Prophecy Sign: Perilous Times - Terrorism
But mark this: There will be terrible times in the last days. 2 Timothy 3:1 NIV
In that day they will roar over it like the roaring of the sea. And if one looks at the land, there is only darkness and distress; even the sun will be darkened by clouds. Isaiah NIV
Produced by war experts, it reveals where the murderous maniacs have hit – and also where their deadly attacks have been thwarted. But could Islamic State (ISIS) be plotting a bloody crucifix in the heart of
as a macabre symbol of their holy war? And does the terror group, as some
claim, hope to bring about the nightmarish coming of the Anti-Christ? Both
the Old Testament of the Bible and the Koran refer to an evil being appearing
at the end of the world – which ISIS believe is in the next few years.
According to the Institute for the Study of War (ISW), who produced the attack map,
ISIS will likely ramp up its
war on Europe – including .
What’s even more terrifying is that the leaders of the ruthless and psychotic
terror group seem to bent on bringing about the end of the world in a final
battle in Britain and the Rome . ISIS, also known as Daesh, fantasise about a
brutal and bloody end with an Armageddon involving jihadist and
"infidel" armies in the heart of Vatican
ISIS plotting 'to slaughter THOUSANDS'
in 2016 in bid to spark huge FINAL BATTLE with West ISIS is planning to massacre
thousands of civilians in public places around the world in 2016 as it
desperately seeks to draw the west into a titanic "final battle". The
sick terror group will activate hundreds of sleeper cells in "dozens of
countries" in an unprecedented bid to destabilise western governments and
spark a huge military retaliation in the Middle East. The
shock claim, from one of the world's leading authorities on the death cult,
comes amid fears of a New Year's Eve terror plot in London and
other major world cities.
Journalist Who Spent 10 Days With
Says There's Only 1 Army the Jihadis Fear
Although the Islamic State has its eyes set on becoming a global caliphate that spreads into Europe, a journalist who spent 10 days with the terrorists says there's just one country the militants are afraid of — Israel. German reporter Jürgen Todenhӧfer, a former member of the German parliament who spent 10 days last winter in IS-controlled Iraq and Syria interviewing a number of militants and made it out alive, told the British news site Jewish News that although IS militants are not afraid of the western military power of the United States or European countries, the group's fighters fear military capabilities of Israel. "The only country
fears is Israel,"
Todenhӧfer explained. "They told me they know the Israeli army is too
strong for them."