What happens when a country threaten Israel with war?

I’ve chosen these stories not from Christian media, or the Israel/middle east media just to make a point I’m not trying go OTT on judgement day/end times type themes.

Meteors and 70+ degree weather in Iran just after they announce they want to destroy Israel?

But these stories are beyond normal rational explanation.

iran heat

http://time.com/3981478/iran-heatwave-bandar-mahsahr/

iran meteor

http://thewatchers.adorraeli.com/2015/08/02/large-meteorite-impacts-iran-causing-serious-damage-to-qazvin-numerous-towns-affected/

In the light of Iran threatening Israel with annihilation, much of western world too uninterested/cowardly to stop them (Thankyou Canada for being a true friend to Israel)   Why would Iran have meteors and extreme hot weather right now?

The extreme heat is affecting the rest of the middle east right now.    I know what it feels like with overwhelming intense heat out in Israel when I was there and its not fun I tell you.    I personally think this is a blessing right now.  Why?  With the tragic death of a Palestinian child and a woman in a gay event, there is less of chance of people wanting to go out to take revenge if the extreme heat makes people want to stay indoors.

Genesis 12 : 1 The Lord had said to Abram, “Go from your country, your people and your father’s household to the land I will show you.  2“I will make you into a great nation, and I will bless you; I will make your name great, and you will be a blessing. 3I will bless those who bless you, and whoever curses you I will curse; and all peoples on earth will be blessed through you.”b

Winter in the holyland with fog and wind

This strange fog seems to happen during colder times here, I suspect this the not the whole country that has this, probably just the more mountainous places like Jerusalem, Dead Sea, Golan Heights, etc.

There was some very strong winds this weekend so all of saturday I stayed indoors and did writing, reading or watched films.  Its not nice out there as the wind brings over sand and dust from Egypt.   Today the wind is strong you can see this cafe has tied a parasol to some traffic lights.

I didn’t get a picture of the view of my house although a lot of the Arab district closeby is mostly invisible.

After church on sunday night you can see the walls of the old city looking kind of fuzzy.  Me and my friend braved the cold chill before head to the house of prayer building next to the Zion Gate hotel then back to my flat to watch a bit of telly.

Today, I woke up with rain outside, this time lots of it, this made the sand that had settled on the balcony turn into a weird type of mud.   All cars looked grubby, although to be honest no one seems to bother washing their car here in Israel as all cars seem to have a layer of dust on them anyway.

I am wondering what sand storms does to your health.   In other middle east cities such as Cairo or Tehran this is a massive problem with pollution and there is a layer of smog over the city, and lots of people die each year not from smoking but from respiratory related diseases from pollution.

Forest fire, sand storm followed by at last some decent rain, it does seem like the winter season suddenly came in a week.  I was still wearing just one shirt only a week ago when out, oh well, at least it will be a bit easier to get used to the UK climate when I fly back next week.  I have yet to see a thunderstorm here though.