Friday, 30 September 2016

As the world morns, the Anti Zionists, better known as Anti Semitic's, must be hating every moment of the out powering of love and respect for the late and wonderful Shimon Peres .

Symbol of hope: Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas (left) is also at the funeral - his first visit to Israel since 2010 - and shook Benjamin Netanyahu's hand saying it had been a 'long long time' A photograph that we all thought we would NEVER see and will NEVER see on the anti Israel mobs media outlets. This in NOT what they want to see. Trust me!

This is surly proof of the love for Israels forefather the man of peace even the arch enemy, The Palestine president Abbas turned up for the funeral today along with President Obama, Prince Charles King Felipe of Spain, French President François Hollande, Canadian Prime minister Justin Trudea, German President Gauck, Netherlands Prime Minister Mark Rutte, Former Prime Minister David Cameron, Gordon Brown and Tony Blair, Ex President Bill Clinton, Boris Johnson, David Cameron. Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry. Delegations from Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States. UEA Who all wore Jewish skull caps for the funeral on Mount Herzal Jerusalem

US President Barak Obama eulogizes former Israeli President Shimon Peres compering him to Nelson Mandela and other great figures of the 20th Century.

Emotional: Bill Clinton looked close to tears as he said farewell to his friend, former Israeli President Shimon Peres

OUR PRAYERS AS WE ENTER THE JEWISH NEW YEAR THE ROSH A SHANA

Today's symbolic gesture by Mahmoud Abbas and Benjamin Netanyahu could be a step towards reconciliation.
The leaders have been at loggerheads for years and recently Abbas accused Israel of ‘ethnic cleansing’ after Netanyahu made the same allegation over Palestinians wanting a ‘Jew-free state’ in the West Bank.
The men met briefly last year at a NATO meeting - but they did not speak and have not held face to face talks since 2010. But today world leaders including President Obama were piling on pressure to try to find a way forward.
The first major breakthrough - and handshake - came in 1979 at Camp David, the US President's ranch, and involved an agreement with Egypt and set up a framework to 'solve the Palestinian problem'.
A famous image showed Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin clasp hands in front of a delighted Jimmy Carter. Israel would leave Sinai - but President Sadat was assassinated and Israel and Palestine continued their feud.

Politically the Palestine Liberation Organisation kept the country out in the cold until 1993, when the most historic handshake between the country's leaders was also one of the hesitant. And with it, Israel and its sworn enemy the PLO set the course for peace in the Middle East that sadly never became permanent.

MY PRAYER: Please God make the world a safer place during the coming Rosh A Shona (next weeks Jewish New Year) and may we all live in peace for now and for ever more..... Amen









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