December 31, 2009

Palestinian terrorist leaders call for all Palestinians to meet at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem

Standing at the Eretz Crossing, the border between Israel and the Gaza Strip, the Hamas leader, Prime Minister Ismael Haniyah, called for all Palestinians to meet together on the Temple Mount, the al Aksa Mosque, in Jerusalem, which Haniyah said will remain Arab and Moslem. Haniyah said that the Palestinians have overcome the occupation referring to the Israeli Jewish state and that he was proud of all the Palestinians of the 1948 territories indicating that the Israeli Arabs had now joined forces in the Palestinian struggle against the Jewish state.

The Palestinian protesters who joined Prime Minister Haniyah waved Palestinian flags and called on Israel to put a stop to the ongoing war crimes that the Palestinians claim are happening in the Gaza Strip.

Jimmy's Prophetic Prospective on the News

A call to arms by a Palestinian leader who wants all Palestinians to meet at the al Aksa Mosque in Jerusalem is a call to see Bible prophecy fulfilled.

The Palestinian Hamas leader, Ismael Haniyah, in his call for all Palestinians to meet on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem at the al Aksa Mosque, is moving into a leadership role among all of the Palestinians, not only the members of Hamas. Hamas has been identified by the United States and other nations of the world as a Palestinian Islamic fundamental terrorist group. Hamas has also vowed to never recognize the right of the Jews to have a state in the Middle East. In fact, Hamas has called for the total elimination of the Jewish state of Israel and the establishment of a Palestinian state where today Israel is located.

The ancient Jewish prophets spoke in their prophecies of a scenario similar to what we see happening today among the Palestinian people. Malachi wrote of the return of the Edomites, the Palestinian people of today and that these people would return to Israel and rebuild with borders that God would call "wicked" (Malachi 1:1-4). Ezekiel revealed the events that we see happening today, the Palestinians killing Jews and then taking the land that God has given to the Jewish people (Ezekiel 35). Obadiah, in his little book, spoke of how this conflict would end with the Jewish defeat of the Palestinians (Obadiah 15-18).

Hamas leader Haniyah's call for Palestinians to meet in Jerusalem is a call to see Bible prophecy fulfilled.