he was elected by Israelis who expect Olmert to follow through on his stated plan.

As Jewish settlers make plans and set strategies in place to fight Olmert's convergence plan, tensions increase to higher levels as implementation of the plan comes closer. The possibility of a civil war is an ever present danger in Israel over this issue, according to Israeli security people and some Jewish settlers say the only solution to this crisis is a second Jewish state, a scenario found in Bible prophecy.

Three ancient Jewish prophets: Jeremiah, Malachi, and Ezekiel all wrote about this scenario some 2,500 years ago, that's Malachi 2:10-15, Jeremiah 3:18, and Ezekiel 37:15-23. Two Jewish states, Israel and Judah, will be in place at the time of the Return of the Messiah, Jesus Christ, back here to the earth.

The violent confrontation ahead for PM Olmert's convergence plan does indeed set the stage for Bible prophecy to be fulfilled.