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Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Israel livid over new Hamas headquarters in Turkey

Prophecy Sign:  The Gog/Magog alliance - Turkey

Turkey is no friend of Israel, and that shouldn't surprise the student of bible prophecy as Turkey will play a significant role in the last days, becoming part of the battle of Gog/Magog alliance of nations which will attempt to invade Israel.

I will turn you around, put hooks in your jaws and bring you out with your whole army—your horses, your horsemen fully armed, and a great horde with large and small shields, all of them brandishing their swords. Persia, Cush and Put will be with them, all with shields and helmets,  also Gomer with all its troops, and Beth Togarmah from the far north with all its troops—the many nations with you. Ezekiel 38:4-6 NIV

Israel livid over new Hamas headquarters in Turkey
Israel has recently appealed to NATO and demanded it take action against Turkey, after learning it has allowed Hamas to set up operational headquarters in Istanbul. Senior political sources in Jerusalem said Hamas has chosen to relocate its diplomatic and military headquarters from Damascus to Istanbul, over the civil war raging in Syria. Official communiqués sent from Jerusalem to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's office in Brussels, via several channels, said it was inconceivable that a member of the intergovernmental military alliance would maintain ties with a terrorist organization.

'IS' supply channels through Turkey
Every day, trucks laden with food, clothing, and other supplies cross the border from Turkey to Syria. It is unclear who is picking up the goods. The haulers believe most of the cargo is going to the "Islamic State" militia. Oil, weapons, and soldiers are also being smuggled over the border, and Kurdish volunteers are now patrolling the area in a bid to stem the supplies.

Erdogan hosts Putin to tighten Turkey-Russia alliance
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday holds talks in Ankara with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to tighten links which have survived potentially grave disputes over the Syria and Ukraine crises 

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