October 04, 2006

A Palestinian leader says PA President Abbas' ultimate goal is to destroy the Jewish state

A Palestinian terror group leader, who is also a member of President Abbas' Fatah party, says that the ultimate goal of the Palestinian Authority (PA) President is to destroy the Jewish state, and his stated recognition of Israel's right to exist is part of a political calculation.

The al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade leader says that the Fatah party does not recognize Israel and that any final accord that does not include flooding the Jewish state with millions of Palestinians will not be supported by the Fatah party.

Jimmy's Prophetic Prospective on the News

The reality that all Palestinian leaders desire to destroy the Jewish state and flood Israel with Palestinians is a scenario that is found in Bible prophecy for the Last Days.

Since the election of the Palestinian terror group Hamas to the leadership of the PA, the PA President Mahmoud Abbas has been publicly working to unite the two major Palestinian political parties, Hamas and Fatah. World leaders had stopped funding the PA because Hamas had refused to recognize Israel's right to be a state among the states in the Middle East. During a recent meeting with US President George W. Bush at the UN in New York City, the PA President said that Israel had a right to exist, and he wanted the Palestinians and Israel to work out a peaceful arrangement between the two parties.

The pronouncement by a Fatah party member that Israel's recognition by President Abbas was only political and that he wanted to see Israel destroyed, as is the case with Hamas, is a reality that is the scenario that can be found in Bible prophecy. Several ancient Jewish prophets reveal a time when the Palestinians would come to power, kill the Jewish people, and take the land that God had given to the Jews. These prophets include Ezekiel, Jeremiah, Malachi, and Obadiah. Malachi says that the Edomites, the present-day Palestinians, would come back to power, that's Malachi 1:3-4. Ezekiel said that these Palestinians would kill the Jews and take their land; they would do this with a joyful heart and a despiteful mind, that's Ezekiel 35 and 36:5.

Jeremiah and Obadiah said that the Palestinians would be the ones destroyed, not the Jews, that's found in Jeremiah 49:18 and Obadiah 15-20.