Why do the peoples gather, and the nations talk in vain? The kings of the earth take their stand and the princes conspire secretly, against HaShem [the L-rd] and against His anointed. "Let us cut their cords and let us cast off their ropes from ourselves." He Who sits in heaven will laugh, the L-rd will mock them. Then He will speak to them in His anger, and in His fury He will terrify them: "I Myself have anointed My king over Zion, My holy mountain!" ... And now, O kings, be wise; be disciplined, O judges of the earth. Serve HaShem with awe that you may rejoice when there is trembling. Yearn for purity, lest He grow wrathful and your way be doomed. For in a brief moment, His anger will blaze. Praiseworthy are all who trust in Him. (Psalms 2)
This Psalm was written over 3,000 years ago. It predicts that the Jews will once again be in their land and that the nations of the world will unite to destroy them.
In order to ensure that this would occur, G-d gave the Arab Muslim Nazis huge oil reserves and created circumstances in which other available energy resources would foolishly not be exploited by the rest of the world. Thus, a phony but potent dependence on Arab Muslim Nazi oil plus the natural tendency of most to hate the Jews anyway have combined to create an international atmosphere aimed at destroying Israel.
"Let us cut their cords and let us cut off their ropes from ourselves." This represents the desire of the Satanic secular "humanists" to destroy the foundations of Biblical faith: the Jewish people and the State of Israel. If Israel were finally obliterated, G-d forbid, then this would prove that the Bible is not the true word of G-d and that G-d does not have the power to protect His people. The Muslim Nazis share this aspiration in order to prove that it is Islam and the Nazi Koran which represent the true religion.
At the end of Psalm 2, G-d warns the nations -- as He does literally hundreds of times throughout the Bible -- not to dare oppose His Zionist enterprise in Israel.
Those who are wise will inherit the following destiny: "Serve HaShem with awe that you may rejoice when there is trembling." In other words, as the evil are trembling while they are being destroyed by an angry G-d, the righteous Jews and righteous Gentiles will be able to rejoice.