December 03, 2012

European leaders have declared war on Jewish settlers and they want Jerusalem to be divided

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European leaders are calling for the Jewish settlers living in Judea and Samaria to be blacklisted and they say they will ban these settlers from entering the EU while at the same time, these European leaders are encouraging the radical PLO to become more active in the Eastern section of Jerusalem.

The division of Jerusalem is on the agenda of these EU leaders because they say there will be no peace in the Middle East unless there is a portion of Jerusalem as the capital of a Palestinian state while the Israelis say that Jerusalem will never be divided.

Jimmy's Prophetic Prospective on the News

As EU leaders declare war on the Jewish settlers and call for the division of the city of Jerusalem, a student of Bible prophecy can see better in focus the end of time scenario that the Lord gave to the ancient Jewish prophets more than 2000 years ago.

The EU leaders that have the task of helping direct the foreign policy for the Europeans are making moves to stop all funding for the construction of any new building projects in the area referred to as the  West Bank by some but is in reality the ancient biblical lands known as Judea and Samaria. The Jewish settlers claim that their presence in Judea and Samaria actually helps the peace process. This discussion will continue.

When one looks at the Bible for an answer to this very sticky issue, they will find that the Lord did promise this piece of real estate where the Jewish settlers have built their homes and raised their families, that this land called Judea and Samaria does belong to them, Ezekiel 34:11-30. Deuteronomy 30 is the Land Covenant which promises the Jews much more than Judea and Samaria ultimately in the future. As it relates to the Palestinian claims to this land, the prophet Malachi wrote that the Palestinians, the descendants of Esau, the Edomites, would return to this land and setup borders, which the Lord said would be the "borders of wickedness", Malachi 1.

The debate will continue related to the Jewish settlements, but rest assured, Bible prophecy will indeed be fulfilled.