How And Why Does Israel Have So Much Power?

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I thought isis and other groups like them are trying to force the end times islamic conditions needed for their prophecies? The only way this involves the Jews is that they will then be wiped off the face of the earth. The Jews aren’t in control of them.
 





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Bonus footage on who supports immoral wars.


This pastor is far from my path but at least he is committed to the truth about who sows mayhem and corruption on the land.
 





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God is with Israel.

It is God who made good on His written promise to bring a remnant of His people back to now listen to this His land.

The Holy land is God's own land.

Leviticus 25 23 The land must not be sold permanently, because it is Mine, and you are but foreigners and sojourners with Me.


The Kingdom of God is not of this world where the Devil is god... but God has His own little strip of land on earth known as the Holy land where Jerusalem is the City of God. And His land is not to be sold nor divided as His people have no right to do that.

So Palestinian Arabs must become Israeli citizens and obey Israeli laws if they want to live in the God of Israel's land. And many already do as 20% of Israelis are Palesinian Arabs. Or if they don't want to be Israeli law abiding citizens... they ought to move to one of the many adjacent Arab nations.

As it is Palestinian Arabs in Gaza have nothing better to do than terrorizing Israeli citizens Jews and Arabs alike with rockets and fire balloons. This is not right nor sustainable...
 





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God is with Israel. It is God who made good on His written promise to bring a remnant of His people back to now listen to this His land. The Holy land is God's own land. Leviticus 25 23 The land must not be sold permanently, because it is Mine, and you are but foreigners and sojourners with Me. The Kingdom of God is not of this world where the Devil is god... but God has His own little strip of land on earth known as the Holy land where Jerusalem is the City of God. And His land is not to be sold nor divided as His people have no right to do that. So Palestinian Arabs must become Israeli citizens and obey Israeli laws if they want to live in the God of Israel's land. And many already do as 20% of Israelis are Palesinian Arabs. Or if they don't want to be Israeli law abiding citizens... they ought to move to one of the many adjacent Arab nations.As it is Palestinian Arabs in Gaza have nothing better to do than terrorizing Israeli citizens Jews and Arabs alike with rockets and fire balloons. This is not right nor sustainable...
Pick up this video at 19:45 and learn a little ACTUAL history. bruh. And if you want to trot out bible verses, I can trot out at least 3 or 4 that say you are wrong...Logos.
 





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Canada's Updated Trade Agreement with Israel Violates International Law

"Beyond Israel’s internationally recognized border is the Palestinian territory — the West Bank, including East Jerusalem and the Gaza strip — which it has occupied since the 1967 war.

While Israel rejects that it’s the occupying power, there is a virtual wall-to-wall consensus among the international community — including the United Nations, the European Union, the International Court of Justice, the International Committee of the Red Cross and Canada — that the laws of occupation, including the Fourth Geneva Convention of 1949, apply in full to the Palestinian territory.

I am a Special Rapporteur for the United Nations Human Rights Council on the situation in the Palestinian territory, and my co-author is the secretary general of Amnesty International Canada. So we know that the laws of occupation are strict.

Among the most important prohibitions in the Fourth Geneva Convention is the absolute rule, in Article 49(6), against the transfer by the occupying power of any of its civilian population into the occupied territory.

The purpose of the prohibition is to eliminate any temptation by the occupying power to establish supportive civilian communities as a prelude to an unlawful claim for annexation and sovereignty.

Yet during its 52-year rule over the Palestinian territory, Israel has built 240 Jewish settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem that now house more than 630,000 Israeli settlers.

Barrier to peace
The United Nations has said, on a number of occasions, that the settlements are illegal and must be removed. Most recently, in December 2016, the United Nations Security Council, in Resolution 2334, stated that the Israeli settlements are “a flagrant violation under international law and a major obstacle to the achievement of a two-state solution and a just, lasting and comprehensive peace.”

The settlements are not just a legal question. As the United Nations, Amnesty International and many other organizations have documented, the Israeli settlements have had a systematic and devastating impact on Palestinian human rights.

At the core of the thickening Israeli settlement enterprise is a discriminatory two-tier system of laws governing political rights, zoning laws, roads, water and natural resources, property, public services and access to courts — all based entirely on ethnicity.

This March 2019 photo shows houses in the Israeli settlement of Ariel, in the central West Bank. Israel’s government reportedly went on a spending binge in its West Bank settlements following the election of U.S. President Donald Trump.(The Yomiuri Shimbun via AP)
Ultimately, the settlements are the engine of the Israeli occupation. They serve as the irreducible “facts on the ground” to assert Israeli sovereignty and to forestall Palestinian self-determination.

The problems with Bill C-85
On May 9, the Canadian Senate passed Bill C-85 — the Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act. Bill C-85 amends and updates the original 1997 free-trade agreement between Canada and Israel. On May 27, it received royal assent.

What is glaringly missing from the revised free-trade agreement are two fundamental provisions.

First, the new agreement lacks a human rights provision, which would commit both parties to uphold international human rights and humanitarian law.

Secondly, the agreement allows goods and services produced in the Israeli settlements to enter Canada on the same tariff-free terms as goods and services originating in Israel. Enabling the benefits of the agreement to extend to Israel’s illegal settlements in the Palestinian territory is not only contrary to Canada’s general duty to uphold international law, it expressly violates both international and Canadian law, as well as the direction of the UN Security Council.

Canadian foreign policy, as well as our own legislation, has long recognized the Israeli settlements as illegal under the Fourth Geneva Convention.

The 1957 Geneva Conventions Act commits Canada to respect the strict obligations of the convention, including the prohibition against civilian settlements in occupied territory. And the 2000 Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act designates civilian settlements in occupied territory as a war crime.

‘International law’
The UN Human Rights Council, in 2016, urged all states to ensure that:
“They are not taking actions that either recognize or assist the expansion of (Israeli) settlements … in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem, including with regard to the issue of trading with settlements, consistent with their obligations under international law.”​

Yet this is exactly what the free-trade pact does. It makes no distinction between Israel and its illegal settlements in the Palestinian territory, and it provides encouragement to the economic growth of the settlements by allowing their goods and services to enter Canada tariff-free.

Treating the Israeli settlements as part of Israel, and extending the benefits of our open market to settlements’ goods and services, entangles Canada in the serious violations of both international human rights and humanitarian law that are part and parcel of the Israeli occupation.

With its eyes wide open, the Canadian government is extending economic benefits and political cover to an illegal enterprise at a time when these settlements are undermining the chances for peace and generating systematic human rights violations."
 





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"Beyond Israel’s internationally recognized border is the Palestinian territory — the West Bank, including East Jerusalem and the Gaza strip — which it has occupied since the 1967 war.
If those are Palestinian territories, how did Israel capture them from Egypt and Jordan?

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In less than a week, the young nation had captured the ... Gaza Strip from Egypt, [and] the West Bank and East Jerusalem from Jordan.​
When did they become "Palestinian" territories? If there were always Palestinian lands, does that mean that Egypt and Jordan were occupiers, too? Why or why not?
 





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#hijackednations #nomorewarsforisrael
Re: The Dancing mossad terrorists who took pictures of the Twin Towers.
Adam Green Know More News on FFW News w/ Dr. Kevin Barrett
I watched that (last) Saturday, it was epic to have those two together. Barrett deserves recognition for exposing truth over the last 20 years and more. Thanks to you I've listened every week and look forward to the next. I think this is one article they were referencing in the discussion (the comments section is full of interesting dialogue):

ISRAEL'S ROLE IN 9/11

"To be sure, 9/11 was a gift to Israel and it is a gift that keeps on giving. America is at war in a number of Muslim countries and its troops blanket the Middle East, to include a base in Israel dedicated to the defense of that country. It is all a result of the Global War on Terror and the GWOT started with 9/11. And just maybe it was a fire that was ignited by Israel."
 





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