Talking Mideast peace?
The Bible calls the Jews “God's chosen people.”
God gave the land of Canaan (now Israel) to the 12 tribes of Israel. It was given to the Jews through Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.
Read Joshua 1:1-5 and Deuteronomy 31: 7-8. God also says in Genesis 12:3 to the Jews: “I will bless those who bless you and whoever curses you, I will curse.”
For the last seven years, Hamas has been sending rockets into Israel. The media haven't said much about it, but now that Israel's fighting back, the media are reporting it — usually making Israel the “bad guy.”
Now we see Hillary Clinton rushing to the Middle East to talk peace. Where was she seven years ago?
When President Obama first got elected, do you know he promised the Palestinians Jerusalem? What would he think if some other country promised to give our enemies Washington, D.C.?
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