Friday, June 5, 2009

Iran, A Nuke, and Year's End

I hate to belabor the point, but President Obama has been somewhat lethargic in his opposition to Iran gaining nuclear capability stating that Iran has the need and the right to seek civilian use for nuclear power. (This on the number two oil-rich country in the Middle East.) In regards to Iran seeking to develop nuclear weapons, Obama has given Iran until the end of the year to begin getting series about abandoning their goals. Read the following and tell me we are not quickly approaching a moment in which Israel must send it's F-16 "Lightnings" to attack Iran.
(Of course, Obama has all but told Israel , "If you attack Iran, you'll be on your own."

I am convinced, if Israel attacks Iran, Russia will respond by pulling together its coalition for the purpose of destroying the Jews once and for all. We could literally be just a few months away from the fulfillment of Ezekiel 38 and 39. That would be about the same time the American economy goes over the edge of a cliff. Not to panic...God is in control. Read this from the Debka Files.

Enough fissile material for Iranian nuke by year's end - AMAN officer
DEBKAfile Report

Brig. Gen. Yossi Baidatz, director of Israeli military intelligence (AMAN) research division estimates that Iran will have accumulated enough fissile material to build its first nuclear bomb by the end of this year.
He offered this estimate to the Knesset foreign affairs and security committee Monday, June 1, at the first session to be attended by prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu.
Iran's nuclear clock, said Baidatz, is ticking away faster than international diplomacy. Iran has rockets that can hit Israel, he said. As he spoke, the country's biggest civil defense exercise configured for possible rocket attacks from four directions, including Iran, was in progress.
"We shall not evacuate settlements, but we will remove illegal outposts," the prime minister stressed. The American demand not to provide for natural growth is not reasonable, he said.
This issue will not doubt figure in defense minister Ehud Barak talks in Washington. After taking off for the US capital Sunday night, he left his aides orders for the removal of 22 outposts. Three provisional structures were torn down Monday morning at Elon Moreh. Barak will be meeting vice president Joseph Biden, defense secretary Robert Gates and National Security Adviser Gen. James Jones.

My friend, now is the time to be about the Lord's business. (Not shooting abortion doctors, but interjecting life wherever and whenever we can...the life of Christ, that is.)
Jimmy Root Jr
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