Saudi Arabia Wants the Internationalization of Jerusalem and Other Israeli Holy Sites
And yet, Saudi Arabia threatens War over the Internationalization of Its Islamic Holy Sites…
Saudi foreign minister called what he said was Qatar’s demand for an internationalization of the Muslim hajj pilgrimage a declaration of war against Saudi Arabia, as reported by Reuters.
“Qatar’s demands to internationalize the holy sites is aggressive and a declaration of war against the kingdom [of Saudi Arabia],” said the minister.
“We reserve the right to respond to anyone who is working on the internationalization of the holy sites,” he said.
I understand the Saudi feelings. Jesus said about these feelings:
“So whatever you wish that others would do to you, do also to them.” (Matthew 7:12 ESV)
So if Saudi Arabia does not want the internationalization of its own Islamic holy sites, why does it want the internationalization of Jerusalem and other Israeli holy sites?
For years Saudi Arabia, Turkey, the Vatican and the United States have, according to WND, worked on a plan for the internationalization of Jerusalem and other Israeli holy sites. And Israel, pacifically, has declared no war on the intrusive planners.
What protects Saudi holy sites from internationalization is the “holy” Islamic wrath, which is very manifest in the many radical Islamic groups, including ISIS, supported by Saudi Arabia.
What protects Israel is Bible’s God.
In April 5, 1945, U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt met with King Abdul Aziz ibn Saud, the founder of Saudi Arabia, and assured him that he would not let the State of Israel be born. He died before fulfilling his promise.
God fights for Israel!
Saudi Arabia, Turkey, the Vatican and the United States have no right whatsoever to decide anything about Jerusalem and other Israeli holy sites, because these sites belong exclusively to God and he has already given them to one people: the Jews.
Even so, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, the Vatican and the United States have, through their intrusive decisions, hindered Israel from having what is rightfully its.
Why do not Turkey, the Vatican and the United States hinder Saudi Arabia from having its holy places?
Some could ask: “If God fights for Israel, why has not he protected Israel from the intrusive decisions of Saudi Arabia, Turkey, the Vatican and the United States?”
Is Israel prepared to keep Jerusalem? Today, even under the right-wing administration of Benjamin Netanyahu, Jerusalem has homosexual parades. No other nation in the Middle East has such abominable spectacle of depravity. Israel is defying God with one of the most heinous sins condemned by God.
God did not give Jerusalem to sodomites. He gave it to the Jews. If the Jews want God to confirm Jerusalem in their hands, they need to stop celebrating sodomy.
If God did not spare Sodom over the homosexual sin, how could he tolerate a modern Jerusalem celebrating homosexuality and abortion? Yes, Israel has one of the most liberal abortion laws in the world and it is the only nation in the Middle East with such murderous law.
God wants to fight for Jerusalem to be exclusively under Jewish ownership, but the Jews are not collaborating. Their heavy sins are hindering.
The same God who said that Jerusalem belongs to the Jews also said that homosexuality is an abomination.
The same God who said that Jerusalem belongs to the Jews also punished, with total destruction, Sodom over its homosexual sins.
Why should he tolerate a Jerusalem celebrating the sin that destroyed Sodom?
Even so, Saudi Arabia has no right to do to Jerusalem and other Israeli holy sites what it does not want other nations to do to the Saudi Islamic holy places.
With information from WND and Reuters.
Portuguese version of this article: Arábia Saudita, que ameaça guerra por causa da internacionalização de seus locais santos islâmicos
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