Sunday, August 23, 2009

Report: PA State by 2011 with Temple Mount under Islam

Curt Here...

According to the article posted below the Middle East peace plan that President Obama will unveil soon will create a Palestinian state by 2011 and transfer control of the Temple Mount to Arab-Muslim sovereignty. This is according to a Saudi newspaper called Al-Ukaz, and it is clear that the exact details of this peace proposal from President Obama will leak out over time from various sources. It is very hard to tell at this point what are trial balloons and what are actual items that will make the proposal.

Having said that, this article says this agreement would place an international presence (Sounds like military to me) in the Jordon Valley and include other parts of Judea. (where have I heard that name before? Oh Yea Mathew 24:15-16.) This "presence" would monitor this agreement, and enforce an ambitious timetable for completing the peace deal and implement the various items of agreement.

Hard to say how this all going to play out, but I still have a very hard time believing Israel will willingly agree to give up complete control of the Temple Mount. Maybe a compromise is in order? Bear with me here. The scriptures say there will be a period of time (42 months) when the outer court of the temple will be given over to the nations. Here is some scripture for you to review.

Revelation 11:1-2

1. Then there was given me a measuring rod like a staff; and someone said, "Get up and measure the temple of God and the altar, and those who worship in it.
2. "Leave out the court which is outside the temple and do not measure it, for it has been given to the nations; and they will tread under foot the holy city for forty-two months.

Could this be the agreement that allows the nations to obtain control of the outer court and at the same time allow Israel to begin worshiping and sacrificing on their newly constructed altar? Could it really go down this way?

Stay Tuned



Obama Plan: Temple Mount Under Arab-Muslim Sovereignty

The Middle East peace plan that United States President Barack Obama will unveil soon involves the creation of a Palestinian Authority state by 2011 and the transfer of Islamic holy sites in Jerusalem [presumably including the Temple Mount – ed.] to Arab-Muslim sovereignty, Saudi newspaper Al-Ukaz has learned.

According to the report published Sunday in Al-Ukaz, the Obama plan also includes the following elements:

Some parts of eastern Jerusalem [presumably Neveh Yaakov, Pisgat Ze'ev and the like - ed.] would be transferred to Israeli control.

There would be an international presence in the Jordan Valley and other parts of Judea and Samaria.

The Palestinian Authority terror organizations would be disbanded and turn into political parties.

The large settlement blocs in Judea and Samaria would not be dismantled.
The fate of smaller Jewish settlement areas would be decided in a three-month-long negotiation period.

A reporter for the Saudi newspaper received the information from Hassan Harisha, the Second Deputy Speaker of the Palestinian Authority Parliament. Harisha told him that the U.S. has handed over a draft of the peace proposal to the PA and other Arabs for their perusal.

The plan also calls for Judea and Samaria to be demilitarized and for its airspace to remain under Israel control. Israeli-Palestinian Authority security coordination would be strengthened, and the Palestinian Authority state would not be allowed to strike military treaties with other countries in the region...

...."As the U.N. General Assembly meets in late September, Obama aims to announce the opening of a new negotiating process between Israelis and Palestinians, along with 'confidence-building' steps by Israel, the Palestinian Authority and a number of Arab governments," the columnist wrote. Obama "will probably lay out at least a partial vision of the two-state settlement that all sides now say they support, and the course that negotiations should take. More significantly, he intends to set an ambitious timetable for completing the peace deal -- something that will please Arabs but may irritate Israel."

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