The Battle Over the Temple Mount
"He even mentioned to me once that they were having a real problem trying to solve the Israel-Palestinian problem. And he talked to me once about [that] they were playing with the idea of bringing Israel to Arizona, and taking all the people from Israel and giving everybody a million dollars and setting up Israel in the State of Arizona to end that problem. That's a problem that they're not in charge of, in a sense. They're not controlling that problem." - Aaron Russo on His Conversations with Nick Rockefeller About the the Council on Foreign Relations and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (first 41 seconds of the video above)
a little season," the devil will stand in the holy place, claiming to be God, and he will deceive many with his signs and wonders.
Jesus answered, "My kingdom is not of this world." (John 18:36)
Israel's oppression of the Palestinian people is not surprising, for they have rejected Christ as the Messiah, along with His message to love your enemies. The Zionists in the State of Israel (who follow the Talmud rather than the Torah) are looking for a physical kingdom from which a physical king will reign (just as the Jews of the first century who rejected Christ were looking for a physical kingdom and a physical king), which is why they believe (along with many misguided Christians) that they are entitled to the land occupied by the Palestinians and, most importantly, the temple mount.
The deception by the devil in guiding the Zionists to construct a physical temple for a physical king to reign from Jerusalem for a "millennium" will serve the plan of God — it will be upon this final scene, with the false messiah ruling for "a little season" from the holy place in Jerusalem, showing himself that he is God, that Christ will return in the clouds of heaven for the judgment of the nations. (This deception by the devil will serve the purpose of God just as the rejection of Christ by some in Israel served the purpose of God — and this was to deliver the Gospel to the Gentiles, who now, through faith, partake of the blessings to the fathers and join with believing Jews to constitute the true Israel of God, the Church of Jesus Christ.)The true Messiah, Christ, will never reign from a physical temple made by human hands; however, the false messiah will reign on this earth for "a little season" from the holy place in Jersualem, and he will deceive many with his signs and wonders — "and all the world, whose names were not written in the book of life from the foundation of the world, will wonder after the beast who shall ascend out of the bottomless pit, and go into perdition." This is "the abomination that maketh desolate set up," spoken of by Daniel the prophet. "When ye therefore shall see the abomination of desolation stand in the holy place (whoso readeth, let him understand), then let them which be in Judaea flee into the mountains."
God that made the world and all things therein, seeing that He is Lord of heaven and earth, dwelleth not in temples made with hands. (Acts 17:24)
And the temple of God was opened in heaven, and there was seen in His temple the ark of His testament. (Revelation 11:19)
The goal of the New Jerusalem Covenant Project is to create the plan by which Antichrist can solve the Middle East crisis; Antichrist will use this crisis to stage his appearance in the world. Antichrist is supposed to appear at the end of the Middle East crisis (World War III). The prophetic reality of Daniel 9:24-27, Matthew 24:15 and Revelation 11:1-12 is that the new Temple will be built after World War III and will produce the Man of Sin. Thus, the Illuminati plans to destroy the Dome of the Rock during the World War III fighting so that their Antichrist can rebuild Solomon's Temple. This reality means that Arabs will retain control over the Temple Mount until the moment Antichrist comes to the world scene and seizes it for the Jews so his temple can be created. "Peace and safety" will be heralded, and the leaders of the major nations will be busy taking credit for their "brilliant" leadership that seemingly finally solved the deeply engrained religious strife in and around Jerusalem that has plagued mankind for the past 1,400 years.- David Bay, Cutting Edge Ministries
By Adrian Blomfield, Telegraph
April 30, 2010
The US president is proposing to hand control of the Middle East peace process to the international community unless there is a breakthrough in the next few months, Israeli officials have said.
Mr Obama has formulated a secret plan with leading European allies to convene an international peace conference by the end of the year, according to Israel's Haaretz newspaper.
The move would fulfil one of Israel's deepest fears by effectively stripping the Jewish state of its power to dictate the course of talks.
The conference would attempt to end decades of Israeli-Palestinian conflict by pressing both sides to accept difficult compromises on issues ranging from the future of millions of Palestinian refugees to the status of Jerusalem.
Mr Obama is also eager to gain international recognition for the creation of a Palestinian state.
Officials in the government of Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, have voiced their dismay in recent weeks over reports that Mr Obama was planning an effective takeover of negotiations by imposing his own peace deal on the two sides.
Such a step, they said, would undermine indirect peace talks, brokered by the US, that could begin as early as next month.
Mr Obama has strenuously denied considering such an idea, but observers have said it is likely the US president would have developed it as a contingency plan.
Since taking office last year, the Mr Obama's efforts to broker an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal have faltered badly. Trust between the two sides has all but evaporated in a row over Mr Netanyahu's Jewish settlement policy in the West Bank and East Jerusalem, which also triggered a noxious row between Israel and the United States.
Although both the Israelis and Palestinians have indicated their willingness to resume talks, suspicions linger and negotiations will not be held face to face.
Alon Pinkas, a former Israeli diplomat close to the Obama administration, said it seemeed plausible that officials in Washington would consider taking matters into their own hands.
"An international conference involving the EU, China and Russia is more of a recipe for chaos than a practical political blueprint," he said. "But anything is better than the status quo."Fearing that it will deprive them of ownership of the peace process, the Israeli and Palestinian leaderships are both likely to oppose a conference.
"The idea that you can have instant peace like instant coffee is an illusion," said an Israeli official.According to Haaretz, the conference would be convened under the auspices of the Quartet for Middle East peace, whose membership comprises the United States, the EU, the UN and Russia.
"If you enforce a time limit and then introduce an imposed solution if they don't succeed after a period, then it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy: you're going to guarantee the talks won't succeed."
It would mark the first time in 17 years of Israeli-Palestinian negotiations that the United States had handed control of the peace process to the international community.
Obama Plan: Temple Mount Under Arab-Muslim Sovereignty, Israel National News, August 23, 2009
By David Bay, Cutting Edge Ministries
August 24, 2009
There is no doubt that the Illuminati plans to address the issue of sovereignty over the Temple Mount.
In NEWS1052, I report that the New England Director of the House of Theosophy stated that one of the "breakthrough" events in allowing Antichrist to appear would be the creation of a single worship center for all Monotheistic faiths in the region, i.e., Jews, Muslims, Christians. However, the Director refused to answer my specific question as to whether this combination worship center would be built on the Temple Mount.
"As the U.N. General Assembly meets in late September, Obama aims to announce the opening of a new negotiating process between Israelis and Palestinians, along with 'confidence-building' steps by Israel, the Palestinian Authority and a number of Arab governments ... Obama 'will probably lay out at least a partial vision of the two-state settlement that all sides now say they support, and the course that negotiations should take. More significantly, he intends to set an ambitious timetable for completing the peace deal -- something that will please Arabs but may irritate Israel'."I cannot fathom how Prime Minister Netanyahu could force this part of the plan for a Palestinian State down Israel's throat. The Temple Mount Faithful has created a cornerstone for the next Temple and enjoys wide public support. Even many secular Jews support the building of a new Jewish Temple on the Temple Mount, which means that Israel must control that area.
Could immensely strong Orthodox resistance to Arab control over the Temple Mount lead to a public campaign against them which would erode their power by making them appear to be unrealistic and too radical? After all, the Director of the House of Theosophy in Boston stated that one of the major goals of the "New Jerusalem Covenant Project" was to eliminate the Orthodox influence in Israel.
We can only wait to see how this Palestinian State plan unfolds, but one matter is certain: events are going to be very interesting and will fulfill prophecy.
Prophecies of Daniel 9:24-27, Matthew 24:15 and Revelation 11:1-12 reveal that Solomon's Temple is built for Antichrist to use. This prophetic reality means that the new Temple is built after the World War III, which is designed to produce the Man of Sin. Most significantly, the Illuminati Plan, as revealed in "The Armageddon Script," states that the New David (Antichrist) will travel to the Temple Mount and stand amongst the "rubble of the Dome of the Rock" ( p. 233-35).
Thus, the Illuminati plans to destroy the Dome of the Rock during the World War III fighting so that their Antichrist can rebuild Solomon's Temple. This reality means that Arabs will retain control over the Temple Mount until the moment Antichrist comes to the world scene and seizes it for the Jews so his temple can be created.
These are exciting times in which to live, don't you think?
December 8, 2009
European Union foreign ministers have agreed that Jerusalem should be the capital of both Israel and a future Palestinian state following two days of talks in Brussels.
The ministers dropped an earlier proposal by the Swedish EU presidency to explicitly support the idea of East Jerusalem as the eventual capital of Palestine.
The meeting adopted a text stating that Jerusalem should provide "the future capital of the two states," as part of a negotiated settlement.
The Israeli government had denounced the Swedish proposal, calling it a "dangerous" threat to peace efforts and saying it would undermine the EU's role as a Middle East peace mediator.
The text talks of a "contiguous" as well as viable Palestinian state, something which would require the inclusion of part of Jerusalem, and also states that the EU "has never recognised the annexation of East Jerusalem."
Israel captured the area in the 1967 Six Day War, immediately annexed it and claims all of the city as its eternal capital.
The agreed EU statement said that "the European Union will not recognise any changes to the pre-1967 borders."
The issue had been subject to intense discussion among the European ministers, with some nations wanting to keep the mention of East Jerusalem in the text and others reluctant to be seen as prejudging the result of any eventual Middle East peace deal.
Jean Asselborn, Luxembourg's foreign minister, was one of the ministers most supportive of the original Swedish proposal.
East Jerusalem is "not part of Israel," he said.Others EU nations, notably Germany, Italy and the Czech Republic, said they were reluctant to be seen to be imposing a settlement on Israel and the Palestinians.
"To decide here in Brussels what the future status of Jerusalem should be would be very frustrating for the negotiators," said Franco Frattini, Italy's foreign minister.Nour Odeh, Al Jazeera's correspondent in Ramallah, said that Salam Fayed, the prime minister of the Palestinian Authority, had provisionally welcomed the EU statement.
Acknowledging the EU position:
Fayed said it was a "step on the way to having the international community assume its direct responsibility towards ending the Israeli occupation of all the Palestinian territory occupied since 1967."Tim Friend, Al Jazeera's correspondent in Brussels, said:
But the Palestinian PM also said any political settlement must enable "the Palestinian people to exercise self-determination, as well as the establishment of an independent and sovereign state, with East Jerusalem as its capital."
"Many observers are saying that Europe filling a vacuum left by the US ,while it's pre-occupied with other international issues, might [allow Europe to] become much more of a key player in the Middle East peace process."Israeli 'annexation'
Nir Barkat, Jerusalem's mayor, has written an open letter to Catherine Ashton, the new EU foreign policy chief, warning of the possible consequences of splitting up the city.
"Throughout the history of the world, there is not one important city that was divided that functioned successfully.Scores of Palestinians protested in front of the French and Swedish consulates in Jerusalem to support the EU presidency's initiative on East Jerusalem.
"They either reunited or ceased to function properly. The lesson is too clear. Jerusalem must stay united."
A confidential report by EU heads of mission in Jerusalem last week accused Israel of actively pursuing the annexation of the east of the city and undermining hopes for peace with Palestinians.
December 12, 2009
Current EU president Sweden has proposed that the body recognize East Jerusalem as Palestinian capital.
The current holder of the rotating European Union presidency, Sweden, has put together a draft document calling for the division of Jerusalem between Israel and a future Palestinian state and implying that the EU would recognize a unilateral Palestinian declaration of statehood.
Haaretz has obtained a copy of the document (below) that has sparked criticism by Israel, which claims that such a move would further harm the chances of renewing the Mideast peace process.