By Walid Shoebat
Who would ever have dreamt that the Arabs cosy up to Israel. Reports throughout the last few months reveal that Saudi Arabia and the Arab gulf are easing up on Israel and are courting her for some sort of reconciliation.
Is this the peace-treaty by an Antichrist which Christians expect to be happening soon or is it simply a tactical move? Is it a fulfillment of something else, perhaps Jacob and Esau making up or is it the case of King Herod, the half Jew? After all, it has been long known that Saudi Arabia are genetically linked to Jews and before Islam, Saudi Arabia was simply a Jewish Kingdom.
Lately a discovery of the oldest-known pre-Islamic Arabic writing in Saudi Arabia, from ca. 470 CE, using mostly the local Sabean language (and in some rare cases Hebrew), they inscribed a god described as Rahmanan – the Merciful – the “Lord of the Heavens and Earth,” the “God of Israel” and “Lord of the Jews.” Inscriptions reveal prayers invoking his blessings on the “people of Israel” and those invocations often end with “shalom” and “amen”.
For the next century and a half, the Jewish Himyarite kingdom expanded its influence into central Arabia, the Persian Gulf area and the Hijaz (the region of Mecca and Medina), as attested by royal inscriptions of its kings that have been found not only at Bir Hima, just north of Yemen, but also near what is today the Saudi capital of Riyadh.
And perhaps a reflection of these old inscriptions, a few months ago, a Saudi delegation led by Maj.Gen. (ret.) Anwar Eshki, chairman of Middle East Center for Strategic and Legal Studies in Jeddah, visited Israel.
While Saudi Arabia denied that they sent him, of course, but did Eshki go mad? After all, he could be risking his head for making such a visit. Obviously he was sent by someone in the hierarchy to shake hands with their Jewish cousins.
And then you find the king himself shaking hands with Jews. Saudi newspapers are even running articles criticizing anti-Semitism in the Muslim world. Did some genetic code just click?
Even the Saudi columnist Siham Al-Qahtani wrote in Al-Jazirah to stop depicting Jews as “killers of prophets, infidels, warmongers, and usurers.”
And another, Yasser Hijazi wrote in Al-Jazirah (Saudi Arabia), that hatred of the Jews must be abandoned;
“We must eradicate the remnants of racism and religious ethnic struggles embedded in our culture …”
And this love affair expands all the way to Kuwait. In the Kuwaiti daily Al-Siyassa, media personality Yousuf ‘Abd Al-Karim Al-Zinkawi called on all Arab and Muslim states to even recognize Israel, openly and without delay, and to stop calling it “the Zionist Entity” or “the Israeli occupation.”
Wow. Have all these been Shoebatized?
In Kuwait there are even calls for normalisation of relations with Israel. Saleh Al-Shayeji, journalist for Al-Anba, The Kuwaiti Government Daily asks;
“Is Israel an enemy [of Kuwait]? Has it [ever] invaded it, fought it, or killed its citizens? The answer to all these questions is no!! So why does Kuwait regard Israel as an enemy, while it regards Iraq – which did invade and occupy it – as a friend, an ally… In sum, Israel is not the Arab’s enemy”.
So what is happening? Are the Arabs and the Jews finally realizing that they are cousins where Jacob and Esau are finally shaking hands? Have the Arabs been reading Shoebat.com and as a result are converting in masse to follow on the our footsteps?
Kuwaiti government Abdallah Al-Hadlaq clarifies;
“To all those who think the Persian state (Iran), and the regime of the Rule of the Imprudent [namely] the dictatorial fascist Persian regime which controls it, is a friendly country, whereas Israel is an enemy country, I say that a prudent enemy is better than an imprudent one. The state of Israel and its various governments have waged more than five wars with the Arabs, yet never in the course of these wars did Israel think to use its nuclear weapons against its Arab enemies. Conversely, if the Persian state, with its stupid, rash and fascist regime that hides behind a religious guise, ever develops nuclear weapons, it will not hesitate to use nuclear bombs against the Arab Gulf states in the first conflict that arises.”
“Israel is a friendly state that does not endanger us in the Arab Gulf region and we have nothing to fear from it. The one who threatens us, carries out acts of terror and destruction against us, and aspires to occupy us is the arrogant Persian enemy, represented by the regime of the Persian state (Iran), which is the incubator and supportive environment for global terror.”
This sum it all up. Iran is a major threat to Saudi Arabia and the Gulf.
When it comes to war against Israel, we have been trumpeting to our Arab and American friends, that it is Turkey and the Muslim Commonwealth of Independent States of the Southern Republics of Russia, Persia (Iran) and Libya which invades Israel (see Ezekiel 38) and not Arabia.
Perhaps something genetically clicked. Arabia is originally Jewish. Something must have clicked with with me in 1993, but it was not a genetic issue. It was all spiritual. I read the scripture and from hence forth nothing for me was the same.
In the prophecy, “Sheba and Dedan” (Saudi and Gulf States) is standing on the sidelines mocking the Turkish invasion of Israel saying “Have you come to plunder?” (Ezekiel 38:13).
We were correct all along. Biblically, the Arab nations do not move on the kill against Israel. In prophecy the Arabs are mainly standing on the sidelines. Israel is the one threatened, but this beast invading Israel wants to also burn and destroy the harlot that robbed Arabia from its true heritage and ravish her (Revelation 17:16).
Both (Israel and Arabia) are under this threat. Here we have two women, one is the rightful owner of the baby, the land covenant (Israel) and the other is not. Remember Solomon the wise and how that story fits everything.
The war is obviously spiritual in nature, Iran is an Islamic Revolution, just as it is with Turkey. The chips will fall into their place exactly as the railroad track leads us in the Bible where Turkey will unite with Iran and Saudi Arabia is left out to dry.
Just as we read from Middle East sources, Turkey is playing the role in building its animosity with Egypt and Saudi Arabia and its courting Tunisia, Morocco and Libya exactly as predicted in Ezekiel 38 and Daniel 11 as we taught and warned for decades.
When it comes to the Middle East, rule number one is this: a weaker Muslim nation like Saudi Arabia would tend to make peace with its enemy’s stronger enemy (Israel) while avoiding peace with the other stronger Muslim enemy: Iran.
Iran is more powerful militarily than Saudi Arabia.
For Iran to spread Shiism, Iran would have to neutralize Saudi Arabia and the Gulf. Arabia knows this and it fears Iran developing it nuclear bomb which spells the end of their countries (Isaiah 21). Only its cousin, Israel, is the strongest power in the region and has the capability of challenging Iran’s nuclear program.
But this brings up another major player in the region: Syria.
Syria has a Shiite government. In an interview on the 19 March 2014 with Syrian Orient News TV channel, Dr. Kamal Al-Labwani stated, “Today, it is our huge Syrian Arab army that is attacking us. Hizbullah is attacking us, while Israel treats the wounded.” Dr. ‘Ali Sa’d Al-Moussa who wrote in the Saudi daily Al-Watan said:
“We in this blood-red region on the world map are born [carrying] the gene of an unknown virus in our body, which soon awakens and multiplies, [triggering] destruction and war, hatred, exclusion and the despicable categorizing [of people]. In the last five years of internecine [fighting], we have killed tens of times more people from our own ranks than were killed in 50 years of historical wars with Israel….”
As the saying goes “war makes strange bed fellows”, and there is no stranger bed fellow when Syrian rebels post on twitter saying; “Well done Israeli heroes.”
But the Syrian rebels and the Arabs will not gain their dreams despite all the unusual latest kissing with Israel. This week, the latest alleged chemical attacks allegedly carried out by Syrian government or Russian jets hammered rebel-held areas of the northwestern Idlib province on Tuesday is meant to boost the Syrian rebel cause especially when horrific images from the town of Khan Sheikhoun strongly suggest the use of chemical weapons. At least 65 people were killed and 350 wounded.
But it is Erdogan who will now cease the opportunity. He has his territory in Syria that they call “buffer zone” to “help dismantle the Syrian regime in order to advance the grand Caliphate agenda of Erdogan.”
Turkey was responding to appeals from Syrian opposition fighters, Andalou reported. Khan Sheikhoun is held by al-Qaeda-linked groups and Turkey is facing increasing demands from the United States and Russia to take firmer action against them.
In August 2011, Turkey began overtly supporting rebels seeking to overthrow Assad. Ankara supplied them with weapons and allowed them to operate out of Turkish territory with scant scrutiny, enabling jihadis to slip through in the process. The policy placed Turkey at odds with the regime’s top backers Russia and Iran, a position that proved unsustainable after Turkey shot down a Russia jet in Syrian airspace in November 2015.
Russia is bent on getting Turkey to withdraw support for all rebel groups that pose a meaningful threat to the Assad regime, and with the multiple ethnic Chechens among them, to Russia as well.
After today’s carnage, defending rapprochement with Russia looks even trickier. While the White House condemned the Syrian government for what it described as a “heinous” and “reprehensible” attack against civilians, there is little evidence so far that the Trump administration is interested in regime change in Syria, a wise approach by president Trump.
However, if Edogran passes his referendum on April 16th granting him unlimited powers, he will increase his call to supporting more Islamist rebels in Syria. ARD published parts of the secret German government report, which it said marked the first official assessment directly linking Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Turkey’s government to support for Islamist and terrorist groups. The report said Turkey had become “the central hub for Islamist groups in the Middle East.” ARD quoted the German Interior Ministry report as saying:
“the numerous affirmations of solidarity and support for the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, for Hamas and for armed Islamist opposition groups in Syria by the ruling AKP party and Erdogan underscore their ideological affinity to their Muslim brothers.”
We know how the ball will bounce, Saudi Arabia, the global center for exporting Jihad ideology is in check. It knows that the Middle East understands only one language besides the Quran’s Arabic: the language of strength. Its support for Israel is simply the prelude when “Sheba and Dedan” (Saudi and Gulf States) is standing on the sidelines mocking the Turkish invasion of Israel saying “Have you come to plunder?” (Ezekiel 38:13).
But the shocking realization for the Arabs will be is when Iran does plunder Arabia. Turkey and Iran will certainly have an excuse; Saudi Arabia has been Jew loving.
Arabs should read the Bible instead of the Quran to see where their destiny ends.
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