And it shall come to pass in that day, that I will seek to destroy all the nations that come against Jerusalem.
Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: they shall prosper that love thee.
Not only are the Israeli people celebrating 69 years of the rebirth of their nation, but this month they are commemorating 50 years of reunification of the city of Jerusalem. The original event happened during the six-day war in June, 1967. The Jews were fighting Egypt, Syria, Jordan, and Iran. The result was a complete victory for the Jewish people.
They took great care while fighting in Jerusalem because they did not want to destroy any parts of the Holy City. They wanted to regain all of Jerusalem because in prior times it was their capital. King David conquered the city from the Jebusites and made it the capital of Israel during his 40-year reign. The city was destroyed in A.D.70 by the Romans and the inhabitants were scattered.
Interestingly, Jerusalem is the Holy City for the three dominant beliefs: Christianity, Judaism, and Muslim.
The United States have been the main ally of Israel even before this country’s inception continually. Through our enslavement the African American community made all of this possible.
The Jews have maintained that if they had had their own land, there would not have been concentration camps. They would have had some place to go. They mean to hold on to this land by any means necessary.
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