by Reb Akiva at Mystical Paths
Did we see diplomatic steps indicating movement towards the geulah today with Israeli Prime Minister in Washington with President Obama? News reports state that the US President refused to "commit" to a time table to deal with a nuclear Iran, and the Israeli Prime Minister refused to accept the US and European position that the Palestinians should be given a state regardless of how hostile and violent they remain. In other words, they basically disagreed across the board.
(A conversation I had a short time ago...)
Friend: Bibi didn't cave in after all. WE now have HaShem as our only ally. By the way, I have believed for ten years now that Netanyahu might be Moshiach ben Yosef. Now his candidacy has become chezkat MBY. We shall see if G-d is with him in his endeavor to destroy Amalek.
He has identified Achmadinejad as Amalek's titular head in this generation. We shall see where this leads. Alone with HaShem at last. No American support, Baruch HaShem
This is worth celebrating: no cave in along with world-wide isolation.
Akiva: You're not the only one to say that. However, it will be a test of emunah (faith) for the Am (for the Jewish nation/people).
Friend: A test that is worthy of the Final Redemption. Bring it on.
Akiva: Armilus must rise to pull the other direction from within the Am (Jewish nation).
Friend: He is already there: Israeli President Shimon Peres. He will do his best to push the Two state solution to our problems.
Akiva: I truly hope and pray that indeed we are at the time, and it is so straight foward. For if we see the negative events in the navi'im (biblical prophets) as diplomatic and bloodless moves, we will have been greatly blessed.
Friend: Moshiach ben Yosef can only destroy Amalek and bring Edom to its knees. To take on the Muslim world, we will need Moshiach ben David.
Akiva: How do you read that? I would have said that in reverse. Further, MBY falls in that challenge.
Friend: I believe that any war with Iran will also lead to confrontation with the EU. His success is dependent on us. However it plays out, today is a day to drink a l'chaim.
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
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