North and South Middle East War Confederations are Now Beginning to Form for Future War after Obama leaves Office – Part 1



October 29, 2013

Syrian President Bashar Assad is likely to be assassinated before the end of President Obama’s reign. After his assassination the Assyrian Antichrist will rise to power in Greater Syria to eventually attack Israel to begin the final Mid-East war. (See Archive Prophecy Updates 62,63,64,65,66,67,68 & 69.)

Daniel’s victorious King of the North, after driving Israel into the vast Negev, will eventually rule over a caliphate confederation of Islamic Nations.

Countries in his initial confederation will include Morocco, Algeria, Tunis, Libya, Sudan, Iran, Iraq, Turkey, Syria, and Lebanon. (I have listed them as such for more than 30 years)

Daniel’s defeated King of the South, and an Islamic Nations confederation that fears the northern confederation, will fall to King of the North and his confederation.

The King of the Southern Kingdom is Israel, and she will be confined in the Negev for some 3 and ½ years.

Islamic Countries in initial Southern confederation will be overrun and occupied by the King of the North for the entire tribulation period.

Countries in the Southern confederation will include Jordan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and a few small countries attached on to the shoreline of the Arabian Peninsula (I have listed them as such for more than 30 years).

Daniel 11:40 to 12:1 – 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. [42] He shall stretch forth his hand also upon the countries: and the land 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. [44] But tidings out of the east and out of the north shall trouble him: therefore he shall go forth with great fury to destroy, and utterly to make away many. [45] And he shall plant the tabernacles of his palace between the seas in the glorious holy mountain; yet he shall come to his end, and none shall help him. [12] And at that time shall Michael stand up, the great prince which standeth for the children of thy people: and there shall be a time of trouble, such as never was since there was a nation even to that same time: and at that time thy people shall be delivered, every one that shall be found written in the book.

Begin Excerpt 1 – UK Telegraph

Syrian Rebels Reject Plans for Geneva Peace Conference

Ruth Sherlock

October 28, 2013

UK Telegraph (Via Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs/Daily Alert)

19 of the most powerful rebel fighting groups in Syria have rejected a planned peace conference in Geneva, accusing the country’s political opposition of “treason” if they take part. The document, signed by 19 Islamist rebel groups, including the four strongest fighting forces in the country, called Geneva a “betrayal.” (Telegraph-UK)

Begin Excerpt 2 – MEMRI

Middle East Media Review Institute

Special Dispatch No. 5502

October 28, 2013

Former Saudi Ambassador To Washington Turki Al-Faisal: If Iran Acquires Nuclear Weapons, The GCC Should Consider Acquiring A ‘Nuclear Deterrent’ Of Its Own; ‘The Shameful Way That The World Community Accepts The Impunity Of The Butcher Of Syria Is A Blot On The Conscience Of The World’

Speaking in English at the Annual Arab-U.S. Policymakers Conference in Washington D.C., held October 22-23, 2013 by the National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations, former Saudi Ambassador to the U.S. and former intelligence chief Prince Turki Al-Faisal spoke out on a range of topics. Harshly criticizing the international community’s soft stance on the crisis in Syria, which he called “shameful” and a “blot on the conscience of the world,” he said that the dismantling of the Syrian regime’s chemical weapons would not end the butchering of the Syrian people. He also condemned the U.S.’s “lamentable” stance vis-à-vis Syria, stressing that the killing machine of Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad must be stopped by any means, including via targeted strikes on his air force and command and control centers.

Regarding Iran, he expressed concern that the moderate rhetoric of Iranian President Hassan Rohani could be dashed on the rocks of Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei’s extremism. Reiterating the Saudi opposition to a nuclear Iran, he said that the sanctions alone are not deterring the Iranian leadership from reaching its goal. He condemned Iran’s intervention in the counties of the region – Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, and Bahrain – and noted that it is due to Iran’s involvement in Iraq that Saudi Arabia has no ambassador there, and that his country would never let Iran take power in Bahrain. As for Lebanon, he accused Hizbullah of endangering the country’s very foundations so as to keep the Syrian regime in power, and called to hold Hizbullah’s leadership to account for assassinations in Lebanon.

On Al-Qaeda’s increasing presence in Yemen, Al-Faisal noted his concern and stressed that Saudi Arabia is cooperating with the world in its war against this. He explained his country’s stance on the events in Egypt, emphasizing that it fully supports the current regime there, and that the substantial economic aid it is providing it contrasts starkly with the conditional loans promised by the West that are under constant threat of suspension.

Finally, he addressed Saudi Arabia’s rejection of a seat in the U.N. Security Council, saying that the country chose to do this because the Security Council is not fulfilling its commitments as set out in its charter – that is, it is not taking effective measures to remove threats to world peace and to suppress aggression like that of Israel, Iran, and the Syrian regime.

The following are excerpts from Al-Faisal’s speech, as published on the website of the National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations.

“Sanctions Alone Are Not Deterring The Iranian Leadership From Reaching Its Goal”

“…The first issue [I shall address], without preference to any prioritizing, is Iran. Since the Iranian revolution, the leadership there has assumed a pugilist’s stance towards the world community, and we assume an embracing stance. While Saudi Arabia has the world’s greatest petroleum reserves, Iran has the second. Saudi Arabia is Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and the birthplace of Islam, and as such it is the eminent leader of the wider Muslim world. Iran portrays itself as the leader of not just the minority Shiite world, but of all Muslim revolutionaries interested in standing up to the West.

“In addition to these differences, Saudi Arabia has two other concerns about Iran. First, it is in our interest that the Iranian leadership does not develop a nuclear weapon, for their doing so will make nuclear arms proliferation in the Middle East the norm. I have suggested that the Gulf Cooperation Council members should carefully weigh all options, including acquiring a nuclear deterrent, if the Iranian leadership succeed in building a nuclear weapon. This is why, through various initiatives, we are sending messages to them that it is their right, as it is any nation’s right, and as we ourselves are doing, to develop a civilian nuclear program, but that trying to parlay that program into nuclear weapons is a dead end, and that wiser choices will result in wider riches. A Zone Free of Weapons of Mass Destruction is the best means to get Iran and Israel to give up nuclear weapons. Such a Zone must be accompanied by a rewards regime that provides economic and technical support for countries that join, plus a nuclear security umbrella guaranteed by the permanent members of the Security Council. It should include a sanctions regime that puts economic and political sanctions on countries that don’t join, plus military sanctions against those countries that try to develop weapons of mass destruction, also guaranteed by the permanent members of the Security Council. Sanctions alone are not deterring the Iranian leadership from reaching its goal. I also heartily agree with those in the international community who possess the blessed wisdom to know that unilateral military strikes would be catastrophic. Alas, with Netanyahu observing Mr. Obama’s lamentable conduct in Syria, he may opt for a unilateral strike in spite of the dire consequences. The Iranian leadership will welcome such a strike and may provoke it. After Rohani’s sweet talk and Obama’s open arms approach to him, the Iranian people will certainly rally behind their leadership.”

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