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Antichrist Will Rule the Known World at the Time Revelation was Written!

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

The Antichrist Will Govern THE Known World Of Revelation!

Parliament: Syrian President should govern whole World,

Speech Bashar Asasad Delivered To Syrian Parliament,

‘Spontaneous’ interruptions from adoring Legislators.

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Bashar’s interminable, seemingly rambling Oratory,

And an absence of specific reform Commitments,

But shifting revolt blame to Foreign Conspiracy,

So ‘God, Syria and Bashar only’ they Chanted,

Our souls – our blood – we sacrifice for You!

Crying: the Arab world is too small for You,

President should govern the Whole World

As Known When Revelation Was Written

See Archive Prophecy Updates 77to77C

And See why I believe this is the Case!

March 31, 2011


The same cries of the Syrian Parliament will also be showered on his successor, who I believe is likely to be the Antichrist. Antichrist will eventually rule as the Caliph over an Islamic World Caliphate larger than the Omayyad Caliphate of 750 AD. I do not believe the Old and New Testaments always refer to the world as we know it today, but to the world as it was known when they was written.

Begin Excerpt from the Jerusalem Post

Analysis: Assad the intimidator


03/30/2011 17:02

We’re reforming all the time, smiled Syria’s tyrant. So anyone demanding more must be an enemy. And we all know how our enemies are treated.

It’s easy to scoff about the speech Bashar Assad delivered to

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An interminable, seemingly rambling oratory. The absence of specific commitments to reform. The risible conspiracy theorizing.

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The “spontaneous” interruptions from adoring legislators: “God, Syria and Bashar only,” they chanted. “Our souls, our blood, we sacrifice for you.” And my particular favorite, “The Arab world is too small for you; you should govern the whole world, Mr

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Locals in the capital, according to some of the Western journalists reporting from Damascus, weren’t too impressed either. People had gathered in cafes to watch, and the speech was broadcast over loudspeakers, noted a France 24 correspondent, but they quickly returned to their normal business.

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Assad didn’t promise anything, he didn’t say anything concrete, this reporter almost wailed.

Aah, but he did. Nothing binding about rescinding emergency laws or opening up the political process – nothing, that is, that would justify Hillary Clinton’s extraordinary CBS Face the Nation utterance on Sunday: “There is a different leader in Syria now. Many of the members of Congress of both parties who have gone to Syria in recent months have said they believe he’s a reformer.”

But there was meat in the message there, nonetheless — a ruthless rationale amid the rambling. For Syria’s dictator, whose dutiful armed personnel have gunned down dozens of his people in the last few days, drew a very clear line between protesters and loyal Syrians.

Protesters in other Arab nations were pushing positive demands for change, and meeting the aspirations of the masses was a good thing, he said. But no one in his Syria had the slightest need to protest, since he was already working tirelessly to meet the needs of the people. “Whoever wants reform, we are here,” he said paternally, eminently reasonable. “ Refor

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There are no real hurdles to it.”

Thus it could only be enemies and plotters and conspirators and outside forces who were fostering the unrest of recent days. And he made plain that he, his security establishment and all good Syrians would stand tall and “unite” against such toxic forces, against the “big plot,” the “conspiracy.”

Almost three decades after the event,

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the savagery with which his father Hafez quashed a potential Islamic uprising, by sending the military to bomb and shell and gun down thousands upon thousands of people at Hama in February 1982, still stands as a terrifying deterrent to any Syrian contemplating taking their dissatisfaction with the dictatorship into the streets. Those killings stand as the deadliest single action by an Arab leader against his own people in the modern history of our region.

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It remains dangerous for Syrians to so much as put words like “Hama” and “massacre” into the same sentence.

What Bashar Assad did on Wednesday, with his talk of unity and standing tall and prevailing over devious enemies, was to link himself to his father’s brutal legacy.

He most certainly did not make concessions.

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He had seen all too clearly where a public willingness to nervously concede to demands for reform had gotten the likes of Tunisia’s Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali and Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak. Assad wasn’t going down that route.

No, this was Assad the smiling tiger, vowing to retain his primacy. This was Assad, self-confident to the point of smug laughing off – ¬ with that curious high-pitched giggle of his ¬ – the “lies” being peddled about Syria on hostile satellite TV stations. This was Assad telling those of his people who may have fancied that they smelled Mubarak-style weakness, who may have thought they could try their luck, that they have misjudged the moment. This was Assad, iron fist in velvet glove, telling those who had come out onto the streets that they had been “duped” by Syria’s fiendish enemies, and that while he was magnanimous enough to forgive them for what they had done thus far, he would not be so tolerant again.

And this was Assad, most importantly, relishing the simple fact that, whereas the armed forces in Tunisia and Egypt chose not to open fire to put down the people’s protests, there is no daylight between him and his troops.

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Word is that further protests are being planned for Friday. We will see then whether Syria’s opposition got the message he delivered on Wednesday, and whether that message fulfilled its intimidatory purpose.

Begin Excerpts from Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs/Daily Alert

Excerpt 1 – Huffington Post

Syria: The Sectarian Genie Is Out of the Bottle

Josef Olmert

Syrian President Assad’s Alawi community, numbering about 15% of the population, is dominant due to its over-representation in the armed forces and the Ba’ath Party. This was the result of developments starting with the French Mandatory regime in Syria, which favored the non-Sunni minorities and encouraged their enlistment in the armed forces. A British consular report from the 1870s about Syria stated, “they hate each other….Sunnis boycott the Shi’ites…both resent the Druze…all despise the Alawis.”

The greatest Syrian Sunni scholar, Ibn Tayimiyya, issued a ruling in the early 14th century forbidding his followers from marrying Alawis as they were worse infidels than the Jews and Christians. Opposition sources in Syria keep referring to the support that Assad receives from Iran and Hizbullah, trying to prove the non-Sunni character of the regime. The writer is adjunct professor at American University’s School of International Service. (Huffington Post)

Excerpt 2 – Washington Post

Can Syria’s Dictator Reform

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Editorial (Washington Post)

Many of the members of Congress of both parties who have gone to Syria in recent months have said they believe he’s a reformer.” Thus did Secretary of State Hillary Clinton respond to a question on Sunday about Bashar al-Assad, the latest Arab dictator to respond with fusillades to calls by his people for democratic change.

Clinton was only reflecting a piece of wishful thinking to which the Obama administration and its congressional allies have tenaciously clung: that Mr. Assad, despite his brutality, sponsorship of terrorism and close alliance with Iran, can somehow be turned into a Western ally.

We don’t believe that Mr. Assad could deliver on promises of reform even if he wished to. His minority Alawite sect would quickly lose power in a more democratic system. Most likely the dictator is seeking to deflect the demands for change with a mixture of violence and false promises.

If that proves to be the case, the Obama administration and others who have reached out to Mr. Assad should be ready to respond – by siding decisively with those in Syria seeking genuine change.

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Excerpt 3 – Boston Globe

U.S. Should Encourage the Syrian Uprising

Jeff Jacoby

If the U.S. has good reason to support the popular revolt in Libya, it has considerably more reason to do so in Syria.

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Though Bashar Assad’s brutality has not yet exceeded that of his father – in 1982 Hafez al-Assad annihilated some 25,000 civilians in the city of Hama, then literally paved over their remains – his own reign has nevertheless been a horror show of repression, torture, assassination, disappearances, and the near-total denial of civil and political liberties.

Assad is no reformer. He is a totalitarian criminal and an enemy of the U.S., and his downfall should be

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an explicit American aim. In his remarks on Libya the other night, the president promised that “wherever people long to be free, they will find a friend in the United States.” At a moment like this, the Obama administration should be taking every reasonable step to encourage the Syrian uprising and undermine the regime.

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(Boston Globe)

Excerpt 4 – AP-Washington Post

Israel, Grateful for Border Quiet, Not Cheering for Demise of Assad

Many in Israel view the current unrest convulsing Syria with a wary eye, fearful that a collapse of Bashar Assad’ s regime might imperil decade

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s of quiet along the shared border. Privately, officials note that Syria has been careful for decades to avoid direct violence, while fighting proxy wars by backing anti-Israel groups like Hamas in Gaza and Hizbullah in Lebanon. “That has been the working assumption in Israel for years: Better the devil you know than the devil you don’t,” said Eyal Zisser, director of the Middle East Studies department at Tel Aviv University. “(Syria) scrupulously maintained the quiet. And who knows what will happen now – Islamic terror, al-Qaeda, chaos?” (AP-Washington Post)

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A Coup or Presidential Assassination Will Replace Assad Prior to 2015!

Wednesday, March 30th, 2011

A Coup or Presidential Assassination shall Replace Assad Prior to 2015!

Assad Houses More Terrorist Groups in Syria than Carter Has Liver Pills

And will be replaced by actions taken by one or more of them by 2015!

March 30, 2011

Begin Excerpt from Wikipedia

Syrian Ba’ath Party Since 1966

On 23 February 1966, a bloody coup d’état led by left-wing extremists, a radical Ba’athist faction headed by Chief of Staff Salah Jadid, overthrew the Syrian Government.

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A late warning telegram of the coup d’état was sent from President Gamal Abdel Nasser to Nasim Al Safarjalani (The General Secretary of Presidential Council), on the early morning of the coup d’état. The coup sprung out of factional rivalry between Jadid’s “regionalist” (qutri) camp of the Ba’ath Party, which promoted ambitions for a Greater Syria and the more traditionally pan-Arab, in power faction, called the “nationalist” (qawmi) faction. Jadid’s supporters were also seen as more radically left-wing. Several Ba’ath leaders were sentenced to death in absentia by a special military court headed by later Syrian Defence Minister, Mustafa Tlass, and Interim Syrian President and Vice President of Syria Abdul Halim Khaddam, as prosecutor. Many managed to make their escape and flee to Beirut. The Ba’ath wing led by Salah Jadid took power, and set the party out on a more radical line. Although they had not been supporters of the victorious far-left line at the Sixth Party Congress, they had now moved to adopt its positions and displaced the more moderate wing in power, purging from the party its original founders, Aflaq and al-Bitar.

The Syrian Ba’ath and the Iraqi Ba’ath were by now two separate parties, each maintaining that it was the genuine party and electing a National Command to take charge of the party across the Arab world. However, in Syria, the Regional Command was the real centre of party power, and the membership of the National Command was a largely honorary position, often the destination of figures being eased out of the leadership.

At this juncture, the Syrian Ba’ath party split into two factions: the ‘progressive’ faction, led by President and Regional Secretary Nureddin al-Atassi gave priority to the radical Marxist-influenced line the Ba’ath was pursuing, but was closely linked to the security forces of Deputy Secretary Salah Jadid, the country’s strongman from 1966.

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This faction was strongly preoccupied with what it termed the “Socialist transformation” in Syria, ordering large-scale nationalization of economic assets and agrarian reform. It favored an equally radical approach in external affairs, and condemned “reactionary” Arab regimes while preaching “people’s war” against Israel; this led to Syria’s virtual isolation even within the Arab world. The other faction, which came to dominate the armed forces, was headed by Defense Minister Hafez al-Assad. He took a more pragmatic political line, viewing reconciliation with the conservative Arab states, notably Egypt and Saudi Arabia, as essential for Syria’s strategic position regardless of their political color.

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He also called for reversing some of the socialist economic measures and for allowing a limited role for non-Ba’athist political parties in state and society.

In early January 1965 the Syrian Ba’ath Party nationalized about a hundred companies, “many of them mere workshops, employing in all some 12,000 workers.” Conservative Damascus merchants closing their shops and “with the help of Muslim preachers, called out the populace” to protest against the expropriation. The regime fought back with the Ba’ath Party National Guard and “newly formed Workers’ Militia.” In retaliation for the uprising the state assumed new powers to appoint and dismiss Sunni Muslim Friday prayer-leaders and took over the administration of religious foundations (awqaf), “the main source of funds of the Muslim establishment.” [6]

Despite constant maneuvering and government changes, the two factions remained in an uneasy coalition of power. After the 1967 Six-Day War, tensions increased, and Assad’s faction strengthened its hold on the military; from late 1968, it began dismantling Salah Jadid’s support networks, facing ineffectual resistance from the civilian branch

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This duality of power persisted until November 1970, when, in another coup, Assad succeeded in ousting Atassi as prime minister and imprisoned both him

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He then set upon a project of rapid institution-building, reopening parliament and adopting a permanent constitution for the country, which had been ruled by military fiat or provisional constitutional documents since 1963. The Ba’ath Party was turned into a patronage network closely intertwined with the bureaucracy, and soon became virtually indistinguishable from the state, while membership numbers were increased to well over one million (reflecting both a conscious desire to turn the previous vanguard party into a regime-supporting mass organization, and the fact that party membership was now vital to advancement in many sectors). The party simultaneously lost its independence from the state, and was turned into a tool of the Assad regime, which remained based essentially in the security forces. Other socialist parties that accepted the basic orientation of the regime were permitted to operate again, and in 1972 the National Progressive Front was established as a coalition of these legal parties; however, they were only permitted to act as junior partners to the Ba’ ath, with very little room for independent organization.

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Hafez al-Assad, one of the longest-ruling leaders of the modern Arab world, remained as president of Syria until his death in 2000, when his son Bashar al Assad succeeded him as President and as Regional and National Secretary of the party. Since then, the party has experienced an important generational shift, and a discreet ideological reorientation decreasing the emphasis on socialist planning in the economy, but no significant changes have taken place in its relation to the state and state power. It remains essentially a patronage and supervisory tool of the regime elite.

The Ba’ath today holds 134 of the 250 seats in the Syrian Parliament, a figure which is dictated by election regulations rather than by voting patterns, and the Syrian Constitution stipulates that it is “the leading party of society and state”, granting it a legally enforced monopoly on real political power.

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Through its Damascus-based National Command, the Syrian Ba’th Party has branches in Lebanon, Yemen, Egypt, Sudan, Iraq (currently split into two factions),[citation needed] etc., although none of the non-Syrian branches have any major strength. Among the Palestinians, as-Sa’iqa, a member organization of the Palestine Liberation Organisation, is the Syrian Ba’ath party branch.



July 16, 2003

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The Syrian and Iraqi Baath Parties have a long and consistent history of hating each other, but the Syrian government action in letting many of the Iraqi Baath Party flee into Syria during Operation Iraqi Freedom, has caused the U.S. to consider the Syrian party as wearing hats just as black as the Iraqi party. However, by comparison, the Syrian party has snow-white headgear. And, as I reported in Prophecy Update 128C, the Syrian government, in response to American pressure in the aftermath of the Iraqi conflict, asked the ten hard-line Palestinian terrorist groups, whose office headquarters are in Damascus, to close their office doors for a while.

The offices of Hamas are not atypical to the other nine terrorist groups. The iron gate that guards the Hamas office is locked tighter than a drum, just like the U.S. requested. But rest assured that all ten groups are still alive and well, and working actively behind the scene across Syria. I am hoping this is all part of a “behind closed doors” decision by Syria and Iran to influence the terrorist groups to pursue a false peace strategy with Israel, which is designed to lull Israel into a false sense of security.

Bashar Assad, the Syrian President, has been coordinating with Iran and Lebanon for the purpose of creating a better image in the sight of the United States, which will reflect the three countries willingness to have better relations. According to a recent Washington Post article, Syria has been shopping for a public relations firm in the U.S. to handle the rebuilding of its international image, and the Syrian Baath Party is launching a campaign to persuade the Americans it is not the same as the Iraqi Baath Party.

The Baath Party is an Arab political party that advocates formation of a single large Arab socialist state. It was founded in Damascus by Michel Aflag and Salah al-Din al-Bitar in 1943. In 1953, while I was in the Holy Land, it merged with the Syrian Socialist Party to form what is known as the Arab Socialist Baath Party. It gained control of Syria in 1963, and of Iraq in 1968 after a series of coups. The party also has branches spread across the other Middle East countries.

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The Baath Party may eventually be the uniting catalyst among the ten Islamic nations that attack Israel.

There is another party outlawed in Lebanon, which Bashar Assad let meet in Damascus for the first time in many years in August, 2001. It was organized in 1932 in Lebanon, and may be worth watching in the future. It is the Syrian Social Nationalist Party, and it advocates that the bonders of Syria be expanded to encompass Lebanon, Jordan, Israel, Jordan, Iraq, Kuwait, and Cypress.

The fact that both the controlling Baath Party, and the other smaller parties all advocate an expanded Syria, could well blend with Daniel and John’s ten nation expansion, and the plucking up of the kingdoms of the three horns during the last 3 and ½ years before Armageddon.

Daniel 7:8,24,25 – I considered the horns, and, behold, there came up among them another little horn, before whom there were three of the first horns plucked up by the roots: and, behold, in this horn were eyes like the eyes of man, and a mouth speaking great things. [24] And the ten horns out of this kingdom are ten kings that shall arise: and another shall rise after them; and he shall be diverse from the first, and he shall subdue three kings. [25] And he shall speak great words against the most High, and shall wear out the saints of the most High, and think to change times and laws: and they shall be given into his hand until a time and times and the dividing of time.

Revelation 17:12,13 – And the ten horns which thou sawest are ten kings, which have received no kingdom as yet; but receive power as kings one hour with the beast.

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[13] These have one mind, and shall give their power and strength unto the beast.



July 15, 2003

Golan Heights Back in the False Peace Pie

In order to assure the success of a surprise lightning Jihad attack against Israel from the north, it would be most advantageous for a large part of the Golan Heights to be returned to Syrian control. It was taken from the Syrians by Israel in the 1967 War. Its high levels give a distinct advantage to Israel in that it provides it with a magnificent view of all enemy troop movements along its northern border in southern Lebanon and western Syria. It gives a clear view of the major tank trails that would be used by enemy tanks coming south against Israel. The two countries were close to an agreement on Israeli withdrawal in 2000, but the talks broke down when Syria demanded a portion of the shoreline of the Sea of Galilee in its southeastern corner, which it controlled prior to the 1967 war.

Syria has now stated that is it ready to resume peace talks with Israel on the return of the Golan Heights for its recognition of Israel as a nation. The T ishrin Daily, which reflects Syrian government views, said last week that talks should pick up where they left off three years ago, which

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The paper stated: “it is not permissible that peace negotiations return to a zero point and cancels all that was achieved and had required strenuous efforts.”

Last week Syrian President Bashar Assad asked Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to help ease tensions between the U.S. and Syria. And Mubarak pressed Assad to get the ten hard-line Palestinian terrorist organizations, whose headquarters are in Damascus, to cooperate in the continuation of the latest ceasefire in Israel.

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Pro-Reform Bashar Assad Band Aid Will Not Stay On Until 2015!

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011




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Begin 2006 Blog

Bashar Assad Made the Wrong Choice Two Years Ago!

January 21, 2006

The last two BLOGS have been about the two day “terror summit” just finished in Damascus between the Syrian and Iranian Presidents. The die was cast for this summit almost two years ago.

Bashar Assad made the Wrong Choice Two Years ago as we reported in Special Prophecy Update Number 161C, titled, “Syria Makes a Very Bad Choice!” During the Iranian President Ahmadinejad’s Thursday and Friday visit to Syria, he and Syrian President Bashar Assad formed a “front” to oppose what Ahmadinejad identified as world “arrogance and domination.” Once Assad made his choice two years ago I knew it was all over – there would be no second chance. He is now up a creek and Iran is not a trustworthy paddle. He made his choice on February 28, 2004 to cast his lot with Iran rather than with the United States. The following excerpts are from Special Prophecy Number 161C.

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March 5, 2004

Syria Makes a Very Bad Choice

I have always believed and taught that the most likely part of the old Roman Empire, which would foster the rise of the Antichrist, would be Syria. Syria has been hanging suspended between two choices: (1) Turn toward the United States in order to avoid sanctions, and to gain support from the western world in a war on terror, or, (2) Turn toward Iran to make an alliance and continue to give support to all the terrorist groups. On February 28 Syria apparently made its choice.

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The Iranian Defense Minister, Admiral Ali Shamkhani, came to Damascus and signed a new military pact with the Syrian Defense Minister, General Mustufa Tias. I believe this is a clear sign that President Assad has made his choice to put his trust in an Iran-Syria Axis to protect his administration from a coup by terrorist groups in his own country. President Assad has been active recently in communications with Washington to see what they would give him in the way of security if he should choose to give up sponsoring the many terrorist group offices in Syria, and Hizbollah in Lebanon. Really, he did not have much of a choice. Had he turned pro-west and resisted the terrorist groups, his regime would have been overthrown in a matter of weeks. Syria’s new military pact with Iran likely contains an Iranian promise to invest in additional long range Scud-C missiles, now in mass production at Syria’s underground missile facility near Hamah.

The United States and Europe wanted Syria to follow Libya’s lead, but Bashar Assad was really in no political position to do so without being overthrown by the terrorist elements in his own country. There were four things the United States wanted Syria to give up.

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(2) Scrap your WMD program.
(3) Drive all the terrorist groups out of Syria.
(4) Stop supporting Hizbollah in Lebanon.

I feel confident it was a choice Bashar Assad simply could not make. Iran and Syria are of the same mind on these four issues. Had Syria chosen to do those four things, it would have cut Iran’s flow of weaponry and the movement of terrorists to Hizbollah. Syria was left without any military backup with the fall of Iraq, so Assad has chosen to shore up and expand its existing ties with Iran, and create new military ties with them for a joint defense against the west.

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The strong showing by the radical Shiite hardliners in Iran’s elections last month was a strong element that Assad considered in making his choice. Iranian Shiites will continue to have a direct pipeline via Damascus airport for massive shipments of military hardware to the large Hizbollah terrorist army, which it has supported in southern Lebanon for years, as have the Syrians.


During Ahmadinejad’s visit Syria expressed support for Iran’s nuclear right to have nuclear weapons.

Syria and Iran also demanded a timetable for the withdrawal of foreign occupation forces from Iraq.

Begin January 20, 2006 Blog

The Rising Voice of the Islamic Movement in Syria!

Friday, January 20th, 2006

The Rising Voice of the Islamist Movement in Syria!

January 21, 2006

President Bashar Assad’s two recent quick trips to Saudi Arabia and Egypt to garner support for his Syrian regime, where he apparently did not receive the support he had hoped for, were followed by the arrival of the radical Iranian extremist President in Damascus, from whom he probably received assurances of political, economic, and some military support. The shift from a secular government in Syria to a religious one is occurring, but at the present it is very gradual. However, when the regime of Assad does eventually fall, it will accelerate.

While the radical Iranian President Ahmededijad was in Syria he met with the Heads of 10 Palestinian terrorist groups, among them Hamas and Islamic Jihad. As I indicated in the previous Blog, the Islamic Jihad sent the suicide bomber that detonated himself in Tel Aviv on Thursday, perhaps as a welcoming present to Ahmededijad.

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The latter portion of an article from BBC News by Kim Ghattas speaks of the rising voice of Islam in Syria. It will be interesting to see how much power Islam can gain in Syria as changes in the government arise, and how close it will align with any ruler that replaces Bashar Assad.

The Kim Ghattas BBC article was titled “Syrians Ponder Country’s Future.” The latter portion dealt with the rising voice of Islam in Syria. I am including the last 10 paragraphs, which follow.


January 19, 2006

“During this time of transition for Syria, one voice is rising above all the others.

For decades, the Syrian government ruthlessly crushed Islamist movements.

But today, let down by the state, unemployed, increasingly poor and living in a country under intense international pressure, many Syrians feel religion is the answer.

“When you have a good relation with Allah you will feel very comfortable. I am not afraid of the future.

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Allah helps us at this time of pressure,” Layla Sharaf al-Din says, as she helps young girls memorise the Koran in a Damascus mosque.


While the move towards religion is widespread across the region, in Syria it is a phenomenon to be watched closely.

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A growing number of people are going to the mosque, more and more women wear the veil, and the conservative Islamic dress that has women completely covered – including their faces and hands – is also spreading in certain circles.

It is all a sign that things are in changing in a country that is meant to be socialist and secular.

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The various segments of this very diverse society are now all looking ahead, wondering how they will fit into Syria’s future.

While the ruling elite worries about losing out if change does occur, the secular opposition and the conservative Muslims are hoping to be the beneficiaries of that change.

Meanwhile, President Assad is working hard to weather the storm and stay on top.”


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Suicide Bombing in Tel Aviv During Terror Summit in Damascus!

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Friday, January 20th, 2006

Suicide Bombing in Tev Aviv During Terror Summit in Damascus!

January 20, 2006

While the Iranian and Syrian duo of the “Axis of Terror” were meeting in Syria the Islamic Jihad, funded by the two nations, sent their terror suicide bomber into Tel Aviv to detonate himself in a fast food shop. Do you think the timing might be coincidental with the Damascus terror summit, which was held between the charismatic Islamic President of Iran and the embattled Syrian President?

Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz certainly thought so, accusing Iran of funding the suicide bombing, which was ordered by the Islamic Jihad headquarters in Damascus, and carried out by one of its cells in Nablus.

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In an article by Amon Regular and Amos Harel in Haaretz , Mofaz said the defense establishment has ‘decisive proof that the attack was a direct result of the Axis of Terror that operates between Syria and Iran.’ He went on to say, ‘Iran supplied the money and Islamic Jihad’s headquarters in Damascus directed the organization’s operatives in Nablus, giving operational orders and instructions.’

According to Haaretz New Correspondents Regular and Harel, ‘Israel has already given details of the intelligence behind Mofaz’s statements to the United States, the European Union and Egypt.’

Mofaz labeled the meeting between Iranian President Ahmadinejad and Syrian President Assad as ‘the terror summit.’ Following the meeting they issued a joint statement reiterating their support for Palestinian terror.

The statement read as follows: ‘Continuing the resistance is the only way to restore the legitimate rights of the Palestinian nation and put an end to the occupation of holy Islamic lands.’

The bomber blew himself up near the old central bus station in southern Tel Aviv at around 3:45 P.M. on Thursday. He was the only person killed in the explosion.

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Do you really believe the terror summit meeting and the timing of the terror attack just happened to align with the Iranian President’s meeting with the President of Syria?

President Assad recently ran to two moderate Arab leaders of Saudi Arabia and Egypt to seek support against the onslaught of international pressure for his part in the assassination of the former Lebanese Prime Minister, but found little support from them. Now he has turned to the Islamic extremists in Iran, which will likely lead to much greater Islamic control when his government falls.

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Begin March 29, 2011 Excerpt from Reuters via THE JERUSALEM POST

Syrian government resigns in attempt to appease protesters


03/29/2011 14:53

State TV reports Assad accepts cabinet’s resignation; pro-government rallies held in capital, throughout country following a week of deadly pro-reform protests.

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DAMASCUS – Syrian President Bashar al-Assad accepted the resignation of the government on Tuesday, Syrian state television said.

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“President Assad accepts the government’s resignation,” an announcement on state television said.

Assad was expected to address the nation later on Tuesday or Wednesday in a speech which may include a decision to abolish emergency laws, after two weeks of democracy protests gripped the country.

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Unrest shatters illusions of Assad regime’s stability

Syrian forces open fire to disperse Deraa protest

Earlier, tens of thousands of Syrians held pro-government rallies as Assad was expected to address the nation after two weeks of democracy protests in which at least 60 people have been killed.

Assad, who has been facing the gravest challenge to his 11-year rule after protests in the South spread to many parts of the country, could announce a lifting of Syria’s decades-old emergency laws.

Protesters at first had restricted their demands to more freedom, but incensed by security forces’ crackdown on them, especially in Deraa where protests first erupted, they have been calling for the “downfall of the regime”.

Syrian state television showed people in the Syrian capital Damascus, Aleppo and Hasaka, waving pictures of Assad and chanting “God, Syria, Bashar”.

“Breaking News: the conspiracy has failed” declared one banner, echoing government accusations that foreign elements and armed gangs were behind the unrest.

“With our blood and our souls we protect our national unity,” another said.

Employees and members of unions controlled by Assad’s Baath Party, which has been in power for nearly 50 years, said they had been ordered to attend the rallies, where there was a heavy presence of security police.

All gatherings and demonstrations are banned in Syria, other than those sponsored by the government.

Syrian Vice President Farouq al-Shara said on Monday the 45-year-old president would give a speech in the next 48 hours that would “assure the people”.

Presidential adviser Bouthaina Shaaban has said Assad had taken the decision to lift emergency law, but gave no timetable. Arab media reports said Assad was likely to sack the current cabinet.

Emboldened protesters

However Syrian officials, rights activists and diplomats doubt Assad, who oversaw the crushing of a violent uprising against Kurds in the north in 2004, would completely abolish emergency laws without replacing them with similar legislation.

Emergency laws have been used since 1963 to stifle political opposition, justify arbitrary arrest and give free rein to a pervasive security apparatus.

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Protesters want political prisoners freed, and to know the fate of tens of thousands who disappeared in the 1980s.

Last week Assad made a pledge to study ending emergency law, consider drafting laws on greater political and media freedom, and raise living standards, but increasingly emboldened protesters have not been mollified.

In Deraa, a southern city that has been a flashpoint of the protests, demonstrators destroyed a statue of Assad’s father late President Hafez al-Assad, remembered for his intolerance of dissent. In 1982 he sent in troops to quell an armed uprising by the Muslim Brotherhood, killing thousands and razing part of the conservative city of Hama to the ground.

Even Hama has seen protests and Assad deployed the army in the main port city of Latakia, scene of clashes in which officials said at least 12 people had been killed last week.

Assad’s crackdown on protests the likes of which would have been unthinkable two months ago in this tightly-controlled country has drawn international condemnation and pressure to speed up political reforms.

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Daniel 12:1 – And at that time shall Michael stand up, the great prince which standeth for the children of thy people: and there shall be a time of trouble, such as never was since there was a nation even to that same time: and at that time thy people shall be delivered, every one that shall be found written in the book.

Revelation 16:16-19 – And he gathered them together into a place called in the Hebrew tongue Armageddon. [17] And the seventh angel poured out his vial into the air; and there came a great voice out of the temple of heaven, from the throne, saying, It is done. [18] And there were voices, and thunders, and lightnings; and there was a great earthquake, such as was not since men were upon the earth, so mighty an earthquake, and so great. [19] And the great city was divided into three parts, and the cities of the nations fell: and great Babylon came in remembrance before God, to give unto her the cup of the wine of the fierceness of his wrath.

Malachi 4:1-3 – For, behold, the day cometh, that shall burn as an oven; and all the proud, yea, and all that do wickedly, shall be stubble: and the day that cometh shall burn them up, saith the Lord of hosts, that it shall leave them neither root nor branch. [2] But unto you that fear my name shall the Sun of righteousness arise with healing in his wings; and ye shall go forth, and grow up as calves of the stall. [3] And ye shall tread down the wicked; for they shall be ashes under the soles of your feet in the day that I shall do this, saith the Lord of hosts.

Zechaiah 14:9 – And the Lord shall be king over all the earth: in that day shall there be one Lord, and his name one.

Begin Excerpt from Ha’aretz

Assad’s fall could deliver Lebanon to Iran and Hezbollah

Washington, Israel, Turkey and Iran all have great reasons to want Assad to remain at the helm

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– he’s seen as a safety valve against an attack by Hezbollah on Israel or against its physical takeover of Lebanon.

Israel News

By Zvi Bat’el

March 28, 2011

There’s one voice suddenly missing in all the tumult surrounding the Syrian protests – that of Hassan Nasrallah.

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The man who encouraged the “Arab people” to rebel against their corrupt leaders and wished them success, the man who gloated when his enemy Mubarak – a leader who dared detain Hezbollah activists – was ousted from his post and later when protests began against Gadhafi, the main suspect in the disappearance of Imam Mussa Al-Sadr in 1978, is now silent. He is silent just as flames begin to lick the palace of Bashar Assad. That’s because Nasrallah, who managed to stage a political revolution within Lebanon, risks finding himself without a political patron and perhaps disconnected from his geographic links to Iran.

Paradoxically, the threat facing Hezbollah is also Assad’s defensive shield. When Hillary Clinton said Sunday that the United States would not intervene in Syria militarily, she cited lack of international consensus. But Washington, Israel, Turkey and Iran all have great reasons to want Assad to remain at the helm. The Syrian president has grown closer to the United States in recent years, earning his reward in the form of the return of an American ambassador to Damascus after a six-year hiatus. He is seen as a safety valve against a violent attack by Hezbollah on Israel or against its physical takeover of Lebanon. He has also made known his disagreement with Iran following the controversial visit of Ahmadinejad to Lebanon.

Assad’s fall may open for Iran a path into Lebanon, without it having to consider Syria’s position any longer.

Turkey, which has assumed the role of the appeaser and aspires to have as little trouble with its neighbors as possible, is just as concerned. Assad’s fall may bring about an unknown new regime, which could view Turkey as an unworthy ally because of its links to Assad or could enable Iran to broaden its influence in Lebanon. The Turkish prime minister and foreign minister spent the weekend urging Assad to launch a series of reforms, but Turkey is also aware of what became o

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All this worries Washington, which, at this point in time, does not share Hezbollah’s fears and assumes that in any realistic scenario, the organization’s bonds to Iran will strengthen, not weaken. It is, therefore, willing to agree to Assad’s continued rule in exchange for some compromises with the protesters, or even their suppression with a “reasonable” amount of force.

Meanwhile, Assad is trying the formula that failed Ben Ali in Tunisia, Mubarak in Egypt and Saleh in Yemen – buying time by dismissing his cabinet, a move scheduled to take place tomorrow, and promising some cosmetic reforms.

Abolishing the supremacy of the Baath Party and the emergency regime that has been in place since 1963 will do little to reduce his and his family’s grip on the military and economic resources of the state.

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At the same time, he is trying to recreate the regime of fear that his father imposed in 1982 and which has given Bashar 11 years of quiet. He shoots and kills civilians, arrests hundreds, and mainly relies on the military, which, unlike its Egyptian counterpart, risking losing many of the benefits it enjoys because of its loyalty to the regime.

Began Excerpt from YNet News

Open Letter to Bashar Assad

Op-ed: People no longer fear regime, blaming protests on Mossad won’t save Syrian leader

Smadar Peri

March 27, 2011

Hello there, Bashar Assad:


No friends left

The young generation, who’s heading to the streets at this time, was born into a state of emergency. From your time in London you must have learned that there is no enlightened state that adheres to emergency laws for 48 years.

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You need to give the people hope. They are already realizing that the security arms knock on the doors of protestors and throw them into prison. They say you’re holding 4,000 political prisoners in jail.

I know one of them, a Palestinian woman from the territories who went through hell in the women’s prison. One day she’ll speak out against you. Soon you’ll discover that even the prison guards are rebelling against you.

Let’s take stock of who your friends are now, those who will come to your aid once the uprising spirals out of control: The US Administration has a score to settle with you over the mercenaries you smuggled into Iraq, to kill Americans. They believe nothing you say and tie our hands every time someone talks in favor of peace with Syria.

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The French despise you because of the Hariri assassination. They also heard from your former deputy, Abdul Halim Khaddam, horror stories about your late father’s conduct, and also about you. The Saudi royal family hasn’t spoken to you for years. Turkey? Come on.

So who’s left? That’s right, the ayatollahs in Tehran. Trust me, they already earmarked a successor for you.

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Last month, you boasted that there will be no riots in Syria, because you did not infuriate your people via a peace treaty with Israel. You must agree with me that it’s a rather pathetic argument. Now you’re accusing Mossad of organizing the protests against you. What a great excuse.

Listen, Bashar, the ground is shaking, you woke up late, and you’re offering too little.

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Shiite Beavers of Iran Work to Achieve Its Middle East Dreams!

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Joel 3:9,10 – Proclaim ye this among the Gentiles; Prepare war, wake up the mighty men, let all the men of war draw near; let them come up: [10] BEAT YOUR PLOWSHARES INTO SWORDS AND YOUR PRUNINGHOOKS INTO SPEARS: let the weak say, I am strong.


Daniel 11:40,41 – And at the time of the end shall the king of the south push at him: and the king of the north shall come against him like a whirlwind, with chariots, and with horsemen, and with many ships; and he shall enter into the countries, and shall overflow and pass over.

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Luke 21:25-28 – And there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; and upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity; the sea and the waves roaring; [26] Men’s hearts failing them for fear, and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth: for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.

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Revelation 19:19-21 – And I saw the beast, and the kings of the earth, and their armies, gathered together to make war against him that sat on the horse, and against his army. [20] And the beast was taken, and with him the false prophet that wrought miracles before him, with which he deceived them that had received the mark of the beast, and them that worshipped his image. These both were cast alive into a lake of fire burning with brimstone. [21] And the remnant were slain with the sword of him that sat upon the horse, which sword proceeded out of his mouth: and all the fowls were filled with their flesh.

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Micah 4:3 – And he shall judge among many people, and rebuke strong nations afar off; and they shall BEAT THEIR SWORDS INTO PLOWSHARES, AND THEIR SPEARS INTO PRUNINGHOOKS: nation shall not lift up a sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more.

Following Excerpts are from the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs/Daily Alert

Excerpt 1 – Ynet News

Iran-Backed Islamic Jihad Behind Rocket Attacks on Israel

Elior Levy

(Ynet News)

The Grad rockets that hit Ashdod and Beersheba this week were launched by terrorists from Islamic Jihad, as were the numerous mortars fired toward Israel.

Four of the five terrorists killed by Israel on Wednesday were longtime Jihad members who had been firing rockets and mortars at Israel for years.

Islamic Jihad members completely reject Israel’s right to exist, and believe the only way to liberate “all of Palestine” is through armed Jihad, or holy war.

Whenever Hamas is interested in escalation, it gives Islamic Jihad the green light to fire rockets at Israel.

Excerpt 2 – AFP

Gulf States to Deport Hizbullah, Iranian Agents


Arab states in the Gulf plan to deport Lebanese Shiites over links to Hizbullah and Iran’s Revolutionary Guard, the Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Seyassah reported Thursday.

Based on assessments by the U.S., France and Bahrain, Hizbullah and Revolutionary Guard agents were leading the protests along with local Shiite clerics in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province.

Bahrain is preparing to deport 90 Lebanese Shiites, most of them arrested during the recent demonstrations in the kingdom, and is examining the status of 4,000 Lebanese families living in the country.

Excerpt 3 – Al Arabiya Dubai

Iran Website Recruits “Jihadists” for Bahrain “War”


Iranian authorities have licensed the Raheel website which features Quranic verses that call for Jihad, or holy war, including the use of volunteer suicide militants, against the “invasion” of Bahrain by troops from countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).

The website claims that a “redeemer” would wage war against Arab Gulf countries, Israel, and the U.S., and that the divine promise of the redeemer’s advent is materializing.

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Amid a surge of terrorist attacks in recent days, Israelis are bracing for an escalation in violence. There are strong suspicions, and not just in Israel, that Iran is seeking to provoke a confrontation. (UPI)

Excerpt 5 – Christian Science Monitor

Why Israel Is Wary of Another Gaza War

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Zalman Shoval, a former Israeli ambassador to the U.S., said: “Although the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has nothing to do with the unrest that goes all the way from Morocco to Afghanistan, it would not be an advisable step for Israel to give in to the provocations of factors like the Islamic Jihad, which would very much want to put Israel in the center.” (Christian Science Monitor)

Excerpt 6 – National Review

Understanding the Violence in Israel

John Hannah

Big Iranian weapons shipments seized off the coast of Gaza; an Israeli family of five slaughtered in their beds; a barrage of more than 90 rockets fired at Israeli population centers over the past few days; and the terrorist attack at a bus station in Jerusalem are not isolated events. Nor are they outbursts of random violence by otherwise peace-loving Palestinians driven to despair by a stalemated peace process.

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These outrages are better understood as part of a strategic campaign by hardened terrorist groups, closely tied to Iran, Syria, and Hizbullah, to divert attention from the popular uprisings that have targeted tyrannical governments across the Middle East.

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Iran’s mullahs know full well that the bell tolls for them, as the contagion of popular uprising now at work across Muslim lands threatens to reignite the Green Movement that in 2009 shook the Islamic Republic to its core. Iran, Syria, and their allies want to change the subject as fast as possible. The easiest way to do that has always been to trigger a major dustup with Israel. (National Review)

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