A strictly rhetorical question about Israel: The Burdensome Stone
November 15, 2012 | 1125 GMT
Egypt has made contacts with world leaders to attempt to stop the Israeli attack on Gaza, Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi said Nov. 15, Egyptian Channel 1 TV reported. Egyptians will stand by Palestinians, Morsi said, calling on Israelis to realize that aggression is unacceptable. Morsi said Egypt made its position clear by withdrawing its ambassador. Egypt called for an urgent meeting of the U.N. Security Council and Morsi called U.S. President Barack Obama to discuss ways to calm the situation.
Turkey: Leaders Condemn Israeli Offensive On Gaza
November 15, 2012 | 1916 GMT
The latest offensive on Gaza is an instance of Israeli aggression, and the international community should take action against the aggression and stop it immediately, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Nov. 15, Cihan and Today's Zaman reported. Turkish President Abdullah Gul condemned the offensive and said that it is impossible to tolerate such attacks. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's Nov. 17-18 visit to Egypt will likely be dominated by the Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip.
This is strictly a rhetorical question that demands being asked over and over again: Why is Israel being condemned for their aggression, saying it is unacceptable, whereas Hamas has launched hundreds of rockets indiscriminately into neighborhoods and you don't hear much about it on the mainstream news?
We true Christians all know the answer, Zechariah 12:3 http://www.raptureready.com/time/rap31a.html
But nonetheless, it just astounds me to no end.
Come soon dear Lord Jesus, come soon.