Mahmoud abbas thesis

Oct 19   US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, testifying to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, touts a strategy for Iraq that she describes as "clear, hold and build" – a strategy that will "assure victory." Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld is offended. He wants to continue a "light footprint" strategy. He thinks it is for the Iraqi government to clear, hold and build, that coalition forces should merely back up the Iraqis. Rumsfeld is not looking for a military victory. He wants US forces out of Iraq as quickly as possible.

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In his White House news conference with Netanyahu in February, Trump stated, almost offhand, that he was “looking at two-state and one-state [solutions to the conflict], and I like the one that both parties like.” Nevertheless, the administration has not yet jettisoned the long-standing . policy of a two-state solution to the conflict, a position Zomlot, Abbas and the Palestinian Authority consistently endorse (still officially Israel’s policy, too, though one which Jerusalem seems less keen on emphasizing of late). “All the other options are dumb and bleak,” Zomlot stated flatly. “They will only lead to confrontation, bloodshed and hardship on both sides.”

Current Mideast rumblings have many eschatologists revisiting a prophetic psalm vastly overlooked. This is Psalm 83, which discusses the formation of a ten member, predominately Arab, confederacy destined to someday seek the utter destruction of the nation Israel. Psalm 83 has recently popped up on the prophetic radar screen because many of Israel’s most observable enemies today, like the Palestinians, Hezbollah, and Hamas, appear to be enlisted among the ten member coalition. Thus an increasing number of end time’s experts are attempting to gain greater understanding of the psalm and its timeline placement.

Mahmoud abbas thesis

mahmoud abbas thesis

Current Mideast rumblings have many eschatologists revisiting a prophetic psalm vastly overlooked. This is Psalm 83, which discusses the formation of a ten member, predominately Arab, confederacy destined to someday seek the utter destruction of the nation Israel. Psalm 83 has recently popped up on the prophetic radar screen because many of Israel’s most observable enemies today, like the Palestinians, Hezbollah, and Hamas, appear to be enlisted among the ten member coalition. Thus an increasing number of end time’s experts are attempting to gain greater understanding of the psalm and its timeline placement.

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