The mainstream news media reports Middle East events as if Israel is the bad one. Yes, war is never a good thing, and sadly innocent people die. But sometimes war is necessary. This video explains why Israel must defend herself against those who have always wanted to destroy her. Add to that the truth that the nation of Israel is God's chosen people. When all is said and done, God will fulfill His promised, glorious destiny for Israel. I am glad to be a friend of Israel!
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The Battle for Jerusalem
By John Hagee
In the infancy of the twenty-first century, Americans struggle to respond to the violent terrorists attacks that invaded our shores on September 11,2001. Citizens of the most powerful country on earth watched in horrified astonishment as a handful of men brought the Untied State to its knees. Wall Street quaked, national air traffic grounded to a halt, and normal life ceased to exist. To understand causes behind these events, we must look at the ancient and contemporary conflicts between Arabs and Jews. In this updated version of The Battle for Jerusalem, John Hagee explores the powerful significance of the Temple Mount, a thirty-five acre parcel that is the most fiercely contested real estate on earth. In clear terms Hagee also explains how the situation in Israel will continue to affect global politics, America's energy supply, and the world economy. Terrorists are motivated by more than political and economic reasons. They are also motivated by their extreme religious beliefs, and the repercussions of the strife between good and evil will continue to reverberate across the planet. Make no mistake--the significance of the ancient city of Jerusalem and the Temple Mount will never diminish. These two names will become more frequent in the world media as God reveals His plan for the ages, which unfolds in the battle for Jerusalem
|Dateline Jerusalem: An Eyewitness Account of Prophecies Unfolding in the Middle East
By Chris Mitchell
History's final chapter will be written in Jerusalem.
When an Iranian president thunders a murderous threat or an obscure Turkish drunkard has a dream in Mecca or a Jewish couple from Brooklyn lands at Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion airport, these events might seem disconnected. But they're not. In Dateline Jerusalem, CBN News correspondent Chris Mitchell connects the dots and unveils Jerusalem as the epicenter and crossroads of the spiritual, political, and, yes, supernatural worlds.
For thousands of years, Jerusalem's powerful draw has always transcended simple economics, military strategy, and religious affiliation.
In our own time, as the Arab Spring threatens to become an Islamic Winter, one commentator warns: "The Arab Spring doesn't lead to democracy, it leads to Jerusalem." Indeed, the fragile peace of Israel is in new peril as violent Islamic factions vie for control of surrounding nations. Yet Muslims are converting to Christianity in record numbers. Dateline Jerusalem untangles and chronicles all this through the riveting narrative of a Christian reporter in the upheaval of the modern Fertile Crescent.
We live in a world where we cannot afford to be ill informed. What happens in the strategic Middle East, Israel, and Jerusalem is critical. It matters to you. Today's news might focus on Washington, New York, London, or Moscow, but history's final chapter will be written in Jerusalem.