The former Speaker of the US Congress, Newt Gingrich, told the American Public Affairs Committee the Obama Administration is on a collision course with Israel and is endangering the Jewish state referring to reports about President Obama's approach to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Gingrich called President Obama's program of engagement on Iran a "fantasy" and his Middle East policies very dangerous to Israel, a clear adoption of weakness, the weakest since Jimmy Carter.
The former Speaker of the House said that there is almost an eagerness to take on the Israeli government to make a point with the Arab world instead of sending the message to Israel that the US is for the survival of Israel.
Jimmy's Prophetic Prospective on the News
If former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich is correct that the Obama Middle East policies endanger the Jewish state of Israel, this has a great prophetic significance, that is according to Bible prophecy.
In the political arena, the politicians make many claims that may not be completely accurate and some times they are even used to manipulate public opinion. On the Obama Administration's Middle East policy question, there is the recent evaluation of former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich that President Obama's Middle East policies are endangering the Jewish state of Israel which is a legitimate question that needs to be answered. No one should support everything the secular state of Israel does, but no nation should put the Jewish state in harm's way.
The Jewish state of Israel was reborn after almost 2,000 years as a fulfillment of Bible prophecy, Ezekiel 34 and 37. God has given the Jews a piece of real estate as He promised He would, Ezekiel 36. Bible prophecy does call for a number of nations to do all they can to destroy the Jewish state, Ezekiel 38.
America should be very careful who's side they are on and remember, Bible prophecy will be fulfilled.
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