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Friday, March 27, 2015

Saudi deploys 100 fighter jets, 150,000 soldiers for anti-Houthi campaign

Prophecy Sign:  The coming Middle-East war(s)

Sunni Islam, (sponsored by Saudi Arabia), and Shiia Islam, (sponsored by Iran), simply do not get along and have been fighting for generations.  Once again the two sides are marshaling forces against each other in the nation of Yemen.  How all this will play out and just what it means from a biblical prophecy prospective, we will leave noted scholar, Avi Lipkin, to explain for us, (video below).

Saudi Arabia And Nineteen Other Muslims Nations Are Making Full Out War Against Yemen To Protect Mecca From Iranian Invasion
Saudi Arabia and 19 other Muslim nations have made all out war against Yemen in order stop Iran’s expansion towards Mecca, which it is doing through the force of the Houthi Shiite power. 

Saudi deploys 100 fighter jets, 150,000 soldiers for anti-Houthi campaign
Saudi Arabia deployed 100 fighter jets, 150,000 soldiers and other navy units on Thursday, after it launched its operation against the Houthi rebels in Yemen, Al Arabiya News Channel reported. The Saudi aerial deployment enabled the Royal Saudi Air Force to take control of Yemen’s airspace early Thursday. Reports also emerged that top Houthi leadership Abdulkhaliq al-Houthi, Yousuf al-Madani, and Yousuf al-Fishi were killed, and head of the Revolutionary Committee for the Houthis, Mohammed Ali al-Hothi, was wounded. Saudi allies including its Gulf counterparts - except Oman - also showcased their military power to curb the Iranian-backed Houthi rebels from reaching Aden to dislodge Yemeni President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi, who remained in the southern city. 

Saudi Arabia launches airstrikes against Yemen rebels

With Yemen in turmoil, Egypt sends warships to secure Gulf of Aden
Egypt and Sudan on Thursday pledged support for the Saudi-led strikes on Iran's Yemen allies the Houthis, even as four Egyptian naval vessels crossed the Suez Canal en route to Yemen to secure the Gulf of Aden. Maritime sources at the Suez Canal confirmed the vessels' route, saying they expected them to reach the Red Sea by Thursday evening. Sudan's Defense Minister Abdel Raheem Mohammed Hussein told reporters on Thursday that his country would take part "with air and ground troops in the Decisive Storm operations" against the Houthi rebels, saying Sudanese forces had begun "mechanical movements" towards the area of operations.

Iran demands immediate halt to Saudi airstrikes in Yemen
Iran demanded an immediate halt to Saudi-led military operations in Yemen on Thursday and said it would make all necessary efforts to control the crisis there, Iranian news agencies reported. Warplanes from Saudi Arabia and Arab allies on Thursday struck Iran-allied Houthi forces fighting to oust the country's Western-backed president. Saudi-owned al-Arabiya TV reported a ground offensive with troops from other Muslim states was being prepared.

Iran Comes to the Israeli Border

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