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    At first glance, there appears to be no rational reason why Norway would get hit with terrorist attacks. After all, Norway has done everything it could to avoid these kinds of attacks. It has remained free from conflict for nearly 200 years, including maintaining its neutrality throughout both World Wars. Representational of its peaceful status, Norway is the home of the Oslo Peace Accords between Israel and the Palestinians; and the nation appears to be so peacefully idyllic that it is patrolled by unarmed police.

    Though Norway has long been a leader of world peace and, therefore, had appeared immune from terrorist attacks (after all, what terrorists would attack a nation of peace?), the country is now mourning its 98 victims from the terrorist assaults ten days ago. A clear message that results from these attacks is that no country is immune from terrorism now. Even peaceful nations, which try to stay out of conflicts, are susceptible to terrorist attacks.

    But is that why God allowed these attacks to occur in Norway? Did these terrorist assaults simply occur because God wanted that to be the message?

    The clear and reasonable answer to those questions is "no". If that is why God allowed those attacks to occur in peaceful Norway, then we are left with a God who seems to lack much purpose. It seems there are other reasons why God allowed these horrific acts to occur. And though God's ways are far higher than our ways, still, in the context of the time in which we live, we can glean at least two possibilities for these assaults.

    So, what is that context? In observing so many events aligning with end-times Bible prophecy, it appears that these attacks could fit into an apocalyptic context. In other words, they may have connection with end-times alignment.

    Could it be that God used these attacks to bring the entire world together against terrorism? This is a very real possibility. After all, Bible prophecy indicates that in the (near?) future, the world will be unified in proclaiming "peace and security" when terrorism will appear to have been defeated and a peace treaty with Israel is signed. Thus, there seems to be a clear indication that, prior to that declaration, the entire world will have been drawn together against terrorism.

    What better way to draw nations together against terrorism than to have the country that appears to have epitomized peace experience terrorist attacks? Since everyone seems to be recognizing that Norway did nothing to deserve those attacks, an even more heightened sense is created that no one is immune from terrorism and, therefore, terrorism must be defeated. This alone appears to play into the alignment of end-times prophecy.

    But what if Norway is not quite as innocent as we might imagine? What if, in God's eyes, there was some merit for these attacks on Norway's part? So what are we saying?

    According to Alan Dershowitz, writing in Hudson-Institute New York, many Norwegians have justified terrorism against Israel. In fact, Dershowitz states that "there are many Norwegians who not only justify terrorist attacks against Israel, but praise them, support them, help finance them, and legitimate them."

    As bad as that charge is, why would God choose to allow terrorist attacks on Norway, even if it is true? He might allow terrorism to fulfill His warning of Genesis 12:3, where He declares that He will bring trouble on those who bring trouble upon Israel.

    Of course, "many" does not indicate "all"; but, historically, God has brought trouble upon nations whose leaders have brought trouble upon Israel. Just because "many" Norwegians have brought trouble on the Jewish nation, does not mean that the leadership have been guilty of this; however, it makes it far more likely. Typically, leaders are swayed into buying into their constituents' philosophies if those philosophies are held by enough of them.

    Thus, though there may be other reasons for God allowing these terrorist attacks on Norway, one reason may be the possibility that God is using Norway as the "innocent" victim to prepare the world for the coming dramatic "defeat" of terrorism and the announcement of "peace and security" by world leaders. Another could be the viable possibility that the assaults are partial fulfillments of Genesis 12:3. As the Bible shows us, God, who is in control of all things, is a purposeful God; thus, everything-including terrorist attacks on Norway-has a purpose in His plan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo View Post
    At first glance, there appears to be no rational reason why Norway would get hit with terrorist attacks. After all, Norway has done everything it could to avoid these kinds of attacks. It has remained free from conflict for nearly 200 years, including maintaining its neutrality throughout both World Wars. Representational of its peaceful status, Norway is the home of the Oslo Peace Accords between Israel and the Palestinians; and the nation appears to be so peacefully idyllic that it is patrolled by unarmed police.

    Though Norway has long been a leader of world peace and, therefore, had appeared immune from terrorist attacks (after all, what terrorists would attack a nation of peace?), the country is now mourning its 98 victims from the terrorist assaults ten days ago. A clear message that results from these attacks is that no country is immune from terrorism now. Even peaceful nations, which try to stay out of conflicts, are susceptible to terrorist attacks.

    But is that why God allowed these attacks to occur in Norway? Did these terrorist assaults simply occur because God wanted that to be the message?

    The clear and reasonable answer to those questions is "no". If that is why God allowed those attacks to occur in peaceful Norway, then we are left with a God who seems to lack much purpose. It seems there are other reasons why God allowed these horrific acts to occur. And though God's ways are far higher than our ways, still, in the context of the time in which we live, we can glean at least two possibilities for these assaults.

    So, what is that context? In observing so many events aligning with end-times Bible prophecy, it appears that these attacks could fit into an apocalyptic context. In other words, they may have connection with end-times alignment.

    Could it be that God used these attacks to bring the entire world together against terrorism? This is a very real possibility. After all, Bible prophecy indicates that in the (near?) future, the world will be unified in proclaiming "peace and security" when terrorism will appear to have been defeated and a peace treaty with Israel is signed. Thus, there seems to be a clear indication that, prior to that declaration, the entire world will have been drawn together against terrorism.

    What better way to draw nations together against terrorism than to have the country that appears to have epitomized peace experience terrorist attacks? Since everyone seems to be recognizing that Norway did nothing to deserve those attacks, an even more heightened sense is created that no one is immune from terrorism and, therefore, terrorism must be defeated. This alone appears to play into the alignment of end-times prophecy.

    But what if Norway is not quite as innocent as we might imagine? What if, in God's eyes, there was some merit for these attacks on Norway's part? So what are we saying?

    According to Alan Dershowitz, writing in Hudson-Institute New York, many Norwegians have justified terrorism against Israel. In fact, Dershowitz states that "there are many Norwegians who not only justify terrorist attacks against Israel, but praise them, support them, help finance them, and legitimate them."

    As bad as that charge is, why would God choose to allow terrorist attacks on Norway, even if it is true? He might allow terrorism to fulfill His warning of Genesis 12:3, where He declares that He will bring trouble on those who bring trouble upon Israel.

    Of course, "many" does not indicate "all"; but, historically, God has brought trouble upon nations whose leaders have brought trouble upon Israel. Just because "many" Norwegians have brought trouble on the Jewish nation, does not mean that the leadership have been guilty of this; however, it makes it far more likely. Typically, leaders are swayed into buying into their constituents' philosophies if those philosophies are held by enough of them.

    Thus, though there may be other reasons for God allowing these terrorist attacks on Norway, one reason may be the possibility that God is using Norway as the "innocent" victim to prepare the world for the coming dramatic "defeat" of terrorism and the announcement of "peace and security" by world leaders. Another could be the viable possibility that the assaults are partial fulfillments of Genesis 12:3. As the Bible shows us, God, who is in control of all things, is a purposeful God; thus, everything-including terrorist attacks on Norway-has a purpose in His plan.

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    Nonsensical zionistic article. Everything Israel Israel Israel and their bloody tribalistic genocidal god. I guess the bombings of Palestinians by Israel is not terrorism. You see how stupid the writer sound now? Before one starts accusing another of being a terrorist, maybe they should find out why they take such a stand. Nonsense!
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    The foregoing post raises an age-long question, and that is, couldn't the site retain more post for a longer time if quotes weren't used where they're not needed

    Q I wouldn't mean to deprive you of the quote. I'm no PC programmer but couldn't one instead replace the quote with a link. Then when I access Q's reply the link is activated automatically so that his post is as above but occupies less space in site memory banks

    But is that why God allowed these attacks to occur in Norway?
    No. Reason: She obviously is able to accomplish only the possible because the impossible simply can't be. If She could do the impossible for instance She could make Herself both exist and not exist

    Thus if the only way to accomplish Her end entails a spherical rock full of cracks with a molten core orbiting a huge hydrogen bomb there are bound to be earthquakes while many people will do dumb things unhindered

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    Quote Originally Posted by dalehileman View Post
    The foregoing post raises an age-long question, and that is, couldn't the site retain more post for a longer time if quotes weren't used where they're not needed

    Q I wouldn't mean to deprive you of the quote. I'm no PC programmer but couldn't one instead replace the quote with a link. Then when I access Q's reply the link is activated automatically so that his post is as above but occupies less space in site memory banks
    Im a demigod here. This question goes to one of the Gods of Ghana villgae
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    Q I hope they're listening
    But where is everyone else

    Hi again Q
    Is it that summer is a bad season for GV or is nobody else interesting in our concerns

    Perhaps you can recommend another forum somewhere of this type with more activity

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