Islamic Antichrist And False Prophet Are On Their Way!


Pre-Antichrist Bahrain Struggle

Wake Up Little Sunni

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Wake Up

Shiite Majority desires to Erupt

But Sunni Neighbors Will Assist

National Interests in their Midst


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Iran’s current President is a “died in the wool” religious Islamic fanatic from the top of his head to the tip of his toes. The Apostle Paul was a “Hebrew of the Hebrews,” and President Ahmadinejad is truly a “Shiite of the Shiites.” He is locked in combat with the old conservative heads. They have run Iran since the revolution that overthrew the Shah of

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Iran. He is trying to slip new leaders and departments into his new government. He is trying to get younger key members of the extremists from his Revolutionary Guard into top positions of power, putting out the old leaders who have held power for so long over all governmental decisions. It appears he has another revolution in mind, one in which he has absolute power to form a very radical Islamic Republic to replace the current conservative one.

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I truly believe the religious extremism in the fanatical Shiite beliefs among their literal interpreters is going to unveil the antichrist among them. Both the Sunni and Shiite sects of the Muslim faith believe in a coming Al-Mahdi, which we would relate to by our looking forward to the return of our Messiah Jesus Christ.

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The major difference between the two sects of Sunni and Shiite, concerning the coming of their Messiah, the Al-Mahdi, it that the Sunni believe he is yet to be born, while the Shiites believe he has been hiding in a cave for some 1,100 years, but will soon come out to rule all Islam as the 12th Imam.

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Many of the local Imams across Iran and Iraq are preaching his coming is very soon, and a fever for his arrival is growing.

The President of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, is a Shiite religious literalist, who believes in the imminent return of the 12th Imam. His segment of the Shiite faith believes the 12th Imam went into hiding in the 9th century. The Sunni sect of Islam believes the Al-Mahdi, who is to arise and lead Islam to rule the world and establish a one-world Islamic religion, will be an ordinary man, born to an ordinary woman, and will live an ordinary life with the people of his time. But the Shiites under the same persuasion of their current President, believe that soon the 12th Imam, who disappeared mysteriously in the 9th century, will suddenly appear to lead the Shiites to victory over all enemies starting with the hypocrite mullahs and ending with the Jews.

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In the Shiite theology, believing in the Imams is the cornerstone of their faith. They believe the 12th Imam has been living in a cave for more than ten centuries, and that he will suddenly surface from his hiding place as their Mahdi, their Messiah, and will meet Jesus, the Son of Mary. They believe Jesus, the Prophet of Allah, will be second in command in that he will pray behind Al-Mahdi. They believe Allah will give their Al-Mahdi the ability to rule all Muslim nations with righteousness in the span of a night.

In the Shiite theology of the religious followers of the current President of Iran, the 12th Imam is still the sole source of legitimate power on the earth.

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I suspect a man will suddenly arise in Islam claim

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ing to be the 12th Imam. He will declare himself to have returned with the power of

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Allah but in reality, he will be the antichrist. Islamic writers indicate the signs in the next paragraph will precede the 12th Imam.

There are many signs that will precede him, a very important sign is that he will come at a time when there is great confutation, intense disputing, and violent deaths – when people are experiencing great fear. Calamities will fall upon people, so much that a man shall not find a shelter to shelter him self from oppression. There will be battles and conflicts before his appearance. The people will be troubled to such an extent that they will long for death.

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It is then that Imam will arise. The messenger of Allah said he will be sent at a time of intense disputes and differences among people amidst widespread earthquakes.

I believe the Islamic Al Mahdi is represented by bleeding Head 7 on the Revelation 13:1-3 Beast and the resurrected healed head on the Revelation 17:10-13 Beast. And I believe the one Muslims identify as Jesus Christ will be as phony as a three dollar bill, who in reality will be the False Prophet of Revelation 13:11-14 who, like Jesus, is able to perform miracles.

Revelation 13:1-3 – 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. [2] And the beast which I saw was like unto a leopard, and his feet were as the feet of a bear, and his mouth as the mouth of a lion: and the dragon gave him his power, and his seat, and great authority. [3] And I saw one of his heads as it were wounded to death; and his deadly wound was healed: and all the world wondered after the beast.

Revelation 13:11-14 – And I beheld another beast coming up out of the earth; and he had two horns like a lamb, and he spake as a dragon. [12] And he exerciseth all the power of the first beast before him, and causeth the earth and them which dwell therein to worship the first beast, whose deadly wound was healed. [13] And he doeth great wonders, so that he maketh fire come down from heaven on the earth in the sight of men, [14] And deceiveth them that dwell on the earth by the means of those miracles which he had power to do in the sight of the beast; saying to them that dwell on the earth, that they should make an image to the beast, which had the wound by a sword, and did live.

Revelation 17:10-13 – And there are seven kings: five are fallen, and one is, and the other is not yet come; and when he cometh, he must continue a short space. [11] And the beast that was, and is not, even he is the eighth, and is of the seven, and goeth into perdition. [12] 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.

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Shiite-led revolt awakens Bahrain Sunnis

Sunni community, shocked by most Shiites’ fanaticism, is determined to preserve its stake in Bahrain.

Middle East Online

By Ali Khalil – MANAMA

March 25, 2011

Bahrain’s Sunni minority has shed its reputation of steering clear of politics to emerge from the Shiite-led unrest as a community determined to preserve its stake in the Gulf state.

The pro-democracy uprising which erupted on February 14 after Arab revolts in Tunisia and Egypt toppled their long-serving strongmen was crushed on the streets of the Sunni-ruled kingdom’s capital last week.

But the threat of angry Shiites, who make up

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the majority, to bring down their Al-Khalifa rulers has put the Sunnis on the defensive and renewed their allegiance to the dynasty.

“There was a threat to the very existence of the Sunnis,” said prominent cleric Sheikh Abdullatif al-Mahmud, who whipped up Sunni opposition to the month-long uprising.

The cleric, who heads a newly formed National Unity Assembly (NUA), toured Sunni areas to hear the community’s grievances.

“There were (Shiite) calls to copy the model of Iraq. This is what agitated the Sunnis,” Mahmud said, in reference to the majority Shiites’ dominance in Iraq since the 2003 overthrow of president Saddam Hussein.

“The Sunnis have not become more sectarian. But the truth is that the Sunnis were shocked by the fanaticism expressed by most Shiites,” he said.

Bahrain Foreign Minister Sheikh Khaled bin Ahmad al-Khalifa warned in predominantly Sunni Turkey on Tuesday that the situation in Bahrain had turned “very dangerous.”

He voiced fears of a “division between religious communities.”

Although the Sunnis would support many of the mainstream opposition’s political demands, more radical Shiite elements stepped up demands to call for the overthrow of

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the monarchy.

“The opposition has adopted an aggressive approach,” he said.

The Shiites, however, insist on their Arab identity and that their links to their non-Arab neighbours in the Islamic republic across the Gulf waterway are based purely on religion.

“After February 14, the Sunnis suddenly found themselves facing a looming sectarian oppression if the regime were to be toppled and Shiites took over,” said Abdullah Hashem, a member of the hastily created NUA.

The opposition has long demanded constitutional reforms; mainly for the prime minister to be elected. But many protesters raised the stakes, calling for the kingdom to be turned into a republic.

“Today, radicalisation prevails across the Sunni community, from liberals to Islamists,” Hashem said.

He said the Sunnis wanted to establish a political movement, after the protest movement — unprecedented in the conservative Arab states of the oil-rich Gulf — had shown the Shiites to be highly organised.

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The Al-Khalifa family had for decades “marginalised” Bahrain’s Sunnis, according to Hashem.

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“The regime always felt that the danger would come from the Sunni side not the Shiites,” he said, referring to waves of Arab nationalism which threatened the Gulf monarchies in the 1950s and 1960s.

The Al-Khalifa dynasty, who has ruled Bahrain for more than 200 years, had Sunni anger on its side when it crushed the uprising, backed by a joint force from fellow Sunni monarchies in the Gulf.

When the protest spread from its Pearl Square camp to the central business district of Manama in the absence of police, Sunnis formed local vigilante groups.

“As police were not able to provide security, local committees were formed to protect the street,” Mahmud said.

Following reports of sectarian incidents in mixed neighbourhoods and at Bahrain University, Shiites said thugs backed by security forces were at fault; Sunnis pinned the blame on Shiite gangs bussed in to attack Sunni students.

“Sunnis are not sectarian, but the other side is. Sunnis found themselves forced to defend their very existence. We hope we will overcome this phase, but the shock is not that easy to forget,” Mahmud said.

Opposition member Matar Matar, one of 18 Shiite MPs who resigned last month in protest at police violence, acknowledged Sunni concerns but insisted they were “hugely inflated” by the authorities.

“I cannot believe that most Sunnis were in favour of the bloody action that the government chose to end the protest” at a cost of at least 15 lives, he said. Many Sunnis had backed Shiite demands for reform, he added.

“The Bahraini people want to take some power away from the ruling family.

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Instead of saying clearly that they do not want to give up power, the ruling family claims it’s the Sunnis who are the ones who refuse,” he said.

Hashem agreed reforms were essential. “We want to reach solutions that are accepted by all. We have an agenda that is similar to that of our Shiite brothers,” he said.

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