In more apocalyptic headline gnews this week, it was announced that President Barack Obama has successfully brokered an end to a bitter dispute between Israel and TurkeyBarack Obama, Benjamin Netanyahu

During his trip to Israel, Obama had arranged for two of America’s most important allies, Israel and Turkey to talk with one another. Israel’s prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu had telephoned Turkish prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, where it is said that Netanyahu had apologized for Israel’s 2010 killing of nine Turkish activists aboard a ship headed for the Gaza Strip. This one gracious phone call had essentially ended the three-year dispute between the two nations and two of America’s greatest allies.

President Obama had said that the timing on his trip to Israel was right for both Turkey and Israel to start restoring normal diplomatic relations.

Here is the official White House Statement by President Obama on Turkey and Israel;

I welcome the call today between Prime Minister Netanyahu and Prime Minister Erdogan.  The United States deeply values our close partnerships with both Turkey and Israel, and we attach great importance to the restoration of positive relations between them in order to advance regional peace and security.  I am hopeful that today’s exchange between the two leaders will enable them to engage in deeper cooperation on this and a range of other challenges and opportunities.

This is a snippet below of an article from the New York Times about the Israeli and Turkey reconciliation;

Mr. Obama achieved reconciliation between two of the United States’ most important allies, while Turkey and Israel won good will with the White House, important for two nations that have made ties to the United States central to their foreign policies. Turkey and Israel, along with Jordan, have also been three pillars of stability for the United States as it confronts a civil war in Syria that threatens to spill beyond its borders and destabilize the broader region.

“Both of us agreed the moment was ripe,” Mr. Obama said of Mr. Netanyahu at a news conference later in Amman, Jordan. He cautioned that the détente was a “work in progress” and that Turkey and Israel would continue to have significant disagreements as they mended fences. American officials say both countries are still “working the issue” of dropping criminal charges against four current and former top Israeli military officials that Turkey had indicted in the flotilla raid, and of determining Israel’s compensation to Turkey.

Mr. Obama reiterated his support for Jordan, too, announcing after a meeting with King Abdullah II that the United States would provide an additional $200 million in aid to help Jordan with the burden of caring for 460,000 Syrian refugees who have flooded into the country.

Israel and Turkey have a host of shared economic and security interests, and both are concerned about the unraveling situation in Syria. Turkey also could play a strategic role in Washington and Jerusalem’s efforts to stop Iran from developing a nuclear weapon, as well as in resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

This apocalypse gnews appears to go rite along with Biblical prophecy, with America brokering an ending to a dispute between both Turkey under the ancient Hittites and Israel via the ancient Egyptian and Greek Pharaohs of the Exodus. These areas in ancient times had played a large role in the planning and building of the beginning rock foundations of the cornerstone to this current sixth age. The same original Hittite and Egyptian Brotherhood who had pledged eternal peace and brotherhood with one another in an ancient Egyptian–Hittite peace treaty concluded over 3,000 years ago.

In this treaty Egyptian Pharaoh, Ramesses II calls his once most fiercest enemy, Hittite King Hattusili III ,Great King, King of Hatti, his brother” and later in the tablet saying, Ramesses II agreed to provide support to Hattušiliš’ successors in order to hold the Hittite throne.” And on the first line of this peace treaty it says, “Ramesses, Beloved of Amon, Great King, King of Egypt, hero, concluded on a tablet of silver with Hattušiliš, Great King, King of Hatti, his brother” and later in the tablet saying, Ramesses II agreed to provide support to Hattušiliš’ successors in order to hold the Hittite throne,”

Now with Jordan being again in the prophecy mix, we may now be seeing the beginning of the end of Revelation because it is under the book of the New Testament in which the Rock (Petra) is where Christ said he would build his Roman Catholic Church and yes Brothers, this Rock (Petra) was originally in Jordan.

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