Palestinian State at UN

4 11 2011

This is the best video of 2011. It is the most powerful answer to the Palestinian Authority’s unilateral United Nations application for statehood. Yedida Freilich’s song attempts to highlight the fragility of past Arab-Israeli Agreements and Treaties. The track conveys the existential dangers to Israel inherent in relying on signed agreements with surrounding Arab dictatorships. The timing of the song’s release coincides with present Palestinian attempts to use the UN to impose a solution. This process negates Israel’s right to secure and mutually negotiated borders.

Pray for the peace of Jerusalem.



Les Lawrence, Voice of Christian Zionists      (Read More)



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24 11 2011

Great video, Les and Yedida.
Our eyes are on YOU, O great YEHOVAH!! Salvation is ONLY in the NAME of YEHOVAH, YHWH, and we sit in the heavenlies with You and laugh at the kings of the earth. Psa 2:1-11. (v 10-11= “Now listen to this warning, you kings; learn this lesson you rulers of this world: Serve YEHOVAH with fear; tremble and bow down to Him; or else His anger will be quickly aroused, and you will suddenly die. Happy are all who go to Him (YEHOVAH) for protection.”)
We CHOOSE to love you, our enemies, and to bless you when you curse Israel and America and followers of Yehoshua Meshiach, and to do good (send you $ and food) when you hate us, and to pray for you when you mistreat and kill and maim us. These are our RIGHTS as we upgrade our thinking to be more like Abba Father YEHOVAH in the way we think and act. (Luke 6:27-28) HALLELU-YAH!


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