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Published on Aug 9, 2018

God’s Judgement Has Begun Globally (2018-2019) Current Events Linked To Biblical Prophecies. Everything is unfolding just as the bible foretold. Wars, Volcanic Eruptions, Earthquakes, Extreme Weather, Christian Persecution, Apostasy, Violence, Asteroids and more!
Matthew 24:3-14 3 Now as He sat on the Mount of Olives, the disciples came to Him privately, saying, “Tell us, when will these things be? And what will be the sign of Your coming, and of the end of the age?” 4 And Jesus answered and said to them: “Take heed that no one deceives you. 5 For many will come in My name, saying, ‘I am the Christ,’ and will deceive many.
6 And you will hear of wars and rumours of wars. See that you are not troubled; for all[a] these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet.
7 For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. And there will be famines, pestilences,[b] and earthquakes in various places. 8 All these are the beginning of sorrows. 9 “Then they will deliver you up to tribulation and kill you, and you will be hated by all nations for My name’s sake. 10 And then many will be offended, will betray one another, and will hate one another.
11 Then many false prophets will rise up and deceive many. 12 And because lawlessness will abound, the love of many will grow cold. 13 But he who endures to the end shall be saved. 14 And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in all the world as a witness to all the nations, and then the end will come.







Published on Aug 9, 2018

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Over 70 rockets launched; Hamas: ‘We are delivering on our promise’ – Breaking News – Jerusalem Post
Ongoing rocket sirens in southern Israel since 19:00 pm Wednesday. 
IDF spokesperson reports over 70 rockets launched during the evening, most of which landed in open territory and 11 of which were intercepted by the Iron Dome missile defense system. 
15 Israelis have been injured from the rocket launches and many families are spending the night in the home shelters.
Hamas in a statement: “We are delivering on our promise. The resistance accepted the responsibility to even the playing field with the enemy and it is succeeding in doing so.”


IDF spokesperson announced that since midnight on Wednesday, 80 rockets were fired at southern Israel.
This brings the total amount of rockets fired by Hamas in this round of fire to over 150.
25 of the rockets were intercepted by the Iron Dome missile defense system, IDF spokesperson confirmed.
Several rockets landed in open territory, causing no harm. Others landed in civilian areas, including direct hits in homes in Sderot and Hof Ashkelon. 17 Israelis were injured. 
In response, IDF carried out over 100 strikes targeting Hamas terror cells, rocket launch pads and tunnels.
3 Palestinians were reported dead by the Palestinian health ministry, including 30 year old Hamas activist Ali Ghandour, son of senior Hamas commander Abu Anas Ghandour. 
Rockets were continually fired from Gaza towards Israeli towns throughout the night, the most recent salvo being at 05:45am Thursday morning. 


According to Israeli media reports, a rocket from Gaza hit a house in Ashkelon Regional Council in the early morning hours of Thursday.
Rockets were fired by Hamas in Gaza towards southern Israel incessantly since 19:00 on Wednesday and all through Thursday. 
The IDF carried out targeted strikes in response. Three Palestinians were reported dead by Palestinian sources, including son of senior Hamas commander Abu Anas Ghandour.

This is a developing story.


Israelis near Gaza sleep in shelters as sirens blare through night; army boosts Iron Dome deployment, preparing for longer-range rockets; Hamas says pregnant woman, daughter killed
The Israeli army struck over 100 Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip Wednesday night in response to continuous barrages of rockets fired at Israel from the territory, the IDF said early Thursday.
The military said over 150 rockets and mortar shells were launched at Israeli communities since Wednesday evening. Most of the rockets hit open areas. The Iron Dome defense system — which targets only missiles projected to strike communities — destroyed 25 of the rockets.
However, several hit homes and factories in Israeli communities, causing damage. One barrage that slammed into the city of Sderot Wednesday evening injured three Israelis. At least eight others were treated for panic attacks, including two pregnant women who went into labor.
The military said its overnight raids targeted training compounds as well as weapons manufacturing facilities and storage warehouses. The air force also targeted one car that the army said was being used by terrorists to launch rockets at southern Israel from the Strip. One Hamas operative was reportedly killed in the airstrike. Unconfirmed reports claimed he was the relative of a senior Hamas commander.
For the last 6 hours, thousands of Israeli civilians living in these cities have been running for shelter as more than 70 rockets were launched at them from the Gaza Strip
— IDF (@IDFSpokesperson) August 8, 2018
Hamas said a 23-year-old pregnant woman and her infant daughter were killed in another strike. The woman’s husband was reported moderately injured. There was no immediate comment from Israel.
Following the attacks from Gaza, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman met overnight with senior officers from the IDF and other security services at the military’s headquarters in Tel Aviv, to discuss the situation and decide on a course of action.
According to the Haaretz newspaper, the military was deploying additional Iron Dome batteries in the region in preparation for Hamas possibly increasing the range of its targets. During past wars rockets have reached as far as Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Beersheba.
Sirens sounded in Israeli communities throughout the night, and thousands of families slept in bomb shelters and protected spaces.
Overnight six rockets exploded in Sderot, including two that hit homes and one that hit a factory. Another hit a house in the Hof Asheklon regional council. In all cases the rockets caused damage but no casualties. In addition, a rocket hit a factory in the Sha’ar Hanegev region, breaking through the roof and damaging equipment inside, a spokesperson for the region said. The factory was empty of people at the time of the rocket attack.
Hamas claimed responsibility for Wednesday’s attacks, saying it was avenging the deaths of two operatives killed in an Israeli strike the day before — a strike that came in response to what the IDF initially identified as a shooting attack on its forces, but which was apparently an internal Hamas exercise.
“In response to Israel aggression, the Palestinian resistance has launched a large number of rockets in recent hours at the enemy,” a statement by the group said. “There was a promise [to respond] and now it has been fulfilled.”
The United Nations condemned the Hamas rocket fire.
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Israel pounds Hamas after 17 injured in rocket barrage
The Israel Air Force retaliated by striking targets in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday evening after 17 people were treated for injuries resulting form rocket attacks from Gaza against southern Israel.Following the barrages the IAF struck 12 terror targets including a plant used to manufacture components intended for the construction of tunnels as well as a tunnel for maritime terrorism along Israel’s coast. 
A number of terror targets in several military sites, including weapons and rockets, as well as a military compound that serves as a central logistic warehouse were also hit by IAF jets. 
Red Alert sirens continued to sound in the South into late in the evening.
Hamas issued a statement saying:  “We are delivering on our promise. The resistance accepted the responsibility to even the playing field with the enemy and it is succeeding in doing so.”
According to the IDF, 36 projectiles were launched  from the Hamas-run enclave as of late Wednesday night; four were intercepted by the Iron Dome missile defense system.
Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman held a security assessment with senior military and defense officials at the IDF Kirya Headquarters in Tel Aviv following the initial rocket barrage.
According to Barzilai Medical Center, six people were treated for body injuries and nine people were treated for shock.
Four of the projectiles fell in Sderot. A 34 year old was in light-to-moderate condition with wounds from glass shards and a 20 year old was in light condition with injuries to his limbs from Iron Dome shrapnel.
Civilians were treated at the scene after suffering from stress, including two pregnant women who started having contractions.
Two homes in Sderot were also reportedly hit by the shrapnel and several cars were damaged.
The rocket fire from Gaza came shortly after an IDF tank struck Hamas posts in Gaza after shots were fired across the border towards civilian engineering vehicles working on the IDF’s underground barrier with the coastal enclave.
At least one Gazan citizen was reported injured. 
“Terrorists shot at civilian vehicles that were being used in an effort to construct the barrier around the security fence in the northern Gaza Strip. One vehicle was hit,” the IDF said.
Earlier on Wednesday, the IDF closed several roads near the Gaza border after warning that it was concerned about a retaliatory attack by Hamas after two of its elite members were killed in an IDF strike on Tuesday.
According to the IDF, Route 25 and several other smaller roads were closed after Hamas was identified as having cleared several military positions along the border and threats made by the group.
The rocket fire also comes as a senior Hamas official said that UN and Egyptian-mediated cease-fire talks between the terror group and Israel have reached “advanced stages,” with a deal expected to be signed soon.
“We can say that actions led by the United Nations and Egypt are in advanced stages and we hope it could yield some good from them,” Khalil Al-Hayya, deputy Hamas chief in Gaza, told Al Jazeera television.
“What is required is for calm to be restored along the border between us and the Zionist enemy (Israel).”
On Sunday, Israel’s Security Cabinet met to discuss the proposed cease-fire agreement. The Prime Minister’s Office released a statement afterward saying that the IDF was ready for any eventuality.
Despite the cease-fire talks, dozens of fires have ignited following the continued launching of aerial incendiary devices into southern Israel. In response, IDF aircraft have continued to strike the cells launching the devices.
Hundreds of such devices have been launched towards Israel since late March when Gazans began weekly protests along the border with Israel.
The protests have been called the greatest threat to Israeli security in the region since Operation Protective Edge in 2014, due to the combination of terror tunnels, riots, attempted infiltration and the use of incendiary items.
According to the Palestinian Ministry of Health, 158 Gazans have been killed since the start of the weekly “March of Return.”



IDF says war in Gaza approaching, communities near Strip could be evacuated
A senior army official warned Thursday morning that Israel was nearing a full-blown military confrontation in the Gaza Strip after hundreds of rockets were launched overnight by Palestinian terror groups, adding that the government could begin evacuating communities near the coastal enclave in preparation.
“We are rapidly nearing a confrontation,” the IDF senior officer said, speaking on condition of anonymity. “Hamas is making serious mistakes, and we may have to make it clear after four years that this path doesn’t yield any results for it and isn’t worth it.”
Authorities said over 150 rockets and mortar shells were launched at Israeli communities since Wednesday evening. The barrages by the Hamas terror group continued throughout the night and into Thursday.
According to IDF spokesperson Lt. Col. Jonathan Conricus, at least seven people in total were injured in southern Israel by the Gaza rocket attacks, including a woman who was seriously injured when a projectile struck her home in the Eshkol region of southern Israel.
In response to the attacks, the Israeli army said, it struck over 140 Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip overnight.
The military said its raids targeted training compounds as well as weapons-manufacturing facilities and storage warehouses. The air force also targeted sites from which rockets were being launched, including a car that the army said was being used by a cell of terrorists. One Hamas operative was reportedly killed in the airstrike. Unconfirmed reports claimed he was the relative of a senior Hamas commander.
Hamas said a 23-year-old pregnant woman and her infant daughter were killed in an IDF strike. The woman’s husband was reported moderately injured.
Conricus said he could not comment on the case, but stressed that the air force was bombing “only military targets” in the Gaza Strip.
At least six other Palestinians were injured as a result of the IDF strikes, according to the Hamas-run health ministry.
“We have more capabilities in our arsenal,” the anonymous senior officer threatened. “We are ready to continue attacking, attacking and attacking. Our strikes deeply affect Hamas. It would be better off returning to the understandings reached after Operation Protective Edge [in 2014].”
Indeed, several hit homes and factories in Israeli communities, causing damage. One barrage that slammed into the city of Sderot Wednesday evening injured at least three Israelis. Thirteen others were treated for panic attacks, including two pregnant women who went into premature labor.
The current round of violence “is definitely not over,” Conricus said.
“We are in the midst of a new round, the end of which I cannot see yet,” the anonymous official added. “We struck a range of targets, including tunnel shafts and many military compounds belonging to Hamas. What we wanted to destroy was done very well.
“Meanwhile, there are talks on calming the situation down and reaching an agreement. This morning, I understand, Hamas is distancing itself from an agreement, and nearing a conflict in which it will suffer a hard blow. Its two million hostages will be the ones suffering.”
Following the attacks from Gaza, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman met overnight with senior officers from the IDF and other security services at the military’s headquarters in Tel Aviv, to discuss the situation and decide on a course of action.
The security cabinet was also due to hold a special session on Thursday afternoon regarding the ongoing violence.
Sirens sounded in Israeli communities throughout the night, and thousands of families slept in bomb shelters and protected spaces.



The Times of Israel is liveblogging Thursday’s events as they happen.
Czech president’s spokesperson tweets ‘solidarity’ with Israel
The president of the Czech Republic, Milos Zeman, expresses support for Israel as rockets pound the country’s south.
His spokesperson, Jiří Ovčáček, tweets an Israeli flag, together with the word “Solidarity.”
— Jiří Ovčáček (@PREZIDENTmluvci) August 9, 2018
  • Raphael Ahren
Abbas, Qatari emir meet to discuss Palestinian reconciliation
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas informs Qatari Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani of “the latest developments related to Palestinian national reconciliation,” the official PA news site Wafa reports.
Abbas is meeting the Qatari emir on Thursday in Doha a day after holding talks with Jordanian King Abdullah II in Amman.
For the past several months, Palestinian reconciliation efforts have been at a standstill.
Rocket sirens sound in Kibbutz Kissufim
Another round of incoming rocket sirens are heard in the southern Israeli community of Kibbutz Kissufim, some two kilometers from the border with central Gaza.
There are no immediate reports of injuries or damage.
  • Judah Ari Gross
Woman wounded in rocket attack regains consciousness, hospital says
The Soroka Medical Center in Beersheba says the woman seriously wounded in a rocket attack early this morning has seen her condition improve dramatically. She is no longer on a respirator and has regained consciousness, doctors say. She is now categorized in moderate condition at Soroka’s intensive care unit.
A second person wounded in that strike was treated at the hospital and has already been sent home, the hospital says.
The woman, a 30-year-old foreign worker from Thailand, suffered injuries to her abdomen and limbs when a rocket hit her home in the Eshkol regional council.
According to the IDF, at least five other people were wounded by the rocket and mortar attacks on Wednesday and today, either from shrapnel or in injuries sustained while rushing to bomb shelters. Dozens of Israelis were treated for panic attacks caused by the explosions of the rockets, including two pregnant women in the southern town of Sderot who went into premature labor.
IDF bombs Hamas attack tunnels on Gaza coast
Israeli fighter jets bomb two Hamas attack tunnels along the central Gaza coast, as well as a tunnel opening in the northern Strip and a military facility east of the southern city of Rafah, in retaliation for the more than 180 rockets and mortar shells fired at southern Israel throughout the morning, the army says.
These latest targets join the approximately 150 others that have been hit in response to repeated attacks by the Gaza-ruling Hamas and other terrorist groups in the Palestinian enclave.
“The wide-reaching attacks that the IDF has conducted caused damage and destruction to some 150 military and strategic targets belonging to the Hamas terror organization, representing a significant blow to Hamas,” the army says in a statement.
The military warns the terror group that it will “bear the consequences for its terrorist activities against the citizens of Israel.”
IDF: 180 rockets and shells fires from Gaza, 150 targets hit by IDF in Strip
The Israeli military says over 180 rockets and mortar shells have been fired at southern Israel from the Gaza Strip since Wednesday night, injuring at least seven people, including one woman seriously, and causing dozens more to suffer panic attacks.
The Iron Dome missile defense system has intercepted 30 incoming projectiles headed for population centers. Most of the remaining rockets landed in open fields, the army says.
In response to the attacks, which have damaged Israeli homes, businesses and infrastructure, the Israeli military says it has bombed approximately 150 targets in the Gaza Strip.



Twelve hours before rocket sirens began sounding in southern Israel on Wednesday evening, Hamas was expressing optimism about an agreement with Israel. Goods would flow through the Kerem Shalom crossings, there would be a five year ceasefire and Hamas would return bodies and captives as well as stop the kite intifada of burning Israel’s fields. The UN and Egypt were also optimistic that the ceasefire would happen. It was not to be; 150 rockets were fired over night.
In retrospect, the signs were already there. Hamas had evacuated several of its observation structures along the border, leading to concerns. This came in the wake of sniper fire over the last month targeting Israeli troops. The larger picture is that Israel and Hamas have been at a low-level war since March 30th, when Hamas launched the Great Return March. 
Let’s go back and take a look at how the tensions have developed and how we got to August 8th. It is important to understand not only the military march toward greater escalation, but also the regional political context. 
On March 13, Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah and PA Intelligence chief Majed Faraj visited Gaza to open a sewage purification plant. On the way back, they were targeted by a bombing that the PA blamed on Hamas. A week later, on March 25, Hamas began firing rockets and ratcheting up tensions with Israel.  It appeared that, having not achieved any kind of reconciliation with the PA, Hamas sought a new round of violence to make itself seem relevant. This came as the US had announced and was planning the move of its embassy to Jerusalem in May. The Hamas was response was the Great Return March on March 30 that coincided with Land Day and was supposed to last until what Palestinians call Nakba Day, the mourning for the loss of the 1948 war with Israel.
Hamas sustained the massive marches in Gaza against Israel’s security fence for two months. For eight Fridays, tens of thousands attempted to breach the fence into Israel. Jerusalem ordered sniper fire against the violent demonstrators and other means to stop the protests, which resulted in more than 10,000 wounded and more than 100 killed on the Palestinian side. The worst day came on May 14 as the US was opening its embassy; 58 were killed in Gaza and 2,700 wounded.
When Hamas found the fence riots were not working, and had not even gained it much sympathy in the international community or region, it resorted to a tactic it had discovered by chance. During the riots and protests some Palestinians flew kites over the border and some Israeli fields caught fire. By July 9th, a systematic campaign of flying burning kites into Israel had destroyed 28,000 dunams of fields and national parks near Gaza. 



Live: PM Netanyahu to hold security assessment of Gaza violence
[Live Updates From The Jerusalem Post]
[13:10] Air raid siren alerts residents near Gaza border
Air raid siren alerted Kissufim , a community near the Gaza border. This is the second alert in Kissufim within the hour.
[12:52] Update on injured woman at Soroka Medical Center
The woman injured on Thursday morning is regaining consciousness and breathing on her own, a medical center spokesperson said in an update to the public.
The additional casualty who arrived because of the same incident was treated in the emergency room and released to his home.
[12:53] Resident from Kibbutz Kfar Aza describes situation near Gaza
Resident from Kibbutz Kfar Aza, Orit Tzadikovich, described the situation near Gaza border.

”We got messages, no body got hurt, but it was very scary,” said Tzadikovich. “I am afraid of there being a war, because my son is in the army.

[12:47] Terrorist squad fires rockets into Israeli community
A terrorist squad fired rockets from the southern Gaza Strip into Israeli territory by means of aircraft on Thursday.
[12:18] Siren begins again after 2 hour rest
Air raid siren warned communities near Gaza. This is the first siren in around 2 hours.
[12:07] Rockets will stop, Palestinian resistance group claims
Palestinian factions claimed rockets will stop and that this may be the final barrage of attacks.
They said the continued calm depends on the Israel’s behavior.
[11:56] Festival and concert cancel in light of Gaza situation
Due to the situation in Gaza, the hot air balloon festival in Eshkol Park and “Quarter to Africa” concert were cancelled and postponed respectively, said a notice by the Eshkol Regional Council.
The “Quarter to Africa” event, which was planned for today at Kibbutz Kissufim, was postponed to another date.


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