Placement of First 5 Revelation Seals in Regard to the Tribulation Period – Part 3A

Placement of First 5 Revelation Seals in Regard to Tribulation Period!

The Tribulation Period will begin Post-Obama when Seal 6 is Opened!

Seal 4 is open and will keep growing in Revelation’s known Old World

Part 3A

Part 1 was put up on August 23, 2014

Part 2 was put up on August 24, 2014

Part 3 was put up on August 25, 2014

Part 3A IS put up on August 26, 2014

I Am NOW WATCHING For TWO Prophesied Events That Draw NIGH:

First, The Opening Of Seal 6 – Second, The Sounding Of Trumpet 7

If you want to Understand the Mid-East Beheadings Now Occurring

I urge you to Read the Comments, Scriptures, Excerpts that Follow

I Warned About The Bloodthirsty Salafists in Several Previous Blogs

This Is the Beginning of Fulfillment of 10 Horns Prophecy Fulfillment,

When 10 Islamic Horns Give Their Power to the Beast of Revelation,

But I do not believe 10 Horns will do that till Obama is out of Office

WATCH for multiple Individuals to flow into ISIS from extreme Islam

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

The word “AFTER” in Daniel 7:24 indicates the 11th Horn Beast will be AFTER the 10. Considering what is now happening in the Middle East it would take time for this Antichrist Beast to unite them into a fully coordinated logistical Army. I do not believe Antichrist’s united Horns will attack Israel to start the Tribulation Period until after Obama leaves offices. How long after he leaves will it take for the Antichrist to unite the 10 horns? WATCH while you wait for it to begin and each day will make it one day closer.

Daniel 7:24 – 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.

Mark 13:35-37 – Watch ye therefore: for ye know not when the master of the house cometh, at even, or at midnight, or at the cockcrowing, or in the morning: [36] Lest coming suddenly he find you sleeping. [37] And what I say unto you I say unto all, Watch.

August 25, 2014

Begin Excerpt from YNet News

Some Gazans opt for ISIS over Hamas

Gazan Salafists in both the Strip and Sinai have gone to Syria and Iraq to fight alongside the radical Islamist organization.

August 26, 2014 / Israel News

Roi Kais

As ISIS fights its way through Syria and Iraq, some Gazans appear more interested in joining the radical Islamist organization than in fighting Israel, according to a report by American news company Vocativ.

The company, which specializes in collecting information from the web, reported there is an increase in support for Salafists in both the Gaza Strip and in Sinai in recent month, noted both on the ground and on social media.

Related stories:

Hamas: We are not ISIS

ISIS success in Iraq threatens to redraw borders

Jordan, Israel cooperate in face of ISIS threat

In June, Salafists held an ISIS support rally in Gaza, a demonstration that was quickly shut down by Hamas’ security forces. At the time, Hamas has denied claims ISIS’ influence has made its way into the Gaza Strip

In what is undoubtedly interesting timing, it was reported that ISIS operatives were trying to infiltrate Sinai from the Gaza Strip through the network of smuggling tunnels under the Egyptian border – an attempt thwarted by the Egyptian security forces. The Egyptian army denied the reports at the time, while Hamas surprisingly fell in line with the Egyptian denial, an unusual occurrence since the ouster of Hamas-ally president Mohammad Morsi.

Last week, Hamas worked painstakingly hard to shake off comparison between ISIS’ horrific acts of beheadings and executions to their own spree of executions of “collaborators” with Israel.

Gaza unit in ISIS firing rockets in Syria

Expressions of support of ISIS continue unabated in Sinai as well. Radical Salafist organization Ansar Bait al-Maqdis, that is fighting against both Israel and the Egyptian army, released an unusual video from its Eid al-Fitr sermon, given by one of the organization’s leaders, Usama Abu al-Masry, to his supports in the middle of the desert, where he expressed the hope Allah would open the road to Baghdad to ISIS.

But it appears that the expressions of support and solidarity have already been translated into active participation in fighting on the battle fields of Syria and Iraq. Several Gazans from Rafah, Nuseirat and Jabaliya were killed in Homs and Aleppo in Syria and Samarra in Iraq while fighting in ISIS’ ranks.
According to recent reports in forums affiliated with ISIS, two Gazans, from Sinai-based Salafist organizations Ansar Beit al-Maqdis and Ansar al-Dawla al-Islamia, have traveled to Iraq as “representatives” of these group to fight alongside ISIS.

Muhammad Naif al-Qarinawi, from Ansar al-Dawla al-Islamia, was killed in Syria fighting alongside ISIS

It is important to note that the Islamist organizations in Sinai are closely tied to the armed factions in Gaza. It is also important to note that during Operation Protective Edge, the armed factions in Gaza, led by Hamas and the Islamic Jihad, reportedly tried to encourage the Sinai groups to open another front against Israel.

One of these Gazans is Muhammad Naif al-Qarinawi, an engineer from Nuseirat who fought under the nom de guerre Abi al-Bara al-Ghazi, who was sent to Syria to offer his operational expertise on bombs to ISIS. He was killed on July 26 in a fight against the Syrian army at the Sha’er gas field just outside of Homs.

Ali Samir Abu al-Ainin was sent by the Sinai-based Ansar Beit al-Maqdis to fight alongside ISIS in Iraq. He was killed in the city of Samarra in a battle meant to be ISIS’ push for Baghdad.

A video recently posted online could provide additional evidence to the presence of Salafists from the Gaza Strip in the ISIS ranks. Among other things, the Gazan operatives are seen firing at what are allegedly Syrian army posts as part of ISIS’ operations.

In the videos posted online, these militants are said to be a part of the Sheikh Abu Noor al-Maqdisi Brigade. It is possible ISIS has a unit of militants from the Gaza Strip, similar to the organization’s units of other nationalities.

Sheikh Abu Noor al-Maqdisi, after whom the unit was called, was a Salafist-Jihadist sheikh who was assassinated by Hamas in 2009, and is considered the religious authority for Salafists in the Gaza Strip. In 2009, al-Maqdisi gave a sermon in a in a Rafah mosque, announcing the formation of an Islamic Emirate in Gaza – which challenged Hamas and angered its leaders. The sheikh was then killed in a gunfight that ensued between Hamas men and armed Salafists. Since then, al-Maqdisi became a martyr in the eyes of Salafists in the Strip.

Over the past year, dozens of Gazans have reportedly gone to Syria to fight against President Bashar Assad, some even lost their lives. However, it has been reported that most of them preferred joining the ranks of the Nusra Front, an al-Qaida-linked group in Syria. Following ISIS’ success, however, it appears it has now become more attractive to Gazans.








December 18. 2012

This is one of the groups I did not have contact with during my 1952-1953 tour in the Holy Land . I knew nothing about them until 2007, and I began to warn against them in 2008 on receipt of Excerpt 1 from Spiegel Online on July 19, 2012. A current Excerpt 2 from Ynet News will bring you up to date how organized they have become between 2008 and 2012.

The Salidists are the best of the individual anti-Assad groups in strength, organization, and fighting ability. It is possible the Antichrist could arise from this group. You would do well to know about them and to watch their organization as they spread across the Arab world.


II Thessalonians 2:8-12 – And then shall that Wicked be revealed, whom the Lord shall consume with the spirit of his mouth, and shall destroy with the brightness of his coming: [9] Even him, whose coming is after the working of Satan with all power and signs and lying wonders, [10] And with all deceivableness of unrighteousness in them that perish; because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved. [11] And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: [12] That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness.


Revelation 17:12,13,17 – 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. [13] These have one mind, and shall give their power and strength unto the beast. [17] For God hath put in their hearts to fulfil his will, and to agree, and give their kingdom unto the beast, until the words of God shall be fulfilled.

Begin 2008 Excerpt 1 from Spiegel Online

Salafist Jihadists – Most Radical of Radicals

July 20. 2008

Begin Excerpt from Middle East Review & Analysis

SALAFIST JIHADISTS IN GAZA: ‘Compared to Us, Hamas Is Islamism Lite’

By Ulrike Putz in the Gaza Strip

SPIEGEL ONLINE 07/18/2008 05:33 PM,1518,566740,00.html

July 19, 2008

Global power is their goal, and they are willing to slaughter innocents to get there. A group of ultra-radical Islamists are training in the Gaza Strip, and SPIEGEL ONLINE met with one of their leaders.

It’s not easy to find a place to meet the man who goes by the name of Abu Mustafa. A number of places were agreed on and jettisoned. Finally, after hours of cruising around Gaza City with Abu Mustafa’s driver, the call came. The meeting would take place on the beach. There are enough people on the beach that one doesn’t attract so much attention, the caller explained. How absurd this notion was would soon become clear.

Most people don’t stick out on the beaches of Gaza to the degree that Abu Mustafa does. He picks his way across the sand on crutches, his leg wrapped in a cast up to his thigh. The Pakistani clothes he wears are also foreign — and the white shirt that hangs to his knees makes walking on crutches even more difficult. Finally he slumps in a plastic chair. “Peace be upon you,” he says quietly, welcoming his guest.

Many people would like to speak with Abu Mustafa these days — he guesses about 10 men call him each day. Abu Mustafa holds the key to an ideology that many are turning to in the Gaza Strip: Salafist jihadism, a belief in the most radical form of Islam. “We meet secretly in mosques and private homes,” says Abu Mustafa, who has become an entry point to the movement for many. He says the Salafis now number up to 5,000 people, not counting the women and children.

‘A Very Dangerous Man’

“We aren’t well enough organized yet, but we are in the process of building networks,” says the 33-year-old. Eventually, he hopes, a powerful movement will be born. Members are already receiving weapons training and are schooled in both dogma and strategy. “When the fight begins, they will show no mercy,” said a middleman for the interview — himself a fighter in an armed militia — prior to the beach meeting. “Abu Mustafa is a very dangerous man.”

Salafist — sometimes referred to as Wahhabis — dream of a world before Islam became cluttered with new innovations and cultural influences. They seek to live a pious, god-fearing life governed by the laws of religion, a life resembling those of the original Muslims. At first glance, such a belief system doesn’t differ much from that of other utopian sects — were it not for their ideas related to holy war. To make their vision a reality, Abu Mustafa and his men are willing to fight — and they are willing to slaughter innocent bystanders.

“Look,” says Abu Mustafa, whose beard cascades down his chest, “there will be three possibilities. Some will find their way to Islam. Those who don’t want to convert will be able to live in peace under the authority of Islam.” For those who don’t want to accept the hegemony of Islam, however, holy war is the only recipe. “Then we have to fight — just like our brothers on Sept. 11,” Abu Mustafa says.

The attacks on New York and Washington, D.C. seven years ago were a response to the contempt held for Islam by the Western world, he says. “If Muslims are attacked anywhere in the world, one has to hit back, and it doesn’t matter where.” Salafist Islam is like a cat, he says. “It is very friendly, but if it is attacked, it turns into a tiger.”

The True Islam

“We feel just like al-Qaida and we think as they do,” Abu Mustafa says. He won’t say if he has contact with Osama bin Laden’s terror group, but calls it vaguely “a possibility.” He also dodges the question of whether foreigners have joined the Salafist movement in the Gaza Strip.

Abu Mustafa is not fond of speaking with journalists. It is still risky for the group to come out of hiding, since Hamas — the Palestinian Islamist group which controls the Gaza Strip — views Salafis with suspicion. Both groups claim to represent true Islam, and both compete for the same followers. The fact that Abu Mustafa finally agreed to a meeting with SPIEGEL ONLINE comes out of gratitude, he says. “I owe the Germans a lot,” he explains in his slow, careful German.

Abu Mustafa has a degree from the University of Saarbrucken in Germany’s far west. For seven years, until 2000, he studied chemical engineering and led a largely normal student existence. He had periodic jobs with a moving company or in construction, and he occasionally cooked up Palestinian specialties for other students living in the dormitory. “I miss Germany,” he says. He’s even looked on Google Earth for the street where he used to live and the cafeteria where he used to eat.

He explains that he was largely accepted in Germany and found people there to be quite friendly. The only problems came about when he encountered scantily clad women or fellow students who spent much of their time in clubs and bars. He says such experiences rooted him even deeper in his beliefs. “It would be better for such people were they to follow the pure Islam,” he says. “We are going to try and bring the faith to them.”

The Salafi warns that Germany, by supporting Israel and participating in operations in Afghanistan, is a clear target for his fellow Islamists. He claims he himself would never move against his “second home,” but he warns that “Germany should be afraid of being attacked.”

Struggle for Global Influence

Salafists from the Gaza Strip first stepped into the global spotlight in March 2007, when jihadis from Jaish al-Islam (Army of Islam) kidnapped BBC journalist Alan Johnston, who was based in the Gaza Strip. The group is a small faction among Salafis. They held Johnston hostage for four months, threatening to kill him and showing images of him wearing a suicide belt. Abu Mustafa says it was a legitimate tactic in the struggle for Islam. “It was nothing personal. It was a message to the West that they should release imprisoned Muslims.” For the moment, he adds reassuringly, foreign journalists are not in danger in the Gaza Strip.

Indeed, Abu Mustafa says, he and his comrades in arms realize they need to be patient. There’s a long way to go before they can begin their struggle for global influence. First, they have to take care of an enemy closer to home: Hamas.

So far, Hamas has done what it can to keep the Salafis under control. They know the ultra-radicals are just waiting to take over Hamas’ position of leadership. “They are traitors,” Abu Mustafa says of Hamas. “Compared to us, they are Islamism lite.”

Nevertheless, he’s willing to be merciful. “We will give them the chance to turn away from the false path,” he says. And what happens if they don’t take up the offer? “Then there will be confrontation,” Abu ustafa promises, bringing his fists together. Still, he doesn’t think it likely that the Salafis will have to take up arms against Hamas. “It won’t be necessary. They will destroy themselves.”

Power Struggle

His explanation is clear. “For many people in Gaza, Hamas embodied the promise of a good, Islamic lifestyle,” Abu Mustafa says. But once the group seized power in the Gaza Strip over a year ago, many were disappointed. Of the 10 defectors who call him everyday, many of them are Hamas fighters, he claims. “These are tough men and they have insider knowledge. They will be very useful should it come to a power struggle.”

The group’s greatest sin, says Abu Mustafa, who is also the father of two children, is its effort to bring Islam and democracy together. “Hamas represents an American style of Islam. They have tried to curry favor.”

Which is not such a bad thing for Abu Mustafa and his Salafis. “Hamas is like a block of ice in the sun,” he says. “Every minute they get smaller — and we get larger.” Abu Mustafa’s broken leg and the scars on his right hand are the result of an Israeli rocket attack. In January, he and a few of his comrades fired rockets across the border into Israel. Afterwards, as they were heading home, an Israeli missile hit them.

Four men were injured and one, as Abu Mustafa says, became a martyr. The fact that his leg still hurts six months later is something he bears with stoicism. “It is not important how one feels in this life, rather whether one enters paradise or hell after death,” he says.

For his part, Abu Mustafa claims he is not afraid of death. He says he is not fighting for worldly things. And he hopes he will fall in the struggle for his beliefs.

“On the other hand,” he says before pushing himself up and limping back to his car, “I would love to see my daughter wed. Maybe she will marry first, and then I will become a martyr.”

Begin Excerpt 2 from YNetnews

First we take Damascus, then Tel Aviv’

Salafist leader warns that once rebels topple Assad’s regime they will set their sights on Israel; says ‘We won’t rest until Palestine is liberated’

Roi Kais

December 17, 2012

The leader of the radical Salafist movement in Jordan, whose organization actively supports the Syrian rebels’ efforts to topple President Bashar Assad’s regime warned Sunday that once the Damascus opposition achieves its primary goal, it will set its sights on Israel.

The group’s leader, Abed Shihadeh, who is also known as Abu Muhammad al-Tahawi, spoke at the funeral of a Jihadist who committed a suicide attack in Amman last week.

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“We tell Benjamin Netanyahu, the (Israeli) prime minister, get ready. The army of the Prophet Mohammad is coming your way.”

Shihadeh added: “Those carrying explosives in Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan will find you, Allah willing,” he added. “The next fight is between us and you.”

The jihadist leader further pledged to “Take over Damascus and then head to Tel Aviv… As far as we are concerned, Palestine stretches from river to sea, from Rafah to a-Nakura. We will not rest until Palestine is liberated.”

Commenting on the United States’ decision to add the al Qaeda-linked Syrian rebel group Jabhat al-Nusra to its terror watch list, Shihadeh said that “Allah blesses the heroes of Jabhat al-Nusra.

“America is the mother of all terror in the world,” he added, further blaming the US for “standing by Assad and the Jews.”

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