John 9:4 “We must work the works of Him who sent Me as long as it is day; night is coming when no one can work.”
It looks as though Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennet’s fragile governing coalition is near collapse. The glue that held together the Bennet-Lapid government was the common hatred of the Netanyahu administration, but now that is falling apart putting Israel in more political turmoil and opening the door for elections again in September or October. This makes Israel very weak politically in a hotbed environment.
On top of that, the President of the European Union is on her way to Israel to finalize a historical deal in which Israel will supply trillions of cubic feet of natural gas to Europe either by “liquidating” it locally or by using Egyptian facilities and thus exporting via Egypt (which has become an energy hub).
The deal with Europe is a part of the European effort to substitute the use of the Russian gas supply. (Israel will replace Russia as a supplier for Europe). Which of course makes Russia very unhappy.
This is a “pivotal time” and the world sees a weak America and a politically weak Israel as the perfect opportunity to act now!