World Waits to See Which Way the Wind Blows!

World waits to See which Way the Wind Blows

Among the Iranian Head of three Wicked Thorns!

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As the three thorns go so will a prophecy Fulfillment,

Of false peace followed by war occur in the Middle East!

The false peace and initial Jihad Scenario in the Middle East

Is Likely to begin at some point in time between 2010 & 2015!

July 31, 2009

The main deterrent to false peace in the Middle East since the takeover of the U.S. Embassy, during the Iranian Revolution which deposed the Shah, has been the rise of three thorns in the Middle East. Iran’s use of its oil revenues to supply two terror satellite forces against Israel, Hizbullah to Israel’s north in southern Lebanon, and Hamas in the south in the Gaza Strip, is really the major block against Middle East Peace. The outcome of the current uprising in the Middle East will determine the success of the arrival of the false peace, which is then prophesied to be broken when Israel is overrun from the north by a massive Islamic Jihad surprise attack.

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It is this attack which will drive Israel into her Negev Wilderness war contingency evacuation area, where she will remain for some three and one-half prophetic years.

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Zechariah 13:8 indicates a remnant of one-third will be entrapped, “left therein” the borders of Israel, and Revelation 12:6 indicates she will be there 1260 days. Israel is not going to flee to Petra.

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Every nation has a war contingency plan.

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And, the smaller the country, the more imperative is the requirement for a detailed war contingency evacuation plan.

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Israel began to formulate, plan, and build her evacuation area in the early fifties. She chose the only reasonable zone, the Negev wilderness. The Negev comprises more than one-third of the total land area of Israel, beginning just north of Beersheba, and extending all the way southward to the Gulf of Aqaba.

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Why was the Negev the only reasonable area? From the historical prospective, the majority of Israel’s major conquerors have come down from the north. Even Nebuchadnezzar, whose great empire began to the east of Israel in Babylonia, first went northwest through southern Syria to eventually attack Israel from the north. Once Israel had signed a peace treaty with Egypt, and then

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with Jordan, it became evident to her political and military leaders, that they had been correct in selecting the Negev. At present, it appears very unlikely that an attack will be made against Israel from any zone other than the Syria-Lebanon area. Some minister, no one knows who, during the early part of the last century, vi sited

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Petra in Jordan, and formed an erroneous opinion, which has become very popular among many teachers of prophecy. Whoever he was, his military training was sadly lacking, for he looked Petra over, and decided it would make a great defensive position for Israel to occupy, that is, if she ever had to flee her homeland. As a graduate of a military academy, and a retiree from the USAF-NSA, I can assure you, Petra is the worst possible place to evacuate the survivors of a successful Arab attack against Israel. I doubt if the one who first advanced this idea actually walked all the way through Petra’s narrow northern entrance and then continued to walk out on the vast open plain to the southwest. Petra may have been a great place to defend in biblical times with the weaponry of those days, but it would be impossible to defend today.


Prophecy Update Number 5 ended by mentioning the area to which Israel will flee for safety during the later portion of the tribulation period. In Revelation 12:6 we find this flight described in graphic detail: “And the woman fled into the wilderness, where she hath a place prepared of God, that they should feed her there a thousand two hundred and threescore days.” Prophetic years in scripture are based on a year of 360 days, hence this represents a period of three and one-half years. So
Israel will be kept trapped in the Negev wilderness for the last 3 and ½ years of the tribulation period.

Israel has spent billions and billions of dollars preparing the Negev for the possibility of such an evacuation of her population in the in the event of a sudden attack from the north. The Negev has been the central focus of her war contingency plan from the beginning. Her God put this thinking in the minds of her political and military leaders in the late forties, and active preparation of the area began in the early fifties. Today, the Negev is the most cleverly camouflaged zone on the surface of the earth, and unless sky satellites had watched it being prepared, one would not suspect that numerous military installations were implanted in it. Even knowing where certain defense mechan isms were originally placed, it

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is now extremely difficult to spot them, even driving by them at ground level. Thousands of tourists pass through the Negev and admire the beauty of her terrain from her roads, but her military capabilities are cleverly camouflaged on the surface, hidden beneath her, and concealed inside her mountains.

Active preparation of the Negev began in the early fifties. After the Six Day War of June, 1967, Israel poured her finances and efforts into the creation of a hidden fortress in the Negev wilderness. The Yom Kippur War of 1973 was followed by Israel quadrupling her military forces by 1980, and the bulk of this increase was placed in the vast Sinai. The peace treaty between Israel and Egypt led to the evacuation of this increase in men and equipment from the Sinai into the much smaller Negev. This turned the already heavily fortified Negev into an impenetrable fortress. By 1983 the Sinai IDF and equipment had been withdrawn into

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the Negev. The IDF packed up about 80 thousand tons of military equipment, same 3800 military vehicles, and 3 airfields, and moved it into the Negev.

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The Negev is about 20 percent the size of the Sinai. By 1988 about 40 new military camps had been set up in the Negev.

By 1990 the Negev had been topographically transformed, at a fantastic expense, into an area no enemy would dare to attempt to penetrate. When Syria, assisted by troops from Iraq and Iran, secretly and very slowly smuggled in across her southern and western borders, attacks Israel from the north, then Israel will get to use her Negev wilderness for about 3 and ½ years. These three nations, because of the sharing of satellite information received from the Russians about the Negev, know all about the military strength there and, because of this, will stop their southward push into Israel just north of Beersheva. The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) will be able to hold the Negev, and the woman Israel will stay there for the last 3 and ½ years of the tribulation period.

I Thessalonians 5:3,4 – For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape. [4] But ye, brethren, are not in darkness, that that day should overtake you as a thief.

Zechariah 13:8 – And it shall come to pass, that in all the land, saith the Lord, two parts therein shall be cut off and die; but the third shall be left therein.

Revelation 12:6 – And the woman fled into the wilderness, where she hath a place prepared of God, that they should feed her there a thousand two hundred and threescore days.

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Leading article: The unresolved struggle for Iran

Friday, 31 July 2009

The elections are over, the result has been declared, the mass protests have been broken up – but the struggle for the future of Iran is far from over.

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A memorial gathering for those killed in post-election violence was held at a cemetery in Tehran yesterday. Mourners were arrested and the opposition leader, Mir Hossein Mousavi, was prevented by police from paying his respects. The Iranian authorities seem to have interpreted this as a continuation of political protests by other means, and they probably had good rea son to do

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There is still intense anger among many Iranians at what they regard as a stolen presidential election last month. Their grievances have been compounded by the treatment of protestors arrested in last month’s demonstrations. So how should we read what is taking place in the country? There is, it is true, a basic tension between conservatives and reformists. But th at,

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alone, is a misleading characterisation of what is taking place in Iran. This is a struggle between generations and also within generations. It is a battle between rival religious convictions. The conservative/reformist prism also misses the serious divisions in the conservative camp.

The crucial point is that this is not a stand-off between a distant regime and an oppressed population, but rather a struggle within that regime. Mr Mousavi is backed by Hashemi Rafsanjani, the head of the powerful Council of Guardians and confidant of the late founder of the Islamic Republic, Ruhollah Khomeini. Mr Rafsanjani made a speech earlier this month which was framed as a call for unity but was, in fact, a challenge to the authority of the Supreme Leader.

The forces in Iran are delicately balanced, and no one can say with any certainty which will prevail. But what was true at the height of the post-election unrest remains true now: outside interference would be dangerous and counterproductive. Those who wish to see Iran accept President Barack Obama’s offer of a new beginning to US-Iranian relations, understandably, hope the reformists prevail. But any attempt by foreign interests to tip the scales in their favour would merely push that prize further away, and perhaps destroy it altogether.

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Prayers for Iran’s Neda turn to bloodshed

31/07/2009 2:54:00 PM

Iranian riot police armed with batons and belts clashed with mourners staging a defiant graveside commemoration for Neda Agha-Soltan 40 days after she was shot at a protest rally.

It was the first major violence between security forces and demonstrators in three weeks in Iran, where tensions are still running high over President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s disputed re-election last month.

And the stage was being set for another confrontation in central Tehran as 3000 people gathered at a major prayer venue, flashing victory signs and burning bins as police on motorbikes tried to disperse them, witnesses said.

At the Behesht-e Zahra cemetery south of Tehran, an estimated 2,000-strong crowd shouted “death to the dictator” and “government of the coup: resign, resign” as some hurled stones at hundreds of police, witnesses said.

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Police forced the main opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi to leave the graveyard just minutes after his arrival and surrounded fellow campaigner Mehdi Karroubi, witnesses said.

“Today is a mourning day. Loyal Iranians are the mourners today,” shouted the crowds.

Iranians were marking the 40th day since the death of Neda, whose death at a protest over Ahmadinejad’s June 12 victory became world news.

A graphic Internet video of Neda bleeding to death on a Tehran street

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the sometimes brutal crackdown on demonstrators.

Crowds gathered around Neda’s grave which was decorated with candles and flowers as police used sticks, batons and belts and arrested several mourners, including prominent film director Jafar Panahi and his family, a witness said.

“Mousavi … was immediately surrounded by anti-riot police who led him to his car,” a witness said as people chanted “Ya Hossein! Mir Hossein!”.

Karroubi protested at the heavy-handed police action for a peaceful commemoration of the “martyrs” but he was able to give graveside readings from the Koran before leaving.

Mousavi and Karroubi, who have waged a defiant campaign since losing to Ahmadinejad, had decided to visit the cemetery after the authorities banned another memorial ceremony at the Grand Mosalla in central Tehran.

Despite the ban, 3,000 people gathered at the venue as hundreds of motorists sounded their car horns, a tactic regularly used by Mousavi supporters.

“Protesters were raising their arms and flashing victory signs as police tried to disperse them,” a witness said.

“Some protesters also set fire to roadside rubbish bins while anti-riot police, on motorbikes rode into the crowds in an attempt to disperse them,” he said. “Police also smashed window panes of several cars.”

The foreign press remains banned from covering such demonstrations as part of tough restrictions imposed in the post-election turmoil.

Mousavi, a prime minister in the post-revolution years who was Ahmadinejad’s main challenger, has consistently refused to acknowledge his rival’s victory, saying it was a “shameful fraud”.

Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets after the election and in the ensuing violence about 30 people were killed, scores wounded and several thousand arrested, Iranian officials say.

Despite the crackdown, the opposition is still pushing for a new election and the crisis has driven deep rifts among the Islamic republic’s ruling elite.

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Ahmadinejad has also come under fire even from his own supporters over a series of controversial political decisions and he has been warned to obey supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei or face the consequences.

In recent days, the authorities have made gestures towards the opposition, including releasing about 140 protesters and promising to free more of the some 250 still behind bars.

But former president Mohammad Khatami said just releasing the protesters was not enough.
“Illegal and un-Islamic acts have been committed against the people … Lives have been lost,” he said on his Baran foundation website.

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Wednesday said it was “imperative” for Iran to release political prisoners, adding that their detention showed “the political situation inside of Iran has not yet resolved itself”.

Twenty “rioters” are to go on trial from Saturday on charges including attacks on government and military offices and contact with “enemies” including exiled opposition group the People’s Mujahedeen.

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