#IsraelAtWar — Missiles fired at Tel Aviv for 1st time since ’91 Gulf War…IDF hits 70 terror sites in past hour….30,000 IDF reservists called up….latest developments.

Bible prophecies written over 2500 years are coming to past! Ps 122:6 states ‘Pray for the peace of Jerusalem..’. Presently we have four friends from Hawaii visiting Israel, who arrived on Wednesday. We pray for their safety & peace, and for Rosenburg also!

Joel C. Rosenberg's Blog

It is just after midnight on Friday morning here in Israel. To put it bluntly: Thursday was a very difficult day for Israelis in the south and Palestinians living in Gaza. Consider this: the Palestinians have fired nearly 700 rockets, missiles and mortars over the past 36 hours. The Israelis have bombed more than 70 terrorist sites in Gaza in just the past hour. Tonight, the big news here is that the terrorists have fired missiles at Tel Aviv, Israel’s biggest and most populated city. Air raid sirens have been going off. People are anxious. This is the first time Tel Aviv has been the target of missile attacks since the Gulf War with Saddam Hussein in 1991. What’s more, three Israelis were killed in a direct rocket strike earlier today, and 54 have been wounded. Now the IDF is calling up 30,000 reserve soldiers to prepare for what could be a massive ground invasion.

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About Shofar/Liz

I have a Christian blogsite-'God's Enduring Love' at https://heulu.wordpress.com with 'Words of Encouragement from the Bible and Liz's Journal'. Also, an art blogsite-'Art with Aloha' at http://artwithaloha.wordpress.com 'A Journal About Art and Life. I use acrylic and oil paints, graphite pencils and pen and ink.

Posted on November 15, 2012, in Israel and the Middle East. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. My husband and I are praying, to be sure!

    • My friends on a tour there must be so fearful; a visit to Israel gives you a good perspective of how they are surrounded by unfriendly neighbors on three sides and the Mediterranean Sea.

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