Sunday, June 2, 2019

#PeacePlan #Bahrain June 25-26 #Manama

The White House announced Sunday it would co-host the June 25-26 meeting in the capital city of Manama and is expected to unveil the economic aspects of its long-awaited Middle East peace plan, with the declared aim of achieving Palestinian prosperity.

“The Palestinian Authority does not recognize this conference,” Abbas said at a Ramallah event.

“Trump’s ‘deal of the century’ will go to hell, as will the economic workshop in Bahrain that the Americans intend to hold and present illusions,” he continued.

Manama Bahrain

"Manama Bahrain" = 96 (English Ordinal)
"Manama Bahrain" = 33 (Chaldean)
"Manama Bahrain" = 51 (Full Reduction)

"Manama" = 119 (Reverse Ordinal)
"Manama" = 16 (Chaldean)

"Bahrain" = 141 (Jewish)
"Bahrain" = 17 (Chaldean)

Manama (Arabic: المنامة‎ al-Manāma  Bahrani pronunciation: is the capital and largest city of Bahrain,
"26° 13′ 0″ N, 50° 35′ 0″ E" = 44 (English Ordinal)
"26° 13′ 0″ N, 50° 35′ 0″ E" = 35 (Full Reduction)
"26° 13′ 0″ N, 50° 35′ 0″ E" = 139 (English Sumerian)
"26° 13′ 0″ N, 50° 35′ 0″ E" = 33 (Reverse Full Reduction)
"26° 13′ 0″ N, 50° 35′ 0″ E" = 70 (Jewish)
"26.216667, 50.583333" = 66 (Full Reduction)

Tue, 25 June 2019 = 22nd of Sivan, 5779
כ״ב בְּסִיוָן תשע״ט
"כ״ב בְּסִיוָן תשע״ט" = 47 (Hebrew Reduction)
"כ״ב בְּסִיוָן תשע״ט" = 128 (Hebrew Ordinal)
"כ״ב בְּסִיוָן תשע״ט" = 929 (Hebrew Gematria)158th prime
"כ״ב בְּסִיוָן תשע״ט" = 1579 (Hebrew Soffits)249th prime

Sivan is the 6th or 3rd month
22nd of Sivan = 22/6 or 22/3

Parashat Sh'lach / פרשת שלח־לך
"פרשת שלח־לך" = 36 (Hebrew Reduction)
"פרשת שלח־לך" = 144 (Hebrew Ordinal)
Parashat Sh'lach is the 37th weekly Torah portion

From and including: Monday, December 26, 2016
To, but not including Tuesday, June 25, 2019
Result: 911 days

From and including: Monday, December 26, 2016
To, but not including Tuesday, June 25, 2019
Result: 911 days


1. Russia mourns 92 who died in military plane crash
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Monday would be a day of mourning in his country after a Russian military jet crashed into the Black Sea shortly after taking off from Sochi on a flight to Syria, killing all 92 people on board. The victims included soldiers, reporters, and members of a world renowned Russian army choir, the Alexandrov Ensemble, who were on the way to perform for Russian troops. Russia's transport minister said on Sunday that investigators were considering the "entire spectrum" of possible causes for the Tu-154 transport plane's crash, and on Monday he said that the crash was likely due to pilot error or technical failure, not terrorism. The tragedy was the second in a week, following the assassination of Russia's ambassador to Turkey in Ankara. [BBC News]

3. Netanyahu calls meeting with U.S. ambassador over U.N. vote
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu summoned the U.S. ambassador to Israel, Daniel B. Shapiro, to a meeting on Sunday to discuss America's decision not to veto a United Nations Security Council resolution condemning Israeli settlements in Palestinian areas. The U.S. traditionally vetoes such resolutions critical of Israel, but this time it abstained, allowing the resolution to pass by a 14-0 vote. Netanyahu also called for meetings with envoys from New Zealand and Senegal, which voted in favor of the resolution. Netanyahu blamed President Obama for the passage of the measure, which said Israeli settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem constituted a "flagrant violation under international law" and served as an obstacle to peace. [The Washington Post]

7. Pope Francis calls for peace in Syria
Pope Francis on Sunday made a Christmas call for peace, saying that war and terrorism were spreading "fear and death in the heart of many countries and cities." Francis singled out the Syrian civil war as a cause of deep suffering, and urged the international community to help negotiate an end to the hostilities. Delivering a traditional Christmas message, the leader of the world's Catholics also called for Israelis and Palestinians to "write a new page of history, where hate and revenge give way" to a harmonious future. [The Associated Press]

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