The purpose of this Newsletter is to illuminate the current events on the worlds stage that pertain to the fulfillment of Daniels Prophecy about the End Time of the Jews and Jerusalem and the rise of the
"Little Horn"/"Peacemaker" 
character of the prophecy. 

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This ends the rise of the "Little Horn" during the reign of 
The Hashemite King
King Hussein bin Talal.
42nd descendant of the prophet Muhammad

His death marked the end of 19 years of watching his rise.  
He passes the Hashemite Throne on to his eldest son
King ABDULLAH II
43rd descendant of the prophet Muhammad

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. . . WEARING "PROPHECY GLASSES"



The Scripture depicting the Character . . .

"I considered the horns, and, behold,
there came up among them another
Little Horn . . ."Dan.7:8

"Then he shall confirm a covenant with
many for one week; . . ." Dan.9:27

"And I saw when The Lamb opened one of the seals and behold a white horse: and he that sat on him had a bow; and a crown was given unto him. . ."Rev.6
 

The Headlines that report his rise. . .


January 10, 1996
Tele Aviv - Reuters

ISRAELIS HAIL JORDAN'S KING AS PEACEMAKER

King Hussein is the 42nd descendant of the Prophet Muhammad, ruler of the true Hashemite Kingdom, the Kingdom of Muhammad. By birthright the only Religious Royalty in the Muslim World, keeper of the holy shrines of the Muslims including Temple Mount in Jerusalem.

You may view his family tree & some other interesting photos by clicking here.

You may study the history of the Hashemite Kingdom by clicking here


     THE KING IS DEAD! . . . LONG LIVE THE KING!
 

 

As the Prophecy of Daniel clearly defines the territory from which the Antichrist will arise as the 7th Empire to arise on the land of Babylon, out of which all of the Empires of King Nebuchadnezzar's dream arose, history has defined that Empire as the Moslem Empire, ruled from the Hashemite Kingdom by the Empire's founder, Muhammad, the prophet of Allah.

King Abdullah is the 43rd descendant of the Prophet Muhammad, ruler of the true Hashemite Kingdom, the Kingdom of Muhammad. By birthright the only Religious Royalty in the Muslim World, keeper of the holy shrines of the Muslims including Temple Mount in Jerusalem.

Although we have watched the former King for the past 19 years, he did not complete the rise to his biblical destiny, hence, the watch now begins of his successor, his son, King Abdullah, King of the Hashemite's. King Abdullah has vowed to continue the peaceful pursuits of his father along with the return of Hashemite rule to his true Kingdom.


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THE RISE OF THE PEACEMAKER

THE ROAD TO PEACE


IMPORTANT ARTICLES ON THE KING FROM MER

KING COLLABORATOR

MER - Washington - 17 March: The Hashemite King of Jordan visits Washington once again and meets with President Clinton Thursday afternoon. Himself quite a philanderer -- both sexually and politically -- he has much more serious matters to discuss with his friend Bill. At stake is not only his continuing rule, but the continuing dominance of the American Empire in the Middle East, how to resurrect the infamous "peace process" and keep the Palestinians tightly controlled, the still-likely future bombing of Iraq, and of course more U.S. money and arms for the ever-compliant "Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan". More than any other Arab family, it is the Hashemite's that have been used by the West throughout this century to control and manipulate the Arab peoples. True, his days of official payments from the CIA ended some decades ago...but the overall relationships and connections have expanded considerably. After their defeat and exile from the Hejaz by the al-Sauds, Hashemite regimes were set up by the Brits in TransJordan and Iraq; and the Middle East has never been able to right itself since. King Hussein's relatives were dismembered and dragged through the streets of Baghdad some decades ago. It was of course Hashemite rule there in the cradle of civilization that lead to the Bathist party and Saddam Hussein. So far, the Jordanian King has remained and prospered, continually propped up and, at crucial moments, occasionally saved by the Americans and the Israelis. Moreover, the Israelis never would have won the civil war of 1948 had it not been for the secret agreements reached between the Ben-Gurion Jewish Agency and King Hussein's grandfather, himself assassinated by a Palestinian a few years later when trying to visit Jerusalem. Indeed, King Hussein personally wins the award for the longest and most intimate history of collaboration with Israel as well as his record of lackeydom for the Western powers. Fear and repression are rampant throughout Jordan today; admittedly masked at times by public relations manipulation of much of the media. Even MER supporters have been "warned" and threatened not to be; while after a particularly revealing article last year a prominent crony of the King lashed out at MER directly with this threat:

"You...need to be terminated, and your defamations of the King and Country that has sacrificed so much for there (sic) Palestinian cousins should not go unpunished!" Fady L. Shaka'a - Amman - 10/1/97

Jordan's national Assembly is one of those subterfuges the Arab people are forced to succumb to. The most recent "elections" were largely boycotted, and rightly so. The most vocal and prominent opposition leaders are either in jail or continually "threatened" and "encouraged" to stay loyal to the King or else. The Hashemite regime uses the terminology of democracy as a veneer to disguise the all- controlling police-state just under the polite polished surface. The Crown Prince of Jordan recently made a very public visit to Israel, the regime eager as effort to work closely with the Israelis to control and weaken the Palestinians. Public and private visits from the highest-ranking Israelis are now constant in Amman. The regime has even developed close relations with Ariel Sharon, a man who has made a career of bludgeoning and massacring Palestinians and the primary architect of Israeli expansion and settlement policies. It is all part of the ongoing Hashemite quest to outmaneuver the Palestinians and preserve Jordanian economic and political influence in the "autonomous" areas that more and more resemble Reservations and Bantustans. As King Hussein and entourage visit with their American allies the rest of us should remember what his regime is all about and what the Hashemite-U.S.-Israeli collaboration has become.

Below is a list of MER articles from the past year dealing with the realities of Jordan -- all collected at: http://www.middleeast.org/jordan.htm for easy review.

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MER JORDAN MAGAZINE
 

 

  • Hussein of America

  • Hussein of Jordan - Master of Deception and Collusion

  • "Collusion Across The Jordan" - must reading

  • More Collusion Across The Jordan - SHARON and JORDAN

  • J O R D A N ' S H A S H E M I T E S and Israel's Mossad

  • "We'll Butcher Them"! - Jordanian Realities

  • Threats and Disinformation Against MER

  • Jordanian 'Democracy' A Myth...and Rami Khouri

  • JORDANIAN ISRAELI COLLABORATION -- A LONG, SORDID HISTORY

  • Doha: Arab Businessmen Should Simply Not Go

  • Rami Khouri - U.S. Tour to Propagandize for Jordan and the Arab "Client Regimes"

  • RELEASING" THE HEAD OF HAMAS... NOT AS CNN MAKES IT SEEM!

  • CIA, Washington, and the Middle East

  • Sharon Masterminds Israeli Expansion


Hussein is more popular than Netanyahu....
``Bibi is the prime minister of only half the Israelis, but Hussein is the king of all of Israel,'' he said, using Netanyahu's nickname.

"You are also our king. Welcome, welcome, king of peace. God bless you and your family. '' Grandfather of slain child from JPost


The Prince of Peace 
Analysis by DAVID MAKOVSKY 

JERUSALEM (March 17) -- Jordan's King Hussein proved yesterday why so many Israelis view him as the "Prince of Peace." 

CHN Editor's note: Jesus, the Prince, IS the Prince of Peace - Hussein is the earthly prince of peace - and he's rising to power riding the white horse of peace as the acclaimed Peacemaker, and Prince of Peace of the Jews!)

He seems to be the only Arab leader in the region who demonstrates he favors an expansive definition of peace favored by Israel and yet unfulfilled, namely not just a political accommodation between states, but rather personal reconciliation between peoples.

Consoling bereaved families gives peace a human face, of which a hundred speeches at symposia or endless photo-ops between leaders cannot convey. Indeed, such actions only serve to underscore Hussein's sincerity when he makes clear that he wants to take bold steps for peace for posterity.

Beyond that, it seems that Hussein's actions are designed to create a new standard of peace, namely setting as its aim the alleviation of suffering of a single individual caught in the crossfire of an old conflict. The history of the region details governments, wars and even peace treaties, but in this part of the world, too little attention is paid to those families who bear the brunt of suffering.

One hopes that Hussein's condolence calls will reverberate around the region and maybe other leaders will emulate his example. One cannot recall the last time Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak or Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser Arafat visited the bereaved families of the other side, who have been struck down by a terrorist or accident, for that matter.

However, Hussein set more than a humanitarian standard yesterday. Specifically, by helping reestablish phone contact between Netanyahu and Arafat, Hussein has demonstrated his own importance to Middle East peace-making. Despite being a leader of a small buffer state, this is the second time - Hebron being the first - that he is seeking to bring Israelis and Palestinians together.

The lack of trust between Netanyahu and Arafat necessitates that there will have to be a third party go-between, and therefore, along with the US, Hussein's peace brokering is likely to continue for some time to come.


 
 

TEL AVIV (January 13, 1997) 

HUSSEIN COMPROMISE MAY CLINCH
HEBRON DEAL

AND IT DID!


Jordan Times Newspaper 12/4/97

Monarch inspects renovations of Royal Palace donated to orphans,
officially opens 'Dar Al Bir'


".....Eliana Swies, one of the doctors, described the King's gesture as "a fairy tale of a king who gives his home to the needy children of the land, only this one is for real....."


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THE MARRIAGE OF THE BEAST
& THE FALSE PROPHET
Jordan Times Newspaper 12/4/97

CHN Editorial Note

On the authority of Rev 13:11, the second beast comes up from the earth and has two horns like a lamb. . . . This is the 'false prophet' it's speaking of, and as a "representative of Christ ", he "looks" like a lamb [two horns like a lamb], but he speaks like a dragon . . . one must listen to his message . . . he is the voice of compromise . . . This is exactly what Prince Hassan is saying
and exactly what the Pope preaches . . . human dignity . . . 

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TO HEAR THE WORDS OF
KING HUSSEIN
AS DELIVERED BY HIS BROTHER PRINCE HASSAN
to the Royal Academy for Islamic Civilization Research
and the Vatican


JORDAN TIMES 12-10-97 News

Palestinians ask OIC summit to counter Vatican-Israel agreement


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January 14, 1998
This is the week the event of history allows for pinpointing
Our Point in Biblical Time
by CHN staff writer

If the times in which we live, are those known as the "End Time" days of the Bible, then the time of chapter 12, verse 4 of the prophecy of Daniel has come to pass.

In chapter 12, verse 4, God commands Daniel: . . . "O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, to the time of the end . . . "

The sealing of this prophecy about the final events of God's covenant with the Jews is what makes Daniel's prophecy the key to our point in Biblical, or prophetic time. We can only be in Biblical ‘end times' when the elements of Daniel's prophecy about that time can be seen for the first, and only time on the stage of history. The seal must be broken!

To loosely summarize Daniel's prophecy is to say that it is the history of the Jews from the time of Babylon to its conclusion, written in advance. Its end time part tells of the demise of the Jews and their Holy City, Jerusalem, and how that comes about. The prophecy is also closely linked to the chapters in Revelations that speak of the same time period.

If the events of the ‘end time' portion of the prophecy were presently on the stage of history, one would be able to see them clearly, and thus be certain of the time in Biblical history that this time represents.

In addition, all the other signs of the times that are written in other books of the Bible would have to be coming into alignment at the same time that the seal on the prophecy of Daniel was broken.

For those of you who have studied Daniel and "End Time" Prophecy, the following editorial comments are a summary bringing you up to date as to what has already come to pass. For those who are not students, but are curious, and want to know and understand more, we suggest you take the tour at our website. To the Tour

At present, all the players of the ‘end time' Middle east stage are playing out their part in the fulfillment of the events of the prophecy. This Newsletter is dedicated to showing the rise of the pivotal character of the prophecy, the "little horn".

There is only one person on the stage of history today who can possibly fulfill the shoes of this character, as written in the script of the prophecy. He must be the modern day equivalent of Alexander the Great, and possess all of his traits - those depicted by a leopard.

He will win the territory once occupied by Alexander, but by flattery, although he worships the god of munitions - he will be given a crown in honor and will come by it peaceably - 3 kings who oppose the peace will be uprooted by him, which causes the Jews to mistakenly name him their deliverer. According to Shiite teaching, their "deliverer", or "Maudi" must be a direct descendant of the prophet Muhammad, which would put him in the line of the Hashemite throne.

As this newsletter aptly points out, there is only one Hashemite throne, and presently sitting on it is King Hussein of Jordan, the 42nd descendant of the prophet Muhammad, and recognized keeper of the keys to Temple Mount in Jerusalem, by declaration and treaty.

This newsletter also aptly demonstrates his meteoric rise on the scene as the world sponsored "Peacemaker" and Jewish named "Prince of Peace".

This week's action on the stage brings us to a point in time where all of the kings of the region have now come to terms with him, and pay homage to him as a man of peace, a man who can be trusted, the man they are backing. All, that is, except three. Iraq, Syria and Libya, all part of Muhammad's original Hashemite kingdom, King Hussein's' true kingdom.

Egypt, the king of the south (in the prophecy), is forced to play the part he plays at present, but hates the King, and has unsuccessfully tried time and again to use assassination on one hand, and the Palestinian's, on the other, to attain what he believes to be his destiny; the leadership of the Arab world. But alas, God has deemed that the Hashemite King would be the leader of the Arab & Muslim world. In the prophecy they eventually war against each other with Egypt on the losing end.

The USA has been given the chair by the rest of the oil consuming world to act for them in brokering a peaceful solution to this world economy's shaking need for stability in that region - and not because they love the US, but because the US has emerged the military power to be reckoned with in the world today.

A "false peace" is being forced upon the Mideast, and the lines are being drawn in the sand. The entire region has now taken sides. Turkey is allied with Israel and Jordan - a must! - The Arab nations are backing Jordan - a must! - The world via the USA is aligned with Jordan and has poured money and military equipment into her. A must to carry out the uprooting! - Israel is allied with Jordan - Joint military exercises - listening posts on Jordan's Eastern borders. - Iran has backed off and is waiting in the wings to see who wins in the Arab dispute that is about to take place - the uprooting.

All signs lead to peace, not war! War has been voted down - they opted for peace instead! The games being played at present are for on the ground gains that become the reality of the situation to be used as chips when it comes down to making the final agreements. The Palestinians are balking because the Israelis are taking unfair advantage of the situation - they are screaming, but no one has been listening - but now they are listening - because the King accepted their challenge - Last week they recognized the Kings' authority over Temple Mount, when the King sided with them on the issues of statehood and a divided capitol status for Jerusalem.

Now, Israel's prime minister has his head on the chopping block. He was elected by a very narrow margin, 50.5% to 49.5%. Now, 69% of Palestinians polled, and 59% of Israelis want peace - the economy is failing - the Palestinian Authority is threatening to break their agreement to find a way to peace and take it to war - they have Egypt's assurance of an alliance as well as Syria, Iraq and Libya. The King is in the middle, but the sides have been chosen - Peace is inevitable! But a false one at best!

But, peace, if this is the peace of Daniel 9:27, must include a provision to reinstate sacrifice on temple mount - the building of the third Temple. The key, literally to that, is through the recognized keeper of those keys - King Hussein - so, the peace cannot be made without involving him. But the fact on the ground is that he is already deeply involved. In fact the key player in the drama playing out on the worlds stage.

The other two key players, Israel and Palestine go before the "Sponsors" next week. Arafat has told Bibi flatly, not as a threat, that his backers have given the word that without substantial pullbacks in the next redeployment, holy war, Jihad, and intafada will follow.

We have come to a point in time, where if the prophecy is to be fulfilled, then the peace must prevail. If that is what comes to pass, then the arrangements previously made concerning the time for its accomplishment leads them to a final solution by the year 1999/2000. Will that occur? - We'll see . . . won't we! But only if we are watching!

What we have seen thus far is the rise of the 'little horn' character. 

King Hussein is the right man with the right traits at the right time, the authority given to him to make peace, the alliance of the 7 out of 10 kings in a loose confederacy agreed on the point of the need for peace, and their participation in it.

The identity of the three kings who will be uprooted, The drawing of the line in the sand, placing the ‘peacemaker', ‘little horn' on the line to take sides, and he choose the Muslim's side, along with the 7 kings of the region and the ‘western interests', leaving him to broker a peace involving the resumption of sacrifice for the Jews on Temple Mount.

The peace is inevitable because the alternative is a totally destructive war affecting the entire worlds' economic stability - and the last time that was tried (dessert storm), the world came in a minute to the rescue of the oil!

This is incontrovertible evidence that the seal on the prophecy of Daniel has been broken and that the events are clearly visible on today's stage of history! With that, we are unquestionably in the Biblical "End Times", and placed within a time certain of the event in Daniel chapter 9, verse 27, and chapter 6, verse 2 of Revelations which initiates what is called in the Greek, The Great Tribulation, The Great.

CHN challenges anyone, anywhere, anytime to show us any other scenario that is playing out on the ground any place in the world, at this time in history, that would lead one to claim that these are the "End Times" of the Bible!

God said you will only be in the "End Times" when you see Daniels drama playing out - period!

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 

During this same time, the prophecies call for the rise of the character known as the "False Prophet". Is there an on stage character at the present time that possesses his characteristics portrayed in the prophecies? And, is his on stage performance in accordance with the script?

To all Christian denominations, along with all the nondenominational who claim Jesus as their Lord and Master, and the Bible as the inerrant word of God - How does this all affect you?

These are the subjects of the next editorial on "Our point in Biblical time"
Be talking at you then.
 


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ON THE ROAD TO PEACE
AND THE RISE OF THE
"LITTLE HORN"/"PEACEMAKER"


Philadelphia Inquirer
12-26-97

King Hussein holds out hope for peace amid mounting frustration 

Trudy Rubin / Worldview

AMMAN, JORDAN -- The only Arab ruler who has made a warm, full peace with Israel has become embittered towards Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and deeply worried about the region's future.

Referring to the Israeli leader, Jordan's King Hussein told me in an interview, "There have been so many broken promises, so many provocative moves, that you begin to wonder is there an attempt to destroy [ the ] Oslo [ peace process ] ? There may come a time when we lose hope."

The interview took place in the new Bab al Salaam (Gate of Peace) palace, in a living room furnished with exquisite inlaid antique Arab cabinets and chairs, piles of pillows rich with Bedouin embroidery, and a coffee-table laden with pistachios and Arabic sweets. The king's downbeat assessment contrasted sharply with his public optimism about Netanyahu just after the Israeli leader's election in 1996.

Americans should pay attention to the cri de coeur of the Jordanian leader, who has gone further than any other Arab leader to promote peace with Israel. Jordan's input will be crucial to the success of any Israeli peace deal with the Palestinians.

So what has soured the Jordan-Israel relationship, on which the king staked so much? Perhaps the most divisive event was Netanyahu's dispatch of Israeli security agents to Amman in September to kill a political leader of the militant Islamic group Hamas.

"It was an insult to this country, its sovereignty, its security, and totally unwarranted," the king says, his voice shaking. If Israel believed a Jordanian citizen was involved in terrorism, he adds, its leaders should have told him, and Jordan would have dealt with the matter.

The king also cites Netanyahu's repeated failure to live up to promises that he made to the monarch to move forward with the Palestinian peace process, like a pledge to let the Palestinians open an airport in Gaza within 24 hours. The pledge was made months ago; the airport still hasn't opened.

But the latest tension-raisers are statements from senior Israeli officials to Israeli and foreign media which claim that Israel must keep a large swath of land along the Jordan River as a security zone, in part to protect Jordan from the Palestinians. These same officials also argue that Jordan will be endangered if Israel permits the Palestinians to establish a state.

The king denies any such fears. He nearly jumps from his chair when asked about the need for a Jordan River security zone to protect Jordan. "This is

absolute nonsense. If anyone wants to find an excuse not to make progress on the peace process they should find another excuse."

As for a Palestinian state, it "would not be a threat to Jordan," the king insists. He adds that such a state would have "every reason to consider Jordan a strong shoulder on which it can lean."

The reason the king is so touchy about such Israeli claims is that they stir up Palestinian fears that Israel will turn to Jordan to help it keep control over the Palestinians, rather than give the Palestinians their own state.

When Netanyahu came to office his aides made clear that this was their strategy. Such a strategy seems even more plausible now, when Israeli officials are talking about giving the Palestinians only small, unviable chunks of West Bank land.

Palestinian suspicions about the king's intent have also been fed by his close relationship with Israeli cabinet minister Ariel Sharon, who is promoting the ideas of a Jordan River security zone, and of Israel's keeping most West Bank land.

King Hussein admits to a warm relationship with Sharon, who has resolved some bilateral disputes between Israel and Jordan, like disagreements over Jordan River water. He praises Sharon as a man who keeps his word on bilateral issues. But he insists that he has made it clear to Sharon that he will not negotiate on Palestinian issues. "That's why I'm upset," he says, "by speculations that suggest we are involved."

And the king also insists that Sharon's ideas about Israel's keeping most West Bank land "are not binding on us." He hopes that these are only "starting positions" for negotiating a final solution to the Palestinian question.

My sense of the discussion is that the king is trying to cultivate Sharon, a fellow military man, out of despair that he can trust Netanyahu, and uncertainty about the Prime Minister's agenda. But the Jordanian monarch is too shrewd to try to negotiate over the heads of the Palestinians. He is simply desperate to find a way for the peace process to survive.

"I can't begin to contemplate what dangers and threats the collapse of Palestinian-Israeli peace would mean to the region," he says, pleading to the United States to take a more active role in bridging the gap between the two sides.

"If hope disappears, the majority of people belonging to the peace camp will feel that the minority who are extremists are in charge of the agenda," the king adds. Washington should pay attention to King Hussein's warning.


JORDAN TIMES
12-10-97 News

Jordan's new F-16 jet fighters to be delivered before new year
By Tareq Ayyoub

Daniel 11:38..."But in their place he shall honor a god of munitions...."

 


Key Statement by King Hussein excerpted from the Washington Post article of Sunday November 2, 1997

Here is the key statement by the King.......

But Hussein also made clear that he is increasingly inclined to draw a distinction between Netanyahu and the Israeli people, a majority of whom he says he still believes are committed to making peace with the Arabs. "It is a very fair distinction, and it's a very serious distinction in my mind," Hussein said.

"I believe there is a very large peace camp [in Israel] as is the case here in Jordan, regardless of what the intelligentsia of Amman may or may not say," he said. "But there is nothing tangible. . . . There is nothing that can allay the fears, and I think this question of fears is something that is being played upon time and again."


Jordan Times Newspaper
News

Congress approves $225m in aid
to Kingdom for '98

By Caroline Faraj


The Star
  9 October 1997

Letter from the Levant The Misha'l Affair: How Netanyahu managed to shoot himself in the foot

By Osama El-Sherif


Jordan Times Newspaper
10/9/97

King reveals letter on possible dialogue with Hamas sent to Netanyahu 48hrs before assault

BY Tareq Ayyoub


Jordan Times Newspaper
9/26/97 

King warns of dire consequences
if extremists, on both sides, win


Jordan Times Newspaper
9/14/97

Albright says U.S., Jordan partners in peace, desire to ensure bright future for entire region

By Tareq Ayyoub


Jordan Times
8/13/9 

King calls for firm stand in face of 
'limited agendas' proven disastrous

By Tareq Ayyoub


THE MID-EAST DISPATCH

DAILY NEWS FROM ISRAEL - ISSUE 225 - 11th March 1997

JORDAN'S BEST INTERESTS

Arutz-7 spoke today with Middle East affairs expert Dan Shiftan about the letter from King Hussein and what it really signifies. He said that Jordan's response to the Har Homa issue is dictated more by Jordan's relations with the Arab world than by its relations with Israel.

Prof. Shiftan explained that Egypt is largely behind the recent tensions, and that King Hussein wishes to show Egypt that it too is taking an active role.

Prof. Shiftan explained: "Actually, from Jordan's point of view, the weaker and the more splintered the Palestinian entity is, the better. Jordan would not mind at all if a large Israeli chunk of Jerusalem divides between the northern and southern halves of the Palestinian autonomy. Har Homa, too, does not interest him so much, per se, as he knows that those areas of Jerusalem are lost to him. He is interested only in the Old City, particularly the Temple Mount, and his standing in the Arab world." (ARUTZ 7 3/11)








MAJOR EVENTS ON THE ROAD TO PEACE
IN THE MIDEAST

 An accumulation of articles from around the world
focusing on the scene playing out on the
'Mideast stage'

affecting the players and events associated with
Daniels Prophecy about the end times of the
Jews and Jerusalem.


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Jordan's King Hussein: A Noble Prince Of Peace



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