May 24, 2006

The US will seek international support to have Jewish settlers removed from their homes

At the first official visit to the White House for Israeli Prime Minister (PM) Ehud Olmert, the Jewish leader discussed with President Bush how to proceed with Olmert's plan to dismantle a number of Jewish settlements and displace hundreds and thousands of Jewish families from their homes where they have lived for over thirty years.

PM Olmert said, after his meeting with President Bush, that he was very satisfied with the understandings reached concerning his plan to withdraw from parts of Judea and Samaria. Before their meeting at the White House, diplomatic sources said that the US will seek international support for PM Olmert's withdrawal plan, adding that President Bush does not oppose the plan.

Jimmy's Prophetic Prospective on the News

International support for Israeli PM Olmert's plan to withdraw from Judea and Samaria is a step closer to a prophetic scenario for the Last Days that is found in Bible prophecy. At the recent meeting between Israel's PM Olmert and US President Bush at the White House, the agenda for their talks focused on Olmert's plan to dismantle Jewish settlements in Judea and Samaria.

The two world leaders discussed how the Bush administration would work to get worldwide support for PM Olmert's convergence plan and the US President said he did not oppose the plan. This high level discussion is, as I said, a step in fact, a giant step closer to the scenario for this issue that is found in Bible prophecy.

The ancient Jewish prophet Ezekiel wrote some 2,500 years ago that near the time of the Second Coming of the Messiah, Jesus Christ, the Jewish people would be so divided that they would form a second Jewish state called Judah, that's found in Ezekiel 37:15-23. The Israeli body politic is indeed divided on the PM's withdrawal plan and there are now Jewish people working to birth a second Jewish state.

Israeli-US politics and politicians are indeed setting the stage for Bible prophecy to be fulfilled.