African Countries Want To Revive ‘Golden Era’ Of Ties With Israel

AFRICA REPORT: Many African countries including their churches and governments love Israel. They are South of the Sahara and many are in Eastern and CESA (Central Eastern Southern Africa). This is a great article regarding the African’s love for Israel. Think of this: In these African countries they do not kill their babies in abortion, the reject homo-sexuality, and they love Israel! Watch, while many are coming down countries like Kenya, Uganda, Southern Ethiopia, Rwanda, and others will come up under the blessings of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob! Be blessed as you read this important article. Thankful TO BE: POURED OUT FOR THE NATIONS!!!

From YNET: Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon landed on Monday in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, where he met senior officials. He continued to Kenya and Uganda, where he was expected to inaugurate two Israeli-cooperation projects in the fields of agriculture and health.

Africa and Israel revive old ties.

An outstanding number of state and professional visits by African heads of state and ministers were recorded in Jerusalem this year. Foreign Minister Lieberman visited Africa in 2009. The visit of Ayalon this week constitutes yet another signal of the growing strategic and economic ties between Israel and the African continent.

On Thursday Deputy Minister Ayalon will launch a trilateral fishing project, in cooperation with Kenyan partners and the German economic and development ministry, near Lake Victoria, aiming to rehabilitate fishing water and agricultural polluted land patches in the region. Kenyan PM Raila Udinga is expected to take part in the ceremony, as will the German development minister, Dirk Niebel.

Ayalon will then continue to Uganda, where he will inaugurate an Israeli-built trauma center, at the Mulago referral hospital, in the capital Kampala. Israel has already offered to donate ambulances to health centers countrywide, as a contribution towards improving the health sector in Uganda. According to Gil Haskel, Israel’s ambassador to Uganda, Israel is willing to strengthen cooperation with Uganda in several areas of health and agriculture modernization.

Deputy director general of the African Division at the Foreign Ministry, Avi Granot, told Ynet that Ayalon’s visit this week is guided by two main axes: on the political level – strengthening Israel’s bilateral relations with Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda, and its relations with African regional organization, and on the another level – enhancing the regional development dimension of Israeli-African cooperation.

Granot explains that the democratization and stabilization of the African political structure over the last decade has contributed immensely to the spectacular economic growth of countries like Botswana, Namibia, Rwanda, Ghana and Ivory Coast: ‘”The new generation of African leaders feel responsible, not only to the destiny of their own people, but also regionally. We are now in an era where regional conflicts in Africa are resolved by African institutions, as was the case in Ivory Coast and in Malawi. This contributes to a welcoming economical and trade climate, which is bound to fulfill the enormous African potential.”

Granot says that thousands of Israeli companies benefit from this recent global African growth, offering expertise in diverse fields, such as communication infrastructure, hi-tech products, agriculture, health and more. Israeli companies also offer formation and education programs. The Foreign Ministry operates often these days in partnership with public and private sector elements, working together on development projects. Many Israeli companies are involved in such projects throughout Africa.

Israel’s Deputy Foreign Minister, Danny Ayalon, landed on Monday in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He continued on to Uganda and Kenya, where he will inaugurate two Israeli-cooperation projects in agriculture and health. According to Gil Haskel, Israel’s ambassador to Uganda, the Jewish state is interested in strengthening agricultural cooperation and collaboration with Uganda.

When explaining the recent change in relations between Israel and Africa, Granot points to yet another reason: a change in Africa’s own historical perception of these relations: ‘”Many of the African visitors in Israel this last year expressed disappointment at the promises made by Arab nations in the 70s and 80s, when African countries were pressured to cut off diplomatic ties with Israel in exchange for development aid. They look back to the ‘golden era’ of our relations and wish to bring them back to life.”

Deputy Minister Ayalon will discuss with his hosts Israel’s request to reinstate its status of observer with the African Union – having been disbarred from participating at AU meetings since the summit meeting of AU leaders in 2002, when Libya’s Gaddafi literally kicked Israel out. Granot says that with the PA and the Arab Leagues being full members of the AU, many African leaders agree that the Israeli point of view is nonexistent at these meetings.

Another topic on the agenda is the ”Arab Spring” and the upheaval in Libya. The fall of Gaddafi led to an enormous ‘leakage’ of weapons to the Sinai Peninsula and the Gaza Strip, but also to Mali, Niger, Mauritania and other sub-Saharan countries, where these weapons fell into the hands of Muslim extremists.

The Foreign Ministry held last week an extensive meeting to discuss these developments in Mali, where the north of the country has all fallen under the control of Ansar Dine – a Muslim terror group with ties to al-Qaeda. As in Israel, African leaders are also deeply concerned. In Kenya, two Iranians are now on trial for planning attacks against Israeli and American targets.

Granot says Minister Lieberman views Israeli-African relations as extremely important and plans to visit Africa again in the coming months. The visit of PM Netanyahu, cancelled three months ago, is rescheduled now for the coming summer. Israel has recently opened a new mission in Ghana. The minister is also considering the possibility of reopening the embassy in RDC Congo. source – YNET

They Call It The ‘Auschwitz Of America’ In Houston, Texas

The Auschwitz of America

What if we told you that right here, in one of America’s largest cities, is a factory that runs day and night, and exists for the sole purpose of torturing and killing little babies in the womb? Would you care? What if we also told you that Planned Parenthood estimates figure that this particular facility in Houston, TX, needs approximately a MINIMUM of 49 dead babies a day just to make enough money to break even? What would your reaction be to that? We are talking about the Planned Parenthood facility at 4600 Gulf Fwy Ste 300 in Houston, Texas.

The building, off the Gulf Freeway, opened to patients quietly in 2010. The $26 million project, dubbed Prevention Park, is the largest Planned Parenthood administrative and medical facility in the nation. It also serves as the headquarters for 12 clinics — 10 in Texas and two in Louisiana. And what are they “preventing”? – life.

Planned Parenthood has roots in Nazism

Planned Parenthood was started by Margaret Sanger, and has it’s roots and beginnings in Nazi ideals and doctrines. Sanger was closely tied to Ernst Rudin, who served as Hitler’s director of genetic sterilization. An April 1933 article by Rudin – entitled “Eugenic Sterilization: An Urgent Need” – for Sanger’s monthly magazine, The Birth Control Review, detailed the establishment of the Nazi Society for Racial Hygiene and advocated its replication in the United States. And it was indeed ‘replicated in America’ as Planned Parenthood.

Celebrating death…literally

Last year, several Texas Democratic women’s group got together and held their annual Christmas party on site at this massive abortion clinic in Houston. Michael Berry, a conservative talk radio host on Houston’s KTRH, said the idea of holding a holiday party at a Planned Parenthood is disgusting and an insult.

“Celebrating the ‘holiday’ of Christmas, which marks the birth of Christ, at an abortion clinic is an insult to Christians, and frankly, to every American,” Berry said. “Democrats think it’s festive to get drunk at an abortion clinic? I guess this would be their ‘choice’?”

ObamaCare kills babies with taxpayer dollars

The Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act (ACA), President Obama’s historic health care reform law.  We’ve been anticipating this day for months and we can finally celebrate.  The decision means that millions of women, men and families will have access to basic, preventive health care.  Tens of thousands of women and men across our service area who lacked health insurance or adequate health care coverage will now have an opportunity to access to affordable, quality health care. source – Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast.

The Affordable Care Act by Obama means that YOU, the American citizen, is helping to fund this massive enterprise of around-the-clock death. Remember when President Obama PROMISED that his ObamaCare would not fund abortion with taxpayer monies? Well, he lied…and you are funding his war machine with every paycheck you cash. Do you think that America will somehow escape God’s judgment for this evil? Think again…and get involved!

Poured Out For The Nations is actively targeting and praying against this factory of death through prayer and on-site protest. We ask that you would please join with us with your prayers and support to work together to shut this place down for good. We will be reporting on this facility quite a lot in the very near future as we begin to come against them in spiritual warfare. Please join us!

Those Who Sow In Tears – By Dee Warren

Dee Warren 2012 Rwanda & DR Congo Mission Trip

“Those who sow in tears Shall reap in joy.” Psalm 126:5

After just having returned from my 10th mission trip to Africa, third to Rwanda and the DR Congo, I’m reminded of my first trip in 2002 when I went in tears and a broken heart from a 41 year marriage that had just abruptly come to an end.

As always I see and hear heartbreaking and troubling things in this part of Africa that has seen its share of turmoil, fighting, even death, and I remember why the Lord sent me in my own tears and heartache, because I know Jesus and so many there do not.

Dee Warren 2012 Rwanda & DR Congo Mission Trip
Felicia Joseph, Carole Meteh, Dee Warren & Senaah Ellis (Short Term Missionaries) at a Women’s Conference in DR Congo

At a women’s conference our last two days in the Congo, after a lesson on how powerful our personal testimony can be regarding the trials we have experienced and how the Lord has walked with us through them, I asked for testimonies from the women of Emmaus Church of Christ, DR Congo.  Their testimonies always blow me away.  One young lady stated “our men are mean here, plus Huttu men are coming in and raping us.”  Then she asked this question “Sister, what can we do about this?”  I reminded her this was not God’s original plan when he created man and woman, but very quickly into his creation sin came into His beautiful garden and we live now in such a fallen world where evil is everywhere and I am sorry for what you are going through here.  I then asked her if she knew Jesus as her Savior, and she said yes, but not with conviction in her voice.

In the night it became evident to me from this woman’s response that with this group of women I had taught them about my testimony and others had shared theirs, but I failed to address how they too can have this Jesus who saves and rescues, who walks us through our valleys.  Graciously the Lord sent me back to this same group of women the next day and I was able to tell them that although you cannot escape where you live, when you have Jesus as your Savior, there is nothing man can do to take salvation from you.  If you are here today and you don’t know this Jesus, things will get much worse for you when you die, even worse than they are now where you live.  I explained to them when Jesus was here on earth doing His public ministry, many people missed Him then because they wanted somebody to “fix” today, “fix the oppression they had from Rome.”  They even shouted “come down off the cross Jesus, save yourself Jesus, then I will believe.”

Today in the world, many still miss Jesus because they are looking for somebody to “fix” today, instead of seeing that He has done something far greater, He has fixed eternity so that we can spend it with Him instead of with Satan, the one who hates us so much and causes the hearts of men to be so mean that they would rape innocent women.  I reminded them of the danger of seeing the sins of others who hurt us, but not recognizing that it is our own sin that separates from God and it is from our sins that we must be forgiven if we are to be saved.  When I told them what the Bible says about the free gift of salvation that God has given to all of us through His Son Jesus Christ, how we must accept this gift for ourselves before we die, six women responded and received Jesus.  Among the six was the young woman who the day before had asked “Sister, what can we do about what is happening to us today?”

Jennifer Gilbert, Dee Warren & Carole Meteh giving their testimonies at a Women's Conference in Africa
Jennifer Gilbert, Dee Warren & Carole Meteh giving their testimonies at a Women’s Conference in Africa

During my own tears and heartache the Lord sent me to Africa in 2002 and over time, He has replaced the heartache and tears I had with His joy and a passion for His people in Africa like I could never dream or imagine.   I don’t know why the Lord has chosen me to be His witness in His beautiful Africa, but I am certain that He has and He has reminded me of these verses in Psalms 126:5-6 “Those who sow in tears Shall reap in joy.  He who continually goes forth weeping,  Bearing seed for sowing, Shall doubtless come again with rejoicing,  Bringing his sheaves with him”

I sowed His word in my own tears and He has brought a harvest in His time in the places He has led me to go.  I praise Him for this Sister who was so lost she could only see her situation as it is today here on earth.  Now she has eyes to see that here on this earth what she experiences is all the hell she will ever have, and when the Lord takes her home, she will live without pain, sorrow, heartache, and best of all, in the presence of the One, Jesus Christ, who loved her enough to die for her too.  Today I am shouting with joy – Bwana asifiwe – Praise the Lord that He loves us so and will save all from our sins who will believe.