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A WIN-WIN PLAN FOR NETANYAHU

PRIME MINISTER MUST ABANDON HIS CURRENT COURSE!

  By Caroline B. Glick

March 11/11. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is stuck between a diplomatic rock and a political hard place. And his chosen means of extricating himself from the double bind is only making things worse for him and for Israel.

Diplomatically, Netanyahu is beset by the Palestinian political war to delegitimize Israel and the Obama administration's escalating hostility. That hostility was most recently expressed during President Barack Obama's meeting with American Jewish leaders on March 1.

Insinuating that Israel is to blame for the absence of peace in the Middle East, Obama scolded Jewish leaders telling them to "search your souls," over Israel's seriousness about making peace.

Obama's newest threat is that through the so-called Middle East Quartet, (Russia, the UN, the EU and the US), the administration will move towards supporting the Palestinian plan to declare Palestinian statehood. That state would include all of Judea and Samaria, Gaza and eastern, southern and northern Jerusalem. Since it would not be established in the framework of a peace treaty with Israel, and since its leaders reject Israel's right to exist, "Palestine" would be born in a de facto state of war with Israel

Netanyahu to abandon his current course and tell the truth about the nature of the Palestinians, their rejection of Israel, their anti-Americanism and their support for jihadist terror.

At the same time, Netanyahu must speak unambiguously about Israel's national rights to Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria, our required security borders, and about why US national security requires a strong Israel.

READ COMPLETE  ARTICLE>  http://carolineglick.com/


WILL THE PALESTINIANS RISE UP TOO?

IF THEY DO, THEY WILL BE SHOOTING IN ALL DIRECTIONS!

 March 11/11. Will the popular uprisings that brought down Zine El Abidine Ben Ali and Hosni Mubarak, and which are threatening to topple other Arab dictators, arrive one day in the Palestinian territories? This is the question that many Palestinians have been asking in wake of the antigovernment tsunami sweeping the Arab world in recent weeks.

When and if the Palestinians revolt, they will be shooting in all directions: against Fatah, Hamas, Israel, the UN, the US and many Western powers and Arab regimes that allegedly turned their backs on them all these years.

Signs of the impending intifada are already evident on a number of Facebook campaigns launched by disgruntled Palestinian youths.

“ ****  Hamas! ****  Israel! ****  Fatah! ****  UNRWA! ****  USA!” shouted a posting by one of the youth groups in the Gaza Strip.

“We, the youth in Gaza, are so fed up with Israel, Hamas, the occupation, the violations of human rights and the indifference of the international community. We want to scream and break this wall of silence, injustice and indifference like the Israeli F-16s breaking the wall of sound.”

Inspired by the uprisings in the Arab world, young Palestinian men and women are now using the Internet to stage similar campaigns in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

One group wants to launch an intifada against Israel, while a second wants to organize a mass protest next week to demand that Hamas and Fatah end their power struggle.

Even Hamas and Fatah have discovered the power of Facebook. Each one of the two rival parties has in recent weeks been inciting Palestinians to revolt against the other.

Fatah and Hamas are obviously not happy with the Facebook campaigns that are urging Palestinians to take to the streets to achieve their goals.

Fatah is worried that mass demonstrations in the West Bank would undermine the Western-backed Palestinian Authority which, in the eyes of its enemies, had aligned itself with US “puppets” in the Arab world. As far as some Palestinians are concerned, Mahmoud Abbas is not much different than other corrupt dictators in the Arab world.

WHEN SOME Palestinians tried to organize a small demonstration in the center of Ramallah in support of the Egyptian revolution, Abbas sent his policemen to disperse them by force. He later banned a popular political satire program from mocking Libyan tyrant Muammar Gaddafi on Palestine TV.

Earlier, Abbas had issued an order banning criticism of the emir of Qatar, Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, in the Palestinian media. The decision came after Fatah supporters chanted anti-Qatar slogans during protests against Al Jazeera’s Palestine Papers, which claim that Abbas and his negotiators had mad far-reaching concessions to Israel on the issues of Jerusalem and refugees.

Similarly, Hamas has been giving the Facebook youth a hard time. In the past two weeks, its leaders sent policemen in civilian clothes to break up a gathering of Internet activists who called for an end to the Hamas-Fatah crisis. Hamas has also summoned dozens of activists for questioning over their role in organizing demonstrations through Facebook.

Yet the clampdown on the Facebook youth in the West Bank and Gaza Strip has also been accompanied by a number of measures by Hamas and Fatah to avoid popular uprisings.

Abbas was the first to respond to the events in Tunisia and Egypt. One day after Hosni Mubarak was forced to resign, he called new elections for president, parliament and municipalities.

The power struggle between Hamas and Fatah, which began after the Islamist movement won the January 2006 parliamentary vote, has prevented agreement on new elections. Presidential and local elections were supposed to be held in early 2009, while Palestinians were supposed to vote for a new Palestinian Legislative Council in January 2010.

In addition to the decision to call new elections by September (which seems unlikely to happen in light of Hamas’s refusal to allow the vote to take place in the Gaza Strip), Abbas also did what other Arab leaders have already done: reshuffle the cabinet.

Prime Minister Salam Fayyad, whose government had never been approved by parliament, has been asked to form a new cabinet that would consist of representatives of as many factions as possible.

In keeping with the spirit of the current Arab uprisings, Fayyad chose to go on Facebook to “consult” with Palestinian youths about the makeup of his new cabinet and to listen to the their demands and grievances.

However, his efforts to persuade factions to join his cabinet have thus far run into obstacles. First, Hamas said it would never join any cabinet headed by Fayyad. Second, Fatah has also come out against Fayyad for offering to include Hamas in his cabinet unconditionally and for “marginalizing” the secular faction, which is headed by Abbas.

Fatah fears that Fayyad’s latest initiative to invite Hamas into his cabinet would perpetuate the political split between the West Bank and Gaza Strip, especially after reports suggesting that the prime minister was prepared to allow the Islamist movement to retain security control over the Strip.

Hamas leaders have also not remained indifferent to the tsunami sweeping the Arab world. They too have announced plans to reshuffle the cabinet of Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh in the near future. Moreover, the tone of many Hamas leaders has suddenly changed, with many talking about the significance of reforms and democracy.

To avoid being held responsible for thwarting national unity, Hamas and Fatah have separately come out with initiative aimed at ending the power struggle between them.

Many Palestinians are convinced that, under the current circumstances, achieving unity between Hamas and Fatah has become an impossible mission. “All the Facebook revolutions in the world won’t solve the crisis, because the gap between the two parties is too wide,” said political analyst Ghassan Shehadeh. “Palestinians will have to live with the two regimes until a new leadership emerges one day.”

Another analyst, Suhail Kiwan, believes that it’s not the Palestinians who are divided, but their leaders. “Unity can’t be achieved under the two leaderships [of Hamas and Fatah],” he concluded. “The two sides have been hurting each other very badly. Hamas supporters in the West Bank are oppressed, just like their Fatah rivals in the Gaza Strip. The motto of unity would never be achieved unless new leaderships emerge on both sides and put the interests of Palestinians and freedom above factional and ideological considerations.”

http://www.jpost.com/Features/FrontLines/Article.aspx?id=211680


SOMETHING BIG IS ABOUT TO HAPPEN !

By Carl Worline – raptureready.com

The entire world is on edge because everyone senses that something big is about to happen. 

Christians know that either the Rapture of the Church or the battle described in Psalm 83 is about to occur. Many Muslims in the Islamic world think their Mahdi is about to return. Members of the New Age Movement look for the arrival of their Maitreya at any moment. 

Jesus told us in Matthew 24:7-8 that His return would be preceded by upheavals in nature which He likened to the birth pangs of a woman about to give birth, increasing in intensity and frequency as the moment of the arrival of the child draws ever closer.

Has the frequency and intensity of earthquakes been increasing during the past decade?Absolutely. Has the frequency and intensity of violent and extreme weather been increasing?  Yes. 

What about volcanic eruptions? Famines? Floods? Droughts? Not only is the answer to all of these questions definitely yes, but the increase in the frequency and intensity of all of these upheavals has been terrifyingly dramatic.

To get a better look at where we are along then timeline of the last days we need to take a look at the impending food crisis we are facing. Today 1 out of every 6 people on this planet goes to sleep each night without getting enough to eat and 34,000 people die each day from famine related causes. This is horrifying enough, but things are about to get a lot worse. 

China is the top producer of wheat in the world. The droughts and dust storms in 2010 have been the worst southwestern China has seen in a century. 

India is the second largest producer of wheat in the world and is suffering through a record heat wave and water crisis that has badly decimated their crops. 

Russia is the third largest wheat producer in the world and accounts for 10 percent of total world output. Last year massive wildfires stretched across 7 regions in Russia when temperatures reached their highest level since they started keeping records 130 years ago. 

France is the fourth largest producer of wheat in the world and just recently lowered their wheat crop forecasts due to cold weather and drought. 

Canada is the fifth largest wheat producer in the world and has suffered reduced grain production due to severe drought in their western provinces. 

The Ukraine is the sixth largest producer of wheat and the top producer of barley in the world. They have suffered from the same fires and drought that Russia has endured to the point they have suspended all of the grain exports for 2011. 

Australia is the seventh largest producer of wheat in the world. Flooding has covered an area in Australia equal in size to that of France and Germany combined, with water 30 feet deep in some places, destroying crops. 

Pakistan is the eighth largest producer in the world. In 2010 floods in Pakistan covered 17 million acres of their most fertile crop land and did not subside in time for farmers to meet the deadline for planting new seeds for the fall harvest. 

In addition, historic floods and droughts have destroyed crops in the major grain producing areas of South America. During the winter of 2010-2011 snow fell in 49 of our 50 states here in the US where massive numbers of crops were wiped out. While this was taking place South Korea destroyed millions of farm animals infected with hoof-and-mouth disease. Honeybees and bumble bees continue to die off across North America further reducing food production due to lack of adequate pollination. These are just some of the disasters that have recently occurred which will cause increased famines throughout the world starting right now.

If major worldwide food shortages are a very real possibility this spring then it could very well mean that the third horseman of the apocalypse is, even now, placing the saddle on the black horse and is preparing to ride. If the book of Revelation is chronological, as I believe that it is, then the rider of the white horse (the anti-Christ) and the rider of the red horse, who brings war and destruction, are saddled up and preparing to ride out as well. No wonder the entire world is on edge.

I find it difficult to describe, but it seems like there is a strong electric charge in the air that is causing anxiety around our planet. Uprisings are springing up in every corner of the world. People are spontaneously taking to the streets in Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Bahrain, Algeria, Jordan, the Palestinian Territories, Yemen, Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Djibouti, Nigeria, Morocco, Mauritania, Sudan, Ivory Coast, Albania, Pakistan, Syria, Belgrade, Serbia, Croatia, and China. 

Western mainstream media has attempted to explain these spontaneous uprisings as a longing for freedom and democracy by the oppressed nations of the world, but this reasoning seems a bit hollow and empty. Something far more complex, and I believe supernatural, is taking place and it is incredibly powerful.

The world economy is far too deeply in debt to recover and is teetering on the brink of collapse. The world banking system is a house of cards that is being artificially propped up by its own bankrupt members. 

Read more in the full article>

http://www.raptureready.com/soap/worline1.html


27 Earthquakes above six in two days

GEOSCIENCE AUSTRALIA

11 & 12 March 2011

SIZE

 Near East coast of Honshu, Japan

12/03/2011

01:47:20

37.9164

142.391

50

6.8

Off east coast of Honshu, Japan

12/03/2011

01:47:19

37.92

142.39

50

6.8

Off east coast of Honshu, Japa

12/03/2011

01:46:14

37.4035

142.4733

0

6.2

Off East Coast of Honshu, Japan, Japan - Kuriles - Kamchatka

12/03/2011

01:46:14

37.4

142.47

0

6.2

Off east coast of Honshu, Japa

12/03/2011

01:34:12

37.7643

142.8093

5

6.0

Off East Coast of Honshu, Japan, Japan - Kuriles - Kamchatka

12/03/2011

01:34:11

37.76

142.81

5

6.0

Off east coast of Honshu, Japa

11/03/2011

19:46:49

40.472

139.069

1

6.6

Near West Coast of Honshu, Japan

11/03/2011

19:02:59

39.372

142.9

25

6.1

Near East coast of Honshu, Japan

11/03/2011

18:59:15

37.037

138.355

1

6.2

Near East coast of Honshu, Japan

11/03/2011

15:13:15

35.997

141.796

19

6.2

Near East coast of Honshu, Japan

11/03/2011

11:36:39

39.248

142.521

11

6.5

Near East coast of Honshu, Japan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11/03/2011

10:10:35

39.25

142.78

28

6.0

Near the East coast of Honshu, Japan

11/03/2011

08:31:08

37.43

141.2

25

6.1

Near East coast of Honshu, Japan

11/03/2011

08:19:24

36.2

142

20

6.5

Near East coast of Honshu, Japan

11/03/2011

08:15:41

37.03

144.61

28

6.2

Near East coast of Honshu, Japan

11/03/2011

08:12:05

36.61

141.56

20

6.2

Near East coast of Honshu, Japan

11/03/2011

07:28:12

36.8

141.91

29

6.1

Near East coast of Honshu, Japan

 

 

11/03/2011

07:25:33

37.92

144.62

15

6.1

Near East coast of Honshu, Japan

11/03/2011

07:14:59

36.65

141.81

25

6.3

Near East coast of Honshu, Japan

11/03/2011

07:14:59

36.65

141.81

25

6.3

Near East coast of Honshu, Japan

11/03/2011

06:57:15

35.76

140.99

30

6.3

Near East coast of Honshu, Japan

11/03/2011

06:48:47

37.99

142.76

22

6.3

Near East coast of Honshu, Japan

11/03/2011

06:25:51

38.11

144.55

20

7.1

 Near East coast of Honshu, Japan

11/03/2011

06:15:46

36.13

140.23

30

6.8

Near East coast of Honshu, Japa

11/03/2011

06:07:22

36.4

141.86

35

6.4

Near East coast of Honshu, Japan

11/03/2011

06:06:11

39.03

142.32

24

6.4

Near East coast of Honshu, Jap

11/03/2011

05:46:24

38.322

142.369

24

8.9

Near East coast of Honshu, Japan


 

 

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