Thursday, September 3, 2015

Results of War

September 3, 2015
Dear Pastors:
Let me ask you to pray for the bride of my youth, Jo Ann.  She found out yesterday that she will have to have hip replacement surgery.  Dr. Paul Jacob told her she had as “bad of a hip” as he had ever seen.  She has cysts in it.  Hopefully we shall get the surgery done before the end of September.  Please hold her up to the Lord in prayer.
Cops are still being killed and the BHO set up of BLACK LIVES MATTER continues to spread division between the black and white races, as well as the Hispanic & Asian races.  In 75 years I don’t believe I have ever saw a time when our country was more divided according to race.  Pray for our Country in that regard.  BHO could have done so much for his race, but he is doing for “himself,” in ole jav’s opinion.
Joe Biden brings Iran nuclear deal sales pitch to South Florida Jewish community.
Biden is appearing at an invitation-only event at the David Posnack Jewish Community Center — in the heart of the district represented by a prime target of his salesmanship, U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Weston.
As the vice president's motorcade pulled into the center about 9 a.m., a protest of nearly 800 people moved to the front entrance, shouting  "We need a better deal!"
Biden and Wasserman Schultz will make remarks on the Iran deal, Then the media will be removed during a question-and-answer session with Jewish leaders. 
About 8:40 a.m., the invited Jewish community leaders were ushered into a relatively small room at the JCC.
Taimy Alvarez
Protesters against the Iran deal chant and carry signs outside the  David Posnack Jewish Community Center in in Davie before Vice President Joe Biden appears Thursday in an attempt to sell the Obama administration’s Iran nuclear deal to Jewish community leaders. 
Closest to where Wasserman Schultz and Biden will sit is former Cooper City Mayor Debby Eisinger.
Among the Jewish community leaders assembled are Andrew Weinstein, a Coral Springs lawyer, and Mitchell Berger, a Fort Lauderdale lawyer. Both are major national campaign fundraisers for Democratic candidates.
The table had a place for Frank Biden, the vice president’s brother, who lives in Delray Beach, but the placecard was removed about 9:15 a.m. 
Also at the table is Barbara Effman, president of the West Broward Democratic Club. Hava Holzhauer, the Florida regional director of the Anti-Defamation League, is also present. 
Outside the community center, about 800 protesters gathered at the intersection of Pine Island and Stirling roads, most of them picking up navy-blue T-shirts reading "We Need a Better Deal" from cardboard boxes that had been dropped along the sidewalk extending to the front of the community center. 
The protesters stood behind steel barricades and waved the U.S. flag or poster boards as rush-hour traffic passed. Some motorists honked their horns or waved in approval of the demonstration.
Joe Zezuloni, of Americans United Against the Deal, gave a 10-minute speech from the stage. 
"It is yet to be over; we are going to make sure our message will be heard everywhere. Make sureour message is clear, we will not accept this deal," said Zezuloni.
 Louis Reinstein, 40, an attorney from Plantation, brought his 7-year-old son Daniel to the protest. As Daniel clutched  a small wooden pole with an American flag attached, Reinstein said that although the deal won't likely be rescinded at this point, the U.S. should still consider future sanctions against Iran.
"We're here to let the world know, to let the vice president know, that we believe this deal is a bad one and that we can do better," he said. "Coming into the deal, it was the public's belief that the goal was to prevent Iran, a state sponsor of terrorism, from getting nuclear weapons, but we see that Iran is assured to get them in 10 to 15 years."
Wasserman Schultz hasn't yet said how she'll vote on the nuclear agreement, which is President Barack Obama's top foreign policy priority.
Wasserman Schultz is fiercely loyal to the president, who made her chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee. And she's been a longtime, close ally of Biden, dating to his time as a U.S. senator and her early days in the House of Representatives.
Wasserman Schultz is also the first Jewish woman from Florida to serve in Congress, and many organizations and leaders in the Jewish community oppose the deal. She's a staunch supporter of Israel, whose prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, is the world's leading opponent of the agreement.
"There are a number of questions and concerns that I have, along with my constituents and community leaders, about the agreement," Wasserman Schultz said in a statement. "Ultimately, I will make this most consequential of decisions based on what I believe is the best way to prevent Iran from achieving their nuclear ambitions."
Floridians' views of the deal between Iran and six world powers are mixed.
An Aug. 24 Quinnipiac University Poll reported 61 percent of Florida voters opposed the nuclear agreement with Iran. Just 25 percent said they supported it.
Most of the intense opposition comes from Republicans. Only 6 percent support the deal. It was supported by 50 percent of Democrats, 24 percent of independents, 27 percent of men, 24 percent of women, 29 percent of 18- to 34-year-olds and 24 percent of those 65 and older.
The agreement calls for inspections of Iran's nuclear program, reductions in uranium stockpiles and limits on its ability to enrich uranium. In return, Iran would get access to more than $100 billion in assets currently frozen in foreign banks.
Critics of the deal, including U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch, D-West Boca, are convinced at least some of the money Iran would get under the deal would be used to fund terrorism. Supporters, including U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy, a Democrat from northern Palm Beach County, said there's no better alternative and he considers the deal "the best available option to stop Iran from developing a nuclear weapon."
"Rabbis from all of the country are gathering … because of a scene of urgency of the moment of this Iran deal and how dangerous it is to the national security of Americans and to our brothers and sisters in Israel," Goldberg, a Florida Rabbi, said.
Even though the administration just secured the votes, Goldberg said opponents aren't willing to concede. "We don't believe it's over until it's over," he said. "Until the vote is taken, people's minds can can still be changed."

Donald Trump: Nuclear deal calls for US to defend Iran against Israeli attack

"If Israel attacks Iran according to that deal, I believe... that we have to fight with Iran against Israel," Republican presidential candidate tells CNN.

In a telephone interview with CNN Tuesday, Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump said that under the auspices of the Iran nuclear agreement, if Israel were to attack the Islamic Republic, the United States would have to come to the Tehran's aid.

Trump has vocally opposed the deal since announcing his run for president, saying that the United States "should have doubled up the sanctions for another couple of months" and that the 24-day notice Iran receives before sites can be inspected is unacceptable.

But Trump added an unconventional twist to the opposition argument, suggesting that under the terms of the deal the United States was required to fight alongside Iran if Israel were to attack.

"You know, there is something in the Iran deal that people I don't think really understand or know about," the real estate mogul said. "And nobody is ever to explain it that if somebody attacks Iran, we have to come to their defense."

Trump added, "And I'm saying this - that includes Israel? And most people say, yes. So, if Israel attacks Iran according to that deal, I believe... that we have to fight with Iran against Israel."

On Wednesday, the Obama administration secured the support of 34 senators for its landmark nuclear agreement with Iran, ensuring its safe passage through a vote scheduled in Congress this month.

Senator Barbara Mikulski, Democrat from Maryland,
announced her support for the deal on Wednesday morning. She followed announcements from two Democratic colleagues, senators Chris Coons of Delaware and Bob Casey, Jr. from Pennsylvania, the previous day.

Congress may still vote and pass a resolution disapproving of the deal when it reconvenes next week.

Shocking images of drowned Syrian boy show tragic plight of refugees

Young boy found lying face-down on a beach near Turkish resort of Bodrum was one of at least 12 Syrians who drowned attempting to reach Greece.
The full horror of the human tragedy unfolding on the shores of Europe was brought home on Wednesday as images of the lifeless body of a young boy – one of at least 12 Syrians who drowned attempting to reach the Greek island of Kos – encapsulated the extraordinary risks refugees are taking to reach the west.
The picture, taken on Wednesday morning, depicted the dark-haired toddler, wearing a bright-red T-shirt and shorts, washed up on a beach, lying face down in the surf not far from Turkey’s fashionable resort town of Bodrum.

Family of Syrian boy washed up on beach were trying to reach Canada.

Three-year-old Aylan Kurdi, his five-year-old brother. Galip. and their mother, Rehan, died in desperate attempt to flee to relatives!
When Abraham’s son Ishmael, was born, the book of Genesis says of him:  Genesis 16:12 And he will be a wild man; his hand will be against every man, and every man's hand against him; and he shall dwell in the presence of all his brethren.
The entire history of the “Ishmaelite-Wild-Donkey-Replacement-Doctrine-Rejects” has been “their hand against every man, and every man’s hand against them.”   Oh my soul, what a blood stained, throat-slitting history.
The picture of that little Syrian toddler, with a bright-red T-shirt and shorts, washed up on a beach, lying face down in the surf, not far from the Turk fashionable resort town of Bodrum, was one that was really sad to look upon.  We need be praying for the dear people which ALL THIS WAR is dis-locating.


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