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Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Libya In Chaos As Islamists Take Control Of Its Capital

Prophecy Sign:  The Islamic Alliance - Kings of the South?

One thing is clear from the many last days prophecies that are laid out in the books of the Old Testament Prophets;  The nations of the Middle-East will rise up against Israel at the end of days. The reason for this conjunction emanate from a Satanically inspired ancient hatred that is now being manifest through radical Islam.  As the radicals take over much of North Africa and the Middle-East we can see the coming together of future prophetic fulfillment.  Libya falling to radical Islam will inspire ancient Put to fall in with the other Gog/Magog co-conspirators.  Sudan/Ethiopia, who make up much of ancient Cush, are already dealing with radicals at the controls of vast areas of those nations.  And Turkey, (Beth Togarmah), appears to be supporting the racial ISIS as it sweeps across the northern parts of the Middle-East.

There is also a prophecy from the book of Daniel which speaks of the King of the South who may be the leader of an Islamic coalition from North Africa that will  fight against Antichrist.

He will extend his power over many countries; Egypt will not escape.  He will gain control of the treasures of gold and silver and all the riches of Egypt, with the Libyans, (Put), and Cushites  in submission.  But reports from the east and the north will alarm him, and he will set out in a great rage to destroy and annihilate many. Daniel 11:42-44 NIV

Libya In Chaos As Islamists Take Control Of Its Capital 
As has been predicted by Shoebat.com for years which these days things are moving with lightening speed, the Islamist seized Libya’s capital, Tripoli including its airport, proclaimed their own government and presented the world with yet another similar crisis to ISIS. All this has major prophetic implications. The umbrella group for Islamist militias calling itself Al-Fajr (The Dawn) of Libya said it has also taken hold of other locations in the capital controlled by the rival militias, drawing to a close one chapter in a prolonged confrontation between the Islamist-allied militia, largely from the city of Misrata, and the powerful militia from the western mountains of Zintan. Operation Dawn is a coalition of Islamist and Misrata forces, captured the airport on Saturday in fierce fighting against pro-government militias after a five-week siege that battered parts of the capital.

Boko Haram declares 'Islamic state' in northern Nigeria
Militant group Boko Haram has said it has set up an Islamic state in the towns and villages it has seized in north-eastern Nigeria. Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau was speaking in a video released to congratulate his fighters for seizing the town of Gwoza earlier this month. It is not clear if Mr Shekau has pledged allegiance to Islamic State, which controls parts of Iraq and Syria. Nigeria's army has rejected the claim as "empty". Thousands of people have been killed, mostly in north-eastern Nigeria, since 2009 when Boko Haram began its insurgency.

Syria conflict: Islamic State seizes Tabqa airbase
Fighters from Islamic State (IS) have taken control of a key Syrian government airbase, activists say. The Tabqa airbase was the last remaining stronghold of Bashar al-Assad's government in Raqqa province. State TV confirmed that government forces had "evacuated" the airbase. Days of fighting there have reportedly killed hundreds on both sides. More than 191,000 people have now been killed in the three-year-old Syrian conflict up to April, the UN says.

Iraq crisis: Is Turkey's government supporting ISIS?
Ankara may deny helping ISIS, but the evidence for this is overwhelming. "As we have the longest border with Syria," writes Orhan Kemal Cengiz, a Turkish newspaper columnist, "Turkey's support was vital for the jihadists in getting in and out of the country." Indeed, the ISIS strongholds not coincidentally cluster close to Turkey's frontiers. Kurds, academic experts and the Syrian opposition agree that Syrians, Turks (estimated to number 3,000), and foreign fighters (especially Saudis but also a fair number of Westerners) have crossed the Turkish-Syrian border at will, often to join ISIS. What Turkish journalist Kadri Gursel calls a "two-way jihadist highway," has no bothersome border checks and sometimes involves the active assistance of Turkish intelligence services. CNN even broadcast a video on "The secret jihadi smuggling route through Turkey."

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