So should we then disregard all the attempts of a peace treaty for Jerusalem in the past since 1948 when Israel became a nation state again in the Middle East? I don't think so.
Yes you should disregard it, because this peace process is an evolution of madness
When Jesus said in Matt.24 that we will hear of wars and rumors of war, those things must be, BUT the end is not yet, the opposite of a time of wars and rumors of wars is a time of peace.
Again where does the bible say that after the rumors of wars is a time of peace?
Human societies seem to be inherently violent. Times of peace are too soon rent and ended by conflict and war because of raw aggression, religious fervor, or pure greed. We need only to gaze back on the twentieth century to find numerous examples of our penchant for violence and inhumanity.
The previous hundred years witnessed three world wars: two hot and one cold.
It saw mass murders - ethnic cleansing in the following countries Germany, the Soviet Union, China, Cambodia, the Sudan, and Rwanda, among others. Countless smaller conflicts nevertheless took multiple thousands of lives in Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, the Balkans, Spain, Cuba, Central and South America, Israel, Northern Ireland, and many African nations.
Now we have in addition terrorism becoming a commonplace.
Further in the 20th century we have witnessed a prolific arms race that began with the tank and the airplane in the First World War, through the submarine and jet in the Second World War, and culminated with the intercontinental ballistic missile, mutually assured nuclear destruction, and the threat of space-based weapons during the Cold War.
These wars spawned the development and use of chemical, biological, and radioactive weapons of mass destruction, in which a suitcase sized device has the potential to snuff out the lives of hundreds of thousands of people in one blast. Nations played with the power of the atom, of magnetism, of electricity, of light and even sound all in attempting to harness the very forces of nature—to find "better" ways to kill people in larger quantities.
In reality, the 20th century was merely a magnified example of many earlier periods of man's history. Previous centuries saw European nations fight each other to exhaustion over decades of continuous religious and political wars.
Genghis Khan and Attila the Hun with their wars of conquest spread terror and death over great swaths of Asia and Europe.
Rome lived and died by the sword, as did all the great empires of history. Our time is no more violent...we just more abit more efficient at killing people in mass
Even some of the great men of the Bible became caught up in man's violent nature. To rescue Lot, Abraham took on a confederacy of kings and prevailed (Genesis 14:14-16). Josephus records that Moses was commander of Egypt's armies before God called him, and he himself writes that he killed an Egyptian who was beating an Israelite (Exodus 2:11-12). Joshua led the forces of Israel in the wilderness and eventually conquered much of the Promised Land. Judges like Gideon, Jephthah, and Samson won mighty victories. David fought so many wars and killed so many men that God denied him the opportunity to build Him a Temple (I Chronicles 22:7-8; 28:3).
Yet, the Bible predicts that the time of the end will be the bloodiest period that mankind will ever experience (Matthew 24:21-22). Thousands, millions, even billions of people will die in calamity after calamity—some "acts of God," some "natural," some man made.
Where i beg you will this world ever find peace or live in peace? Peace will only come when Christ Arrives, the Antichrist will rule in chaos by a grip of fear not in order to create peace