“Therefore behold, I am going to make them know—this time I will make them know My power and My might; and they shall know that My Name is Yahweh.” (Jeremiah 16: 21)
Iran’s fingerprints in Belgium? I think so.
Iran is a menacing threat to the world. Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said,
“We must have relations with the whole world except the U.S. and Zionist regime.”
As Iran’s influence grows, Iranian leaders will try to isolate the U.S. and Israel. A serious step in that direction will be an orchestrated movement to abandon the U.S. dollar as the global reserve currency.
Iran and China are moving in that direction already. It won’t take much for Russia and Saudi Arabia to join them. If those 4 nations join forces, most of the world will follow.
Obama enabled Iran’s leaders by lifting sanctions.
Now for an interesting twist, see “2 explosions at Brussels airport, 1 at subway station; 23 killed”.
Belgium and Sweden are centers for Islamist activity in Europe. Iranian leaders support Islamists every way they can wherever they are. Thanks to Obama, Iran has a lot more money with which to support them.
Things like this are just beginning to happen in the U.S. San Bernardino is one example. I believe that the American people are about to reject both major political parties and elect Donald Trump.
I know that Trump is running as a Republican, but he isn’t one. Establishment politicians in the GOP know it and reject him. The American people know it, too, but they don’t reject him.
I’ll bet ordinary Europeans like Trump, too. They have more sense than their political leaders who resemble Republicans and Democrats in the U.S.
We need to pray for Donald Trump. He needs to lean on Yahweh.
Iran may not have been involved in the latest terrorist attack in Europe, but she is not guiltless. Iran has been involved in a large number of terrorist attacks and Iran’s leaders are Islamists. So is ISIS.
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1: Khaled Abu Toameh—More Palestinian Empty Threats:
The Palestinian Authority’s endless threats to suspend security coordination with Israel are a carefully crafted bluff designed to extort more funds from Western donors, scare the Israeli public and provide a cover for its refusal to talk peace with Israel.
Many Palestinians say these threats are also intended for “internal consumption” — namely to appease Hamas and other radical factions and to refute charges that the Palestinian Authority (PA) is betraying its people by “collaborating” with Israel.
Hamas has conditioned “reconciliation” with President Mahmoud Abbas’s ruling Fatah faction in the West Bank on Fatah ending all forms of security coordination with Israel. Hamas clams that the security coordination is directed mostly against its members and supporters in the West Bank.
SnyderTalk Comment: Lies, lies, and more lies. When you think you’ve heard it all, there are even more lies.
It’s been like that since the PLO was formed in 1964. The players have changed, but the plan remains the same. It’s Yasser Arafat’s plan and his playbook.
2: Israel Hayom—Report: Istanbul suicide bomber trailed Israeli tourists:
Several Turkish media outlets reported on Monday that, contrary to initial assessments by the Turkish authorities, a group of Israeli tourists were in fact the specific target of a suicide bombing on Istanbul’s busy Istiklal Street on Saturday.
Three Israelis were killed in the suicide bombing on Saturday, which occurred on a long pedestrian avenue lined with stores and foreign consulates, and 10 Israelis were among the 36 people wounded in the blast. An Iranian man was also killed.
According the latest Turkish reports, the terrorist, whose identity has since been confirmed, had waited outside the restaurant where the group of Israelis had dined on Saturday morning, detonating himself moments after they exited the establishment, in very close proximity to them.
SnyderTalk Comment: Erdogan has incited Islamists in Turkey. Israelis shouldn’t go there, not now. It’s not safe.
If Yahweh sends you, by all means, go. If it’s just for fun, forget it.
Turkey is a beautiful place. Katie and I loved visiting Istanbul and other sites, but I won’t return until there are some dramatic political changes.
See “Erdogan’s painful lesson”. This one misses the mark. Erdogan should learn these lessons: A) if you sleep with dogs, you will wake up with fleas and B) if you are a dog, expect fleas.
3: Herb Keinon—Dennis Ross: Mistaken Assumptions of U.S. Policy toward Israel:
Dennis Ross, who dealt with Middle East issues under George H.W. Bush, as well as under Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, told the Jewish People Policy Institute on Wednesday in Jerusalem that American policy-makers from presidents Truman to Obama have held three basic assumptions regarding Israel. The first assumption is that if the U.S. would distance itself from Israel, it would gain from the Arabs. “Five administrations have done it: Eisenhower, Nixon, Carter, [George H.W.] Bush and Obama,” he said. “Every single administration that engaged in distancing never produced what they expected from the Arabs; rather than gaining from the Arabs they typically produced more Arab demands.”
The second assumption is that “if you cooperate with Israel, you lose with the Arabs.” This, too, has proven false. “They were never going to make our relationship with Israel something that would undercut their relationship to us, because that would undercut their security and survival.”
The third assumption is that “you can’t transform the region, or America’s position in the region, unless you solve the Palestinian issue.” If the Palestinian issue would be solved tomorrow, he said, all the other issues plaguing the region would still remain.
SnyderTalk Comment: See “Palestinian Poll: Two States? Two-State Solution? Two States for Two Peoples?”
4: Foundation for Defense of Democracies—IAEA Report on Iran’s Nuclear Activities Insufficient for Verification and Monitoring:
The U.S. has stressed that the Iran nuclear deal depends on robust verification and transparency, making detailed reporting on Iran’s implementation of its commitments all the more important. The International Atomic Energy Agency’s most recent report on Iran’s nuclear activities provides insufficient details on important verification and monitoring issues.
The report does not list inventories of nuclear materials and equipment or the status of key sites and facilities. Without detailed reporting, the international community cannot be sure that Iran is upholding its commitments under the nuclear deal. Over the longer term, this will hamper efforts to reach a broader conclusion that all nuclear material and activities are accounted for and for peaceful use.
SnyderTalk Comment: History repeats itself. See the article below.
5: Rabbi Benjamin Blech—Purim Then, Iran Today:
Ancient Persia of biblical times is today known as Iran.
It is now more than two millennia since the Purim story took place there and an attempted genocide against the Jewish people was miraculously aborted.
Haman of old had a plan. “Death to the Jews” was his program. Celebrating Purim is our commemoration of his failure. But history has a remarkable way of repeating itself. Haman as a person was hung but Haman as a prototype of Jew-haters lives on, renewing his efforts with ever greater dedication and perseverance.
It is from Iran, biblical home of Haman, that we are again witness to the slogan “Death to the Jews” – this time in a video released by Iranian state television. They show the launch of several ballistic missiles. They were reportedly precision guided and put Israel within striking range. Prominently painted on their warheads, in Hebrew to make sure their intended victims understood their intent, were their ultimate goal. “Israel,” they declared, “must be wiped off the face of the earth.”
“The glory which You have given Me I have given to them, that they may be one, just as We are one; I in them and You in Me, that they may be perfected in unity, so that the world may know that You sent Me, and loved them, even as You have loved Me. Father, I desire that they also, whom You have given Me, be with Me where I am, so that they may see My glory which You have given Me, for You loved Me before the foundation of the world.” (John 17: 22-24)
See “His Name is Yahweh”.