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Among the most exciting moments in this process of Redemption is watching the pieces come together. Anyone can do this. (You don't have to be a prophet!) Just by being an observer of the human scene,...current events, talk radio, internet news and daily experiences,--all this can be eye-opening about how the Rebbe's prophecy is being fulfilled.

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Are Trump/Pence Accelerating the Redemption?

I will make the peoples pure of speech so that they will all call on the name of the Lord and serve him with one purpose.” (Zephaniah 3:9)


Vice President of the United States, Mike Pence, at the Western Wall, Jerusalem, January 24, 2018

 In 1991, the Rebbe, through prophetic insight, said that Jacob’s rival, Esau, was “refined and ready for the Redemption.” The sorrows of the past at the hands of Western civilization have come to an end. The gentiles are now willing and wanting to help the Jewish nation realize their unique destiny. The Biblical Esau was red-haired and ruddy, and people have referenced President Trump as being this modern-day Esau. Whether true or not, there is no doubt that the Trump/Pence team has brought a new light to the Middle East. And Vice President Pence’s speech to the Jewish people certainly seems like the beginning of the prophecy of Zephaniah: “I will make the peoples pure of speech so that they will all call on the name of the Lord and serve him with one purpose.”


With thanks to Breaking Israel News, here are Biblical sources repeated or paraphrased by Vice President Pence in his speech to the Knesset, January 23, 2018. https://www.breakingisraelnews.com/101431/pences-biblical-knesset-address-affirms-americas-christian-connection-israel/#/


Psalm 122: 6-7: Pray for the welfare of Jerusalem; May those who love you be at peace. May there be well-being within your ramparts, peace in your citadels.

Micah 4:4: But every man shall sit under his grapevine or fig tree with no one to disturb him. For it was God of Hosts who spoke.

Deuteronomy 30: 4-5: “ Even if your outcasts are at the ends of the world, from there Hashem your God will gather you, from there He will fetch you. And Hashem your God will bring you to the land that your fathers possessed, and you shall possess it; and He will make you more prosperous and numerous than your fathers.


Isaiah 66:8: Who ever heard the like? Who ever witnessed such events? Can a land pass through travail in a single day? Or is a nation born all at once? Yet Tzion travailed and at once bore her children!

Monday, January 1, 2018

Arab Scholars Say Jerusalem Belongs to the Jews.

Ancient prophecies say that in the end of days the Arabs will see that the land of Israel belongs to the Jews, and they will give it to them willingly. You can see this starting to happen today.


UnitedWithIsrael.Org

Dec. 18, 2017

Saudi Academic: Arabs Should Accept Israel's Historic Right to Jerusalem.



"Jerusalem is a religious symbol for the Jews, [which] is just as holy for them as Mecca and Medina are for Muslims." - Abdulhameed Hakeem."
Abdulhameed Hakeem, Middle East Center for
Strategic and Legal Studies, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
A Saudi academic defended the US decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and called on Arabs to “accept” Israel’s historic roots in the holy city, a move he says can ultimately bring peace to the region.
Abdulhameed Hakeem, the head of the Middle East Center for Strategic and Legal Studies in Jeddah, said that President Donald Trump’s declaration on Jerusalem “will prompt a positive shock towards moving the stagnant water surrounding [the diplomatic] negotiations.”
“[A]s Arabs, [we] have to come an understanding with the other side and know what its demands are so that we can succeed in peace negotiation efforts,” Hakeem said in remarks to the US-based al-Hurra Arabic-language TV channel on Saturday.
“We have to admit and realize that Jerusalem is a religious symbol for the Jews, that is just as holy for them as Mecca and Medina are for Muslims,” Hakeem said.
He derided Islamic anti-Semitism, saying that it was instilled by Arab leaders for “purely political interests.”
“Arab mentality must free itself from the heritage of [former Egyptian president] Gamal Abdel Nasser and political Islam of both the Sunni and Shia sects, which has instilled for purely political interests the culture of hating Jews and denying their historic right in the region,” the scholar said.
Hakeem’s comments have prompted angry responses on social media, the UK-based Al-Araby Al-Jadeed reported, harshly condemning what they consider an appeal for the “normalization of relations” with Israel.

"Muslims of the world...have no religious basis to rule Jerusalem." - Mubarak Haidar, Pakistani historian

Mubarak Haidar, Pakistani historian
Other Muslim scholars have come forth with the truth about Jerusalem’s history.
Mobarak Haidar, a renowned Pakistani historian and author of multiple books, recently declared to the “Muslims of the world” that they “have no religious basis to rule Jerusalem.”
Following Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, Haidar posted comments on his Facebook page entitled “Jerusalem and Muslim Claims,” debunking various myths surrounding the city, which has been the capital of the Jewish people for the last 3,000 years, long before Islam was conceived.

Temple Mount complex in Jerusalem is not sacred to Muslims: Youssef Ziedan, Egyptian scholar and novelist

Youssef Ziedan, Egyptian scholar and  novelist
Renowned Egyptian scholar and novelist Youssef Ziedan conceded in an interview in December 2015 that the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem is not the Al-Aqsa Mosque referred to in the Quran, and that the Temple Mount complex in the heart of Israel’s capital is not sacred to the Muslims.
Citing ancient scholars, Ziedan said that the Al-Haram Mosque and Al-Aqsa Mosque were “on the road from Mecca to Ta’if.”
He also contested the authenticity of other stories related to Mohammed in Muslim tradition.
In fact, the Temple Mount is Judaism’s holiest site, where the First and Second Holy Temples stood. There are many artifacts discovered by archaeologists as well as historical documentation that demonstrate these ties to the site.