November 25, 2020

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visits Judea and Samaria

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JD: Mike Pompeo came into Israel to visit with the Prime Minister but at the same time he went up into the area of Judea and Samaria which is referred to by many as the West Bank. Is this not the very first time a Secretary of State has visited a Jewish settlement in that area?

WM: Well Jimmy I would have to say I think so. Of course you and I know that Ramallah for example is also technically in Judea and Samaria and we've had some Secretary of State's visit Mr. Arafat and Mr. Abbas. But if you're talking about a Jewish location then yes. Actually it was a commercial an industrial center called the Gates to Benjamin. He happens to be personal friends with people involved with the winery and he came for a short visit.

JD: That is an outstanding statement by Mike Pompeo and therefore the United States of America as to how the Trump Administration stands with the Jewish settlers many of them out there in Judea and Samaria. It's a blessing to you living there in Shiloh is it not? 

WM: Of course it is Jimmy I would have to agree with you. I managed to get a look at the picture that was taken of the I think you call it the guestbook where guest leave some of their thoughts upon coming into a institution or an event. I'm paraphrasing but he said it was a blessing to be in the land of Judea and Samaria and he hopes that he won't be the last Secretary of State to come to visit the region. Since Jimmy you and I know that many of our audience of course happen to be of the Christian faith anybody reading the New Testament or the Bible or the Scriptures those are the names, Judea and Samaria. It appears in both the Old and the New Testament and so Mike Pompeo was just making sure he knew exactly where he was.

JD: Winkie Medad with the details on the visit to Judea and Samaria by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

We report this information because it is setting the stage for Bible prophecy to be fulfilled.

Judea and Samaria is a very controversial piece of real estate. Many refer to this area as the West Bank which is a derogatory term for the Jewish people. After the six day war in 1967 religious Jews started to move into the area to build their homes, raise their families, and start their business. Now almost 700,000 Jews live in the land that God promised to give them, that's Ezekiel 34 & 37. Mike Pompeo's visit confirmed God's word.