Wednesday, February 2, 2011

The End Game: ISRAEL

Everything we are seeing in the Middle East these days will ultimately boil down to one single factor: The attempted destruction of Israel. Period. Its both biblical and current. We are seeing these uprisings, uprisings which have already been taken over or led by radical Islamic groups, and this process is spreading throughout countries which had been more favorable towards Israel. No longer is that the case. Jordan and Yemen are now falling victim to this same process as we watch the noose tighten even more around Israel.

Biblical prophecy gives us the ability to see "through" the current news and directly into the implications and into the future of these movements. Lets look at the evidence for this based on today's news:

Jordan's king fires Cabinet amid protests

Jordan's King Abdullah II, bowing to public pressure, fired his government on Tuesday and tasked a new prime minister with quickly boosting economic opportunities and giving Jordanians a greater say in politics.

The country's powerful Muslim opposition, which had demanded the dismissal of Prime Minister Samir Rifai in several nationwide protests inspired by those in Tunisia and Egypt, said the changes didn't go far enough.

Jordan's most powerful opposition group, the Muslim Brotherhood, dismissed the changes as cosmetic.

"We reject the new prime minister and we will continue our protests until our demands are met," said Hamza Mansour, leader of the Islamic Action Front, the Brotherhood's political arm.

Protest Snowball Knocks Over Jordanian Government

And none of this would be complete without Iran attempting to influence things:

Iran Sees "New Egypt" as Part of Islamic Revolution

Iran now is actively encouraging what it calls a “freedom seeking” movement in Egypt to help create its dream of a fundamentalist Islamic Middle East. Iranian officials, for the first time, said Tuesday they are offering support to the protesters in Egypt.

And it wouldn't be Iran without a reference to Israel and the U.S.:

He chastised the United States for allegedly playing a role of “direct interference" in Egyptian affairs at the same time that its citizens “are no longer ready to stand idle in face of crimes by the Zionist regime."

And further, the "real" agenda of this entire movement begins to emerge:

Muslim Brotherhood: 'Prepare Egyptians for war with Israel'

A leading member of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt told the Arabic-language Iranian news network Al-Alam on Monday that he would like to see the Egyptian people prepare for war against Israel, according to the Hebrew-language business newspaper Calcalist.

Muhammad Ghannem reportedly told Al- Alam that the Suez Canal should be closed immediately, and that the flow of gas from Egypt to Israel should cease “in order to bring about the downfall of the Mubarak regime.”

He added that “the people should be prepared for war against Israel,” saying the world should understand that “the Egyptian people are prepared for anything to get rid of this regime.

Muslim Brotherhood's Message Same as Hamas: Kill Jews

Many Western analysts agree that the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas are one and the same. One leading Brotherhood cleric has said: "Kill Jews – to the very last one.” A Brotherhood takeover of Egypt would strengthen Hamas in Gaza.

The Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas are rooted in the same ideology. "If the Muslim Brotherhood groups gain a prominent place in the government, this would definitely help consolidate Hamas's hold on Gaza,'' Atiyeh Jawwabra, a political science professor at Jerusalem's Al Quds University, told The Wall Street Journal’s Joshua Mitnick.

The Muslim Brotherhood’s ideology was made clear in the sermons of one of its leading preachers based in Qatar, Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi...Jews be dealt with by the Almighty who should "kill them, down to the very last one."

In a sermon aired in January 2009 on Al Jazeera television, Qaradawi said, “I will shoot Allah’s enemies, the Jews, and they will throw a bomb at me, and thus I will seal my life with martyrdom.”

And the dominoes continue to fall in the Middle East. Now its Yemen:

Yemeni president says he won't seek another term

Yemen is the Arab world's most impoverished nation and has become a haven for al-Qaida militants.

The Yemeni president told parliament on Wednesday he will not seek another term in office or hand power to his son — an apparent reaction to protests in this impoverished nation that have been inspired by Tunisia's revolt and the turmoil in Egypt.

In January, tens of thousands gathered in days of demonstrations, boldly calling for Saleh to step down — a red line that few dissenters had previously dared to cross here.

Everything we see happening in the Middle East is further stage setting, prophetically, for the ultimate goal of destroying Israel. The final roadblock in an effort to convert the entire Middle East to radical Islam and draconian Sharia Law is ISRAEL. And that is and has always been THE goal of radical Islam.

Regimes who previously would have attempted to restore calm and order to the Middle East are vanishing at breathtaking speed, and being replaced by regimes with unabashed hatred of Israel along with an open agenda to assist in the destruction of Israel.

We are watching the formation of radical regimes who will consolidate twice in this effort - first in a more regional series of battle(s) which were foretold by Psalm 83 and Isaiah 17, which in the opinion of many prophecy experts, will lead directly into the battle of Gog-MaGog (Ezekiel 38-39), which includes a wider grouping of nations such as Russia, Turkey and Iran.

Three final thoughts:

1. This is all coming together - that much is predictable. But the speed at which we are watching these events take place is amazing.

2. The Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas, Hezbollah, Iran, and all who are planning for Israel's destruction have no idea what awaits them.

3. We need to prepare to meet Jesus. That too is on the agenda of coming events, and it will happen suddenly and unexpectedly.


hartdawg said...

here is the $10,000,000 question: does psalm 83 occur BEFORE or AFTER the rapture? zeph 2:1-3 seems to imply the rapture and its not til later in the chapter that he references the psalm 83 battle. so what do you think?

DrNofog said...


About a year ago on the forum our postie friend Mitchell, in one of his protracted anti-PTR comments, gave this link about the pale horse of Revelation 6:8 actually being a green horse [Islam]:

In light of the current events sweeping thru the ME, there might just be something to it...

DrNofog said...


Were you trying to say: "Illegitimi non carborundum" here: here

Anonymous said...

Secular blog on revolutions in the EU neighbourhood [the very thing the ENP/ENP(I) was designed to mitigate]:

According to one unsubstantiated report, the U.S. and E.U. are discussing military intervention.

Expected Imminently said...



Not quite, it has more to do with the occupants of the plain!

Ssh I am pretending to be respectable.

Expected Imminently said...


Excuse me for agreeing with dear old Mitchell, but that has been my understanding also. ‘pale’ is ‘chlros’ a sickly, pale yellow green; not vibrant like the Islam colour. (As in Chlorophyll).


Anonymous said...

Scott >>>>

As I have said before, I am still
waiting for that job position to
be secretary
general. Once that happens, then
if the evidence of MABUS and 3 SEP
1971 lines up with Daniel 9 then I know.

We will see.

for any one who reads this...

2 Thessalonians 2

No revealing of AC ??

then NO rapture...

pure and simple


Sorry it has to be that way,
BUT that is Scripture....

Stephen in Hawaii !!!!

Expected Imminently said...

News at Ten ---I can hardly believe I heard it; the newscaster said “They are fighting, Egyptian against Egyptian”. There were men waving swords on pale horses and camels! Hearing gunfire – 1,500 injured, fires, anarchy … Dear Lord!

DrNofog said...


Sorry, but you lost me on both counts.

You mentioned to Scott the phrase "Don't let the... ...get you down...", but I thot that maybe you had mis-quoted it as carborundum has to do with "grind you down".

And "Macoronis" comes up lyrics in a silly Will Smith song?!? No clue!

And again, I have no clue about "...the occupants of the plain!"

But since you said "Ssh I am pretending to be respectable." I'll switch to the other MI5 frequency...

DrNofog said...

EI said...

"Excuse me for agreeing with dear old Mitchell..."

Sorry to badger you, EI, at this late hour, but I was hoping my tired old eyes didn't misconstrue what I was reading from you.

Didn't you mean disagreeing??

The KJV translators could not imagine any such thing as a "green" horse being the real meaning, so therefore they creatively decided that it meant "a sickly, pale yellow green", a "pale horse", rather than just a plain old "vibrant" green like "cloros" means!

I may not agree with everything on Raggio's site, but in light of current events, I think Islamic "green" is a contender for riding that horse into the dirt... oops, earth!

Expected Imminently said...


I’m chloros myself at present with Vertigo, so my head and vision are a mite ‘swimmy’, hence my oblique references.

I was agreeing with M that the pale horse was ‘green’; but the Greek ‘chloros’ was a ‘putrid or vomit’ green. NASV says ‘Ashen’, which has a green base note (hairdressing and artist days.)This horse represented ‘death’, an accurate colour shade from my experience.

That is only my opinion as I personally believe Ezek shows the power base of Islam rendered sterile just prior to the 7 years. Not enough Islamic power to warrant it’s own horse maybe?

Part 2 coming up...

Expected Imminently said...


I thought you meant mixing English words with Latin words as did Macaroni who was an “18th-century Britain, an affected, foppish young man who adopted the fashions, manners, and customs of the other countries he had visited”.
He pretended to be respectable and educated by making up phrases by combining English and Latin words. I think that may be called Macaronism. So the daft song ‘stuck a feather in his hat and called it Macaroni ‘may have alluded to this odd character? :)

The cities of the plain included Sodom and Gomorrah. At the time of Lot, the area was a fertile plain, so they must have had lots of ‘animals’ and, it would seem; many rather ‘dubious habits’. No doubt there would be many forms of ‘insects’.

I once heard Chuck Missler say he had a lot of trouble with termites. How he referred to them nearly choked me, until it dawned on me he didn’t mean what I thought he meant.

How am I doing? Can I put a feather in my cap – or not? :D

Expected Imminently said...

Hello Stephen
You have made a very common mistake. :)

2 Thess2:1-8
‘That day’
Read from vs. 1; the context is not the rapture but the tribulation.

God bless