Terrorists Tapping into Haman’s Wicked Energy

After terrorists launched rockets at Tel Aviv, the first time they have reached that far since Israel’s war with Hamas in the summer of 2014, Fellowship President Yael Eckstein addressed this evil act. Speaking at Charisma News, Eckstein noted that the terrorists’ evil is in line with wicked Haman, who sought to destroy the Jewish people during Bible times:

Yael Eckstein, president of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, warned the spirit of Haman is attacking just days before Jews are set to celebrate Purim.

“It’s amazing how we can from everything being quiet and calm to war in a matter of seconds. We’re not at war yet, thank God, but we just had two rockets launched at Tel Aviv,” Eckstein says in a Facebook LIVE video.

The rockets were launched at Israel’s most populous city from the Gaza strip.

“What we know is Islamic Jihad is taking responsibility for this, and what this means is a huge escalation, because they think long and hard before they launch any rocket,” Eckstein says.

Islamic Jihad denied these allegations.

No matter who fired, there’s a significant spiritual angle attached to the attack.

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