In what is seen as a firm counter response to Benjamin Netanyahu’s fiery US Congress speech , the Arab League has stated that they will pursue statehood for Palestine through UN as Israel has decide to sleep on peace by denying Jerusalem to the Palestinians.

Well what is a league ? A league is a covenant or agreement .It is used in sports , war and diplomacy to signify unity and cooperation on agreed terms .Thus the Arab League is an Arab covenant or agreement.

Thus we now know what is their point of agreement . They want to divide Israel .They want to own Israel..steal.

The Bible is clear that who ever comes against the Land of Israel thus the people of Israel , will meet the fury of God because it is his land which has his holy city  Jerusalem . These places are holy not because of the people’s holiness but because God’s name is holy and whatever bears his name is holy.

The United Nations has no choice but to side with Palestine because Palestine has met the UN requirements of obtaining Statehood .If the UN denies Palestine that right , Palestinians will have a legal right according to the UN Charter to wage war under the right of self determination.

This is explosive . This is explosive . There is no point of return and we are in the throes of seeing God’s fury unleashed on the nations that come against Israel.


It is obvious to all that the best  proof of legal ownership of land is a land title .All written documents concerning actions and events are historic, they explain time.

The best land title Israel has is the Bible, also a historic book .The names of the towns( being called by the evil NWO term occupied areas) such as East Jerusalem, Hebron and Bethlehem and are written to be areas of Jewish ownership. Even though  Jews went to captivity , they returned to those places because it is called home as per Oral and Written History.

What is happening is that people are calling the Bible a forgery yet even if one doubts its Spiritual Originality you cannot doubt its Historic Originality that it was written thousands of years ago on that very land, about that very land .

If they had inserted words like Jerusalem and Hebron and Bethlehem in the Bible 500 years ago(towns which do not exist in the Koran) ,  then they have a very shaky claim to the land .But these towns  like Jericho, Bethlehem and Hebron were written about thousands of years ago in the Bible as having Jewish inhabitants , proving Jewish ownership.

If the owners are still alive , who is UN to deny them ownership ?

Why is this being ignored ? Because the Antichrist and False Prophet is against Israel and has deceived her to sign the Oslo accords only to turn against her just as the scriptures have said.

Daniel 11:23 And after the league made with him he shall work deceitfully

God Bless You

Arthur Owiti


Arab League panel to seek UN membership for ‘Palestine’

DOHA – An Arab League committee decided on Saturday to seek full UN membership for a Palestinian state in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, with east Jerusalem as its capital, it said in a statement.

The Arab League’s peace process follow-up committee said it would request membership for the state of Palestine at the UN General Assembly’s meeting in New York in September.
Earlier, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said there were “no shared foundations” for peace talks with Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and seeking UN recognition of Palestinian statehood was his only option.

Abbas, addressing the Arab League meeting in Doha, expressed concern that taking the diplomatic step opposed by the United States and Israel could result in financial sanctions and urged Arab states to fill any gap.

While he left room for a compromise, saying a resumption of peace talks on terms acceptable to the Palestinians would avoid the UN move, the remarks were some of Abbas’s bleakest yet on the likelihood of more negotiations.

Abbas was speaking at a meeting of the Arab League’s peace process committee convened in the wake of major Middle East policy speeches in Washington by US President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

The Palestinian leadership has said Netanyahu’s ideas for peace with the Palestinians, outlined in a speech to the US Congress on Tuesday, put more obstacles in the path of an already moribund peace process.

“We see from the conditions that Netanyahu laid out that there are no shared foundations … for negotiations. Our fundamental option is to go to the United Nations,” Abbas said in his opening remarks.

“This is no secret, we have said it to the Americans and the Europeans and the Israelis, our only option is to go to the United Nations,” he said.

He expressed fear that the step would lead some states to “try to impose a siege upon us”, though he did not say to which governments he was referring. “We hope that there will be a safety net from the Arab states,” he said.

The Palestinian Authority is dependent on financial support from international donors including the United States and the European Union.

It also relies on customs duties collected on its behalf by Israel, which triggered a financial crisis for the PA earlier this month when the Israeli government temporarily withheld the funds following a reconciliation deal between the rival Fatah and Hamas groups.

Amr Moussa: “Sound path is going to the United Nations”

With the peace process at a standstill, the Palestinians have said they hope to advance their national cause by seeking full membership of the United Nations in September.

US opposition means they have very little chance of success, but Israel fears the maneuvering will leave them looking vulnerable on the diplomatic front.

Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa, a leading candidate for the Egyptian presidency, told Reuters that Netanyahu had presented nothing but a series of “no’s” in his speech to the US Congress.

“The sound path is going to the United Nations and political struggle,” Moussa said. “I believe that negotiations have become futile in light of all of these nos. What will you negotiate on?”

In a bid to break the deadlock, Obama said in a major policy speech last week that a future Palestinian state should be based on the borders as they existed on the eve of the 1967 Middle East, with land swaps mutually agreed with Israel