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BREAKING: UN SAYS LACK OF AN ARAB-ISRAELI PEACE HORIZON IS CAUSING A CONTINUAL CYCLE OF VIOLENCE



“the lack of a political horizon for an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal is causing a continual cycle of violence and reprisals on the ground.”


That is what the United Nations Mideast envoy Tor Wennesland told the UN's Security Council members this week.


On Tuesday, the Council held its emergency session number three in the last two months to discuss the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.


This third meeting convened after the United Arab Emirates made a request in the wake of riots that erupted in Israel behind the reported murders of two Israelis by Palestinian gunmen in the town of Huwara.


The Security Council is seeking to move the Israel-Palestine peace process forward.


This is more good news for Christians who are watching for the signing of a peace deal between the two enemy nations, in the belief that a seven-year peace deal between them will start a prophetic timeline pointing to the return of Jesus Christ.


Many Christians refer to what is called "Daniel's Seventy Weeks Prophesy" for verification of the prophetic timeline (Daniel 9:24-27).


Christian Commander is keeping a Seventh Angels Sentinel watch on the return of Jesus Christ. Please continue to check our posts for the latest updates.


Here is the latest on what UN Security Council members had to say this week:


“The countries around the table agreed that the escalation of tensions needs to be something we’re kept abreast of, and that we should try to see if there are ways that we can stop any incitement to further violence and to promote dialogue,” said Malta’s Ambassador to the UN, Vanessa Frazier, to reporters after Tuesday's emergency meeting.


the deadly violence that took place earlier this week went down in the West Bank aka Judea Samaria, which is a hot spot that Jesus warned and prophesied about (Matt. 24:15-22).


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