Rise of the Islamic Antichrist North of Israel Prior to 2015!

Rise of the Islamic Antichrist North of Israel Prior to 2015

‘Will Most Likely Be In The Area Of ‘The Greater Syria’

But I do not believe Bashar Assad is the Antichrist

And watch for his replacement by that Wicked

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Archive Excerpts after Reuters News Tell

WHY I’ve Watched SYRIA FOR 36 Years

And Bashar Assad for some 11 Years

I’ve said since he became President

‘Wicked’ One is likely to follow Him!

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March 25, 2011


II Thessalonians 2:8 – 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:

Revelation 19:19,20 –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.

Syria has shut down the internet as the riots continue in southern Syria.

Please take the time to consider the Archive Material I’ve added following the two current excerpts from BBC News and Reuters.

I believe Bashar Assad will be replaced either in a bloodless coup or assassinated before 2015, and his eventual replacement is likely to be the Antichrist.

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Begin Excerpt 1 from BBC News

Syria crisis: Can reforms appease protesters?

By Jim Muir BBC News

March 24, 2011

Under pressure from events in the southern city of Deraa that are threatening to spiral out of control, President Bashar al-Assad and his Baathist government have come up with a wide range of conciliatory decisions and promises that look good on paper.

The question is how solid they turn out to be, and whether they are in time to head off the kind of uprising that has already unseated two of the region’s long-standing regimes – in Egypt and Tunisia – and that is knocking loudly on the doors of many others.

The first test of the credibility and effectiveness of the new measures will come after noon prayers on Friday, when activists have called for a day of “dignity” to carry the Deraa protests on to the national stage.

As the measures were being announced, government security forces were swamping the streets of Deraa, where by most accounts dozens of people have been shot dead in the past few days.

Scores of other political dissidents, including writers and democracy and internet activists, were also reported to have been arrested by the secret police in Damascus and other Syrian cities and towns.

But Syrian television announced late on Thursday that on President Assad’s orders, all those detained during the recent events had been released.

Opposition circles were initially sceptical about the official decisions, announced by spokeswoman Bouthaina Shaaban after meetings of the ruling Baath Party’s national command, headed by President Assad.

They ended a 36-hour period of near-silence from officials and the state media over the Deraa affair and its fallout, reflecting the fact that much discussion was going on behind the scenes over how to handle the crisis.

The measures announced fell into three categories – steps to placate the people of Deraa; measures aimed at addressing general economic conditions and grievances, and others designed to meet demands for greater political and press freedoms and put an end to corruption.

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It was in the realms of political freedoms that Ms Shaaban announced decisions that would have brought gasps of disbelief just a few weeks ago”

End Quote”

On Deraa, Ms Shaaban announced the formation of a senior leadership committee to work with the people of the city to find out what happened, and bring to account officials responsible for the crisis or those who fell short in handling it.

She spoke of “dealing with the outcome in line with the legitimate demands of the citizens”.

Earlier, it was announced that President Assad had issued a decree ordering the dismissal of the deeply unpopular Deraa governor, Feisal Kalthoum – one of the protesters’ key demands.

Another decree was issued modifying laws relating to property ownership in border areas, apparently to meet complaints by Deraa people that land could not be bought or sold without going through the local secret police.

Whether these steps succeed in defusing the situation in Deraa will clearly depend on how seriously they are followed up – if it is not already too late.

At the same time as referring to local demands as “legitimate”, Ms Shaaban and the state media have continued to blame “armed gangs” and Israeli intelligence for stirring up the trouble.

But she insisted that President Assad had issued orders for live ammunition not to be used against protesters, and implied that forces on the ground may have flouted instructions.

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Clearly aware of the broad range of grievances that have fuelled uprisings throughout the Arab world, the measures included a detailed decree issued by President Assad ordering wage rises of 20-30% for public sector workers and other benefits, including health cover.

But it was in the realms of political freedoms that Ms Shaaban announced decisions that would have brought gasps of disbelief just a few weeks ago.

Begin Excerpt 2 from Reuters

Syria opposition dismiss Assad response to protests


03/24/2011 19:46

DAMASCUS – Senior opposition figures dismissed on Thursday a committee formed by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in reaction to mass protests in the south of Syria as falling short of the aspirations of the Syrian people.

Top dissidents in Syria and in exile said Assad failed to take immediate measures to meet growing demands to free thousands of political prisoners, allow freedom of expression and assembly and scrap emergency law that govern Syria, giving the security apparatus a free reign.



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.

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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.

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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. 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.

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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.

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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.
(1) Scrap your long-range missile program.

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(2) Scrap your WMD program.
(3) Drive all the terrorist groups out of Syria.

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(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.

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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. 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.


Syria’s Assad made his End Time Choice Long Ago

Since that time Syria has played a game of Deception

Syria is now entering into the final phase of a Deception

Syria’s time has come and it is likely to end in war by 2015

April 19, 2010


I have taught for 35 years that the final war of the Age of the Gentiles would begin by Syria (King of the North) deliberately having an act performed, which irritated Israel (King of the South) sufficiently to push across the border into Lebanon. And when this occurred Syria, along with Islamic troops from several Islamic nations and terrorist groups, would charge against Israel in a whirlwind counterattack, which would drive Israel into the Negev Wilderness.

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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. [41] He shall enter also into the glorious land, and many countries shall be overthrown: but these shall escape out of his hand, even Edom, and Moab, and the chief of the children of Ammon.

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The two excerpts from the Khaleej Times, which follow our October 2008 Blog, lend credence to what I have stated up to this point.


Syria and Hezbollah are seeking an Excuse

To invade northern Lebanon and fully Control

Everything within the boundaries of all of Lebanon

From Russian Ports of Syria to the land of the Israelis!

October 22, 2008


Ever since the great ancient wars between the Syrian kings of the north and the Egyptian kings of the south, which began during the days of the breakup of the empire of Alexander the Great, there has been constant struggle for land expansion from Turkey to Egypt.

Until 1920, “Syria” referred to a region much larger than the Syrian Arab Republic of today, a region that stretched from the borders of Anatolia to those of Egypt, from the edge of Iraq to the Mediterranean Sea. In terms of today’s states, the Syria of old comprised Syria, Lebanon, Israel, and Jordan, plus the Gaza Strip and Alexandretta. This larger land, known since 1920 as Greater Syria, is what they dream of reclaiming.

The two Syrian ports, now being utilized by Russian Ships, are located between the northern border of Lebanon and Turkey. This makes it very important for Syria and Hezbollah to control all parts of northern Lebanon, which has always been the location of their major opposition, being the stronghold of anti-Syrian sentiment. As far as Syrian plans are concerned, it is a well known fact that Syria will always consider the small country of Lebanon as “Greater Syria.” Nothing, including the establishment of a Syrian Embassy in Lebanon, will ever change this Syrian belief. Lebanon will be one of the ten horns on the Islamic beast (Daniel 7) when they stream south to attack Israel (King of the South in Daniel 11). I believe this attack is likely to occur at some point in time between 2010 and 2015.


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