Subject: War in Israel/Prophecy #824?
Date: Sun, 31 Mar 2002 15:05:40 -0800
From: ronald viessman>

Ray: Passing this on/something to watch, ... Sharon says ("Israel is at War).......Ron Viessman

824. Prophecy given to Raymond Aguilera on 25 October 1995 at 8:15 PM.

At the Wednesday night prayer meeting, the Lord gave me this Prophecy and told me to speak it out:

Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv. Tel Aviv will go to War! Tel Aviv will go to War! (over)

Israel's Prime Minister was killed a week and a half later on 4 November 1995 in Tel Aviv.

From the News...........31 March-02 Sunday

Sharon Says Israel at War; Suicide Bomber Strikes

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said Sunday Israel was at war and vowed to crush Palestinian "terrorism" after a suicide bomber killed 15 people and Yasser Arafat's guards battled troops besieging his headquarters.

The Palestinian suicide bomber blew himself up in a restaurant in the Israeli port city of Haifa, also wounding more than 40 people in a blast that tore off the roof and spewed debris over a car park.

Two hours later, a second suicide attack wounded six people at a Jewish settlement in the West Bank and Israeli troops fought Arafat's guards and tightened their ring around his headquarters in the West Bank city of Ramallah.

Witnesses said tanks later rumbled into the West Bank city of Qalqilya, and fears of all-out war were growing after 18 months of tit-for-tat violence since the Palestinians rose up against Israeli occupation in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

"Citizens of Israel: the state of Israel is at war, a war against terror," Sharon said in a brief televised address.

"We must fight this terrorism, in an uncompromising war to uproot these savages, to dismantle their infrastructure, because there is no compromise with terrorists."

He said Arafat "activated, coordinated and directed" the campaign against Israel and that he was "the enemy of the free world." A cease-fire would be possible once the campaign against the Palestinians had been completed, he said.

"The state of Israel is at a decisive point in its history. The situation is not easy, but...we will prevail."

The Palestinians swiftly rejected Sharon's comments.

"This is Sharon's style, nothing new and nothing surprising. But by claiming he will extend his hand for peace after he completes his mission, Sharon is only making a silly joke," said Information Minister Yasser Abed Rabbo.

"The world knows what hand Sharon has extended. It is the hand that carries the tools of killing and it is the hand soaked with the blood of the people in the region, including that of the Palestinian people."

In an interview for broadcast on CBS TV's "60 Minutes," Sharon said he would take part if the United States called a Middle East peace meeting with Arab leaders.