Front Row Tickets to the Gog and Magog War

You Have Front Row Tickets to the Gog and Magog War!

The United Nations Resolution 181. In review. If this Bill is passed by The UN, World Government will enforce Israel to go Back to their 1967 Border, All the Land they Won from Jordan, Egypt and Syria will have to be given back to the Countries of Origin.

Meaning the West-bank to Egypt , Old Judea and Jerusalem to Jordan and Golan Heights to Syria.

This Israel will Never do. They will maybe consider trading The West Bank for a Share Agreement on Temple Mount in Jerusalem, to Build there 3rd Jewish Temple,But Giving Up Jerusalem and Golan Heights will not Happen and this, Bible Prophecy Confirms.

This will then be the reason for World War against Israel as the UN will declare war against Israel, as per the Gog and Magog war. a Russian and Iran led army will attack Israel for this enforcement regulations. Then God will fight on Israels behalf and 5 out of every 6 troops of this 200 Million strong army will die in Gods hands.

You and the World will Have front row Tickets as it gets Broadcast-ed World Wide!
Ezekiel 38 and 39. The Gog and Magog War!

God will win this war against the UN Forces and then a Peace Agreement will be on the Table , called the 7 Year Peace Agreement arranged by the Jewish Messiah to be revealed as the Antichrist , The Leader of the New World Order.

Articles in the News, 9 Dec 2016

UN officials State : Israels Regulation Law violates international law
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights blasts Regulation Law, warns it will have “far-reaching consequences”.

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein Reuters
The UN human rights chief on Thursday (8 Dec 2016) slammed the “Regulation Law”, which passed its first reading in the Knesset on Wednesday, saying it would clearly violate international law.

“I strongly urge lawmakers to reconsider their support for this bill, which if enacted, would have far-reaching consequences and would seriously damage the reputation of Israel around the world,” said UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, according to AFP.

“In enabling the use of land privately-owned by Palestinians for Israeli settlements without the owners’ consent, this legislation would violate international law,” he added.

“Israel as the occupying power, must respect the private property of Palestinians, regardless of whether or not compensation is provided,” said Al Hussein.

“All Israeli settlements — whether outposts built without formal approval but often with the support of the Israeli authorities and which are currently illegal under Israeli law, or settlements approved by Israel — are clearly and unequivocally illegal under international law and constitute one of the main obstacles to peace,” he charged.

“They are also the principal cause of a wide range of human rights violations inside the occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem.”
The bill would allow the Israeli government to recognize construction built with government assistance and in good faith — meaning those outposts whose builders were not aware they were constructing on private land. If the original owners of the land are known, they would be eligible to receive financial compensation from the government.

The legislation, which still needs to pass two more readings at the Knesset in order to become law, has come under fire by the international community.
Earlier on Thursday, the European Union expressed its “strong opposition” to the Regulation Law.

“If it passes, this would be the first law adopted by the Knesset on the status of land in the West Bank, an occupied territory not under its jurisdiction. Senior members of the Israeli government have called this a step toward annexation of the West Bank,” the EU statement read.

“Recalling that settlements are illegal under international law, constitute an obstacle to peace and threaten to make the two-state solution impossible, the European Union reiterates its strong opposition, in line with the position of the Middle East Quartet, to Israel’s settlement policy and all actions taken in this context,” it added.

The State Department blasted the law as well earlier this week, warning it “would be profoundly damaging to the prospects for a two-state solution”.
On Monday, shortly after the bill passed its preliminary reading, the UN’s envoy to the Middle East, Nickolay Mladenov, blasted the legislation, claiming it “has the objective of protecting illegal settlements built on private Palestinian property in the West Bank.”

“It is a very worrying initiative. I encourage Israeli legislators to reconsider such a move that would have far-reaching legal consequences across the occupied West Bank,” added the envoy.

Germany: Israeli bill violates international law
Berlin “extremely concerned” about Israel’s plans for legalising settlement homes built on private Palestinian land.
The last round of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks collapsed in April 2014 because of settlements
Germany has urged Israel in unusually strong language to scrap legislation that would legalise Israeli settlement homes built on private Palestinian land in the occupied West Bank, saying it would break international law.
A German foreign ministry spokesman said on Wednesday the government was “extremely concerned” about the development.

“Such a bill violates international law,” he said, adding Israel would undermine its commitment to finding a “two-state solution” – a Palestinian state in territory Israel captured in a 1967 war – if the bill were passed.
Israel to ban public address systems
Asked whether Germany and the European Union should punish Israel with economic or diplomatic sanctions, the spokesman said: “We don’t think that sanctions would be the right path in this case to make headway in the Middle East peace process.”

Germany tends to be more reserved than other European nations in its criticism of Israel because of the legacy of the Nazi Holocaust.
But it has objected in the past few years to Israeli settlement expansion on land Palestinians want for a state.
Israeli officials are also concerned the bill could provide grounds for prosecution by the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu himself cited possible court action when he initially opposed the legislation promoted by the far-right Jewish Home party and its leader Naftali Bennett.
Palestinians condemned the bill as a land grab in territory they seek for a state.

Israel’s parliament gave initial approval on Monday to a revised bill on the settlement homes. It must pass three more votes at unspecified future dates before becoming law.
Israeli settlement expansion blatant violation of international law: Iran
The Iranian Foreign Ministry has strongly condemned a recent Israeli bill to legalize some 4,000 settler units in the occupied West Bank, saying the Tel Aviv regime’s settlements are a “mass and blatant violation” of international law.

The illegitimate nature of the Israeli regime is based on the occupation of Palestinian lands, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi said on Friday.

“The [Israeli] regime’s settlement plan is against regulations and principles recognized by the international community, particularly international human rights and international humanitarian law,” he added.
He emphasized that those who are behind such moves are flagrantly violating international law and “must be prosecuted.”
“The settlements are a serious obstacle to the materialization of the Palestinian people’s right to self-determination,” Qassemi said.
The Iranian spokesperson urged all “government and international institutions” to make use of all possible means at their disposal “in order to oblige the Zionist regime [Israel] to abide by international rules and principles.”

He also called on governments, the United Nations and other relevant bodies not to suffice to merely condemning the Israeli moves in words without taking any practical measure.
The world bodies make an “immediate and practical” move to “stop the continuation of inhuman and illegal activities of this regime and prevent [the construction of] new settlements in Palestine,” Qassemi said.
Israeli lawmakers on Wednesday approved a hugely-controversial bill legalizing some 4,000 settler units built on private Palestinian land in the occupied West Bank.

In the first of three readings needed to turn the bill into law, 57 members of the Knesset voted to approve the draft legislation while 51 opposed.
More than half a million Israelis live in over 230 illegal settlements built since the 1967 Israeli occupation of the West Bank and East Jerusalem al-Quds, another Palestinian territory.
The Palestinian Authority wants the West Bank as part of a future independent Palestinians state, with East al-Quds as its capital.
Built on occupied land, the settlements are internationally condemned as illegal and equal to land grab.

The United States, Israel’s oldest and strongest ally, Germany, the country least critical among its fellow European nations of Tel Aviv, United Nations officials, and the European Union have voiced strong criticism of the bill.
In a Thursday statement, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein condemned as “unequivocally illegal” the Israeli bill and called on elements inside the Tel Aviv regime to revise their support for the bill.
The international community regards all settlements as illegal. The Tel Aviv regime has, however, continued to expand its illegal construction activities, defying warnings that the move could hamper the so-called Middle East peace talks.