A Tribulation Charge Across the Northern Sinai by Greater Syria Horns!

A Tribulation Period Charge across Northern Sinai by Greater Syria Horns

March 30, 2012


When the Antichrist bypasses the IDF in the Negev after a truce is declared with Israel, the 10 toed forces of the Greater Syrian Antichrist will charge west across to take control of the Suez Canal and to conquer Egypt.  The Egyptian Army consists of approximately 468,500 in Active Military Personnel and 479,000 in Active Military Reserve. Antichrist will move rapidly along the northern and eastern coastlines of Egypt and the Islamists, backed by the Muslim Brotherhood, from the Egyptian army from within, such that the land of Egypt will be quickly subdued, and Israel will remained trapped under a hudna (truce) in the Negev for some 3 and ½ prophetic years.  During these 3 and ½ years the Islamic Antichrist will build the largest Islamic Caliphate in history, and its Capital will be at Cairo.   

Daniel 11:41-43 – 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. [42] He shall stretch forth his hand also upon the countries: and the l

and of Egypt shall not escape. [43] But he shall have power over the treasures of gold and of silver, and over all the precious things of Egypt: and the Libyans and the Ethiopians shall be at his steps.

While Israel remains surrounded in the Negev Wilderness for some 1260 days after the United Nations brokers a truce or hudna agreed to by Islam and Israel, the Antichrist will continue his military conquests.  He will conquer Egypt, establish his capital at Cairo, and begin to establish a new Caliphate across all of Africa north and west of the Sahara Desert, all of the Middle East south of the Black Sea, all the land to the south and west of a line from Georgia to Kyrgyzstan to Karachi, and all of Indonesia.

Daniel 11:41 – 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.

The ancient boil of conflict between the descendants of Jacob, Ishmael, and the six sons of Keturah, with all its internal blend of impurities, is finally coming to a head in the Middle East. The existing world mindset toward peace will be shattered suddenly by a rapid blitzkrieg attack from the north by Syria.  In league with Syria will be Lebanon, Iraq, Iran, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Sudan, Morocco, and Turkey. 

Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, and Iran will move rapidly southward through the “glorious land” of Israel like a fast moving thunderstorm, bypassing the land where the people of Moab, Ammon, and Edom were settled when Daniel wrote his prophecies in about 600 B.C.  The descendants of Edom (Jacob’s brother), and Ammon and Moab (the sons of Lot), as found on every published map for this time period, were settled immediately to the southeast, east, and northeast of the Dead Sea, precisely in the country we know as Jordan today.  Hence, we can know that the antichrist will bypass Jordan as he moves south through Israel.  Why would he bypass Jordan?  She has no strategic, political, or economic advantage to offer him, but the Suez Canal and Egypt do, so he will head southwest toward that area after having driven the woman Israel into the Negev Wilderness south of Beersheba.  Additionally, I am convinced when he first enters the glorious land, the Palestinian terror groups in Jordan will rise up against the King, and overthrow the monarchy.

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.

Daniel 11:42 – He shall stretch forth his hand also upon the countries: and the land of Egypt shall not escape.

The political, geophysical, and military positioning of Syria, Iran, and Iraq, from a prospective of having world influence, literally stinks.  But the position of Egypt’s Suez Canal, and Cairo, her capital, is outstanding.  The antichrist is supposed to be a man of genius in all areas.  That being the case, he would be worse than a military academy dropout were he not to take the Suez Canal, and then make Cairo his empire’s capital. 

Daniel 11:43 – But he shall have power over the treasures of gold and of silver, and over all the precious things of Egypt: and the Libyans and the Ethiopians shall be at his steps.

The three most “precious things” in Egypt are:  the Suez Canal, the Nile River and its Delta, and Cairo, its capital.  He will conquer the Suez Canal zone and all of Egypt.  So just what is Egypt?  Many are inclined to establish it as the land bordered on the north by the Mediterranean Sea, on the west by Libya, on the south by Sudan, on the southeast by the Red Sea, and on the northeast by its Sinai border with Gaza and Israel’s Negev. And, geographically, that is quite correct.  However, in reality, that is not Egypt.  The real Egypt, where her people live, is much, much, smaller.  Egypt is the land along her north and east coastlines up to about two miles inland, the Nile Delta, and the land along the Nile River extending about fifteen miles either side of its banks.

The antichrist will send messages to leaders of two of the original 10 nations confederated with him, namely Libya and Sudan, requesting them to mass their troops along the northern coastal border with Libya, and along the border where the Nile enters Egypt from Sudan.  This will cause the diversion of some Egyptian troops away from Cairo and the Suez Canal in order to protect their western and southern borders.  And this will allow the antichrist to rapidly push across the Suez Canal into Cairo and along her western and eastern coastlines, then to quickly progress southward down the Nile with little resistance. I believe he will control Egypt within two weeks after he reaches the Suez Canal.

Once he has conquered Egypt, he will make an assessment of his geopolitical position.  After having done so, he would be a military fool to return to his home country. He will establish his capital at Cairo, and will remain there for more than three years.  After three years he will receive news that causes him to quickly return to Jerusalem.  If a military leader plans to put down his roots for a while, what would be one of his major concerns?  The relationship he has with the rulers of the nations that are on his immediate borders.  That is, how sure he is they will not pull a surprise attack on him.  So, through the prestigious position he has gained in the eyes of the Islamic world by this time, it will allow him to use the terrorist groups, already in Sudan and Libya, to overthrow their leaders, and in their place to install two of his stooges, where they will remain in control for some three years.  He will already have plucked up the ruler of Lebanon, and replaced him with a stooge.  It will surprise me if Lebanon, Sudan, and Libya are not the countries from which his stooges will rule.

Daniel 7:7,24 – I considered the horns, and, behold, there came up among them another little horn, before whom there were THREE of the FIRST horns plucked up by the roots: and, behold, in this horn were eyes like the eyes of man, and a mouth speaking great things. [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.

I believe the kings (rulers) of Lebanon, Libya, and Sudan will be subdued by being personally plucked up by the roots out of their positions of leadership in their own countries, and replaced by puppet rulers who do exactly as the antichrist directs.

Daniel 11:43 – But he shall have power over the treasures of gold and of silver, and over all the precious things of Egypt: and the Libyans and the Ethiopians shall be at his steps.

“At his steps” means “companionship” (Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance & Wilson’s O.T. Word Studies).  This expression also appears in Judges 4:10, where it appears as “at his feet.”

Judges 4:10 – And Barak called Zebulun and Naphtali to Kedesh; and he went up with ten thousand men at his feet: and Deborah went up with him.

It represents an Old Testament word picture of a conquered leader or country laying yearly tribute payments before the king of the conquering country, who is setting on his throne, and the tribute is being placed at his feet on the steps leading up to his throne.   So I believe the antichrist will place his puppet rulers on the thrones of Lebanon, Syria, and Sudan as those who are in “companionship” with him.


After the Antichrist conquers Egypt the initial ten Islamic countries that supported him will be quickly joined by a multiplicity of Islamic nations.  His great Caliphate will include Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Sudan, all the countries that make up the Saudi Arabian Peninsula, Israel north of Beersheba, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, many of the southern states of the former Soviet Union with large Arab populations, Iraq, Iran, Kuwait, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. Having gone to military schools, lived among, worked with, and trained those of the Islamic faith as a much younger man, plus being familiar with prophecy since my youth, I have not only been waiting for many years for the true Messiah, Jesus Christ, but I have also been waiting for the arrival of the 12th Imam on the scene prior to the arrival of Jesus.  I have long believed the 12th Imam Mahdi will be the 11th horn of Daniel 7, and the first beast of John’s Revelation 13.  His coming is the great hope of all Islam.  The Iranian President is a fanatical believer of his coming, and believes Mahdi will cause universal acceptance of Allah.

I believe his Caliphate Kingdom will have Cairo as its capital.

For more than three years, with the Suez Canal under his control, he will gain worldwide recognition and acclaim in his capital city of Cairo.  Israel will be trapped in the Negev for more than three years (See previous updates), and stability will have come to the troubled Middle East.  He will supposedly have done what all nations say they are seeking, that is, brought stability to the Middle East.  But, during last year of his rule as Caliph, something will cause him to quickly head for Jerusalem.

Begin Excerpt 1 from the Miami Herald via World News

Muslim Brotherhood clashes with Egypt’s military rulers

March 29, 2013


By Mahannad Sabry (McClatchy Newspapers)

CAIRO — Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood has launched an all-out verbal assault on the country’s military rulers in what many fear could become a confrontation that threatens the country’s political reforms, including its new Parliament.

The Brotherhood, which has emerged as Egypt’s pre-eminent political group in the year since President Hosni Mubarak was toppled, opened the attack Saturday with a posting on its website that blamed the ruling Supreme Council of the Armed Forces for the nation’s deteriorating condition and accused it of hindering revolutionary efforts.

The statement voiced particular anger at the council for saying that it wouldn’t recognize efforts by the Brotherhood-dominated Parliament to remove the council-appointed government of Prime Minister Kamal el-Ganzouri. The Brotherhood accused the generals of “granting immunity to a failed government against a no-confidence vote by the Parliament.”

“Is this an attempt to abort the revolution, or is it an intention to defraud the upcoming presidential elections?” the statement said.

Among the government’s failures, the Brotherhood said, was allowing Americans working for civil society organizations to leave the country even though they were charged with a crime, and not retrieving stolen government money stored in foreign banks.

The Brotherhood’s political arm, the Freedom and Justice Party, threatened to “mobilize millions in protests to overthrow the government.”

The council’s head, Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, denounced the Brotherhood in a statement read on state television.

“Questioning the intentions and integrity of the coming presidential elections is nothing but defamation that tends to forget that the armed forces planned and executed the parliamentary elections with all transparency and fairness,” Tantawi’s statement said.

The confrontation between Egypt’s military rulers and the Brotherhood is developing as it becomes clear that the Brotherhood is by far the dominant political force in Egypt.

In addition to controlling 47 percent of the Parliament’s seats, it and the conservative Nour party hold 65 percent of the seats on the newly formed commission that will draft a new constitution.

Just two weeks ago, the Brotherhood said it was considering nominating a candidate for president, something it had said previously that it wouldn’t do. If it does name a candidate for the May 23 vote, few here would bet against its nominee.

“The honeymoon between the Muslim Brotherhood and the military rulers has come to an end, especially after the Brotherhood showed its real intention of taking full control of the Parliament, the constitution and the presidency, if they can,” said Emad Gad, a Coptic Christian member of Parliament. Gad, a member of the constitutional commission, has said he’ll boycott it because of the Islamist dominance.

“After praising each other for months,” Gad said, referring to the Brotherhood and the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, “we are witnessing their public clashes because they both want individual control, not a democracy.”

Several Egyptian politicians said dissolution of Parliament was one possible outcome of the clash, with the military seeking such a move through the courts.

With both sides threatening to summon millions of supporters to the streets, there’s a possibility of a dangerous escalation, said Mohamed Farahat, a specialist in Islamist movements at the Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies.

He said the two sides probably would hold “a behind-the-scenes dialogue and resolve their differences or gear up and confront each other.”

He said a court filing by political figures seeking the dissolution of the Parliament was particularly threatening, because the country’s most powerful judges felt insulted by the Brotherhood’s statement, which accused them of doing the military’s bidding.

An angry verdict could dissolve the Parliament in a matter of days, he said.

“If the Parliament is dissolved,” Farahat said, “we will be back to what we demanded months ago: a president, a Parliament and then a constitution.”

(Sabry is a McClatchy special correspondent.)

Begin Excerpt 2 from the Herald Online via World News

March 27, 2011

Published: Tuesday, Mar. 27, 2012 / Updated: Tuesday, Mar. 27, 2012 06:28 PM

Egypt‘s crisis deepens as non-Islamists boycott writing a constitution

By MOHANNAD SABRY – McClatchy Newspapers

CAIRO — A standoff between Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood and the country’s military rulers deepened Tuesday as dozens of non-Islamist politicians said they would boycott the writing of a new constitution because Islamists dominate the panel selected to draft the document.

Some politicians called for the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, Egypt’s ruling authority, to dissolve the panel, a move that would be certain to exacerbate tension between the Muslim Brotherhood, which dominates the country’s new Parliament, and the military, which already has rejected Brotherhood efforts to dissolve the military-appointed Cabinet.

The Brotherhood and its conservative allies in Parliament last week selected a largely Islamist bloc to write the constitution.

“We do not want to partake in deceiving the Egyptian people,” Ahmed Said, head of the Free Egyptians Party, the largest liberal bloc in Parliament, said in explaining his party’s decision to boycott the drafting of the constitution.

He accused the Parliament’s Islamist faction of giving “itself the right to monopolize writing the constitution and excluding the rest of the Egyptian community.”

Sameh Ashour, a prominent lawyer and head of the Lawyers Syndicate, called on the military to act.

“As rulers of the state, the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces has to interfere and protect the country,” he said. Ashour said the crisis comes from having selected a Parliament before a constitution had been written.

“The question is: Do we want a constitution that satisfies the public or one monopolized by the Parliament’s majority?” he asked.

The selection over the weekend of a mostly Islamist panel to draft the new constitution brought to a head what has been the dominant concern of liberals and other political groups in Egypt since the toppling last year of President Hosni Mubarak: What role the Muslim Brotherhood and other conservative Islamist factions would have in setting the pace for Egypt’s political developments.

The Brotherhood, which was effectively banned during Mubarak’s 30-year reign, had been careful to walk a moderate path, offering only muted criticism of the country’s military government and pledging not to nominate its own candidate in the upcoming presidential elections, now scheduled for May 23.

But two weeks ago, the Brotherhood, which controls 47 percent of the seats in the Parliament elected earlier this year, said it might in fact name a candidate for president. Then came the selection of

the constitution commission.

On Saturday, Parliament named the panel’s 50 members, handing 25 seats to the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party, 11 seats to the Nour Party, which draws its membership from the puritanical Salafist strain of Islam, and 14 seats to the remaining political parties and independent parliamentarians. That division gave Islamist members of Parliament control of 72 percent of the commission’s seats.

There’s was no clear outcome to the political crisis. Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, head of the ruling military council, met with the heads of the 19 political parties represented in the Parliament. Egyptian Chief of Staff Gen. Sami Anan also attended the meeting. There was no word on what was said at the meeting.

Already, groups opposed to the Islamist dominance of the constitutional commission have asked a court to dissolve the panel. Judge Ali al-Fikri, head of Egypt’s Administrative Courts, on Tuesday postponed a verdict until April 10.

Emad Gad, a Coptic Christian member of Parliament and a member of its foreign affairs committee, slammed the Muslim Brotherhood and its Freedom and Justice political wing. He warned Egypt’s foreign partners to beware of an Islamist takeover of Egypt’s government, which he said “imposes a direct threat to our foreign policy and relations with the international community.”

“The West shouldn’t wait for the constitution to understand the future,” Gad said.

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