Monday, December 29, 2014

Peace and Safety | Palestinians Submit Peace by 2017 Resolution to UNSC

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has submitted a draft resolution to the UN Security Council that calls for the resumption of peace negotiations within a year and has a deadline for the Israelis to withdraw to the 1967 borders by December 31, 2017. 

For several years, those who watch the prophesies of the end times have been seeing things line up.The world is becoming a cashless society and the use of biometric identity  is growing quickly. This is leading to the beast government and the mark of the beast. The blood moon tetrad will end in 2015.The Vatican is calling for a global moral authority to be established. And there are many other signs of the end times crowned by the existence of Israel as a country since 1948 and their sovereignty over the Temple Mount since 1967. Most of 2017 is a jubilee year that will end with Rosh Hashanah in September. The Jubilee year was the year that prisoners would be freed and debts were forgiven. 

At this time it appears that the resolution is not popular. The Europeans do not like the strict timelines and the United States does not like the dates and has called them 'arbitrary'. So there is likely to be some debate and if this resolution passes, it will probably not be exactly as it is currently written. God gave the Land to Abraham and his descendents through Isaac. It is to be theirs forever. So it is impossible for any other country to hold any part of the covenant land if God decrees that the people of Israel should have it.

Abbas Submits 3-Year Plan For Peace And Statehood

PALESTINIAN President Mahmoud Abbas submitted a final draft of a statehood resolution to the United Nations today. The draft calls for a peace deal with Israel within a year and an end to the occupation of Palestinian territories by the end of 2017.

President Abbas informed US Secretary of State John Kerry by phone that he would press ahead with the initiative despite Israeli and US opposition, the official Palestinian WAFA news agency reported.

Several European countries had been pushing for a less stringent timeline, claiming that this might win broader support.But the Palestinians rejected any further delays.

“Today the Arab group will meet in New York and we will submit the original draft resolution to the security council, hoping to conclude the vote by tomorrow or the day after,” said senior Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat.

Palestinian officials said the resolution calls for negotiations to be based on the territorial lines that existed before Israel captured the West Bank, East Jerusalem and Gaza Strip in the 1967 six-day war. “The draft resolution ... ensures the end of the Israeli occupation that began in 1967 will come no later than the end of 2017,” the Palestine Liberation Organisation said.“It calls for two sovereign, democratic and secure states, Palestine and Israel.”

Israel claims its eastern border would be indefensible if it withdrew from the West Bank. A draft resolution submitted to the security council by Jordan on December 17 had called for Jerusalem to be the shared capital of Israel and the Palestinian state. But yesterday’s proposal reverts to a firmer line, saying only that East Jerusalem will be the capital of Palestine.

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