Events in the Middle East are moving towards a climax, and the Global March to Jerusalem, March 30,2012, is ratcheting the scenario up another few notches. The stated aim of this “global march” is to liberate Jerusalem and other occupied Palestinian territories from the “illegal Zionist occupation”.
Benjamin Netanyahu himself has seemingly gone out of his way recently to add fuel to the fire:
Speaking at a press conference during his visit to Switzerland, the Israeli premier said that “would be no Lebanon in the new world map.”
Lebanese President Michel Sleiman roundly condemned Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s war threat but the fact remains that sabre-rattling has been moved onto a new level and Netanyahu has done nothing to improve Israel’s international image.
I would dare to suggest that everything taking place at this moment is part of a greater design. Men in high places have ordained that 2012 will be a year of deep global change. We are preparing for a New World Order that can only be birthed out of conflict and Israel is central to the plan. And, although it sounds preposterous, Jerusalem and a Jewish Temple are the very heartbeat of what is taking place.
The novel, OpusDei has the story, here is an excerpt:
“You’ve sent me in to cover every other aspect of the story,” Pierre protested, “give me the opportunity to write this one.”
His editor, Georges Shamar, gave a click of the tongue and tossed his head in the typical Lebanese manner of negation.
“You’re crazy to want to go into Israel,” he said. “Around the world, synagogues are being burned, their sacred writings are being destroyed and the streets are running with Jewish blood. You think they want any extra Arabs in Jerusalem at the moment?”
“So give me a chance to try; you’ve nothing to lose.”
“Look, Pierre,” the editor said patiently. “Lebanon hasn’t been as hard hit as Europe and the States so far, but it could happen. I think this is a good time to stay at home.”
Pierre nodded. “I know what you’re saying,” he agreed, “but I’d still like the opportunity to cover this story. To the average Jew, this is different from any past conflict. Symbolically, when the Dome was destroyed, Muslim domination over Jerusalem was broken. They know there’s a possibility they’ll be able to rebuild the temple in accordance with the prophecies. Israel will fight as she’s never fought before.”
Shamar raised his eyebrows speculatively. “I confess I don’t give a damn what they do with their temple right now,” he said. “If the Muslim nations unite against her, we’re right in the firing line. I doubt somehow whether Syria and Turkey will allow us observer status.”
The telephone on his desk rang and he picked up the receiver. After a moment’s conversation, he set it down and looked across at Pierre. “Forget about Israel,” he said. “Jean de Bar is to address the United Nations on the global crisis on Wednesday.”
Pierre stared at Shamar. “De Bar?”
His editor nodded. “The media’s hinting that he’s our next President of the EU. If you’re prepared to brave the ‘flu pandemic, that’s the story I want you to cover.”
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