Regarding the Current Middle East War
Has Israel the right to exist and live in the miniscule stretch of land it occupies at present or not?
That is the key question and motivation for the present conflict in which, once again, Israel finds herself unwillingly involved.
Arabs and Muslim and atisemite sympatizers generally say "No way, Josè", "they are occupying illegally that territory which belongs to the Palestinians, "Israel must be destroyed, Israel has no right to exist". And unfortunately, at this time in history, much of the world seems to agree with that line of thought.
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Israel did not see this coming, and she should have Somtimes it seems that they have not learned anything from their past history, but most important, they do not understand or believe their peculiar relationship with the God of their Fathers. They are a sinful nation just like any other nation on the face of the earth. They have no clue as who they are, and their purpose as a people on earth.
On the other side, there are those who believe and understand the purpose of Israel in the Plan of Redemption as authored and narrated by God in His Word. And these persons, mostly Christians, have a sure edge of understanding the times and the prophecies which were given to Israel, and to Her shame, lie forgotten in some yeshiva or buried by mountains of commentaries and religious lore of past and present rabbins and "Sages".
And this is what the Word says:
The land that Israel occupies belongs legally to Israel, as given by God to Abraham, forever (Genesis 22:14) .Moreover God has allotted Israel a much larger portion of land for them to posses and live in, practically from the Nile to the Euphrates (Genesis 22:14). So, how come Israel is in such high water to justify and defend the present tiny sliver of territory it calls Home? And who will win this debate?
Those who believe the Scriptures know that only God can proclaim and back up the truth about Israel, and He will do so shortly, as accuratly describes in Ezekiel, chapters 38 and 39.
One thing is certain:
No man, no government, no nation, no strategy, no appeasement , no army, no weapon can settle this debate.
Only God can and will.
The war of Gog and Magog will be devastating on so many levels as it will cause such destruction and geopolitical changes that will redesign the map of this planet, while ultimately, ushering the final events of this present age, namely the advent of the Antichrist and the Tribulation period. Nothing will be the same on earth, however briefly, after this war.
Therefore, the initial question wether Israel has ownership of that land or not, can only be resolved directly by God since it is utterly impossible for any human agency or intervention.