Drums of Big War Heard in Middle East


Isaiah 17:1 The burden of Damascus. Behold, Damascus is taken away from being a city, and it shall be a ruinous heap.

Commentary

I am watching the Middle East very closely. It appears that Saudi Arabia has no choice but war with Iran. With the fall of ISIS, the way is now clear for Iran to move its army into Syria which will threaten Israel, Jordan and Saudi Arabia. Iran is very aggressive throughout the region and the Saudis are backed into a corner.

If Iran moves it army into Syria or attacks Saudi Arabia, Israel will be forced to attack Iran which also means Hezbollah and Hamas. Israel can’t let Iran defeat Saudi Arabia. This war will drag Egypt into it.

No matter what keep you eyes fixed on the Lord Jesus coming for his bride!… read more

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Islam Civil War: Iran vs Saudi Arabia


Zechariah 12:6 In that day will I make the governors of Judah like an hearth of fire among the wood, and like a torch of fire in a sheaf; and they shall devour all the people round about, on the right hand and on the left: and Jerusalem shall be inhabited again in her own place, even in Jerusalem.

Commentary

This is an update about what is happening in the Middle East with Saudi Arabia and war with Iran. This is real serious because the Saudis eyes were opened to what Iran is going and it is encircling the Saudis to takeover. This is heading towards the all-out war between the Sunni Muslims and the Shiites. This is the first phase in God destroying Islam. The second stage is the winner of the this war will then unite the Muslims to move against Israel to kill all the Jews, destroy the nation, and take Jerusalem for its world caliphate. This will the utter destruction of Islam and many Islamic nations! It appears to be coming fast.

UPDATE: MIDDLE EAST WAR FROM ISRAEL
“Special From Israel: Middle East Update Nov. 11, 2017” Video) Amir is a great Israeli brother in the Lord Jesus. I was blessed by the information and his belief in the Rapture! I subscribed to his YouTube page.

MIDDLE EAST WAR: IRAN VS ISRAEL
“The Iran-Hamas-Hezbollah Connection”  This is a very good article about what is happening the Middle East.  Really good information is coming out about what is happening between Saudi Arabia and Iran. It really does look like war.

This will be an all-out war for the control of Islam. It will be between Shiite/Iran vs Sunni/Saudi Arabia. Previous wars between the Sunnis and Shiites were vicious and resulted in the slaughter of multitudes. I suspect this war will be same. I write about this war in my book, “As America Has Done to Israel”
The war appears to be right on top of us as Saudi Arabia is ready. In the end, the Muslims are coming against Israel to destroy the nation and take Jerusalem. This war is a step on the way to Jerusalem. At this point, the Holy God of Israel will break the back of Islam and put an end to this bloodthirsty, God hating religion…. read more

Of Pride and Man


By Hal Lindsey

The nations are in upheaval. As bad as the Middle East was ten years ago, it’s far worse today. Saudi Arabia recently shot down a missile headed for Riyadh. The missile was launched from Yemen, but the Saudis claim that the launch was an act of war committed by Lebanon. Sound confusing? It gets worse. The missile itself was Iranian. This is just one of many events that has placed that region on a short fuse. I can cite similar situations the world over.

Upheaval of nations is not new, but this time there are important distinctions. From a biblical perspective, the presence of the modern state of Israel changes the context in which we see all otherworld events. It is the mega-sign of the end times.

Today’s upheaval is also accompanied by a technological revolution of staggering proportions. Technological advances are having the effect of throwing gasoline on history’s already smoldering embers. Non-nation groups like the Houthis in Yemen and Hezbollah in Lebanon have sophisticated missile technology. And then there’s North Korea. Even though it’s one of the world’s poorest nations, it has a large nuclear weapons arsenal, as well as newly developed ICBMs…. read more

Special Middle East Current Events Update


Nov 10.jpgAmir’s special Middle East current events update on Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Iran, Emmanuel Macron, George Soros and more, Nov. 10, 2017.

Saudi-led warplanes strike defense ministry in Yemeni capital


The defense ministry building in Yemen’s capital, Sana’a has been targeted in at least two airstrikes by Saudi-led coalition warplanes, local media and eyewitnesses report. There are fears of civilian casualties as nearby buildings were also reportedly hit.

“There were two to three strikes on the Ministry of Defense,” local journalist Hassain Abukhaiti told RT, confirming that Saudi-led planes are targeting the Yemeni capital. He said there are reports that “one of the missiles hit a house” near the military building. “A family was living there,” the journalist said. “The house has been destroyed. It is very likely that the entire family was killed.”

Earlier AFP reported, citing eyewitnesses, that at least two airstrikes targeted the defense ministry building in the rebel-controlled areas of the Yemeni capital. Coalition aircraft still flew over Sana’a following the strikes, the witnesses added…. read more

Saudi Arabia Tells Its Citizens to Leave Lebanon Immediately


A poster of Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman with a phrase reading in Arabic, " God protect you" is seen on a highway in the northern Lebanese port city of Tripoli on November 9, 2017Saudi Arabia has warned its citizens against travelling to Lebanon and asked those who are in the country to leave as soon as possible, the kingdom’s official news agency quoted an official source in the Foreign Ministry as saying.

“Due to the circumstances in the Lebanese Republic, the kingdom asks its citizens who are visiting or residing” in the country to leave it as soon as possible, the source added.

The Foreign Ministry of Kuwait ordered its citizens to leave Lebanon immediately as well.

The announcements came the same day that Lebanon said it believes that Saudi Arabia is holding its Prime Minister Saad Hariri and plans to work with foreign states to secure his return to the country, a top Lebanese government official told Reuters on Thursday…. read more

Egypt: Middle East doesn’t need new complications involving Iran or Hezbollah


SISI.jpgEgyptian president vocalizes support for ally S. Arabia; Refers to Gulf security as “redline”; Sisi: We don’t need any new complications involving Iran or Hezbollah so we don’t add new challenges to the region, Nov. 9, 2017.

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi vocalized support for Saudi Arabia on Wednesday, warning against military action on Iran and calling for de-escalation of tensions.

Sisi addressed the recent tensions between Saudi Arabia with Iran and Hezbollah after Saudi Arabia intercepted a ballistic missile from Yemen directed at the country’s capital city, Riyadh, on Saturday night. The missile’s target was the King Khaled Airport. Saudi Arabia responded by closing all sea, land and airports to Yemen…. read more

US calls on United Nations to take action on Iran


HALEY.jpgUS calls on international community to hold Iran responsible for its violations; Haley: Iran providing weapons to Houthi rebels violates two UN resolutions simultaneously; S. Arabia accuses Iran, Houthi of violating UNSC resolution, Nov. 8, 2017.

The United States called on the United Nations to take action on Iran following a missile attack on Riyadh Saturday night.

United States Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, accused Iran of arming Houthi rebels in Yemen, relaying the United States’ stance on Iran’s violations of two UN Security Council Resolutions. She stated on Tuesday, “By [Iran] providing these types of weapons to the Houthi militias in Yemen, Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps is violating two UN resolutions simultaneously,” calling on the “United Nations and international partners to take necessary action to hold the Iranian regime accountable for these violations.”

Saudi Arabia continues to hold Iran, Lebanon and Hezbollah accountable, Saudi Arabia’s Minister for Gulf Affairs, Thamer al-Sabhan, announcing that the government of Lebanon would be “dealt with as a government declaring war on Saudi Arabia” on Monday…. read more