Mark 4: 24-25 NLT

everything that is hidden will eventually be brought into the open, and every
secret will be brought to light.
with ears to hear should listen and understand.”
Then he added, “Pay close attention to what you hear. The closer you listen, the more
understanding you will be given
—and you will receive even more.
those who listen to my teaching, more understanding will be given
But for those
who are not listening, even what little understanding they have will be taken
away from them.”

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Thursday, October 1, 2015

Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu Slams Iran In Speech At UN | Iran Nuclear Deal | Iran threat to Israel

Published on Oct 1, 2015
Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu anyahu addressed the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Thursday, slamming the world body for its indifference to Iranian threats to wipe Israel off the map and for encouraging Palestinian rejectionism.

Netanyahu said that the Iran deal "doesn't make peace more likely," but by giving Iran billions of dollars in sanctions relief the deal makes war more likely

PM rails against the UN in his speech to the General Assembly, slamming support for the Iran deal and anti-Israel bias on Palestinian issue.

The prime minister began his speech by saying that 31 years ago he stood at the podium for the first time as an ambassador, and spoke about Iran's proposal to expel Israel from the UN.
Netanyahu gave an overview of the Iranian support for terrorism and for undermining Arab regimes in the region.

Regarding the nuclear deal signed between Iran and the West, the prime minister said that the "vast majority" of Israelis believe it to be "a very bad deal."
He also said Israel will continue to respond to every attack from Syria, and will continue to stop arms transfer to Hezbollah through Syria.
"The days when the Jewish people stayed silent are over," Netanyahu later said. "No one should question Israel's determination to defend ourselves against those who seek our destruction."

To decry what he described as UN inaction on the Iranian threat to Israel's existence, Netanyahu took a long, silent pause.
The prime minister stressed the strength of the alliance between Israel and the U.S., calling the differences in opinion with regard to the Iran deal  "a disagreement within the family."
Netanyahu further stated Israel is committed to achieving peace with the Palestinians.
"I remain committed to the vision of two states for two peoples," he said.
"Israel expects the Palestinians to implement their commitments and not walk away," he said.
He called on the UN to aid the peace process by promoting negotiations without preconditions, and by stopping the "obsessive bashing of Israel."

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