January 11, 2008

President Bush visited the Holocaust museum as religious Jews say

On his last day in Israel, US President George W. Bush visited Yad Vashem, the Holocaust museum, to honor and remember the six million Jews killed in the WWII Nazi Holocaust of the Jews.

Accompanied by Secretary of State Rice, the president toured the children's memorial, laid a reef in the Hall of Remembrance, as is the case when any head of state visits Israel, and he wandered why the US did not bomb the Auschwitz death camp during the time of the Holocaust. Meanwhile, hundreds of religious Jewish activists gathered in Jerusalem protesting the visit of President Bush saying that his policies and the pressure being applied to the Israeli government could well bring another Holocaust upon the Jewish people.

Jimmy's Prophetic Prospective on the News

Religious Jews warning of a coming Holocaust is in line with the prophetic scenario that is found in Bible prophecy for the Last Days.

It was a very interesting statement made by President Bush during his visit at Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Museum in Jerusalem, when the president asked why the US did not bomb the Auschwitz death camp during the horrific days of the WWII Nazi Holocaust of the Jewish people. However, there is a number of religious Jews in Israel and around the world that believe the Middle East policies, and the pressure coming from the Bush administration, as well as from the EU, UN and Russia may be putting the state of Israel and the Jewish people in harm's way.

The threat of another Jewish Holocaust is not only real, it is an absolute according to Bible prophecy. The ancient Jewish prophet, Zechariah, wrote 2,500 years ago that during the coming judgment period of seven years, the Tribulation Period, two out of every three Jews will be killed. John the Apostle who wrote the book of Revelation, revealed the prophetic scenario that calls for Satanic creatures, evil angels, to try and eliminate every Jew on Earth during these coming days of judgment.

President Bush's visit to Yad Vashem, the Holocaust museum in Jerusalem is a reminder that Bible prophecy will be fulfilled.