A case study of sovereign legal rights to Jerusalem – in particular East Jeruslaem, and more specifically the Old City with the Temple Mount: a thesis by Dr. Jacques Gauthier, an international lawyer and human rights attorney:
Today’s peace negotiations are a battle of narratives less grounded on facts and more on historical fallacies and revisionist history, personal and national emotions, and increasing lawlessness (recognizing no law as binding).
Early yesterday morning at 5:15, we were awakened in Beer Sheva by the sound of the air raid siren. Another rocket from Gaza was fired our way, hitting in a residential neighborhood in the center of the city. Thankfully, it missed a direct hit on a house, but nonetheless caused injury and damage. Schools were called off that day, and once again the Mayor made the right decision: another rocket hit around 9:45, when children would have been in school. … Continue reading
An arson attack was carried out a few nights ago on the Christian and Missionary Alliance center in Jerusalem. There were people inside sleeping during the attack. I was able to meet with them when they came down to Beer Sheva on Sunday for a work project at HaMaKoM Bible House.
What alerted me to be concerned was an internet article sent out by someone (with an Arab name) which took some of the facts of the case, and turned … Continue reading
A commandment from the Holy Spirit! –Ps 122 Pray for (Ask about) the peace of Jerusalem –this present Jerusalem (the heavenly New Jerusalem does not need any prayers!) –still being trodden down by the gentiles
Understanding the times –1Chron 12:23 (24 Heb), 32 (33 Heb) those prepared for war; . . .the sons of Issachar who had understanding of the times, to know what Israel ought to do
–Dan 9:2 in the first year of [Darius’s] reign I, Daniel, understood … Continue reading