Taken from One New Man United
In late March, 2011 a battle cry was released in the Middle East as the Palestinian Authority recreated a Third Intifada page, which had previously been banned by Facebook. This page was calling for the destruction of the State of Israel and encouraging the gathering of millions to invade Israel’s borders on May 15, 2011. As Israel’s neighbors are calling for her destruction, we are calling for Christians everywhere to take a stand to pray and fast for Israel in the days ahead. In order to facilitate this cause, we have created a group called One New Man United, which will exist under Facebook causes in order to raise awareness.
What is happening on MAY 12th, 13th, 14th and 15th?
On May 12th, 13th and 14th, the ONE NEW MAN UNITED cause is asking people from around the globe to join together—UNITED as ONE—to FAST and PRAY for the PEACE of JERUSALEM, all of ISRAEL, and for THE NATIONS who surround her borders!
This is an Assignment of PURE PRAYER—NOT an Assignment of PROTEST!
On May 13th, the ONE NEW MAN UNITED cause will host a Special Prayer Gathering, streamed LIVE at 7:30 p.m. CT from www.OneNewManUnited.org.
May 15th is the day that Israel’s Arab and Persian neighbors are planning to rally citizens on all sides—calling for a physical march on the borders of Israel—literally calling for the destruction of the Nation of Israel! This is the day they are declaring as the beginning of a THIRD INTIFADA!
How is ISRAEL threatened by the possibility of a THIRD INTIFADA?
The threat of a THIRD INTIFADA is specifically aimed at the destruction and inhalation of the Jewish peoples and the State of Israel, and would not only once again add fuel to the fire of anti-Semitism throughout the world, but also threaten to destabilize the very existence of the Jewish State of Israel, re-established in 1948.
If a THIRD INTIFADA were to begin this would have a major negative impact upon Israel’s economy—with critical blows to the now flourishing tourism industry. History shows us that beginning with the First Intifada, from 1987 to 1993, and continuing forward with waves of suicide bombings after the Oslo agreements were signed, on through to the Second Intifada from 2000 to 2005, that Israel experienced a sharp decline in tourism confidence thus having a crippling effect upon the economy of Israel.