4 Blood Moons Coming On 4 Jewish Holidays Might Have MAJOR Implications
In the Tanach, the prophet Yoel states, “The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and the terrible day of the LORD come.” (Yoel 2:31)
Sun turned to darkness = moon directly between the Earth and sun in a total solar eclipse. Moon turned to blood = Earth directly between the sun and moon, Earth’s shadow falling on the moon in a total lunar eclipse.
What is the significance of four blood moons coming over the next two years – on the Jewish Passovers on April 15, 2014, and April 4, 2015, and Sukkot on Oct. 8, 2014, and Sept. 28, 2015.
The last three times this phenomenon occurred were right around seminal moments in Jewish history. For example, when it happened in 1493 and 1494 Jews were expelled from Spain. The blood moons in 1949 and 1950 came right after the nation of Israel was assembled, giving the Jews a homeland for the first time in thousands of years. And in 1967 and 1968 it was linked to the Six-Day War.
Not only are there four blood moons on 4/15/14, 10/8/14, 4/4/15, and 9/28/15, but the added significance is that the total solar eclipse on 3/20/15 is on the biblical calendar of Nisan 1. Nisan 1 begins the religious calendar New Year according to the Torah, it is our first month as Jews.
Be’ezrat Hashem, the upcoming blood moons will bring more miraculous events for our Jewish people and the Land of Israel…hopefully Moshiach is on his way to bring us all together again as a united Jewish people in our Homeland! 
Published on Mar 24, 2014
Yesterday the Prime Minister of Hamas, Ismail Haniyeh, gave a feverish speech in front of thousands of supporters at Saraya Square in the Gaza Strip. The message: Palestinians should not and will not stop fighting through terrorist acts against the State of Israel. Haniyeh encourages Palestinians to attack innocent Israelis and he explicitly outlines a new plan to use tunnels on an offensive against Israel. His speech also refers to striking Tel Aviv as thousands of supporters cheer him on. 
The Arab League flatly refuse to recognize Israel as a Jewish state.
Arab League summit opens with row over Palestinian support
Summit draft resolution ‘categorically’ refuses to recognize Israel as Jewish state, ‘rejects all pressure on Palestinian leadership’ to accept demand.
KUWAIT CITY – Qatar’s ruler kicked off the opening session of the annual Arab League summit on Tuesday by criticizing fellow Arab leaders over their attitude to the Palestinians.
Sheik Tamim bin Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani reprimanded member states for not following through on a Qatari proposal made a year ago to set up a $1 billion fund to help the Arab residents of East Jerusalem, defiantly declaring that his tiny but super-rich nation will go ahead with the $250 million it has already pledged.
A resolution to create the fund was adopted by last year’s Arab summit held in Qatar.
He also renewed calls for a small Arab summit to be held try to resolve differences between the militant Hamas group, which rules the Gaza Strip, and the Western-backed Fatah group in the West Bank. Qatar supports Hamas.
Meanwhile, in a final resolution drafted ahead of the summit, the League said it would flatly refuse to recognize Israel as a Jewish state. Israel has made the demand for recognition a condition of reaching a peace agreement with the Palestinians.
According to the draft of the final resolution, obtained by AFP, the Arab states declare their “absolute and categorical refusal to recognize Israel as a Jewish state”. The resolution also “rejects all pressure to this effect on the Palestinian leadership”, a likely reference to American efforts to keep the negotiations going after their April deadline.
The draft resolution will also call on Arab states to provide $100 million in financial aid to the Palestinian Authority every month.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, who last week held talks with President Barack Obama at the White House, met Monday with the foreign ministers of the League’s 22 member states, to update them on the outcome of the talks, those present at the summit said.
Infighting and accusations
Tamim also lashed out at Iraq’s Shiite-led government and Egyptian authorities, a move that is likely to add a new layer to tension in the region.
His criticism was not the only manifestation of inter-Arab differences surfacing in the Kuwait summit.
The representative of the Syrian opposition decried that he was not given Syria’s seat, as was the case in last year’s summit. Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Salman bin Abdel-Aziz, standing in for King Abdullah, said he was puzzled by the move.
Without naming Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, Tamim criticized what he said were attempts to sideline entire segments of that Arab nation, a reference to Iraq’s Sunni Arab minority. His criticism of Iraq’s government follow recent comments by al-Maliki in which he accused Qatar and Saudi Arabia of supporting Sunni militants in Iraq.
“It’s about time for Iraq to emerge from the vicious circle of violence and differences. That cannot come about through the sidelining of entire society segments or accusing them of terrorism if they demand equality and inclusion,” he said.
Vice President Khudeir al-Khuzaie, a Shiite, is representing Iraq in the summit.
Tamim also called on Egypt to start a “political dialogue,” an implicit criticism of the crackdown there against the Muslim Brotherhood, the Islamist group that Qatar backs and of which Islamist President Mohammed Morsi is a member.
The military removed Morsi last July and there has been a massive crackdown against the Brotherhood, with the arrest of thousands and the killing of hundreds of its supporters. Morsi and leaders of the Brotherhood are in detention and some are in court on charges that carry the death penalty.
The criticism of Egypt is likely to further strain relations with Cairo at a time when Qatar’s own relations with heavyweight Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain – its partners in the Gulf Cooperation Council – are fraught with tension. Egypt and the three Arab nations have withdrawn their ambassadors from Qatar.