j. Israel Timeline

Israel Timeline

1800? BCE
Abraham migrates to Canaan according to Jewish tradition.

1300? BCE Migration and conquest of Canaan by the Philistines and Israelite tribes. Map of Canaan.

1000? BCE Jewish conquest of Jerusalem; reign of David (maps); After the death of David’s son, Solomon, the kingdom split into two: Israel in the north, Judea in Jerusalem and the south.

721 BCE Fall of Israel (Northern Kingdom) to Assyria

586 BCE Fall of Judea (Southern Kingdom) to Babylon and destruction of the first temple

About 539 BCE Fall of Babylon. Jews allowed to return to Judea. Tradition has it that Ezra and Nehemia led this return, and later rebuilt the walls of Jerusalem, but the walls were apparently not built until 100 years later.

About 519 BCE Rebuilding of the Second Temple under Persian rule.

331 BCE Alexander the Great conquers Persia. The land was subject to Egyptian rule after his death, followed by Seleucid Syrian rule.

166 BCE Revolt of Judah Maccabee against Syrian Hellenic dynasty; Simon. 164 – Liberation of Jerusalem. Judah is named Friend of the Roman Senate and People; Rule of the Maccabees: 166 – Judah 160 -Jonathan 143

66-73 AD First Jewish revolt. Fall of the Jewish Second Temple to Romans in 70 AD.

133-135 Second Jewish revolt under Bar Kochba crushed. Judea renamed Palestina. Jews are banned from Jerusalem by Hadrianus Caesar.

614 Persians conquer Judea and Jerusalem..

628 Emperor Heraclius defeats Sassanid Persians, reconquers Jerusalem..

About 638 Arab conquest of Jerusalem (slightly earlier or later according to different sources). Caliph Omar provides the Christians of Jerusalem with a Covenant guaranteeing their protection. Land divided into the Jund of filastin, in the south (capital in Al-Lod and later in Ramlah), and the Jund of Urdunn in the north, with capital in Tiberias (Tabariyeh).

1099 Crusaders conquer Jerusalem, slaughter most Jewish and Moslem inhabitants, expel Jews.

1187 Saladin (Salah-al-din) reconquers Jerusalem

1291 Crusaders defeated at Acre and evicted from Palestine.

1517 Ottoman Turkish conquest of Palestine.

Ottoman Sultan invites Rabbi Haim Abulafia (1660-1744), Kabbalist and Rabbi of Izmir, to come to rebuild the city of Tiberias; thousands of Jews immigrate to the land in a wave of Messianic fervor, including Rabbi Moses Haim Luzzatto (1707-1746).

1799 Napoleon conquers Jaffa but retreats before Acco (Acre); 1799 – Napoleon’s Proclamation of a Jewish State was stillborn, and his declaration of equal rights for Jews was repealed in part in 1806.

1831 Egyptian Conquest of Palestine area by Mehmed Ali of Egypt, who rebelled against the Ottomans. He was forced to withdraw in

1840 under pressure by European allies.

1843 First Zionist writings of Rabbi Alcalay and of Rabbi Kalischer, Emuna Yeshara.

1844 First census in Jerusalem shows 7120 Jews, 5760 Muslims, 3390 Christians.

1856 Ottoman reforms (Tanzimat) – including requirement to register ownership of land in Palestine and pay taxes on it.

1860 First Jewish settlement (Mishkenot Sha’ananim) outside Jerusalem walls.

1878 First Zionist Settlement – Petah Tikwa.

1870s Formation of Hovevei Tzion in Russia

1881-1885 Wave of Russian pogroms catalyzes First Aliya (wave of immigration to Israel)..

1882 Russian May Laws; Leon Pinsker writes Auto-Emancipation in

1882; formation of BILU; beginning of the First Aliya (wave of immigration).

1897 First Zionist Congress in Basle, Switzerland.

1903 Kishinev Pogrom and Russian Pogroms of 1905 catalyze Second Aliya

Nov 2, 1917 British issued the Balfour Declaration, promising a “National Home” for the Jews in Palestine.

1936-1939 Arab Revolt led by Haj Amin Al-Husseini. Over 5,000 Arabs were killed according to some sources, mostly by British. Several hundred Jews were killed by Arabs. Husseini fled to Iraq and then to Nazi Germany. British White Paper (1939) severely restricts Jewish immigration.

May 9, 1942 Biltmore Program – Zionist leaders, headed by Chaim Weizmann and David Ben-Gurion, convene at the Biltmore Hotel in New York and declare their postwar program (known as the Biltmore Program). The program recommended an end to the British Mandate and demand Jewish control over immigration to Palestine with the aim of founding a Jewish “Commonwealth.” wish history, Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Timeline, Zionist movement, Israel history, Middle East history

May 15, 1948 Israel War of Independence (1948 War). Declaration of Israel as the Jewish State; British leave Palestine; Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan, Saudi Arabia declared war on Israel. Egyptian, Syrian and Jordanian invasion began.

April 3, 1949 Armistice – Israel and Arab states agree to armistice. Israel gained about 50% more territory than was originally allotted to it by the UN Partition Plan.

Oct. 29, 1956 Suez Campaign. In retaliation for a series of escalating border raids as well as the closure of the straits of Tiran and Suez canal to Israeli shipping, and to prevent Egyptian use of newly acquired Soviet arms in a war, Israel invades the Sinai peninsula and occupies it for several months, with French and British collaboration.

May, 1964 PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) founded with the aim of destroying Israel. The Palestinian National Charter (1968) officially called for liquidation of Israel.

May, 1967 Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser closes the straits of Tiran to Israeli shipping and dismisses UN peacekeeping force. Negotiations with US to reopen the Straits of Tiran fail.

June 5-10,1967 Six day war – Israel destroys the Egyptian air force on the ground, conquers and occupies Sinai and Gaza, then conquers the West Bank from Jordan, and Golan Heights from Syria. UN resolution 242 called for Israeli withdrawal, establishment of peace.

June 19, 1967 Israeli Cabinet decides on secret offer, to be delivered to Syrians and Egyptians though American diplomats, calling for return of territories conquered in the Six day war in return for peace.

Oct. 6, 1973 Yom Kippur War (October War). In a surprise attack on the Jewish day of atonement, Egypt retook the Suez canal and a narrow zone on the other side. Syria reconquered the Golan Heights. Following massive US and Soviet resupplying of the sides, Israel succeeded in pushing back the Syrians and threatening Damascus. Ariel Sharon was instrumental in the successful crossing of the Suez Canal, which cut off the Egyptian Third Army. Israeli casualties were unacceptably high however, and both Syria and Egypt celebrate the anniversary of the war as a victory.

March 26, 1979 Peace treaty signed between Egypt and Israel.

June 7, 1981 Israel destroys Iraqi nuclear reactor in daring raid.

Oct. 6, 1981 Egyptian President Anwar Sadat is assassinated while on the reviewing stand of a victory parade.

June 6, 1982 Massive Israeli invasion of Lebanon to fight PLO.

Sept. 13, 1993 Oslo Declaration of Principles – Israel and PLO agree to mutual recognition.

Sept 28, 1995 Oslo Interim Agreement signed. Palestinian Authority to be established.

Nov. 4, 1995 Israeli PM Yitzhak Rabin assassinated by right-wing Israeli fanatic Yigal Amir. Rabin is replaced by Shimon Peres

June, 1996 Right-Wing Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu elected Prime Minister in Israel, replacing Shimon Peres.

Sept, 1996 Al-Aqsa tunnel riots – Arab sources spread the false rumor that a gate opened in an underground tunnel tourist attraction by the Israeli government, endangered the foundations of the Al-Aqsa mosque. This caused several days of rioting and numerous casualties.

Jan 18, 1997 Israel and Palestinians reach agreement on Israeli redeployment in the West-Bank city of Hebron

Oct. 1998 Wye River Plantation talks result in an agreement for Israeli redeployment and release of political prisoners and renewed Palestinian commitment to correct its violations of the Oslo accords including excess police force, illegal arms and incitement in public media and education.

May 17, 1999 Israel elects Labor party leader and Former General Ehud Barak as Prime Minister in a landslide. Barak promises rapid progress toward peace.

March, 2000 Israeli-Syrian peace negotiations fail when Hafez Assad rejects an Israeli offer relayed by US President Clinton in Geneva.

Sept. 28, 2000 Palestinians initiated riots after Israeli opposition leader Ariel Sharon visited the Temple Mount, which is also the location of the Haram as Sharif holy to Muslims.

Feb 6, 2001 Right-wing Likud leader Ariel Sharon elected Prime Minister in Israel replacing Ehud Barak and promising “peace and security.”

Mar.-Apr. 2002 Israel conducts operation Defensive Wall in the West Bank, following a large number of Palestinian suicide attacks on civilian targets. Saudi peace initiative adopted at Beirut summit.

Jan 28, 2003 Elections in Israel give wide margin (40 seats) to right wing Likud party, returning PM Ariel Sharon for another term.

July 9, 2004 International court of Justice (ICJ) rules that the Israeli security barrier violates international law and must be torn down.

Nov 11, 2004 Palestinian Authority President Yasser Arafat dies.

Jan 9, 2005 Mahmoud Abbas elected President of the Palestinian National Authority.

Jan 2006 On January 4, Ariel Sharon suffered a massive stroke, leaving the leadership of Israel and the new Kadima party in the hands of Ehud Olmert

Jan 26, 2006 On January 26, the radical Islamist Hamas movement won an upset victory in Palestinian Legislative Council elections, threatening to end about 40 years of Fateh-PLO leadership of the Palestinians and to completely ruin hopes for peace with Israel. Hamas spokesmen sent mixed signals, but vowed never to recognize Israel and never to give up their claim to all of Palestine.

March 28 Ehud Olmert elected PM of Israel, heading Kadima party coalition

July 12 Second Lebanon War – Hezbollah terrorists cross the blue line border with Lebanon, attack an Israeli patrol, killing 3 and capturing 2 soldiers. Additional soldier dies the following day and several are killed when a tank hits a mine, pursuing the captors. At the same time, Hezbollah began a series of rocket attacks on northern Israel. In subsequent days, Israel carried out massive but selective bombing and artillery shelling of Lebanon, hitting rocket stores, Hezbollah headquarters in Dahya quarter of Beirut (see Beirut Map and al-Manara television in Beirut, and killing over two hundred persons, many civilians. Hezbollah responds with several hundred rocket attacks on Haifa, Tiberias, Safed and other towns deep in northern Israel, killing 13 civilians to July 18 (See Map of Hezbollah Rocket Attacks) , and a Hezbollah Iranian supplied C-802 missile hits an Israeli missile cruiser off the cost of Beirut, killing 4. Hezbollah rocket also sinks at least one foreign neutral ship and damages an Egyptian one. G-8 meeting calls for cessation of violence, return of Israeli soldier and disarmament of Hezbolla in accordance with UN Security Council Resolution 1559 and UN Security Council Resolution 1680.

Aug 14, 2006 Cease fire, based on UN Security Council Resolution 1701

Feb. 2007 Israeli renovations near the Mughrabi gate of the Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem spark widespread unrest in the Arab world, over false charges that Israel is destroying the mosque.

Feb. 8, 2007 Palestinian Unity Agreement in Mecca. Hamas and Fatah agree to share power, based on vaguely worded agreement. Hamas officials reiterate that they will never recognize Israel. US and Israel insist that the new government must recognize right of Israel to exist, disarm terrorist groups and agree to end violence.

Feb. 19, 2007 Trilateral Israeli-Palestinian-American summit with Secretary of State Rice, PM Ehud Olmert and President Abbas ended with no visible result.

March 17, 2007 Palestinian unity government sworn in.

June 2007 Hamas ousts Fatah from Gaza in bloody coup.

Nov. 26-28 US convenes peace summit at Annapolis, Md. with participation of Arab nations, Quartet, EU members, GCC and others including South Africa. Israelis and Palestinians are forced to agree on a joint statement that vows to implement the quartet roadmap in parallel, with US monitoring performance and the sides negotiating continuously with the aim of concluding an agreement by the end of 2008. See: Joint Israeli-Palestinian Declaration, and its meaning

Jan. 2008 President Bush visit to Middle East; Hamas “breakout” into Egypt at Rafah Crossing.

Feb. 12, 2008 Hezbollah “militant” Imad Moughniyeh killed by car bomb in Damascus. Moughniyeh was a “militancy” mastermind, responsible for attacks on U.S. embassy and US marines in Lebanon in the 80s, for kidnapping of American nationals, for explosions in Israel Embassy and Jewish Center in Argentina and apparently for planning the kidnappings that triggered the second Lebanon War. FBI had a $5 million dollar reward out for Moughniyeh. Israel denies any involvement in the killing of Moughniyeh.

Dec 27, 2008-Jan 18, 2009 Operation Cast Lead – Israeli operation in Gaza to stop Hamas rocket attacks. Over 1,000 Palestinian casualties.
April 1, 2009 Following elections, Likud party head Benjamin Netanyahu becomes Prme Minister.

June 4, 2009 Address by President Obama in Cairo, June 4, 2009 – Historic speech of rapprochement with the Arab and Muslim world also has direct implications for Israeli-Palestinian conflict, since the President calls for an end to Israeli construction of settlements in the occupied territories, as well as Arab recognition of Israel and a two state solution.


Palestinian Arab Terror attacks against Israel Since 2000


4 Responses to “j. Israel Timeline”

  1. ian vincent Says:

    Just added this video, above.

  2. Suresh Abreu Says:

    Assuming that there was considerable proselytization and dilution of the original Jewish population through intermarriage one of the reasons for which they were given up by God into exile and scattering one may fairly ask the question, how does one decide today, which of the Jews in Israel today are truly of the BLOOD LINE OF ABRAHAM to whom the land was promised. Secondly it is also possible that the persons we call palestines today may have been semitic converts to Mohammedanism. Thirdly from the book of Galations it could be argued that Jerusalem belongs to all true believers because all the promises given to the Abraham are made good to the believer through GOD’s SEED Jesus. There is no middle wall of partition when it comes to promises. Could be that all Believers from every tribe tongue and nation have a claim to physical Israel including the Jerusalem from above.

    In my opinion it is very difficult to establish because of the conversions and proselytization and intermarriage that has taken place over 4000 years who is truly sematic and who is not in terms of blood line. Today’s arab could well have been a semite of yesterday and today’s claim to being a semite could well be a Shemmite of yesterday.

    For myself I am in the wait and see mode waiting for the return of JESUS the righteous judge.

    In some I believe the real truth about Israel is only known by GOD, much of the rest is half truth, with respect to who is responsible for what crime.

  3. ian vincent Says:

    Thanks brother for your comment.

    Regarding your question about us deciding who is truly part of natural Israel, i can’t see it is our place to try and determine that.

    It’s enough that God is fulfilling His own prophecies and bringing them back from all nations where He had scattered them. Whether there are some who are not Jews but who think they are Jews? God bless them!

    During the Holocaust it seems the devil knew exactly who was a natural-born Jew and who was not, and, no doubt, nothing has changed, and the demonic forces whipping the Arabs into a frenzy of hatred toward the Jews know who is a Jew and who is not.

    Just one thing (out of many) that the world should have learned from the Holocaust is that such evil cannot have natural causes – it is spiritual, from demonic sources. Which spirit singles out the Jews as the targets for such extreme hatred and evil?

    In this light, the question of Jerusalem, and the Land of Israel, is a spiritual one, and a spiritual conflict, before it is a political one.

    Regarding the issue of whether there are Semites among the Arabs: Unless they repent of their hatred of the Jews they will be destroyed by God, whether they have Semitic blood or not.

    Regarding whether the Gentile believers (the wild olive branch) also have a claim to physical Jerusalem : No, we do not, bcos we are of the New Covenant. The Jews are still under the Old Covenant promises UNTIL the glorious day they enter into the New Covenant, when the veil is lifted off their hearts (Rom 11:25).

    Surely the Antichrist/Beast, to make peace between the Jews and Arabs, will come up with some universalist philosophy that Jerusalem belongs to the whole world and not just the natural Jews.

    Here are some old FB comments of mine:

    A reading of Romans, chapters 9, 10, 11 will reveal that there is a spiritual Israel (those who are in Christ) and there is a natural Israel (Israel after the flesh, Paul said). These both exist parallel to one another until the coming of the LORD. Paul explains that the Church does not replace natural Israel but is grafted into her. Paul explains OT prophecy concerning the destiny of the Jewish people (natural Jews) that they are ultimately predestined, as a nation, to come into Messiah, into the New Covenant, but only when Jesus returns. OT prophecy overwhelmingly describes how God will do this – He will bring them back into their own land, He will establish them there, then the great tribulation shall come, the Beast shall rule the world from Jerusalem, then Messiah will return to Jerusalem, Israel, physically/bodily, destroy every army which is against the Jewish people, and He will rule the earth from Jerusalem. God fulfilled His promise and He brought the Jews back into their own land and He has protected them there supernaturally. They are still in the darkness of sin, the veil is still over their hearts, so it is only natural that they will still sin, just like the nations who hate them.

    See also:








    And the LORD said unto Abram, after Lot was separated from him, Lift up now your eyes, and look from the place where you are northward, and southward, and eastward, and westward: For all the land which you see, to you will I give it, and to your descendants forever. Gen 13:14-15

    Zech 14:12 And this shall be the plague with which the LORD will strike all the people that have fought against Jerusalem; Their flesh shall rot away while they stand upon their feet, and their eyes shall rot away in their sockets, and their tongue shall rot away in their mouths.

    If God had not PROMISED that land to the Jewish people forever then no one would be interested in it.

    The issue is, Did God give that land to the Jewish people forever or not? If He did, then those who are against the Jews returning to their own land are against God, and prophecy says that such will find themselves in a futile war against God Himself.

    And it is solely bcos of God’s Covenant to the Jews that antisemitism ever came into existence, and why Islam was created, for it is the expression of satan’s hatred for God. This is why Jerusalem MUST be a burdensome stone for all nations, and those who trouble her will be cut in pieces by God. Zech 12:3

    There are many Palestinian and Arab Christians who totally support the right of the Jewish people to the Land of Israel. On the issue over whether the Israel referred to in the OT is the modern secular state of Israel: Let’s settle the fact first that God calls that land the Land of Israel (search Land of Israel in your word search). Did He ever stop calling it the Land of Israel, even when He sent them into exile? Didn’t He give that land to the Jewish people forever? Yes, you know He did. OK, so that’s established.

    Now, obviously, a democratically elected political party does not equate with “the Israel of the OT” : Mr Netanyahu’s government is NOT the government of God, Bibi is not the King of Israel, it’s not a Theocracy, and it does not equal the government God set up in the OT.

    But natural Israel (Rom 9-11) is a PEOPLE, it’s not a political party. So, God says He will bring the PEOPLE back into their own land and establish them there, so, how can they exist without a secular government? The present government in Israel is simply a bare necessity, and does not represent God to the world. Yet God will use that government to bring order to the Jewish Nation so they can function and defend themselves. Whether or not the Government of Israel acts justly or not, that is irrelevant to the fact that the God gave that land to the Jews……………..

    And, when or whenever Christians became interested in Zionism, or any issue arising over justice, is irrelevant to the fact that God gave that land to the Jewish people. God promised to bring the Jews back into Israel in the last days, and that’s why they were in exile for 2000 years, and did not return before. God brought them back just as He said He would………

    If, when Jesus walked the earth, you had come up to Him and told Him that the Land of Israel does not belong to the Jews, and has not been given to them forever, what would He have said to you? He would say to you that you have been deceived. He is alive, and He says the same thing to you now.

    Please answer these with Yes or No:

    1) Is there a natural Israel (after the flesh) and a spiritual Israel?

    2) Did God give the Land of Israel to natural Israel forever?

    3) Do the Jews have a God-given right to live in that land?

    4) Is there a promise in scripture that the Jews will return to their own land in the last days?

    5) Is there a promise in scripture that God has destined to bring the Jewish people into the New Covenant?

    6) Is Jesus bodily returning to Jerusalem?

    7) Will all the world fight against Jerusalem?

    8) When Jesus returns will He destroy those who fight against Jerusalem?

  4. ian vincent Says:

    FB comments continued:

    1Peter 1:4 To an inheritance incorruptible, and undefiled, and that fades not away, reserved in heaven for you,

    And they sang a new song, saying, You are worthy to take the scroll, and to open the seals thereof: for you were slain, and have redeemed us to God by your blood out of every tribe, and tongue, and people, and nation; And have made us unto our God a kingdom and priests: and we shall reign ON THE EARTH.
    (Rev 5:9-10)

    So, these are presently in heaven and they will be soon back reigning on the earth.


    And I saw thrones, and they sat upon them, and judgment was given unto them: and I saw the souls of them that were beheaded for the witness of Jesus, and for the word of God, and who had not worshiped the beast, neither his image, neither had received his mark upon their foreheads, or in their hands; and they lived and reigned with Christ a thousand years. But the rest of the dead lived not again until the thousand years were finished. This is the first resurrection. Blessed and holy is he that has part in the first resurrection: on such the second death has no power, but they shall be priests of God and of Christ, and shall reign with him a thousand years.
    (Rev 20:4-6)

    Christ will bodily return to Jerusalem, He will judge His enemies who are trying to destroy the Jewish people, and those who are His will rule and reign WITH HIM ON THE EARTH for a thousand years, and after that there will be a new heaven and earth, and the New Jerusalem will descend down to the new earth (Rev 21:2).

    And Enoch also, the seventh from Adam, prophesied of these, saying, Behold, the Lord comes with ten thousands of his saints, To execute judgment upon all, and to convict all that are ungodly among them of all their ungodly deeds which they have ungodly committed, and of all their hard speeches which ungodly sinners have spoken against him.
    (Jude 1:14-15)

    Jesus is coming with all His saints down to the earth.

    1Thess 4:14 For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so them also who sleep in Jesus will God bring with him.


    “Then shall the LORD go forth, and fight against those nations, as when he fought in the day of battle. And his feet shall stand in that day upon the mount of Olives, which is before Jerusalem on the east, and the mount of Olives shall split in two, toward the east and toward the west, and there shall be a very great valley; and half of the mountain shall move toward the north, and half of it toward the south”.
    (Zech 14:3-4)

    And it shall come to pass, that everyone that is left of all the nations which came against Jerusalem shall even go up from year to year to worship the King, the LORD of hosts, and to keep the feast of tabernacles. And it shall be, that whosoever will not come up of all the families of the earth unto Jerusalem to worship the King, the LORD of hosts, even upon them shall be no rain.
    (Zech 14:16-17)

    On the present status of the Jewish people:

    Please read the whole chapter 11 of Romans:

    Rom 11:15 For if the casting away of them be the reconciling of the world, what shall the receiving of them be, but life from the dead?

    Rom 11:25 For I would not, brethren, that you should be ignorant of this mystery, lest you should be wise in your own conceits; that blindness in part is happened to Israel, until the fullness of the Gentiles comes in.

    Natural Israel (after the flesh, the physical descendents of Abraham) will continue to be blinded by God to the Gospel UNTIL the fullness of the Gentiles comes in – only after the full number of pre-destined Gentiles come into Christ.


    Rom 11:28 As concerning the gospel, they are enemies for your sakes: but concerning the election, they are beloved for the fathers’ sakes.

    The Jews persecuted Paul, their kinsman, very badly, yet Paul prayed for their salvation and prophesied here concerning their destiny.


    For if the firstfruit are holy, the lump is also holy: and if the root is holy, so are the branches. And if some of the branches were broken off, and you, being a wild olive tree, were grafted in among them, and with them partake of the root and fatness of the olive tree; Boast not against the branches. But if you boast, you bear not the root, but the root you.
    (Romans 11:16-18)

    Christ Himself is the OLIVE TREE. He identifies Himself FIRSTLY with the Jewish people, as He is the King of the Jews. He is returning to Jerusalem and not to Rome or New York. (yes, the real estate matters to God)

    Therefore the Scriptures say that when Christ bodily returns to Jerusalem then the Jewish people will believe in Him, they will come into Christ, the Olive Tree, and we, all the gentile believers, join them together as “one new man” in Christ, and from that day on there will no longer be a natural Israel and spiritual Israel, but only one Israel, which is both natural/physical and spiritual.

    The Scriptures say that we the Gentiles, who are already spiritual Israel, the Israel of God, will be grafted into natural Israel, and, yes, you guessed it, we will be in Jerusalem with our King, the King of the Jews, and rule and reign with Him together with our Jewish brothers and sisters.

    Rom 11:1 I say then, Has God cast away his people? God forbid. For I also am an Israelite, of the descendants of Abraham, of the tribe of Benjamin.

    So, replacement theology is a false doctrine, and antisemitic in nature, and it has an important part in the Antichrist’s Manifesto.

    It is part of the final delusion spreading thru Christendom preparing them to accept the unifying of all religions under the Antichrist.
    The issue is whether you support God. God gave that land to the Jewish people. The issue, therefore, is not with the Jewish people, but with God, whether you agree with His decision to give the land to the Jews.

    To support the “Palestinian Authority” is equal to supporting Islam, and everything Islam stands for : that is, the complete annihilation of all Jews and Christians, for this is mandated in the Koran.

    There is no secular element in “Palestinian” politics. Every party and every militant group claims to be Islamic in their identity, nature and cause: that is, they believe they are the expression, representatives, and instruments of Islam, and they all believe the Koran, which states that Jews and Christians are infidel who have no right to live……….


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