The United Arab Emirates opened its embassy to Israel in the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) building on Wednesday, marking a new phase in the growing relations between the countries.
With all that’s been going on with the riots in Cuba, the transgender takeover of society, and the relentless push for the governments of the world to force the entire human population to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, it’s easy to overlook something like the ongoing end times freight train that is the Abraham Accords. In Israel today, the UAE celebrated the opening of its embassy in the same building as the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange in Israel. Ahh, the distinct odor of the ‘Two State Solution’ is wafting across my screen as I write this.
“Wherefore hear the word of the LORD, ye scornful men, that rule this people which is in Jerusalem. Because ye have said, We have made a covenant with death, and with hell are we at agreement; when the overflowing scourge shall pass through, it shall not come unto us: for we have made lies our refuge, and under falsehood have we hid ourselves:” Isaiah 28:14,15 (KJB)
Keep watching the headlines for stories about the soon to be rebuilt Jewish Temple in Jerusalem, because that absolutely will be part of the deal Israel will soon make in the ‘Two State Solution’. It’s the only thing you could offer them that would make them agree to divide the land as Joel 3 tells us it will be. Our parents generation watched the regathering of Israel, our generation is watching them race to a covenant that will be confirmed by Antichrist before it’s all over. Exciting times we live in! Flight #777 now boarding, make sure you have your ticket.
UAE embassy opens in Tel Aviv, marking ‘new paradigm for peace’
FROM THE JERUSALEM POST: “This embassy is not just a hub for diplomats, but a base to continue in our new partnership,” UAE Ambassador Mohamed Al Khaja said. “It marks a new paradigm for peace and a model for a new collaborative approach for conflict resolution.”
The UAE and Israel announced they were making peace and normalizing relations last August, in what was called the Abraham Accords, and Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco followed soon after. Israel opened an embassy in Abu Dhabi and a consulate in Dubai last month, when Foreign Minister Yair Lapid visited the UAE. The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange was crowded with excited guests for the embassy opening, among them President Isaac Herzog and former foreign minister Gabi Ashkenazi. Lapid was in quarantine because one of his aides had tested positive for COVID-19. Al Khaja met Herzog at his car on a narrow central Tel Aviv street, outside the stock exchange building, where passers-by watched proceedings from across the street. The ambassador escorted the president to flagpoles set up outside, where the ambassador raised the Emirati flag as his country’s anthem played.
At the end of the ceremony, Al Khaja opened the day’s TASE trading. In his remarks, Al Khaja touted the planned cooperation between universities, hospitals and researchers in Israel and the UAE, as well as the agreements the countries signed in the areas of economics, air travel and agriculture, and said they are “just the beginning.”
“In the post-COVID world, those who innovate will lead,” the ambassador said. “The UAE and Israel are innovative nations that will harness innovation for the future of the people of the country and the region. The people of the region are hoping for a new, prosperous Middle East.”
Herzog said that “seeing the Emirati flag flying in Tel Aviv may have seemed like a far-fetched dream a year ago.” However, the president added, “nothing can be more natural or more normal,” because Israelis and Emiratis have so much in common.
“We are deeply rooted in our land with eyes on the stars. We are building modern states out of desert sands and made the impossible possible,” Herzog said.
The location of the ceremony at the TASE was fitting because of economic ties between the nations, he added.
“With people-to-people dialogue, both of our cultures will be enriched,” the president said.
Herzog thanked UAE leader Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed and former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu for their work on bringing the two nations together, and emphasized the former’s “opening the door to a warm friendship between our peoples.” READ MORE
Israel: UAE opens embassy in Tel Aviv
Listen to them talking about a ‘new paradigm for peace’ and a ‘future of peace and prosperity in the Middle East’, that’ll send a chill down your spine like nothing else if you are a student of end times King James Bible prophecy.
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