Tag Archives: Middle East

Mecca Crane Collapse on 9/11

On the eve of the 14th anniversary of 9/11 a rainbow appeared over NYC which to many observers began or ended at Ground Zero or the One World Trade tower. The following day on 9/11 a lightning strike sent a Bin Laden company crane crashing through the roof of the Masjid al-Haram the most of holy of Islamic Mosques in Mecca.

The irony is thick; I stand back in amazement.

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September

And they had a king over them, which is the angel of the bottomless pit, whose name in the Hebrew tongue is Abaddon, but in the Greek tongue hath his name Apollyon.

Revelation 9:11

September has arrived again. A month I look forward to because I’m an NFL fan, but also a month that brings with it the anniversary of 9/11.  I lost a close family member on that day, and no matter how many years pile up between then and now, I find myself reliving those feelings and memories. I’ve been told a few times to forget 9/11 and put it behind me, but to me that’s akin to forcing yourself to forget a murdered family member, and many other Americans. The perpetrators have escaped justice, and they are still on the loose fulfilling their agenda.

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Iraq’s Rambo – Abu Azrael

I’ll let the video speak for itself, but there are many layers of meaning and consequence in what it presents.

It’s clear the American adventure in Iraq has been a complete failure. The result has been an increased Iranian presence, and an expanding religious war between Sunni and Shiah. Love him or hate him; Saddam Hussein kept these two halves of Islam at bay. The mess which has engulfed Iraq will duplicate itself in Syria once Bashar al-Assad falls to ISIS in Damascus.

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Saudi Arabia and the Arab Army

Saudi Arabian warplanes have conducted a third night of airstrikes and pounded the Houthi rebels in Sana, Yemen.  Saudi Arabia’s determined to prevent the rebels from crossing into the Kingdom, and gaining a stronger foothold in the western half of Yemen.  Only a ground invasion at this time can change the tide in favor of the newly formed Arab army.  There is a complication however in this new proxy war,  because Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula is still in operation.

I’m will break down the alliances which are forming for this potential Middle Eastern Holy war.

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ISIS? Who are they, and who is funding them?

I was planning to write-up and article on just who and what ISIS are, but I found a special report from Infowars on the very subject which was very well done.  I’ll embed the video at the end of the post.

A few questions.

Why hasn’t ISIS been stopped?

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ISIS declares the Islamic Caliphate

ISIS announced today they have named Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as “the caliph” of their new state and the “leader for Muslims everywhere”.   They also requested they should no longer be known as ISIS or ISIL, but simply as ‘The Islamic State’.

According to Russia Today:

This is the first time since the fall of the Ottoman Empire in 1923 that a Caliph – which means a political successor to Prophet Muhammad – has been declared. The decision was made following the group’s Shura Council meeting on Sunday, according to ISIS spokesman Abu Mohammed al-Adnani.

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