Trump to recognise Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel

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Of course roc_ over on the other place is having multiple orgasms over this latest blunder by Trump. I think though this will finally put down the pretensions of the United States that they are an "honest broker" as regards Palestine. That said coming in the wake of the Zionist military aggression against Syria this is a very sinister move indeed. Another question is will this damage the love affair that the Zionists have built up with the Saudis?
 

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Donald is about to go and do it again, that is upset some people on this forum let alone the world!

He is about to declare that Jerusalem is the true capital of Israel!

US PRESIDENT DONALD Donald Trump will recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital today, upending decades of careful US policy and ignoring dire warnings of a historic misstep that could trigger a surge of violence in the Middle East.

A senior administration official said Trump would make the landmark announcement — which flies in the face of warnings from America’s allies across the region and the world — at 1 pm (6pm Irish time) from the White House.

“He will say that the United States government recognises that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel,” a senior administration official said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

“He views this as a recognition of reality, both historic reality,” the source added, “and modern reality”.
Trump to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital despite warnings
Normally I don't see how and why it is the job of a foreign leader to tell another country what their capital city is, however in the case Trump seems decided that he must upset someone somewhere all of the time.

I'm sure this will have serious ramifications.
 

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It's not often I defend Donald Trump however on this occasion congratulations is to be offered. A wise and sensible move to recognise Jerusalem as the home of Judea and Israel.

This is great news for the Jewish people, even Christians should be onboard with this.
 

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It's not often I defend Donald Trump however on this occasion congratulations is to be offered. A wise and sensible move to recognise Jerusalem as the home of Judea and Israel.

This is great news for the Jewish people, even Christians should be onboard with this.

There are honest Jews who oppose this criminal behaviour.

 
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Hilarious. This latest example of Trump blundering around will scupper the anti-Iranian convergence between "Israel" and Saud. I have little doubt even the Tel Aviv terror regime is irked behind closed doors even if only by the timing of this move. Europe will be annoyed again.

Gaffe after gaffe after gaffe. But it's healthy that America is being slowly pushed from the world which is what happens when he does this awkward, unilateral blundering around on the world stage. Watch as it all kicks off now.
 

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Many here, millions, believe that this validates their belief that Trump was chosen by God to come to power at this moment.
He is not deciding where the capital is. He is deciding where the US recognizes as the capital.
It is a big deal.
 
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It's not often I defend Donald Trump however on this occasion congratulations is to be offered. A wise and sensible move to recognise Jerusalem as the home of Judea and Israel.

This is great news for the Jewish people, even Christians should be onboard with this.
" Then there is the sign of the abomination of desolation and all that relates to the Temple in Jerusalem. For the first time in history, this has now become a possibility. The rebuilding of the Temple was tried only once before, in the fourth century. Knowing about this is a very good example of how reading Church history enlightens one. We can find several sources about it from the fourth century: St. Cyril mentions it, as do several of the Church historians at that time. Julian the Apostate, because he had such a passion to overthrow Christianity, decided that, since Christ had prophesied that not one stone of the Temple would be left on the other, if he rebuilt the Temple, he would prove that Christ was an impostor, and therefore paganism could be restored. So he deliberately invited the Jews back to Jerusalem, and they began building the Temple with the blessing of Julian the Apostate. They would build a little in the daytime, and the next morning they would come and all the stones would be on the ground. They tried again and balls of fire began to come out of the earth.

All the historians agree on this. In fact, modern rationalist historians, because they see that they cannot deny the texts and that something did actually happen, begin to say things like, “They must have struck oil,” or “There were underground gas flues.” It was obviously a miracle of God to keep the Temple from being built, because it was not the time—the Temple is to be built only at the very end of the world. Anyway, they finally failed in their attempt and gave up the operation. Of the few stones that remained, not one was left on the other. So the prophecy was fulfilled in the time of Julian the Apostate.

But now, since 1967, the site where the Temple was before is now in the hands of the Jews. Therefore for the first time, it becomes quite possible that the Temple could be built. The only thing interfering is the great mosque which the Moslems have there. If that’s destroyed, there will probably be a war.

Only since 1948 has there been a separate state of Jews in the Holy Land. It is to the unbelieving Jews that the Antichrist will come. He will come first to the Jews and then to the whole world through the Jews; and only as this is happening will the faithful remnant of Jews finally be converted to Christianity in the very last times.

So this sign of the Temple is a very big one. When we see the Temple being built, then we know that the time is at hand, because that is definitely one of the signs of the very end. So far, of course, it’s not being built, but there are all kinds of rumors that plans have been laid, that stones are being gathered, etc. It’s obvious that the Jews are thinking about it."

Father Seraphim Rose, from the essay "Signs of the Times".
 

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Politically, it would be a highly provocative move in the region as a whole for a host of reasons simply because it would mean the US recognizing Jerusalem as the official capital of Israel with all that implies for the Holy Mount.
 

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Hilarious. This latest example of Trump blundering around will scupper the anti-Iranian convergence between "Israel" and Saud. I have little doubt even the Tel Aviv terror regime is irked behind closed doors even if only by the timing of this move. Europe will be annoyed again.

Gaffe after gaffe after gaffe. But it's healthy that America is being slowly pushed from the world which is what happens when he does this awkward, unilateral blundering around on the world stage. Watch as it all kicks off now.

A serious blow to the Al Saud family also. If they keep their close relations with the US Régime they will loose all credibility with all Muslims.
 
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