Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Reliving '67 in '13 - The '45' of Moshiach







The Midrash says: that Moshiach will be revealed, concealed, and revealed again; a difference of 45 years. They learn this from Moshe Rabbeinu, who himself was revealed, concealed, and revealed again; for this Moshe is the principle of "The First Redeemer will be like the Final Redeemer [based on Mishlei - a remez of Moshe's name].

It is now 45 years since the 6-Day War. Was that war the beginning of the Revelation of Moshiach? - It certainly seemed like they could have made it the Geulah, built the Temple, and give the final blow to Islam - look at the picture above!

So are we 45 years later into final revelation - i.e. "in a Guf?" MBY----> MBD

If one were to watch the news in '67 and wake up today, would there be any difference of what is being reported? Gaza, Golan, Syria, etc, etc.

So now as we take our final tours of Syria, Israel is ready to erupt in some way shape or form. It seems impossible to keep status qua much longer - for better or worse.

***All Jewish Time has a +/- of 2 years: "Ad v'ad vechlal, ad v'lo ad v'chlal" - inclusive/exclusive. thus at any given moment '72' - for example can be +/-2 - by the dynamic of perspective of time. Interestingly this cheshbon takes us to '75-6 - the next Shmittah, and believed to be next Yoval. The Geulas HaGer can only take place within a Yovel. 


AlMonitor:



Israel seems to be preparing itself for the collapse of the Assad regime.

For now, Israel’s biggest concern about the possible fall of Assad seems to be the fate of Syria’s chemical weapons. According to Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel is cooperating with the US and international community on this issue. But when Assad falls, his regime’s chemical weapons will not be the only possible threat to the State of Israel.

In the case of a Syrian civil war, Iran is likely to do its utmost to bleed Israel diplomatically, economically and militarily by drawing it into a long guerrilla war in Syria. Tehran was hoping that this would happen during the recent conflict in Gaza, but was disappointed when the war only lasted eight days. Hasan Hanizadeh, a Tehran-based strategic-affairs analyst, recently told the Associated Press that "Iran is concerned about the power of pro-Saudi forces if Assad is brought down." Hanizadeh believes that as a result, “Iran is trying to organize other groups in Syria as alternatives, just in case." Part of this organization is likely to include setting up weapons caches inside Syria which can also be used against Israeli targets. The question which we in Israel must ask ourselves is this: Are we ready to meet this threat?

In terms of a military response, Israel has overwhelming firepower in the air and on the ground, as well as a sophisticated missile-defense system. Israel can also use the commanding Golan Heights to locate and fire back at rebels that target its army and civilians.

But being militarily prepared is not going to be sufficient. As the recent Gaza war showed, Israel will also need to be diplomatically prepared as well. After all, it was the lack of diplomatic credibility which stopped Netanyahu from launching a massive ground operation against Gaza militants. To attack targets in Syria, Israel will need as much diplomatic credibility as it needed in Gaza, if not more.

After all, to counter the threats from Syria, Israel is going to have to attack the territory of an Arab country. This could have many consequences in the Arab world, including with countries with whom Israel has relations, such as Jordan and Egypt. As much as Egypt would be against the spread of the Iranian regime’s presence and influence in post-Assad Syria, its unlikely to sit idly and watch continued Israeli strikes against territory of another Arab country.

The Egyptians may not say anything about the first 10 aerial Israeli strikes against Syrian territory, but after that, they are probably going to want to become involved. This is especially true since Egypt under President Mohammed Morsi is trying to become the leader of the Arab Sunni world. There are also domestic challenges which Morsi’s government is facing, from which he will want to divert attention, and therefore, the chances that he will want to be seen stopping Israeli attacks against Syrian territory increase even more.

What Iran will be hoping is that Israel will continue with its settlement construction, because that would reduce Israel’s diplomatic ability to justify its attacks against Syrian territory. Although Israel has every right to respond to attacks against its sovereignty, the fact that it has been provoking the Arab world and the EU with recent settlement expansions means that tolerance for Israeli military action in against the territory of another Arab country will be lower. The recent deterioration in relations between Israel and the EU over construction plans in Jerusalem’s E1 area has been a gift for Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. For a long time, the Iranian regime has wanted to see Israel and the EU grow apart, but it was unable to do much about this. This is especially true about Israel’s relations with Catherine Ashton, who heads the EU’s nuclear-negotiation team with Iran. Over the years, the Iranian regime has been angered by what it sees as Ashton's closeness with the Israeli government over the issue of Iran’s nuclear program. 

The Iranian regime must now be very content with Netanyahu’s recent settlement decision, as it has raised Ashton's ire, something which Iran has always wanted. Khamenei has also wanted the Israeli government to be placed under EU sanctions. All it has to do now is to wait and see whether Netanyahu will do the job for him by building more settlements. That is further down the line. What is more immediate is the emerging threat from Syria. Israel’s northern citizens will be in the crosshairs of Iran’s allies in Syria. Israel will need to respond such a threat, and to do so effectively, it will need to end its self-imposed isolation, brought about by counter-productive settlement policies. Firepower alone won’t be enough. 

1967 P.M.  לֵוִי שׁקוֹלנִיק
 Levi = Join; "Shkolnik = 596 - Yerushalayim ---> "Join Jerusalem!"


Bibi - 45 years later

Benyamin - "of the Tribe of"; Netanyahu - God gave us;  =  ----> ["... Benyamin," i.e. Jews of Galus into a viable nation. Benyamin had 10 sons named after Yosef - this formed the diaspora Jew until the final Benyamin: the Holy of Holies in the Third Temple, both called a Friend to God.]

Thus: Join Jerusalem, "the Holy of Holies - God gave us!" 1967-2012 P.M. of Israel then - now

2 comments :

Anonymous said...

Don't completely understand, as in next to the last paragraph above - "Israel's northern citizens will be in the crosshairs.......". Where it says that "Israel will need to end its self-imposed isolation and its counter productive settlement policies". Counter productive? Isolation being bad for Israel? Thought that only when we rely on no one nor any nation and only rely on Him, will H' take over to finish the job.

Keter Malchut (Kabbalah Redemption) said...

The answer is its 45 years from Gimmel Tammuz, 5754-5799. Key changes happened in 5773, now it will roll out until end of century.

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