Resurrected Life is given to a World of Terrorism

Resurrected Life is given to the World of Terrorism

The resurrection to freedom in Middle East Nations

Will Eventually Produce Jihad Minded Governments

When Iran Has A SMALL deliverable Nuclear Arsenal

Iran wants to get a Mini-Deterrent nuclear Inventory

Sufficient to deter Israel from using Nukes during War

Arabs and Persians know they can’t win a nuclear War

Now after 63 years Muslins will win a conventional War

World Powers made it possible for Islam to win this War

March 6, 2010

In the first book I finished in 1976 I indicated the Antichrist would be Islamic, rising out of the southern flank of the Roman Empire. The Islamic faith is what finally ran the Roman Empire out of North Africa and the Middle East, leaving a caliphate that was greater then the maximum southern extension of the Roman Empire. It w as replaced by the Omayyad or Umayyad Caliphate which l

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asted as such until 750 AD. It will be resurrected as both the 7th and 8th Beast because it had an Islamic Caliphate as its father. The Beast at times refers to his Caliphate, but at other times it refers to the Antichrist, who is its Caliph. The Islamic Antichrist himself will also apparently, note I said apparently, be resurrected from the dead, which causes some 1.5 billion Muslims to believe he is their long awaited Messiah, the Mahdi. Many other false religions, and those who do not have their faith in Christ, will put their faith in the Mahdi whose god is Allah. This is a part of the great delusion which falls on them, because they would not put their faith in Christ, the Son of God.

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.

During the last 63 years the three world powers made it possible for Islam to finally defeat Israel in a conventional war. How are they responsible?

1976 Quote from Page 78 of “Tectonic Chaos”

Revelation 13:1 – And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having SEVEN HEADS and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy.

The seven heads of the Beast in Revelation 13:1 represent six great world governments that of the past in which Satan has been actively involved. The seventh world government is now rising again at the present time around Israel and will soon produce the Antichrist. Prior to God separating from His wife, the nation of Israel, six great world Kingdoms that existed before, and at, the time of the cross are, in chronological order, as follows:

(1) The Egyptian
(2) The Assyrian
(3) The Babylonian
(4) The Medo-Persian
(5) The Grecian
(6) The Roman

The rising seventh Kingdom will incorporate all the cunning and skill in the arts and sciences that have been handed down from the previous six kingdoms. Man has come a long way since the days of the cruel Pharaoh of the Exodus, but all that modern man has learned is based on the root contributions of these six kingdoms – and soon all the knowledge and expertise of sinful mankind will be centered in the final kingdom.

The ten horns of Revelation 13:1 are ten Arab nations who will form the nucleus of the final kingdom, and the ten crowns are the power of the kings that will rile them. For years we have pictured the typical Arab as a scrawny little fellow on a camel in the desert with a comic expression on his face. This viewpoint is quickly changing. Oil is replacing the U.S. dollar in international importance – and soon ten Arab nations will have gained economic control of much of the earth’s wealth. We will not try to stop them because of the Soviet Union – and the Soviet Union will not try to stop them because of us and Red China.

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The world power block will block itself as the Arab nations prosper in our midst.

End 1976 Quote from “Tectonic Chaos”

So, how are the world powers like the US, Great Britain, France, Russia, and China responsible for this?

They all wanted to keep the oil flowing to them, but knew any move on their part to push in and take it over would produce a great nuclear war.

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I am not being critical, that is just what happened. Even as a 20 year old unmarried knot head stationed in the Middle East in 1952 and 53, I could see that was happening, and was likely to continue. In the last 63 years guess who has sold them all their high tech arsenals? It has been sold to them by the Big 5 Powers I listed above, as well as the breakaway satellites from the former Soviet Union. And who has taught them how to use them, and how to build the same weapons in their own countries? Islamic Countries are swelling with high tech weapons to the hilt and NUMBERS, NUMBERS. This time Israel will be driven into the Negev for some three and one half years.

The final war of this age will begin in the Middle East when Iranians possess a deliverable nuclear warhead arsenal they consider sufficient to deter Israel from launching a pre-emptive strike or a strike during a conventional war against them unless Iran first launches against them.

I do not believe the attack of the Islamic Antichrist will occur until Iran believes it has an arsenal of missile mounted war heads in place, ready to launch, sufficient to provide a deterrent shield against Israel’s mighty mounted nuclear warhead arsenal poised to respond against Iran’s much smaller arsenal. Don’t compare the number of nuclear warheads. Compare the size of Israel and the small number of nuclear warheads necessary to destroy all its cities. Compare the size of Iran and

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the nine other Arab horned nations and the fantastic number of Israeli nuclear warheads it would take to destroy all Islamic cities. You might also consider the number of the followers of Allah Iranian nuclear strikes would reap in Israel, as well as nuclear fallout across the Middle East.

Begin 2003 Archive Prophecy Update 129C


Atomic War in Israel – Yes or No?

July 23, 2003

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asons I wrote three books on prophecy in the late seventies and early eighties was to establish a case advocated by teachers of the pre-World War II era. It was, simply stated, that man would not destroy the earth with his weaponry, but rather that God would destroy the earth by the use of this own power. I am certain that the horrifying changes in the topography of Israel, as well as the terrifying destruction of the antichrist’s forces at Armageddon, are by the awesome power of God, not atomic, chemical, or biological weapons of man. The lifting of the land from Geba to Rimmon south of Jerusalem, the breaking up of Jerusalem into three sections, the splitting of the Mount of Olives, and the consuming of the flesh, tongues, and eyes of the antichrist’s men are natural phenomena unleashed by God, not by man. All the Scriptures dealing with these phenomena unleashed by God are covered in the Birth Pang Archives.

There are many advocates of a great atomic, chemical, and biological war in Israel when the antichrist attacks 1260 days before Armageddon. It might happen at the time of Armageddon, but the initial attack will start what amounts to a non-nuclear, non-chemical, and non-biological war. So why am I so confident and outspoken about this being the case

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Israel has more than 200 extremely well concealed missile silos in the Negev between Beersheba and the Gulf of Aqabah.

It has more than 300 nuclear, chemical, and biological warheads to mount on Jericho missiles.

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The Jericho is a very accurate missile, and can hit a target in any Islamic country from Morocco to Pakistan and from Turkey to Yemen.

Israel has an excellent anti-missile defense to protect its array of silos, warheads, and missiles. It is able to pick up an incoming enemy missile launched from Syria before it reaches it maximum altitude.

So why do I believe this array of WMD will not be unleashed by Israel when it is attacked? Because the Israeli War Contingency Plan of Israel directs that WMD will never be launched against a foreign nation unless they are first launched against Israel.

So how do I know the Islamic countries will not launch WMD in their initial attack?

All of them are well aware of what is listed in (1) through (5)! The Soviet Union, when it existed, shared Israeli intelligence information with Syria, which it collected over a long period of time from its hundreds of spy satellites it launched from pads between Moscow and the White Sea, and on the eastern side of the Aral Sea. Syria, in turn, has shared it with most of the other Islamic countries around Israel. Only a leader possessed of rank insanity would ever launch WMD first against Israel, which is why I was so relieved when Saddam Hussein was taken out of the way.

Many believe the United States will quickly rush to the aid of Israel, and, as the world’s greatest power, will immediately deliver her from any kind of attack she can’t handle. There are two problems with this idea:

The United States believes Israel can defeat any Islamic attack on its own without any help from us. After all, Israel has easily done so in three previous wars.

This will be a lightning Jihad, and better coordinated than any of the previous wars, and this time Israel will have the Palestinians attacking it from within, while the other Islamic nations come in from outside its borders. It will probably last less than a couple of weeks, and Jerusalem is likely to fall within four days. By the time we decide they must have our help it will be too late because they will have occupied most of the land from Dan to Beersheba.

By this time it would take months, as it did in Operation Desert Storm and Operation Freedom Iraq, to get sufficient American troops on the ground to do any good.

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What was the character of the past three wars

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? They were all very short in duration, and they all ended abruptly in a truce.

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That will be the case in this war. The United States knows that the Negev is the place where Israel will flee. When we believe they are safely in the Negev, we will be more than willing to accept a truce to give us time to think about what to do, and Israel will remain trapped in the Negev for some three and one-half years.

The part played by the United States during this period of three and one-half years is interspersed through our Prophecy Archives, with some of it in Prophecy Updates 5 through 11, 32 & 33, and 74 & 75.

Begin Excerpt 1 from THE JERUSALEM POST

Hamas head: ‘Egypt, Tunisia revolts gave us our lives back’


03/06/2011 15:55

Speaking in Khartoum, Khaled Mashaal praises fall of Mubarak, says Cairo returned “to its natural state,” calls on Fatah and Hamas to reunite based on jihad against Israel, AFP reports.

Exiled Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal on Sunday praised last month’s political revolution in Egypt, saying that it had given the Palestinian people their lives back, AFP reported.

Speaking in Khartoum in a live broadcast on Sudanese state television, Mashaal was quoted by AFP as saying, “Today we are witnessing Cairo returning to its natural state, after it disappeared from that state for a long time. The people in Egypt and Tunisia have given us back our lives.”

Ousted Egyptian former president Hosni Mubarak resigned on February 11 after a series of massive protests rattled the country for three weeks.

The Hamas leader spoke at the opening of the Iranian-funded Al-Quds (Jerusalem) International Foundation conference taking place in Khartoum this year.

Commenting on the Hamas-Fatah rift, Mashaal urged the two factions to reunite based on “jihad” against Israel.

“The first step (to liberating Jerusalem from Israeli occupation) is refusal to negotiate with Israel… and to establish a new, reconciled Palestinian position based on jihad,” he was quoted by AFP as saying.

On Friday, a Hamas delegation was expected to leave Gaza for Sudan and then on to Damascus for a round of meetings about negotiations for a prisoner exchange that would include captive Israeli soldier Gilad Schalit.

Hamas said that progress was being made and that the mediator has presented new ideas to both Hamas and Israel, the Gaza-based news agency reported.

Begin Excerpt 2 from THE JERUSALEM POST

Arab World: New evidence of Iran’s nuclear ambitions


03/05/2011 18:07

Recent reports from the IAEA have caused renewed consternation amongst those tracking the Islamic Republic’s enrichment efforts.

On March 1, the Pentagon announced it was sending the USS Monterey – a vessel equipped with the sophisticated Aegis radar system, capable of protecting Europe from a potential Iranian nuclear missile strike – to the Mediterranean.

The guided missile cruiser is the first part of a missile shield announced by the Obama administration in 2009.

Its deployment comes one week after the Vienna-based International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) released a notably outspoken report on Iran’s nuclear activities and lack of cooperation with inspectors operating under the UN Security Council’s mandate.

Issued on February 25, the report appears to agree, at least in part, with the conclusions of a new US National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) on Iran, about which members of Congress and their staff were briefed a week earlier.

Together, the reports paint a picture of Iran persisting in its controversial nuclear activities despite international concern, although the US report suggests that sanctions and sabotage have slowed the program.


The latest NIE reportedly revises the conclusions of a controversial 2007 NIE on Iran, which argued that the regime had halted its clandestine work on a nuclear weapons program.

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When the 2007 estimate’s “key judgments” were declassified and released, they offered a starkly different perspective than the message emanating from the Bush White House, which had been emphasizing a growing Iranian threat.

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Yet public perception of the 2007 NIE largely ignored one of its other key findings: that Iran was continuing to develop uranium enrichment technology.

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In the absence of a civilian need for such technology, this finding suggested that enriched uranium was being produced for nuclear weapons.

The new NIE remains classified and is only available to a limited readership in government. Yet the US media, quoting sources in Congress, has offered a glimpse of one of the estimate’s main conclusions: Although Tehran has yet to make a strategic decision on whether to build a nuclear weapon, it is developing the unspecified components of a bomb, itself a complicated engineering challenge.

Tougher IAEA Report?

The quarterly IAEA reports are intended to record the agency’s progress in persuading Tehran to convince the world that its nuclear activities are for peaceful purposes.

This is a diplomatic obligation for Iran as a signatory of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty. In addition, mandatory provisions of several UN Security Council resolutions oblige Tehran to cooperate with IAEA inspectors.

Progress has been slow at best, but under the leadership of Director-General Yukiya Amano, who took over from Mohamed ElBaradei in late 2009, the quarterly reports have indicated a tougher IAEA approach to Iran.

• Contrary to Security Council resolutions, Iran has not suspended its uranium enrichment activities at several facilities, which are under IAEA safeguards. Indeed, enrichment activities have been expanded at both a pilot plant and the main plant at Natanz, and at an enrichment plant called Fordow, near the holy city of Qom.

Tehran admitted the existence of the latter facility in 2009, days before it was revealed by US and European surveillance. Indeed, Iran is enriching with more than 5,000 centrifuges, 1,000 more than three months ago. (A rare optimistic note is that Iran’s total of 8,000 centrifuges is slightly less than the total at the time of the last report, suggesting breakdowns remain a problem.)

• Iran has now produced more than 3,600 kilograms of low-enriched uranium; if processed into higher proportions of the fissile isotope U-235, this could theoretically be enough for several atomic bombs. In addition, Iran continues to enrich some of this to a higher (20 percent) proportion of U-235, a cause for concern because anything beyond is defined as highly enriched uranium (HEU).

Iran is also working on two new centrifuge designs that might be more efficient than its problematic IR-1 centrifuge.

• Iran is not responding to information requests about the Fordow plant and has yet to tell the IAEA anything about 10 new centrifuge plants. Sites for five of these plants have already been chosen, and construction will begin on one of them before the Iranian new year (March 20) or shortly afterward.

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it possessed laser enrichment technology, nor on its later announcement that it was developing a new type of centrifuge. The regime has also ignored IAEA requests about additional locations related to the manufacture of centrifuges and research and development on enrichment.

• Although Iran has stated that it is not working on reprocessing – which the IAEA confirmed, but only in the facilities it was permitted to inspect –the regime continues to work on heavy-water projects in violation of Security Council resolutions.

• Some activities at the Isfahan uranium conversion and fuel manufacturing facilities contravene Iran’s international obligations

• Under a section titled “Possible Military Dimensions,” the IAEA report refers to “new information recently received” as well as concerns “about the possible existence in Iran… of activities related to the development of a nuclear payload for a missile.”

This disturbing conclusion reinforces previous evidence that Iran is working hard to design a nuclear weapon small enough to fit on top of a missile less than three feet in diameter. It also suggests that Iran intends to design an implosion-type device, which is more challenging than the gun-type design used in the Hiroshima bomb and later developed by apartheid-era South Africa.

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Nuclear devices for missiles must also be more durable than those dropped from aircraft because they need to cope with the huge acceleration and high reentry temperatures associated with rocket launches.

The IAEA report also notes that Iran has had to delay the start-up of the Russiandesigned Bushehr civil nuclear power reactor because of unspecified problems requiring the unloading of the uranium fuel rods. The New York Times subsequently reported a problem with the reactor’s cooling pumps.

(Although Bushehr is not an immediate proliferation concern, its personnel need many of the same skills required for the controversial portions of Iran’s nuclear program.)

Tehran’s Nuclear Intentions

Iran’s nuclear progress has been extraordinarily slow.

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Using technology similar to Iran’s, Pakistan needed eight years to reach the testing stage in the 1970s and 1980s. Iran is believed to have been working on nuclear weapons since the mid-1980s, or roughly 25 years. Some of the delay can be attributed to poor administration, but the technical challenges and the disruption of needed imports of material and equipment have also contributed to the slowness. The reported, and perhaps unreported, incidents of sabotage have probably played a role as well.

The US sees this delay as confirmation that its sanctions policies are working, while also claiming that Tehran has yet to make a “strategic decision” on whether to move from the technical ability stage to actually making a testable device. Yet it is difficult to reach the same optimistic conclusion from reading the IAEA report, and it makes the deployment of USS Monterey seem unnecessary.

Much of the confidence that Iran remains unable to make a nuclear device rests on the knowledge that its IR-1 centrifuge has never been successfully used to make the required 90 percent HEU needed for a deliverable atomic bomb. Iran’s attempts to develop two new centrifuge types, known as IR-4 and IR-2M, could be beyond the regime’s technical skills. Given Tehran’s relations with Pyongyang, however, Iran could obtain access to advanced P-2 centrifuges, which were revealed to be operating in North Korea last year.

Pakistan has used this type of centrifuge to develop enough HEU for as many as 100 atomic bombs.

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Tehran is still refusing to engage in any meaningful dialogue with either the IAEA or the international community – the January talks in Istanbul between Iran and the P5+1 (US, Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany) failed to make any progress. Meanwhile its nuclear decision-making is likely being affected by the popular demonstrations sweeping the Arab world, which it probably sees as distracting Washington and weakening the US position in the region. The resultant higher oil prices will certainly compensate Iran for the effect of trade sanctions.

Both the IAEA report and the new NIE should serve as reminders not to become complacent about the threat of a nuclear Iran.

The writer is the Baker fellow and director of the Gulf and Energy Policy Program at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.

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