Nowtheendbegins – Announced on August 13, the Abraham Accord was the first such accommodation between an Arab country and Israel since the 1994 peace agreement with Jordan.
Well, that happened fast, don’t you think? It was only a few weeks ago on August 13th that President Trump and Jared Kushner held their stunning press event to announce the Abraham Accord peace covenant between Israel and the UAE. Many prophecy watchers thought it would take months to hammer out, but in actuality only a brief 4 weeks. Things happen quick in the end times. Of course, the real ‘price’ of the Abraham Accord for Israel is giving up their oft-stated desire to annex Judea and Samaria. That’s a big one, to say the least.
Wherefore hear the word of the LORD, ye scornful men, that rule this people which is in Jerusalem. Because ye have said, We have made a covenant with death, and with hell are we at agreement; when the overflowing scourge shall pass through, it shall not come unto us: for we have made lies our refuge, and under falsehood have we hid ourselves:Isaiah 28:14,15 (KJB)
No, this is not the Daniel 9:27 covenant, but it is a major if not the biggest step forward since Israel was regathered back in 1948. You can think of the Abraham Accord as the platform on which the rest of the house will soon be built. Things are happening fast as end times events are speeding up, so stay awake and stay vigilant. To the fight!
UAE-Israel Abraham Accord deal-signing ceremony to be held Sept. 15 in Washington
FROM THE JERUSALEM POST: The signing ceremony of the Abraham Accord between Israel and the UAE will take place on September 15 in Washington, the White House confirmed on Tuesday. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will represent Israel, the Foreign Affairs Minister and the crown prince’s brother, Abdullah bin Zayed will represent the UAE.
Netanyahu said he is “proud to be going to Washington next week at US President Donald Trump’s invitation, to participate in the historic ceremony in the White House, celebrating establishing a peace treaty between Israel and the United Arab Emirates.”
Last week, Israel and the United Arab Emirates started discussions to open embassies in each other’s countries, during a high-level government meeting in Abu Dhabi.
The Israeli delegation headed by National Security Adviser Meir Ben-Shabbat, together with his American counterpart Robert O’Brien, White House special advisers Jared Kushner and Avi Berkowitz, and others arrived on the first-ever direct flight by an Israeli airline from Israel to the UAE. The El Al plane, bearing an Israeli flag, was also the first-ever Israeli flight over Saudi Arabia.
Jared Kushner said the Saudis are “very gracious” for allowing the first Israeli flight in their airspace, and that the flight is “a manifestation of what is possible in the Middle East.”
“WE CAN TAKE IT AS A SIGN,” KUSHNER SAID. “IT’S AN ENCOURAGEMENT FOR THIS PROGRESS.”
The special adviser commended Netanyahu and Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Mohammed bin Zayed for their “great leadership.” Meanwhile, the Palestinian leadership has watered down its criticism of the normalization deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates before an Arab League meeting in Cairo on Wednesday at which the accord will be debated.
A draft resolution presented by the Palestinian envoy, a copy of which was seen by Reuters, does not include a call to condemn, or act against, the Emirates over the US-brokered deal.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas also issued instructions on Tuesday banning any offensive statements or actions towards Arab leaders, including UAE rulers. Announced on August 13, the accord was the first such accommodation between an Arab country and Israel since the 1994 peace agreement with Jordan. READ MORE