Wednesday, September 28, 2016

 

SHIMON PERES DIES AT 93 FROM COMPLICATION FROM HIS STROKE TODAY.SEPT 27,2016.

JEWISH KING JESUS IS COMING AT THE RAPTURE FOR US IN THE CLOUDS-DON'T MISS IT FOR THE WORLD.THE BIBLE TAKEN LITERALLY- WHEN THE PLAIN SENSE MAKES GOOD SENSE-SEEK NO OTHER SENSE-LEST YOU END UP IN NONSENSE.GET SAVED NOW- CALL ON JESUS TODAY.THE ONLY SAVIOR OF THE WHOLE EARTH - NO OTHER. 1 COR 15:23-JESUS THE FIRST FRUITS-CHRISTIANS RAPTURED TO JESUS-FIRST FRUITS OF THE SPIRIT-23 But every man in his own order: Christ the firstfruits; afterward they that are Christ’s at his coming.ROMANS 8:23 And not only they, but ourselves also, which have the firstfruits of the Spirit, even we ourselves groan within ourselves, waiting for the adoption, to wit, the redemption of our body.(THE PRE-TRIB RAPTURE)

SHIMON PERES ON DEATH BED OTHER STORY
http://israndjer.blogspot.ca/2016/09/doctors-shimon-peres-on-death-bed-in.html

PSALMS 137:5-6
5  If I forget thee, O Jerusalem, let my right hand forget her cunning.(STROKE)
6  If I do not remember thee, let my tongue cleave to the roof of my mouth; if I prefer not Jerusalem above my chief joy.

WHEN WILL ISRAELS LEADERS EVER LEARN.YOU CAN NOT DIVIDE JERUSALEM WITH ANYBODY. AND THINK YOU WILL NOT DIE FROM A STROKE. SHIMON PERES WANTED THE ARABS TO GET HALF OF JERUSALEM. ARIEL SHARON UPROOTED ISRAELIS FROM THEIR GOD GIVIN LAND AND WANTED THE ARABS TO GET HALF OF JESUS' HOLY CITY JERUSALEM. AND BOTH DIE FROM A STROKE. ACCIDENT-I SHOULD SAY NO WAY. GET THAT THIRD TEMPLE BUILT ISRAEL. SO USE CAN WORSHIP GOD-JESUS WITH ANIMAL SACRIFICES. AND ITS ONLY 5 DAYS TO ISRAELS NEW YEAR ROSH-HASHANA. HAPPY NEW YEAR ISRAEL IN 5 DAYS. AND PLEASE ISRAELI LEADERS. NEVER DIVIDE JERUSALEM. GOD WILL TAKE CARE OF BUSINESS.AND IT WILL NOT BE GOOD. AS WE SEE THREW SHIMON AND ARIEL AND ANY OTHER WORLD LEADERS THAT FORCE ISRAEL TO DIVIDE JERUSALEM WITH THE ARABS.ALSO SHIMON PERES WAS A NEW WORLD ORDER MAN BIG TIME.

Shimon Peres, the last of Israel’s founding fathers, dies at 93-Former president and prime minister passes away 2 weeks after suffering major stroke; his family to give a press statement in coming hours-By Raoul Wootliff and Times of Israel staff September 28, 2016, 5:17 am-THE TIMES OF ISRAEL

Shimon Peres, the last of Israel’s founding fathers, died early Wednesday morning at the age of 93.The 93-year-old died at around 3:00 am local time on Wednesday, Rafi Walden, who is also Peres’s son-in-law, told AFP.Family members and doctors will address the media at 7:00 am, according to reports.The former president and prime minister had been “fighting for his life,” doctors said Tuesday as he suffered a rapid deterioration to his condition, two weeks after a major stroke. Peres died overnight Tuesday-Wednesday at Tel Hashomer Hospital, after his family members and those close to him who had been called late Tuesday to say their final goodbyes.Doctors said Tuesday evening that he had suffered irreversible brain damage.Peres was hospitalized at the Sheba Medical Center on September 13 after suffering a major stroke. He had been under sedation since then, with doctors periodically reporting slight progress in his condition until the rapid deterioration Tuesday and into Wednesday.News of Peres’s stroke earlier this month sent shockwaves through the country, which feared the imminent loss of the last surviving link to its founding fathers.Over a seven-decade career, the elder statesman of Israeli politics and one of the country’s most admired symbols has held virtually every senior political office, including two stints as prime minister and extended terms as foreign, defense and finance minister. He won the 1994 Nobel Peace Prize for his work in reaching an interim peace agreement with the Palestinians.Long a divisive personality in politics, Peres finally became one of Israel’s most popular public figures in his later years.World leaders sent wishes of a speedy recovery to the former president, recalling his achievements and warm personality.Peres had recently undergone surgery to receive an artificial pacemaker after he was diagnosed with an abnormal heart rhythm in July following a series of minor health scares. The implant was recommended by Peres’s doctors, including personal physician Rafi Walden, after he was diagnosed in July with atrial fibrillation.He suffered a mild heart attack in January and underwent a cardiac angioplasty to open a blocked artery. He had been hospitalized twice after suffering chest pains.

Shimon Peres urged Israel to dream and innovate-The former president and prime minister, who died Wednesday at the age of 93, embodied Israeli entrepreneurship-By Shoshanna Solomon September 28, 2016, 5:23 am-THE TIMES OF ISRAEL

Former president Shimon Peres, who died Wednesday at the age of 93, was not one to take the easy way out. He urged to seek for a third alternative, one that wasn’t thought of before, whether when fighting for peace or pushing for new technologies.He urged Israel to embrace innovation, given the lack of natural resources in the so-called land of milk and honey. Even if he was polarizing as a politician, hated by some, loved by others, he was unequivocally respected for his unending energy, optimism and inquisitiveness. He believed anything could be achieved if you really tried.To dream is simply to be pragmatic, he’d say.Peres served in the Knesset for nearly half a century, from 1959 until 2007, holding virtually all senior ministerial positions over the years. In 1994, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize together with Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat and his Labor Party colleague, then-prime minister Rabin. As prime minister in 1985 he presided over an economic stabilization plan that led to the birth of Israel’s modern economy. Over his long journey in defining the state he believed in, he was also instrumental in fostering the entrepreneurial culture that defines what is today known as the start-up nation.“All my life I have worked to ensure that Israel’s future is based on science and technology as well as on an unwavering moral commitment,” Peres said in a speech in July, when he laid the cornerstone for the Israeli Innovation Center, which will be part of the Peres Peace House in Jaffa. “They called me a dreamer. But today, when I look at Israel, we all can see clearly that the greater the dream, the more spectacular the results.”Start-Up Nation, the bestseller that documents the rise of Israel’s high tech industry, recounts how, as chief buyer of arms in the 1950s, Peres, together with America’s Al Schwimmer, started dreaming about setting up an aeronautics industry for the fledgling country. While other ministers scoffed at the idea, saying Israel wasn’t even capable of building bicycles, Peres prevailed, and prevailed once again with the idea of starting Israel’s nuclear industry, by disregarding rules, funding it off-budget and working around established scientists. As deputy defense minister, he injected funds into defense research and development, creating the foundation for Israel’s contemporary military technology edge.“Peres was a unique figure in the history of the start-up nation, and that is the reason why he is the most quoted person in our book,” Saul Singer, who authored the book together with Dan Senor, said in a phone interview. “His career covered the whole history of the nation, and he played a critical role in helping Israel transition from a socialist, top-down, concentrated economy to a free-market economy focused on innovation.“He spent his whole career in government but thought and acted like an entrepreneur in terms of building new things and looking ahead at the next. He always looked to the future and that is what kept him youthful,” Singer said.Peres urged his fellow Israelis to join his quest for excellence, whether in striving for peace, closing social gaps or creating technologies to better the world. It is probably not chance that his son Chemi is a co-founder of Pitango Venture Capital, one of Israel’s oldest and largest venture funds.“Shimon Peres will be sorely missed by Israel’s tech community. He was a visionary leader and statesman who represented the best of Israel’s creativity and innovation. His ability to be current, fresh and relevant at an age when most people were winding down their lives will always be an example for us all,” said Jon Medved, a veteran of Israel’s high-tech industry and the CEO of OurCrowd, an equity crowdfunding platform.“Peres built Israel’s science and business infrastructure for over six decades and seemed to ‘get’ the importance of tech more than any other Israeli or world politician. He could sit with young people and entrepreneurs in Tel Aviv or Davos and provide critical feedback and inspiration to the leaders of tech giants and fresh startups at the same time,” Medved said. “His extraordinary warmth, eternal youth, wit and brilliance is irreplaceable and he made a lasting impact on Israel and the world.”The aim of Peres’s innovation center is to draw guests from around the world to learn about Israel’s achievements in the high-tech sphere and to strive to close the gaps between the Arab and Jewish populations, and between rich and poor, and lead to regional innovation collaboration, Peres said in July.“We will prove that innovation has no limits and no barriers. Innovation enables dialogue between nations and between people. It will enable all young people – Jews, Muslims and Christians — to engage in science and technology equally. Here we will emphasize that we can promote peace from childhood, and we will spark the imagination of every boy and girl and enrich their dreams,” he said, his 93-year old voice at times feeble, at others resounding. “We must open our doors to all the populations, ultra-Orthodox and Arabs, so they too can enjoy the fruits of this innovation.”Peres also called upon Israel’s neighbors to join forces and to create a “start-up region.”“Peace, innovation and science must be the realm of all. Not only Israel should benefit from the fruit of innovation, but the whole region,” he said. “Let us adopt the road to peace and innovation, which will always be better than war and terror,” Peres said.He concluded: “Finally, I have one small request – Israel is a dream that came true. Permit me to continue to dream.”



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