Israeli Leaders Slam John Kerry

Matthew 24:10,11 Then he said to them: “Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. There will be great earthquakes, famines and pestilences in various places, and fearful events and great signs from heaven.

Israeli leaders are slamming John Kerry in the Israeli press after Kerry’s comments that appeared to lend credence to anti-Semitic boycotts by some countries and organizations.

Economy Minister Naftali Bennett lashed out after Kerry told world leaders at the Munich Security Conference that Israeli could be “delegitimized” around the world and face more boycott campaigns unless they make a peace deal with the Palestinians.

“We expect our friends around the world to stand beside us against anti-Semitic boycott efforts targeting Israel,” Bennett said.  “Not for them to be their amplifier.”

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu responded a little more discretely by focusing on the issue of boycotts.

“Firstly, they only serve to make the Palestinians become more entrenched in their stance of refusal,” Netanyahu said.  “Secondly, no pressure will make me abandon the State of Israel’s vital interests, of which security of the civilian population is foremost.”

The State Department has tried to roll back Kerry’s comments by saying that the Obama administration did not support boycotts.

4 thoughts on “Israeli Leaders Slam John Kerry

  1. It just hit me today why we are having this unrelenting winter weather in America. John Kerry is again and still negotiating the dividing of God’s Land. i have been so occupied with surviving this horrible weather and unrelenting cold and snow that I didn’t calculate until today what was causing it. Now I see with God’s eyes why! God help us! We have no help but YOU!

    • Oh yes all of the above comments are so true. Not that our Canadain government is right in every way, but as long as we have our current Prime Minister who blesses and honor Isreal I can sleep at night.

      I pray for America with a terrible ache in my heart.


  2. What do we expect from a nation whose very president says we are no longer a “Christian” nation? This is no shock, however, it will bring judgment on this nation unless we are on our knees praying for God to intervene. Israel is God’s chosen and we must obey God despite what our nation’s leaders are doing. I pray for Israel and its peace. God won’t help our government when it goes on opposing His Word and His people. Its time for a ‘change’ back to our Christian roots!

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