"I think the underlying relationship
is solid as a rock. So my commitment, my personal commitment, to Israel's security is unwavering, and I think that there is
broad bipartisan consensus on that. This is a disagreement among friends about how to move forward."
Just as the "settlement
freeze" terminology seemed to give us signs of the judgment connected to the continued and unrelenting pressure against
Israel and her Covenant Land. Geo-related words are being used by the Obama administration, with the latest coming from the
mouth of the President.
It is a thought
that needs to be prayed about. But if words like "settlement freeze" seemed to point to the judgments that followed,
we could be looking at a geo-related event in the very near future if the continued steps toward the siege of Jerusalem is not quickly diminished.
doesn't seem likely with the U.S. seeking a 4-month East Jerusalem building freeze in
return for direct talks.
Heavy rains are toppling
records on along the East Coast. Flooding has been reported in New York,
Rhode Island and Massachusetts has even declared a state of emergency
because of all the rain.
Above is a very interesting 4-month radar loop,
December 1, 2009 - March 27, 2010. Watch as 20+ storms seem to slam into Washington D.C. and the surrounding area shortly
after PM Benjamin Netanyahu announced on November 25, 2009, a 10-month settlement freeze in the West Bank after
months of unrelenting pressure from the Obama administration. It looks like the breath of JEHOVAH is blowing across the land.
Netanyahu understands he must take some bold steps http://www.haaretz.com/news/obama-netanyahu-understands-he-must-take-some-bold-steps-1.265511 2U.S. seeks 4-month East Jerusalem building freeze in return for direct talks http://www.haaretz.com/print-edition/news/u-s-seeks-4-month-east-jerusalem-building-freeze-in-return-for-direct-talks-1.266790 3Rain Still Threatening Flooding, Records in Northeast http://www.accuweather.com/blogs/news/story/26842/rain-still-threatening-floodin.asp 4Northeast States Declare Emergency on Record Rainfall http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=newsarchive&sid=a3nFusc9obGE 5Rain Winds Down, Flooding Threat Remains http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local-beat/Rain-Wind-Batter-Region-89498142.html??abc=123 6Homes, dreams wiped out by N.E. floods http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/36085345/ns/weather/