Erdogan Is Honing In On Jerusalem To Send The Flood Of Muslims While He Forms An Islamic Alliance And A New MUSLIM World Order

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By Walid Shoebat

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Monday that “Jerusalem is ‘The first of the two directions of prayer, the second of mosques, the third of sanctuaries’”

So what does that mean?

Its about reestablishing Jerusalem as the central focus since Jerusalem was “the first of the two directions of prayer”.

Muhammad the prophet of Islam redirected the Qibla (direction of prayer) from Jerusalem (the first direction of prayer) to Mecca. Jerusalem was initially the direction where all Muslims worshipped five times a day. But history reveals that the Islamic direction of prayer still remained where archeologists found mosques still facing Jerusalem. By 624 AD, all mosques were supposed to be facing Mecca and yet, it took 200 years for Islam to finally get their  act in order? Jerusalem has always been at the core issue of struggle between Christendom and Islamdom.

And it seems that Turkey wants to re-direct Muslims towards Jerusalem, not for prayer but for something else. “All Muslims should visit Jerusalem and the Al-Aqsa Mosque,” Erdogan said during a speech at the International Forum of Endowments for Jerusalem in Istanbul.

And its not only this, Erdogan added: “I consider Hamas’ new political document to be an important step both for the Palestinian issue and for the reconciliation between Hamas and Fatah”.

The new document no longer pledges Israel’s destruction (so they claim), and accepts a Palestinian state along the borders set before Israel occupied the West Bank and Gaza during the 1967 Arab-Israeli war. Indeed, Erdogan wants to divide the land for gain.

And yes, its time to tell you ‘we told you so’, last year we predicted it:

this red-dragon eyes Jerusalem as the “apple of the eye of every Muslim” as Erdogan once put it … Soon you will see him sending and opening the flood gates of Muslim pilgrims to Jerusalem (Revelation 12, as we have seen in Europe) making Jerusalem an extension of the Haj they call Umra.

An antichrist is a spewer of floods and Jerusalem’s destiny will be with a flood. Even Hamas recognizing Israel we predicted six years ago which we outlined here in detail.

So this Sunday Special we will also predict how a divided church will have one side (the one that divided) fully cooperate with the Antichrist as etched in scripture. That divide which claimed to love scripture will end up aiding the evil one. These are biblical prophecies no one these days is paying any attention to where the first church paid full attention and warned us it will happen way ahead of time.

Last year we also predicted:

In the near future we will see Muslim demand to allow them entry to Jerusalem from all around the world. While Israel welcomes this economically the repercussions will only be known, we predict, when they create havoc in the city.

We also predicted this:

Having bettered relations with Israel and Russia to restore stability in the region, Turkey is now even eyeing reconciliation with Egypt should the coup government in Cairo seize the opportunity for a thaw with Ankara.

Erdogan also wants to be “wiser than Daniel” by duping Al-Sisi to save the Muslim Brotherhood leadership from execution and will become Islam’s version of the biblical prophet Daniel (see Daniel 2:14), that when Al-Sisi, the commander of Egypt, had gone out to put to death the wise men of Egypt (the Muslim Brotherhood), Erdogan “spoke to him with wisdom and tact” after successfully interpreting Al-Sisi’s dream wanting to be recognized as Pharaoh of Egypt …

The king of the North (Turkey) will sit with the King of the south (Egypt) and will deceive each other while both devise evil plans.

And while the novice speculates on a coming New World Order, we warned about a new Muslim world order. We also warned last year that:

“What Caliph Al-Baghdadi wanted to gain through terrorism, Erdogan of Turkey was able to gain ‘by peace’ where he is “deceiving many”. Erdogan is also now leading the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (O.I.C) considered to be the Muslim ‘U.N’ coming second to the United Nations in size and global power. But thats not all. As this happens, the cunning Erdogan was able to woo Saudi Arabia to arrange the Turkey-Egypt talks setting the framework for a peace deal between Turkey and Egypt to be finalized before April where Al-Sisi hands over the leadership of the O.I.C to Erdogan. Keep in mind, that the O.I.C represents the association of 56 Islamic states promoting Muslim solidarity in economic, social, and political affairs. But the devil is not wiser than Daniel who tells us: “And after the league is made with him he shall act deceitfully, for he shall come up and become strong with a small number of people.” (Daniel 11:23)

This “league” is a united Muslim states and the O.I.C plays a major role in this affair. Remember the Scriptures: “Cush, and Put, and Lud [Turkey], and all Arabia, and Libya, and the people of the land that is in league, shall fall with them by the sword.” (Ezekiel 30:5)

Don’t say that we never told you so, way ahead of time, that you may consider the state of your spiritual affairs by becoming one of the five virgins with oil in their lamps before the coming of the Bridegroom.”

And a league it is. Just as we stated will happen is happening. Erdogan lately traveled all over to create such a league. From Saudi Iranian relations to expressing concern at the stand-off between India and Pakistan on Kashmir, Erdogan offered to get involved in settling many issues to bring this unity together.

Erdogan wants to settle the continuing unrest in Kashmir and the stalling of India-Pakistan diplomatic contacts. Erdogan now offers the OIC’s references to self-determination as a means to resolving differences over Kashmir and other crises such as Saudi Arabia and Iran, the Palestinian problem, Iraq, Syria, the Kurdish issue, the Tibet, Taiwan all the way to Balochistan.

Erdogan said that the OIC is the answer:

“It (OIC) has its area of influence. It has economic and political strengths, it has a say in global matters and it can contribute to world peace. If something has been approved by all member-states, it should not be criticised or questioned. OIC members also have weight in the United Nations. Turkey supports India to become a permanent member of the UN Security Council.”

“I visited India in 2008 as the Prime Minister of Turkey. Since then, India has emerged even stronger: it is respected by all. For its part, Turkey’s voice is easily heard all over the world. My visit will deepen Turkey-India relations,” he said.

And of course, India is a nuclear nation and spiritually it has fed Sufi Islam where Hindu and Muslim will seek alliances where devil will not divide with devil.

But by flattery and offers of peace he is deceiving many:

“We are not against any faith. We protect synagogues or churches from possible terror attacks but the West needs to reciprocate but it is not doing so.”

Erdogan wants to unite all religion into a syncretist reality.

Making a league involves much work which you will see coming on its way in the years to come. Turkey’s president today (Wednesday) has even called on all Muslim countries around the world to build efficient transportation networks in order to accelerate integration among themselves. “Reinforcing our cooperation in the field of transport – one of the six areas covered under the COMCEC Strategy – is important for facilitating trade between our member countries and accelerating integration,” said Recep Tayyip Erdogan in his opening statement at the 33rd meeting of the Standing Committee for Economic and Commercial Cooperation (COMCEC) of the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in Ankara.

But we at Shoebat.com see the writing on the wall. Erdogan is on a quest to becoming anointed as the leader of all Muslims and relations between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia are strained since Islamabad turned down Saudi requests to contribute soldiers for the war against the Shiites (Shiite Houthis in Yemen and Iran). So to placate their prostitute, Saudi Arabia, The decision of the Pakistan was to lead a NATO-styled 39-nation Islamic Military Alliance which was the brain child of the Saudi government. Arabia, the prostitute, has become jittery over Shiite rebellions within its kingdom, plus Iran threatens her daily with the broom of mass destruction.

So now Erdogan is presenting Turkey as the defender of Islam replacing the Saudi role whose economy is under the weather due to the US discovery of shale oil.

In his last speech to more than 30 leaders — with the notable absentees; the king of the south, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and Jordan’s King Abdullah, who are critical of Turkey’s role in the Middle East — Erdogan pointed to the urgent need to surmount sectarianism among Islamic countries.

“My religion is not that of Sunnis, of Shiites. My religion is Islam,” Erdogan said.

Erdogan, a Sufi Muslim, cares less about the Shiite Sunni divide (exactly as we predicted he will do) and will ally with Iran just as we said for decades.

Erdogan even included in the last summit the Saudi King Salman bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.

But Erdogan will eventually have to take a side in the sectarian divisions. Iran lashed out at Saudi Arabia for executing prominent cleric Nimr al-Nimr while Iran was condemned for interfering in its neighbor’s affairs in supporting terrorist groups.

We predict that he will ally with Iran and toss the whore to oblivion.

To the Muslims now Turkey withstood the Christian West and sees Erdogan as the bringer of the Sunni world for a new alliance, the alliance few read about etched in several chapters of their bibles between Ezekiel 28 all the way to Ezekiel 39. Eleven chapters ignored by the so-called Bible Prophecy enthusiasts is a call for alarm to anyone who follows them.

Blasting the West is now Erdogan’s obsession for he will declare war on the strongest fortresses.

“If we don’t act, others do. But when they do, they do so for the sake of the oil there, not to bring harmony among us,” he added, calling for an Islamic arbitration organization and an Islamic version of Interpol to be established in Istanbul.

Erdogan also brought up another of his pet topics and railed at the composition of the United Nations Security Council, where he said there is not one permanent member to represent the Islamic world.

“It is essential for the UN to be reformed. It is our right to expect this if we want a just world,” Erdogan said. “It is not possible for a system that is based on injustice to contribute to global justice.”

Erdogan’s words to the OIC, whose presidency Turkey is taking over for two years is declaring its leadership of the Islamic world setting up the stage for Ezekiel 28 all the way to Ezekiel 39 to be fulfilled.

The ill informed isolates Ezekiel 38 while the fully informed reads the whole context of the entire book.

The way you know the end is near is when you see that one Turk call for the dance of peace, and when the rest follows, war is on the horizon, not peace:

“Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moths and vermin destroy, and where thieves break in and steal”. CONSIDER DONATING TO RESCUE CHRISTIANS

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  • Look forward to the Sunday Special. I’m working on my own Special as well, expanding on a verse from Psalm 132.

    • susan

      Aha! No need to confirm or deny this one. 😉

    • Julie LaBrecque

      Oh my – I need a few 30 hour days just to keep up!!!

      • Kamau41

        So much is happening so fast. Everyday, something new is going on; even at times, within the same day as it seems.

      • I hear you. My wife often complains I have my iPhone in my hand. In addition to reading news from two Turkey newspapers, I also read the Jerusalem Post and occasionally check in on what Japan newspaper are saying as well.

        Then there’s this site where I tend to haunt.

  • ezekiel22

    Ironically you have come to the same conclusions I have except that I probably am more of an accelerated rolling out of events. When you informed us of the agreement between Israel and Turkey concerning Jerusalem I knew it would be just a matter of time before demands were made. I think that is the key though. The devil knows his time is short and will act accordingly. Erdogan has a couple of things to yet accomplish before people start praising him saying who can stand against him? But he is well on the way.
    It looks to me that a bit of three card monte is been played concerning Iran. When one inserts North Korea into the picture nuclear missiles are not far off at all if not already there. They have had too many dress rehearsals for it to be just for show. If I get the picture correctly Iran is jealous of Turkey and won’t allow them to completely steal the show. They will attack Saudi Arabia doing exactly as predicted. Israel knowing they are next on target will launch against Iran. Turkey will see the best opportunity to attack and plunder both Israel and Egypt showing itself the defender of islam and its true leader politically over Egypt.
    You have talked a lot about Europe. After watching from a distance their recent elections and some secondary developments internal war is not far off. Here in the U.S. we are going to have some internal turmoil within a couple of years. The bottom line is that all nations and people will be given a choice outright for them to live or die by. Individually it is hard. Collectively there is pain involved. Some of that pain is caused by purposeful ignorance. It is funny how many choose to ignore unfolding prophecy out of fear.

    • lewjac3

      Do you have a date when iran will attack mecca ?

      • susan

        Why? Are you visiting Mecca regularly?

        • lewjac3

          You made a prediction that big bad iran will attack and destroy Israel which I don’t think will happen,so I wanted a date, as far as me going to the black rock, I don’t think I could go without being murdered, but I bet my Hebrew ancestors were around the area many a years before mohamed slaughtered them all.

          • susan

            Pffft. I don’t know diddley squat. That’s why i come and read Walid’s articles. He’s the one that has the keys. Search Iran and turkey and Saudi Arabia on this website. Iran is going to nuke Mecca. Iran and turkey will make an alliance along with other countries. These are biblical facts that Walid has shared with his readers….for free, I should add.

          • lewjac3

            Everyone has a right to their opinion,God bless

          • susan

            “Everyone has a “right” to their opinions.” Not really. God will judge us according to His laws. Our opinion “rights” won’t mean diddley squat in God’s court. As a matter of fact our opinion “rights” litter the highway to hell. Satan whispers. “You have a RIGHT to your opinions. No church authority can tell you what to think.”

            Proverbs 23:7
            Douay-Rheims Bible
            Because like a soothsayer, and diviner, he thinketh that which he knoweth not. Eat and drink, will he say to thee: and his mind is not with thee.

        • Kkdgrace

          Lol- good ‘un!

    • Julie LaBrecque

      That is an awesome post

  • Doc

    I’m glad you did an article on this. I was reading about Erdogan saying that Muslim’s need to flood Jerusalem and I immediately thought of the flood spewing out of the dragon’s mouth.

    I wonder what’s next?

  • Darren Neufeldt

    Those eyes give me the chills.

    • magaforever

      Its that hollow empty soul waiting to be filled with satans unholy spirit

      • Brenda

        for me in that particular image his eyes look he is sleep walking or like a terminator robot.

      • Grace Ziem

        I think Satan has him well in control; the “no body home” look is “no human in charge”…

  • richinnameonly

    This is like a Sunday Special, only shorter! Erdogan appears to be ahead of schedule.

    • Kamau41

      He’s making moves on a daily basis.

  • Kamau41

    We are certainly seeing the league forming right before our eyes. Most definitely looking forward to your upcoming Sunday Special…

  • Brother Jeremiah,

    What will we all do when the great falling away happens? Do we join this or do we join that? We do not know exactly how it all unfolds. But the essence of Christianity will still be preserved in patches of green and the Eucharist is still in order and our purification must be complete before we face our Christ. Must I stop if all my surroundings turned into Judases and Nazis? Must I run from the Pharisees or must I do what the Pharisees set up that still stands true while I aid my brethren from the wiles of the devil?

    • Brenda

      Walid, I am a bit confused on how America will join in to defeat the anti-Christ toward the tail end with so many non-Catholics here, Will a little be enough, or does this mean enough will see the light and convert?

      • We could have a massive conversion in the U.S. Brenda.

        • Doc

          Do you foresee a massive revival in the vein of the classic evangelical revivals or do you see a mass conversion to catholicism/orthodoxy? (I’m asking what you predict and not necessarily what you hope for).

        • Taurnil Oronar

          I have hoped and prayed that will happen along with a massive dose of mercy for my broken country.

        • Brenda

          That is what I am hoping for, The rest is not solid enough and are too much into this feel good / wishful thinking just pray and you will be okay stuff. I would imagine when the reality kicks in that there needs to be action people will take note of who really is taking action, taking things seriously and it wont be the concert Hawaiian shirt types, and I am saying this as someone that hasn’t even converted yet, It’s just that obvious.

    • Grace Ziem

      I fear there could be falling away of both many protestants and catholics unless they stay grounded in scripture because many churches are easily misled by media/social pressures. If they are led astray over abortion and LG issues, they have already walked away from the authority of the Bible. We need to reach as many as possible and pray for wisdom in doing that. Good reporting.

  • Kamau41

    “Rest in the truth and worry not about the virgins without oil.” AMEN!! Very wise and encouraging words, Chef!

  • AnthonyM

    Major events are occurring. Looking forward to Sunday.
    Erdogan makes many self-pitying statements in the linked article on the Milliyet web site. He is feeding the idea that Muslims are abused by the world to gain the peoples sympathy and ‘be one with them’. Possibly he actually believes it. He tells them that Islamic countries are the only countries to suffer, they are oppressed, etc. In the next phase he will identify the group responsible for their sad condition.

    • “In the next phase he will identify the group responsible for their sad condition.”

      He already has when he blasted Israel for “Judazing” Jerusalem. I can hear the chorus of “Amen” coming from pro-N$zi fallen Christians who are siding with Erdogan.

  • Brenda

    Everyone is looking forward to your Sunday specials, Now me I have mixed feelings, It means the next day is Monday, LOL! Sorry I could not help it.

  • An article about Erdogan wanting to flood Jerusalem and you’re talking about law versus grace. You want to be lawless and you want to hate religion and you want to continue sinning in the name of Jesus so that you do not have confession because you love rebellion. The only reason you people keep bringing up law versus grace is your rebellion. No Catholic believes they are justified by the law. Get over it. All Catholics believe that salvation is by GRACE ALONE. Look it up and put the matter to rest for St. Peter’s sake.

    • Doc

      Amen, and AMEN.

    • Kkdgrace

      Sigh- one just CAN’T cherry- pick their way through Scripture, ignoring all that has been written about sanctification, being transformed, “running the race”, etc. Christianity is not a “static” Faith.

  • concerned american

    1 Maccabees 1:10 From them came forth a sinful root, Antiochus Epiphanes, son of Antiochus the king; he had been a hostage in Rome. He began to reign in the one hundred and thirty-seventh year of the kingdom of the Greeks.
    11 In those days lawless men came forth from Israel, and misled many, saying, “Let us go and make a covenant with the Gentiles round about us, for since we separated from them many evils have come upon us.”
    12 This proposal pleased them,
    13 and some of the people eagerly went to the king. He authorized them to observe the ordinances of the Gentiles.
    14 So they built a gymnasium in Jerusalem, according to Gentile custom,
    15 and removed the marks of circumcision, and abandoned the holy covenant. They joined with the Gentiles and sold themselves to do evil.
    16 When Antiochus saw that his kingdom was established, he determined to become king of the land of Egypt, that he might reign over both kingdoms.
    17 So he invaded Egypt with a strong force, with chariots and elephants and cavalry and with a large fleet.
    18 He engaged Ptolemy king of Egypt in battle, and Ptolemy turned and fled before him, and many were wounded and fell.
    19 And they captured the fortified cities in the land of Egypt, and he plundered the land of Egypt.
    20 After subduing Egypt, Antiochus returned in the one hundred and forty-third year. He went up against Israel and came to Jerusalem with a strong force.
    21 He arrogantly entered the sanctuary and took the golden altar, the lampstand for the light, and all its utensils.
    22 He took also the table for the bread of the Presence, the cups for drink offerings, the bowls, the golden censers, the curtain, the crowns, and the gold decoration on the front of the temple; he stripped it all off.
    23 He took the silver and the gold, and the costly vessels; he took also the hidden treasures which he found.
    24 Taking them all, he departed to his own land. He committed deeds of murder, and spoke with great arrogance.

    54 Now on the fifteenth day of Chislev, in the one hundred and forty-fifth year, they erected a desolating sacrilege upon the altar of burnt offering. They also built altars in the surrounding cities of Judah,
    55 and burned incense at the doors of the houses and in the streets.
    56 The books of the law which they found they tore to pieces and burned with fire.
    57 Where the book of the covenant was found in the possession of any one, or if any one adhered to the law, the decree of the king condemned him to death.

    • This, my friend, is similar to how the Antichrist will abolish the daily sacrifice of the Eucharist. Look at verse 15.

      We as Catholics do baptism in place of circumision and our daily sacrifice are the Eucharist.

      You are definitely on the right track. Another point to ponder…Antiochus is from the Seleucid Dynasty which encompassed most of Turkey. That tells us where the Antichrist will come from.

      • concerned american

        Ahh Yes. Thank you. Baptism in place of circumcision.

        • Exactly! It become easier to understand the Scriptures through the eyes of the Church.

          • concerned american

            Absolutely. Sadly, I’m still learning even the basics. Baptism in the protestant church I attended was presented as simply a public confession. So much to learn.

          • If you don’t mind, what Protestant church was it? If I recall, it was the Church of Nazarene?

          • concerned american

            Yes. The Nazarene Church. The Nazarene “manual” states that baptism is (I’m paraphrasing) a seal for service to the Lord.

            Every baptism I remember was presented as a profession of faith as to being “born again” and committed to following the Lord. That pretty much sums it up.

            The Nazarene Church considers itself to be a “Holiness” denomination. Meaning that they believe in a second work of grace. Born again is the first grace and sanctification is the second. In short, they believe one can be sanctified (the removal of original sin) here in this life. And just as one is saved through faith so is one sanctified by faith.

            The scriptural reference they use is “be ye perfect and your heavenly Father is perfect.” They call it “heart” perfection. You have all of God and God has all of you.

            Like we discussed earlier, I have much to undo. I know you can relate.

          • Indeed I can relate. I grew up as a Baptist before becoming Pentecostal during most of my adulthood.

            I am happy to become an Anglican Catholic and soon to be confirmed in August. If only the ACC would come under the Holy See of Peter instead of being independent.

          • concerned american

            That is really exciting. I long for what you are attaining. You seem to have gained a lot of understanding and wisdom. I appreciate you sharing it.

            I’ve spoken with the RCIA leader at the church I attend. I will be starting in September. Truth be told, I should have started classes last year, but I was still a bit hesitant.

            I was hesitant to join any church until I was absolutely 100% sure it was the true church. God has been patient with me.

            I was delivered of demon possession in 1988. It was the Nazarene Church that reached out and helped me. When I started witnessing what was happening in the church several years ago, I was confused and concerned. So, I left the church to the dismay of my family. I was in limbo for a long time. And very hesitant of any church. Because, I knew that when I had become possessed it was the result of deception. Very evil people pretending to be loving and caring….taking advantage of an ignorant soul (me)….and who knows who else they deceived.

            I just kept praying that the Lord would lead me to right church. Never in a million years would I have believed it would be the Catholic faith. 🙂

            Oh, and never in a million years would I have believed that my life would be so drastically changed from saying the rosary.

          • I cannot wait to see how transformed you will be when you consume the Eucharist the first time. It was overwhelming for me.

            The wisdom I gained was in part from listening to the Shoebat, a few patient people from this site, opening the writings of the Church Fathers, and above all, listening to the Holy Spirit gentle guidance.

          • concerned american

            Amen Trevor.

  • lewjac3

    This article gives this vermin to much credit, I myself do not think he has the ability to do what it predicts, but, if he tries he will be defeated

    • Grace Ziem

      His actions very closely fit those prophesied for the antichrist (who is eventually defeated, but it gets VERY bloody first).

      • lewjac3

        We will see, God bless.

    • Brenda

      Ten years ago we couldn’t imagine what we are seeing today either though.

  • Grace Ziem

    “We protect synagogues or churches from possible terror attacks”; we should see how effective he is at doing this in the next few years. Can he control the terrorists during this period? He is indeed moving fast,,,

  • Kkdgrace

    Well…. he most certainly hasn’t and isn’t wasting time, is he? Enough to make one’s head spin……and pretty much “under the radar”, in terms of overall geopolitical focus. Everywhere but here. Thx and God bless for keeping us informed and up-to-date. We need to be living with a certain sense of urgency- not because of earthly fears, but for the purpose of assuring we are firmly established in the Faith.

  • Tom_mcewen

    Well, if Turkey and all the Islamic world attacks Jerusalem, I would be proud to see the soldiers of IDF sale their blood so costly to fill Favine

  • lewjac3

    Today Trump stabbed the backs of the Kurds stating no support of the PKK while meting with erdogon, this is not good