By Walid Shoebat
said the Islamic State (ISIS) “is Satan,” and he also questioned the lack of response from Western nations.ell-known Roman Catholic exorcist Father Gabriele Amorth
Such demonic infestations is not only a phenomenon in ISIS controlled areas. Exorcist Father José Antonio Fortea said that the Vatican is concerned about the entire nation of Mexico which has become a breeding ground of demonic manifestations that gives birth to some of the most violent people. The problem of violence entering from Mexico to the U.S. has become a serious issue which Donald Trump is leading the war to build a massive wall in order to prevent drug-related crimes coming from all the trouble in Mexico.
The war between saint and devil has become a reality that is now difficult to ignore. Shoebat.com reported the persecution and killing of saints by ISIS and drug cartels has reached a worldwide epidemic. Even the secular government like the FBI are not denying the spiritual connection reported that the drug problem stems from the veneration of Santa Muerte which they say is often affiliated with drug cartels in addition to its affiliation with homosexuals, bisexuals, transsexuals and transvestites. Church officials have condemned it as “the worship of death” and thus blasphemous while ISIS and Islam teaches “we love death as you love wine” 
In reality, the manifestations show very little difference in all cults that claim to connect with Christian roots which the Church warns are rooted in the devil. The FBI reported that:
Evidence suggests that the numbers of defections to the cults that worship a perverted Christian god (e.g., La Familia Michoacana and Los Caballeros Templarios) and the various unsanctioned saints (e.g., Jesús Malverde, Juan Soldado, and Santa Muerte) have grown for years.
From the Middle East to Africa, Central America to Mexico where this phenomenon is entering the United States borders, this infestation is becoming a daily reality which the FBI reports is related to a perverted view of the Christian God.
Allah, as Islam describes being “the god of this world and the underworld” who rules over the two worlds “multitudes of people and demons” (Qur’an 69:43). Islam claims that this Allah is the true biblical God while such attributes are of Lucifer whom the Bible warned is “the god of this world” and “the underworld”(II Cor 4:4, John 12:31, Rev. 9:11) who is always disguised in all cults claiming to be from the true God.
It is for this reason one finds no difference between a Muslim Sufi who pierces his skin and a satanist from central America. Skin piercing during demonic manifestations are all the same phenomenon: demon possession.
Such demonic phenomenon has spread so wild that Fr. Fortea said that “the exorcism performed in San Luís Potosí is the first ever carried out in Mexico in which the exorcists came from different parts of the country and gathered together to exorcise the powers of darkness, not from a person, but from the whole country”. “This rite of exorcism, beautiful and liturgical, had never before taken place in any part of the world. Although it had taken place in a private manner as when Saint Francis (exorcised) the Italian city of Arezzo,” he stated.
“ISIS is Satan. Things first happen in the spiritual realms, then they are made concrete on this earth,” says Roman Catholic exorcist Father Gabriele Amorth in one of his posts on the social media website. Father Amorth continued, “there are only two spiritual realms: The Holy Spirit and the demonic spirit.”
He explains how principalities enter in:
“because evil is disguised in various ways: political, religious, cultural, and it has one source of inspiration: the devil. As a Christian I fight the beast spiritually.”
a country with deep Christian roots found itself attacked by demons. The practice for a nation-wide exorcism of Mexico was carried out quietly last month in the cathedral of San Luis Potosí. Cardinal Juan Sandoval Íñiguez, the archbishop emeritus of Guadalajara, presided at the closed doors ceremony.
The “Exorcismo Magno” was called due to the high levels of violence, as well as drug cartels and abortion in the country”.
And in the Middle East, in cultures that had Christian communities thriving for centuries, ISIS has taken control and the demonic infestation wrecks havoc. Father Gabriele Amorth said that:
“The political world, which today seems to lack a response in face of the massacre of Christians, will also have to fight ISIS and it will do it in a different way. If it advances as it seems to be doing, we ask ourselves what has the West done over the course of the last decades.”
The priest, who founded the International Association of Exorcists, explained that Satan:
“keeps saying that the world is in his power, and what he says is true. Biblically speaking we are in the last days and the beast is working furiously.”
ISIS took control of the largest Christian city in Iraq, Qaraqosh, in August last year, causing tens of thousands of saints and people to flee leaving behind demonic infestation. The terrorist group has persecuted and murdered Christians and other religious minorities in parts of Syria and Iraq.
Fr. Amorth, age 90, has performed over 70,000 exorcisms during the past 29 years and spoke about the danger posed by people no longer believing in the devil, as well as a shortage of exorcists.
But how can an entire country become infested by demons to the point that it’s necessary to resort to an Exorcismo Magno?
“To the extent sin increases more and more in a country, to that extent it becomes easier for the demons to tempt (people),” Fr. Fortea told CNA.
The Spanish exorcist warned that “to the extent there is more witchcraft and Satanism going on in a country, to that extent there will be more extraordinary manifestations of those powers of darkness.”
The Spanish exorcist warned that even the celebration of this ritual will not automatically change the difficult situation Mexico is going through in a single day.
“It would be a big mistake to think that by performing a full scale exorcism of the country everything would automatically change right away.”
Nevertheless, he emphasized that “if with the power we’ve received from Christ we expel the demons from a country, this will certainly have positive repercussions, because we’ll make a great number of the tempters flee, even if this exorcism is partial.”
“We don’t drive out all the evil spirits from a country with just one ceremony. But even though all will not be expelled, those that were removed are not there anymore.”
“The bishop is the shepherd and he can use the power he has received to drive away the invisible wolves from the sheep, since Satan is like a roaring lion prowling around looking for someone to devour, and the shepherds can drive away the predator from the victim,” he concluded.
1 From Khalid bin al-Walid to the governors of Persia. Embrace Islam so that you may be safe. If not, make a covenant with me and pay the Jizyah tax. Otherwise, I have brought you a people who love death just as you love drinking wine.” At-Tabari, Vol XI, The Challenge to the Empires, In series: The History of at-Tabari, (Ta’rikh al-rasul wa’l-muluk), Translated by K.Y. Blankkinship, SUNY series in near Eastern Studies, Bibliotheca Persica, State University of New York Press, Albany New York, 1993, p.44-45