UN to Remove Jerusalem from Israel?

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Patriot Update is sending an e-mail alert that the United Nations Security Council has scheduled next Tuesday, July 26, in New York, for open “debate” about whether or not they will seize Israeli land in September, and divide Jerusalem by establishing a Palestinian state, without negotiation or approval from Israel.
[H/t beloved fellow Tina!]
The same alert is also posted on many blogs, such as Traditional Values Coalition.
According to the e-mail, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had feared just such a “surprise” move after the Quartet on the Middle East (UN, EU, USA, and Russia) met on July 11 in Washington, DC, to endorse Obama’s plan (in his speech of May 19) to enforce Israel’s 1967 borders and divide Jerusalem.
But I cannot find verification of this on the web. Instead, the Seattle PI reports on July 12, 2011, that the Quartet meeting was a bust:

The “highly-anticipated gathering hosted Monday by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and attended by U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, EU top diplomat Catherine Ashton and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov failed to produce a unified statement on the way ahead.”

So I went onto the United Nations’ website to find confirmation of the July 26 Security Council meeting. I found a “Programme of Meetings and Agendas” in the Journal of the United Nations. On page 2 of the pdf document is this:

The Security Council will hold an open debate on Tuesday, 26 July 2011, in the Security Council Chamber Room GA-TSC-01, in connection with the agenda item “The situation in the Middle East, including the Palestinian question”.

Member states wishing to inscribe their names on the list of speakers should contact the Secretariat….

Here’s a screenshot I took of that announcement:

Then I went looking for the agenda item and found this document: A “Statement” made on January 19, 2011, by Mr. Md. Nojibur Rahman, Minister (Economic) and Charge d’Affaires of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh to the United Nations at the Security Council Open Debate on the agenda item “The situation in the Middle East, including the Palestinian question”.
On behalf of Bangladesh, a Muslim country, Rahman said the following:

“In order to achieve a lasting solution in the Middle East, it is very important to address the key issue, which is prolong and illegal occupation of the Arab territories by Israel…. My delegation believes that direct negotiations will only be successful if there is sustained regional and international support for…Palestinian State-building…which guarantee Israel’s withdrawal from all occupied Arab and Palestinian territories back to June 4, 1967 line…. In conclusion, let me reiterate Bangladesh’s long-standing position that the continued illegal occupation of Palestine over the past six decades is the root cause of violence, unrest and destabilization in the region.

So there you have it. Despite the innocuously-worded announcement in the UN’s “Programme of Meetings and Agendas” of an “open debate” by the Security Council scheduled for July 26, 2011, the statement by Bangladesh’s representative to the United Nations makes clear the debate agenda is about “restoring” Israel to its pre-1967 borders, also called the Green Line.
That, in turn, means Israel must surrender the territories it captured in the 1967 Six-Day War, including the West Bank, Gaza Strip, Golan Heights and Sinai Peninsula (the latter has since been returned to Egypt). But the Green Line once divided Jerusalem into East and West, with the western section within Israel. Annexed by Jordan in 1948, East Jerusalem includes Jerusalem’s Old City and some of the holiest sites of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, such as the Temple Mount, Western Wall, Al-Aqsa Mosque, and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.

Territories held by Israel before and after the Six Day War of 1967

All of which means that returning Israel to its 1967 borders would mean that Israel not only loses the West Bank (and with that Israel’s defense strategic depth), Israel — and the Christian world — will also lose Jerusalem to the new Palestinian Muslim state.
It should be said that the United Nations is decidedly partial on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and regularly condemns Israel for this or that. But…
Even if the UN Security Council’s “open debate” next Tuesday concludes with their demand that Israel returns to its pre-1967 borders, that demand doesn’t mean squat because it’s unenforceable — so long as the UN hasn’t morphed into a One World Government & Military.
If wishes were horses, beggars would ride….

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0 responses to “UN to Remove Jerusalem from Israel?

  1. Scary stuff! The beginning of the end….

  2. Bless you, Eowyn, for doing all the homework! And sharing! It all belonged to Israel, once upon a time.

  3. Thomas Morato

    This is how Wars are started.

  4. Shocker the UN wants this…/sarc. Just scary of what would happen.
    Steve – like your last line about peace 🙂

  5. “When you see Jerusalem surrounded by armies…” need I say more. The time for LOL is over. It’s head between the cheeks of you butt time. God bless us all.

  6. If the UN goons are stoopid enough to even try this, it is going to be one heck of a war.

  7. What everyone seems to not recognize is that THERE WAS NO PALESTINE…NO Palestinians, and NO Palestinian State–ever! The arabs/Muslims calling themselves Palestinians were a nomadic tribe of goat and camel herders. They had no STATE. Then, when the Israelis began returning during WWII, it was under British control. There was conflict when they established their state, but it came to a head when the arabs of the region tried to absolutely drive them out in 1967. At that point, the Israelis established their lines and held onto what is a more stable and (keyword) DEFENSIBLE position. If they revert back to the 9-mile wide boundaries of 1967, it is indefensible. If Israel falls, America has lost her only ally in the region. And, if you don’t know what the Qu’ran teaches ALL Muslims, take your head out of the sand, because, guys we are in trouble.

  8. stand wih Israel

    There is no reason “palestinians” (Jordanians) cannot live in Israel. Many, many do now — they are even in the legislature. I just read today about the Israeli Army taking Iraeli AND palestinian kids to a camp. They get medical treatment, hold jobs – It’s just that they want ALL the land, and they want ALL the Jews destroyed — murdered — with no more Israel.

  9. When It’s all been said and done , there is just one thing that matters did I live my life for Him alone, did I give my life for Him.
    Guess thats what its coming down to………
    brothers and sisters in Christ, be strong, our MESSIAH IS COMING!!!!!!!!!!!
    REMEMBER the pen is mightier than the sword.

  10. Hello from Tuesday 24 July 2011 in Western Australia.
    Most people have zip idea about how fast these things will happen, however during the last year I have had 4x different secular friends come up to me & use words to the effect of “It’s obvious to everybody that the wheels have well & truly come off this little red wagon (or world). Why?”
    If those with no particular interest in spiritual matters have already come to such conclusions, what about us?
    Wake up, people!
    Be absolutely certain that you have completely accepted the offer of Yeshua ben Yoseph, the Nazarene, through his sacrifice (as the Lamb), then let His spirit get to work in you. For His spirit’s job description, read Hebrews 8.

  11. Quran Sura 5:
    20 both the Jews and the Christians say: “we are the sons of Allah, and his beloved.” say: “why then doth he punish you for your sins? nay, ye are but men,– of the men he hath created: he forgiveth whom he pleaseth. and he punisheth whom he pleaseth: and to Allah belongeth the dominion of the heavens and the earth, and all that is between: and unto him is the final goal of all.”
    21 O people of the book! now hath come unto you, making things clear unto you, our apostle, after the break in the series of our apostles, lest ye should say: “there came unto us no bringer of glad tidings and no warner from evil”: but now hath come unto you a bringer of glad tidings and a warner from evil. and Allah hath power over all things.
    22 remember Moses said to his people: “O my people! call in remembrance the favor of Allah unto you, when he produced prophets among you, made you kings, and gave you what he had not given to any other among the peoples.”
    23 “O my people! enter the holy land which Allah hath assigned unto you, and turn not back ignominiously, for then will ye be overthrown, to your own ruin.”
    Muslims try to destroy Israel, and demand areas of Israel’s land for themselves. Muslims say that some areas of Israel belong to the Palestinians. The Quran declares that Allah has given the land of Israel for Jews, which is their holy land.
    The Muslims fight against the announcement of the Quran when try to destroy Israel and take over the land of Israel. The Palestinian issue and the Middle East problems would be solved if the Muslims would believe the Quran and to allow the Israelis to live in their own land, which belongs to them. Of course, it would be best if they would believe in the Lord Jesus and the Bible, because, then they really know to whom the land of Israel belongs to. The rich Arab countries could re-colonize the Palestinian Arabs, and to give them a good home and a livelihood, because they can afford to it by many billions of oil incomes. The Arabs don’t want to do this, but they want to keep Palestinian Arabs in misery as well as a shield and an excuse against Israel.
    The land of Israel is the target of ongoing Arab terrorism. Some of the attacks carried out through Palestine. That’s why Israel has to keep tight control for Palestinian Arabs. The problem would be eliminated if the Arabs would believe the Quran, which says that Allah granted the land of Israel to the Jews. Resettlement of the Palestinian Arabs back to the various Arab countries would be the solution, where they are originally from. This would be very easy to organize for Arab multi-millionaires.
    Whole article: https://koti.phnet.fi/petripaavola/differencesquranbible5.html


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