By Theodore Shoebat
The fiery river of the Islamic heresy is about to erupt, and the holders of the Cross will be the greatest sufferers. Turkey is fiercely accentuating and intensifying their call for military intervention against Syria.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan made this demand quite clear when he stated:
A limited intervention against Syria won’t satisfy us. It should be like in Kosovo. You can’t come, hit for a day or two and leave. It must lead to surrender of the regime.
He then said that Turkey is ”ready to take part in any kind of coalition against Syria.” On September 16th the Turks shot down a Syrian helicopter when it was just 2 minutes in Turkish airspace. Turkey admitted that they attacked “hastily,” and Syria’s official news agency, SANA, pointed out that this is ”proof of real intention of the Erdogan government to escalate tensions on the border of two countries.”
Turkey, like America, has been providing substantial amounts of weaponry to the jihadists for their violent incursions in Syria, which would include slaughtering Christians. The former Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey and a close friend of Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Abdullatif Sener, made a very revealing statement in which he said:
The Erdogan government has sent a large volume of heavy weapons to the terrorist group, the al-Nusra Front, affiliated to the al-Qaeda in Syria and this is while even the US has listed the al-Nusra as a terrorist group
Reports inform us that the the Turkish capital city of Ankara has sent 400 tons of arms, provided by gulf states, to the murderous jihadists. Just recently, the Syrian military destroyed numerous trucks, which were filled with weapons in Turkey, on al-Raqqah-Aleppo road in al-Wazih, al-Atareb and Oroum al-Soqra districts.
From all of this, it is obvious that Turkey is provoking and providing for, the supplanting of the Assad regime, in favor of the terrorists, and ultimately, for the utter destruction of Christianity in the Middle East. Now all of the signs are leading to NATO getting in intervention in Syria. NATO’s secretary general, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, made the prospect for a military strike quite clear, when he said that
military option should still be on the table, because I think it can underpin a diplomatic and political process
He affirmed that a physical attack, on the part of NATO, would not be possible unless one of its members, such as Turkey, was attacked. This indicates that Turkey will be looking for any reason to convince NATO to intervene. With this in mind, expect Turkey to find an excuse to justify an attack on Syria. It is the nation of antichrist, and is continuously pursuing and conniving for the slaughter of the saints.