The United States And Israel Host An ‘Unimaginable’ Abraham Accords Summit including The United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Morocco And Egypt

The Middle East is changing, and it’s changing for the better.  We’re cultivating old ties and building new bridges.  We’re rejuvenating old peace and charging it with the new energy of the Abraham Accords.  We’re working together to overcome the old forces of darkness and build a new future that’s better, brighter, and promising.  And I want to thank you, Mr. Secretary, for your personal commitment to the Abraham Accords and for your continued efforts to grow, nurture, and further expand this important regional partnership.

Foreign ministers from the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Morocco and Egypt gathered in Israel for the first time ever in a historic Negev summit U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Sunday said would have been “unimaginable” a few years ago without the Abraham Accords.

The Abraham Accords is the end times gift that keeps giving, and today it produced further fruit towards pushing the entire world towards the Two State Solution that God mentions in the book of Joel. You see, Israel and Jerusalem is not “international property”, and it is not “Jerusalem for all nations”, that’s God land and He will not sit by and do nothing as it gets divided.

“For, behold, in those days, and in that time, when I shall bring again the captivity of Judah and Jerusalem, I will also gather all nations, and will bring them down into the valley of Jehoshaphat, and will plead with them there for my people and for my heritage Israel, whom they have scattered among the nations, and parted my land.” 

Joel 3:1,2 (KJB)

When you think of all the end times things that are active right now, it is enough to make a Bible believer absolutely giddy with excitement, never in my 31 years of being saved have I ever witnessed a time period like this one. Day 742 of 15 Days To Flatten the Curve is looking pretty good right now.

Antony Blinken Touts ‘Unimaginable’ Abraham Accords Summit Between Four Arab FMs in Israel

FROM US DEPARTMENT OF STATE: Today is a historic day.  We’re hosting the Negev Summit here in Israel, where the foreign ministers of Egypt, the UAE, Morocco, Bahrain will gather together with Israel and the United States in Sde Boker, southern Israel, for this momentous occasion.  I’d like to convey my thanks to you, Secretary of State Blinken, and to Israel’s foreign minister, my friend Yair Lapid, for the important parts you’re playing in this summit.

The Middle East is changing, and it’s changing for the better.  We’re cultivating old ties and building new bridges.  We’re rejuvenating old peace and charging it with the new energy of the Abraham Accords.  We’re working together to overcome the old forces of darkness and build a new future that’s better, brighter, and promising.  And I want to thank you, Mr. Secretary, for your personal commitment to the Abraham Accords and for your continued efforts to grow, nurture, and further expand this important regional partnership.

Israel’s doors are as open as ever, as you’ve seen.  In a turbulent world, Israel is a force for peace, prosperity, stability, and for doing good.  That’s what we’re about: to be strong here and do good.  And unfortunately, there are other forces in the region that are still violent and destructive.  As I just shared with you in the meeting, we’re concerned about the intention to delist the IRGC, the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps.  Their proxy, the Houthis, just this weekend carried out a horrific attack on Saudi Arabia.  I hope the United States will hear the concerned voices from the region, Israel’s and others’, on this very important issue. READ MORE