Tuesday, September 13, 2011

What Exactly PLO will do at UN next week.

It's official. The PA going for full recognition at the U.N. which means they need to get 2/3rds of the vote in the General Assembly and then Security Council approval. They'll succeed at the Assembly but be vetoed by the U.S. at the Security Council.

The result will they that they'll settle for non-member observer status at the U.N. akin to that of the Vatican. (It's clear whether or not they'll need to re-apply for that.) If they get this status of non-member observer, not much will change tangibly, only politically. And they will have served their goal of making the U.S. the big, bad, ugly bogeyman that is against the Arabs.

Interesting times in the next few weeks. But don't expect the map of the Middle East to change any time soon. The details for the facts of the story are in the link below. You'll need to discern the "truth" as you seek the story's significance and meaning. And you can be sure, there is one -- this is part of the earth that God has a special vested interest in.

PLO to seek full UN recognition - Middle East - Al Jazeera English

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