G-d’s Master Plan – XX – The UAE – Israel Agreement, Beirut And The 50-Year Cycle


At the moment, the historic major breakthrough of the UAE-Israeli agreement is the most talked about news headline throughout the Middle East and in many parts of the world. However, I feel a very interesting fact being totally ignored is contained in the following TOI story published Sunday-

UAE Foreign Minister Calls His Israeli Counterpart To Launch Direct Phone Lines

Abu Dhabi authorities remove block on calls between countries, allow access to Israel Websites – including Times Of Israel.

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In other words, both countries had the necessary equipment to communicate with each other, but until now, neither government considered opening up the lines of communication.

The 50-Year Cycle – Another Piece Of Evidence Falls Into Place

In 1876, Alexander Graham Bell was the first to be granted a United States patent for a device that produced clearly intelligible replication of the human voice. This instrument was further developed by many others, and became rapidly indispensable in businessgovernment, and in households.

The Year 1876 Rings A Bell

February 22 – Johns Hopkins University is founded in Baltimore.

March 7 – Alexander Graham Bell is granted a United States patent for the telephone.[4]

March 10 – Alexander Graham Bell makes the first successful telephone call, saying “Mr. Watson, come here, I want to see you”.

July 4 – The United States Centennial is celebrated across the country.

I previously pointed out that COVID-19 authority Johns Hopkins University was founded exactly 100 years after the birth of the USA. And it is therefore very interesting to observe that within two weeks the inventor responsible for the telephone was granted a patent for his new machine. So just like the first lines of communication were opened by the telephone in 1876, between major US cities, the telephone was the first form of communication used by the Israelis and the UAE to formally open lines of communication between the two countries.

Thinking About What Took Place In Beirut And The Ammonium Nitrate Stockpile

In perhaps a vast majority of the world, if there would be a stockpile of Ammonium Nitrate in any storage facility, its primary use would be for the benefit of the consumer.   The reason is that this chemical can be used as fertilizer as was discussed previously. This would therefore be most appropriate to have ammonium nitrate stored on farmland as is found in most civilized countries.

It is assumed the farm owners would not want to hold on to this dangerous stockpile for an extended period of time due to the explosive nature of this product.

So Who In Their Infinite Wisdom Would Be So Stupid To Store Ammonium Nitrate Next To A Grain Elevator That Held The Majority Of Beirut’s Grain Supply?

And that in a nutshell is the main problem today in the Middle East. Far too many countries are being controlled by terrorists and Governments that have strong ties to terrorism. When the Beirut explosion took place, it was sadly the residents of Beirut that suffered the most.

This is not normal to say the least, but unfortunately living in the Middle East, it is a fact of life, except for us who are lucky enough to live in Israel. We are blessed with abundant food supplies which no doubt are the result of many years of research and planning on the part of the Government.

So for those people who continually criticize Israel and its Government, I would like to see them find a better country in the Middle East. Especially one that provides its citizens with ample food supplies.

Can This Be One Of The Main Reasons The UAE Suddenly Is Normalizing Relations With Israel?

With Israel now having the upper hand in providing for its citizens coupled with the disaster in Beirut, perhaps that gave the UAE the incentive to agree to come to terms with our country. And it appears other countries are now willing to follow UAE’s lead.

This complete turnaround in attitude by many of our former enemies is proof once again that we are indeed witnessing a unique time in history that should hopefully bring us closer to the coming of Moshiach.

About the Author
Born and raised in the Minneapolis suburb of St. Louis Park. Married to a South African, we lived in Johannesburg from 1979 to 1996. Made Aliyah with our seven children on Parshat Lech Lecha. BSB Accounting Degree from the University of Minnesota. Investment Portfolio Manager /Fundamental And Technical Analyst. Wrote in-depth research on companies, markets, commodities for leading financial publications. Served in the US Army Reserves Semi Retired spending quality time with my wife, children, grandchildren and attend Kollel while analyzing current events as they relate to Torah and Mitzvahs.
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