Additionally, if you were watching the events from Egypt in 2011, many of us felt that Mohamed ElBaradei would assume power in Egypt and if so, it would be the worst news possible for Israel. For a variety of reasons, that didn't work out during that period, and Egypt ended up electing Morsi. It looks like ElBaradei is back in the running and it also appears that some strong George Soros connections are in play.
The article below from The Blaze is worth reading in full as the prophetic implications could be significant - below are just a few quotes from this lengthy report:
Very importantly, we pointed out the close relationship ElBaradei has with liberal progressive billionaire financier George Soros in our cover story, “Family Ties: The Muslim Brotherhood and George Soros,” written by Tiffany Gabbay. The left-wing sugar daddy has some unnerving ties to the radical Islamist movement that is seeking to take over Egypt and the rest of the Middle East, implement Shariah law and establish a global caliphate.
When asked if he still believed in a Palestinian state that can coexist with Israel, ElBaradei was quick to invoke the familiar “return to the 1967 borders” narrative adopted by so many of Israel’s foes. For ElBaradei, in order for a two-state solution to materialize, “a government must come to power in Israel that respects the 1967 borders, that accepts that repression is no solution.”