Turkey Is Sending A Massive Military Force (10,000 Troops) Near The U.S. Military base In Qatar Forming An Ottoman Muslim League In Fulfillment Of Bible Prophecy. Saudi Arabia Is Toast.

By Walid Shoebat

While Qatar says “death to Saudi Arabia” and Saudi Arabia says “death to Qatar,” Turkey moves into Qatar with massive troops. Turkey’s parliament has approved a legislation allowing its troops to be deployed to a Turkish military base in Qatar Al-Jazeera reported today. Turkey has now made its decision, it is a key ally of Qatar, not Saudi Arabia and is now setting up a military base with 10,000 Turkish soldiers in the country which also hosts the largest US air base in the Middle East with 10,000 American soldiers.

Now what!

Riyadh now cannot plan to send troops into Qatar and forcibly remove Qatar’s ruler Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani from office for his support of the very Wahhabi Islam which Saudi Arabia initially promoted. Saudi Arabia is not ‘Wahhabi’ enough for Qatar’s taste.

Qatar’s emir rejects the Saudi demands to stop aiding terrorism—including its refusal to abide by the GCC “commitments and agreements,” to cease “hostilities against the Saudi Kingdom,” and to stand “against terrorist groups and activities”.

Saudi Arabia, the fountain that started Wahhabi-Islamic ideology has its hatchlings come against their mother (Saudi Arabia) to slowly consume her and set her on fire in the end.

Al Udeid American airbase has its 10,000 US troops in Qatar now has 10,000 Turkish troops opposing U.S. stand with Saudi Arabia. Now what will Trump do?

Saudi’s attempt to thwart Iran for regional hegemony is out the window. And how will this bode with Saudi Arabia’s relations with Turkey taking into consideration Qatar’s fallout with Saudi Arabia and today’s recent attack in Iran by ISIS which Iran blames Saudi Arabia?

Think major shifts on the near horizon that will change the demography of the Middle East forever.

For decades when western media dished out the news about the Middle East, from the New York Times to Fox News, they would make the error of stating that Iran and Saudi Arabia are the leading nations on the opposing sides of the Middle East split between Shiite and Sunni Islam.

Such a simplistic division is all a westerner can consume. We warned this is not the case.

Fact is what we stated: the Muslim states on the opposing sides of the Middle East split is between SHIITE/SUFI/SUNNI versus WAHHABI Saudi Arabia. The situation is not as cut-and-dry the way westerners put it.

Our decades prediction that Turkey will ally with Saudi Arabia’s enemies is now coming to fruition and its a time for ‘we told you so’, in 2015 we wrote predicating Turkey’s military advances into Qatar:

When it comes to the Bible and Christ’s Second Coming, we do not find any mention of New York City, Tokyo, or Paris, but Egypt, Libya, Elam (Iran), Lydia (Turkey), Yemen, Arabia and Jerusalem. “Ethiopia, And Libya, And Lydia, And All The Mingled People, And Chub, And The Men Of The Land That Is In League, Shall Fall With Them By The Sword.”– Ezekiel 30:5 

Staying focused on these nations, Ezekiel speaks of them coming as a “league”. And while looking at the current news this week, we have had successive and escalating developments in the Turkish-Gulf relations effecting  regional, military and geopolitical impact as we have seen the latest visit paid by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan …

But the problem for Saudi Arabia, Syria and Egypt is that Turkey and the U.S. both major powers support the Muslim Brotherhood, the archenemy of the Egyptian government specifically and it is Turkey that continues to revive it. Both Turkey and the U.S. realize that the Muslim Brotherhood is key to influencing the Muslim world since they hold the Muslim scholarly realm.

And Qatar is the base for the Muslim Brotherhood.

And now, Saudi Arabia which historically fomented Wahhabism has Qatar “instigating against the Saudi State and infringing on its sovereignty,” supporting various terrorist and other groups, including the Muslim Brotherhood, al-Qaeda, and the Islamic State, using its media to attack Saudi Arabia, and undermining the war in Yemen.

Based on these “violations,” Saudi Arabia proceeded to sever all relations with Qatar—diplomatic, economic, food imports, and flights—and ordered all Qatari citizens, including diplomats, to leave the kingdom.

The mantra has always been that Erdogan’s Sunni supporters are generally opposed to predominantly Shiite Iran and keen on seeing Turkish-Saudi Arabian ties develop.

This slogan, as we predicted and warned about, is not true anymore.

Turkey will never give up anything at the expense of the Muslim Brotherhood, which Riyadh and Cairo consider a terrorist organization while Turkey considers as ally.Without the Muslim Brotherhood, Turkey cannot establish its Caliphate agenda since it has the religious scholarly think-tank to drive it.

Saudi Arabia aims at regime change in Qatar by replacing Tamim bin Hamad with another Al Thani who could act as a pro-Saudi puppet. Such a dangerous game could not have been accomplished without a nod from President Trump’s recent visit to the kingdom, but this is a western miscalculation.

What this does, is it forces Turkey to becoming Saudi Arabia’s enemy. This will advance Iran.

Iran has military advisers in Iraq and Syria controlling and financing militias in those countries and in Lebanon. Tehran also has some influence over the Houthis fighting the government in Yemen, and it often speaks out in support of Shiites in Bahrain, a majority group that Iran says is repressed by the Sunni monarchy.

This situation will definitely escalate, it will soon become Turkey, Iran and Qatar versus Saudi Arabia.

This will escalate this conflict to a new level where you will begin to see all nations abandon Saudi Arabia including even the U.S. where the U.S. is now self-sufficient oil supplier and is in no need of Saudi oil.

Saudi Arabia currently has Egypt, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Yemen, Libya and the Maldives, all of which form an anti-Iranian bloc. But prophecy is clear, Turkey goes against Egypt and Libya (Daniel 11) and will make an alliance with Iran which will encompass Yemen and Bahrain leaving Saudi Arabia completely naked to beg Israel, its cousin, for help and is why Sheba and Dedan stand against Magog (Turkey).

Its all lining up.

Turkey does not forget when Iran did not wait for the coup’s failure against Erdogan to speak up when President Hassan Rouhani supported Erdogan during the coup in contrast, Saudi King Salman bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud congratulated Erdogan for suppressing the attempt, but only after it failed.

By this, Saudi Arabia signed its own death-sentence. To add more to the tightening noose around the Saudi kingdom’s neck, sources close to Iran are zestfully reporting claims that Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates were involved in the coup attempt, in an apparent hope this might encourage Ankara to change its axis.

And that it did. Turkey moved quickly to shake hands with Putin and Iran and now with Qatar, the Muslim Brotherhood’s stronghold. Such a move by Erdogan will force the West to reconsider its options on Turkey. This new emerging prospect of a Turkish-Iranian-Russian axis is pressuring the U.S. to mend fences with Ankara while it too abandons Saudi Arabia.

In the Middle East, politicians fear the religious institutions most. Announcing a Caliphate is under the authority of the Union of Muslim Scholars led by the Muslim Brotherhood, which only it represented the decision making power in the Muslim world. This would be Qatar. This is why Turkey is in bed with the Muslim Brotherhood while it has its eyes on Arabia gaining not only Muslim Brotherhood blessing for its new revival of a grand Caliphate, but now its closer to taking they keys of the two holy mosques (Mecca and Medina) from Saudi Arabia as well are giving the Ottomans blessings from the Kaaba’s  Zamzam water.

As we stated in 2015, the world thinks that “Turkey’s goal is to eventually establish a military alliance involving Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates.” But we emphasized “But such goal can never be established with the Al-Sisi’s anti Muslim Brotherhood current government. Is it no wonder why Antichrist finally has to invade Egypt (Daniel 11).”

The Gulf states realizes that despite their wealth, they are still vulnerable and continuing to depend on the United States to guarantee their security no longer appears tenable given the possibility of a broader U.S.-Iranian rapprochement.

And in another article in 2015, we stated:

“We have no religion called ‘Sunni’ or ‘Shiite’” said Erdogan reminding the Muslim world that Turkey will  not join a Sunni alliance with Saudi Arabia, but an Islamic alliance of both Sunnis and Shiites which also includes Iran and wants to become the guardian of this new coalition (Ezekiel 38:7)

It can’t get anymore accurate than this. Everything fits like a glove once you understand biblically which nation is which.

We have been saying this all along. In August 2014 we wrote that:

“Erdogan will not enter any party in the sectarian conflict but intends to use his Sufi brand of Islam to unite the entire Muslim world.”

Far from Wahhabism, Sufism is the most dangerous, not only that because it teaches tremendous violence since it was the Sufis who are the muscle and sinew of the faith advancing it to become the world’s second-largest religion. Sufis are not simply a sect of Islam, but rather heirs of an ancient mystical tradition within both the Sunni and Shia branches of the faith combining their inward quest with war and expansion worldwide. Sufism is also the ecumenical force in which it is the best uniting factor between Shiite and Sunni Muslims.

“This ‘Islamized shamanism’, covering the geographic areas of modern-day Turkey, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kirghizstan, northern Afghanistan, the Turkoman province of Iran and the Uygur district of Xinjian province of China will play a major role in the end times and we predict that the Antichrist is likely to be Sufi.”

Indeed, this is what is happening and as we have been saying years ago: Saudi Arabia is being abandoned, so expect the news headlines for the next couple years to be shock to the world, but not to you.

Erdogan, single-handedly was able to do several things as of late. He was able to revive an Islamic theology which enables himself to be declared as God (here, here, here). He seeks to change set laws in Turkey. He seeks now to unite Shiites and Sunnis to be the guardian of the Muslim world:

“Be you prepared, and prepare for yourself, you, and all your company that are assembled to you, and be you a guard to them.” (Ezekiel 38:7)

The “you” is “Gog” “chief prince of Meshech and Tubal,” that is Turkey. And the “them” are “Persia, Ethiopia, and Libya …” (Ezekiel 38:5). Persia is Iran. This verse alone got us to conclude all of our previous reports that Shiites and Sunnis will be the subject of unity and false peace as Erdogan will attempt to be their guardian. Few verses from the Bible could take a library to explain. And in order to stop Libya and Egypt calling “death to Turkey,” Turkey will invade both Egypt and Libya (Daniel 11:42-43) while Arabia (Sheba and Dedan) will take a sideline when Turkey unites the Muslim world with Turkey’s and Iran’s unifying slogan “death to Israel”.

In the end, it matters little what Muslim divides exist between Shiite vs. Sunni, Wahhabi ISIS vs.  Wahhabist Saudis, Brotherhood vs. Wahhabist. Indeed, all this matters to some extent, these will always divide. But nothing can unite the Muslim world, not even Allah and Muhammad or even their direction of prayer and pilgrim can unite them. It is not the black stone that will unite them, but the burdensome stone, Jerusalem, which will unite them for a moment and will crush them in the end.

Let me explain the Middle East simply: “Death to Turkey,” says Egypt, and while Turkey responds “death to Egypt,” Libya too says “death to Turkey,” and while Turkey responds “death to Libya,” Saudi Arabia says “death to Iran” and while Iran responds “death to Saudi Arabia,” the Yemeni Houthis says “death to Saudi Arabia,” and while the Saudis respond “death to the Houthis,” Hamas says, “death to the Palestinian Authority,” and while the Palestinian Authority responds  “death to Hamas,” all these agree on one ‘death slogan’, that is “death to Israel and death to America”.


  • Thank you for the analysis. It made waiting, patiently, for this to happen.

    Pro-Trump bloggers such as “The Conservative Treehouse” simply does not get it. They are too busy burning incense at the altar of Trump and ignoring that Scriptures accurately predicted Egypt, Libya, and southern Islamic countries who aligns with Saudi Arabia will all fall in the pits while the Ottoman beast, ascending out of said pit, will wage war upon the saints and overcome them.

    America is now checkmated and will eventually have to abandon Saudi Arabia, including Egypt, and accept being 2nd fiddle to Russia, future leader of the anti-Antichrist coalition.

    • DantesRivers

      Did I misread your statement? Russia is the future leader of the antichrist coalition?

      • I said “anti-Antichrist”.

        • DantesRivers

          Thank you. I agree Russia will come against the antichrist in the end.
          But in the present moment both Trump and Putin are in similar situations. Putin through Iran is getting more entangled with Turkey and Trump has sided with the King of the South. Both Putin and Trump could be part of the deal that leads to the revived Ottoman empire (assuming the dreaded timing of things) and Russia (we know) and the USA (we hope) will break away in the end to fight the antichrist.

          • I agree.

            I wrote something similar about it:

            At this point, expect for Turkey to continue their backward
            transformation as they move away from democracy toward the former
            Ottoman caliphate. As noted above, Turkey became a republic, losing all
            of its former territory as agreed by the Treaty of Lausanne. With
            someone like Erdogan at the helm, Turkey will continue to play the
            democracy game as part of a long con and one day, Turkey as it is today
            will not be Turkey, but a revived Ottoman Empire.

            This will change the balance of power in the Middle East. Between
            America and Russia jockeying to maintain hegemony over control and
            influence over the Middle East, Turkey will become a lighthouse of hope
            for stability in the Middle East, somehow, they will achieve it,
            pleasing the America and Russia foreign policy planners.Source

          • technician

            I just pray that the USA and Russia don’t have a war with each other. That would be catastrophic with no winners, only death and destruction on both sides.

    • Owen Schumacher

      Yes, Russia, for sure. I can imagine the standard WWII allies (UK, France), and all the Southern European countries (Spain, Italy, Greece) as a united front. Italy was wacko in WWII, but I think it’ll play for the good side this time. (Since Italy is Euroskeptic and in a different place politically, it has no strategic need to ally with Germany anymore.) The US better join in if it knows what’s good for it. As the old saying goes: “You can depend on Americans to do the right thing, but only after they have exhausted every other possibility.”

      • Eric

        Owen, that quote was famously said by the great Winston Churchill. Also, going by the wise King Solomon, who said, “History Repeats”, we can expect the U.S. to turn around and make the right decision. As it was in the first two World Wars, however, we will need to be forced; A German U-boat sinking one of ours was the catyalast for getting ourselves in WW1, and Japan bombing Peral Harbor was the catalyst for two. I can only imagine what will happen that will force us to engage in the third.

        Historically, the U.S. seems to jump in when the alies become weary, add extra manpower, and push everybody over the finish line. We came into WW1 with seven million troops, six months before the fighting stopped; in WW2, we entered about halfway through. America will become involved most likely toward the end, adding extra manpower, as well as–most likely–nukes.

        • Owen Schumacher

          Eric, a very interesting set of predictions on WWIII and eschatology comes from St. Paisios and St. Cosmas of Aetolia. They’re both very beloved saints of the twentieth century. Walid has dug into prophecies from the Ecstatic of Tours and certain Roman Catholic saints, but I’d be interested to hear what he has to say about predictions like those from Paisios and Cosmas (and also Elder Joseph of Vatopedi).

          Much of what they say broadly lines up with what Walid foresees, but there are a few notable tweaks and differences. 1) Greece completely sits out any war with Turkey—mostly due to it being militarily unable—and Russia, in a combination of self-interest and Orthodox camaraderie, does all the heavy lifting on Greece’s behalf. However, 2) in Paisios’ vision, the U.S., Israel, and Japan are allies set against Russia (!), and they, along with other European nations, start an enormous ground and naval war with Russia centered along the Mediterranean. Close to a billion people die. Then, 3)—very interestingly!—this is NOT the end or the time of Christ’s return. Instead, 4) following WWIII is about thirty years of peace and Christian rebirth, where Constantinople is given back to the Greeks and Russia and Christianity become greatly influential in the world. 5) After this respite of peace, during which most Jews and one third of the Turks become Christian, THEN comes the Antichrist and the Last Judgment. Interesting, right?! Again, I’d love to hear Walid’s take on Paisios and Cosmas’ predictions.

          Despite these differences, though, both Walid and the Orthodox saints are in agreement that 1) Turkey’s going to be the instigator, 2) Russia beats the Turks and saves Greece’s bacon, 3) Constantinople will become totally Christian again, and 4) the land of Turkey will be returned to the Greeks, Georgians, and Armenians.

          • Eric


            I am very familiar with the Prophecies of Elder Paisos, having studied them myself. My issue with them is the inherent nationalistic flavor, this “Russia Vs. the World” theme. Although I do agree with Elder Paisios that Turkey will instigate the war, and Russia will defeat them, and Constantinople will return to being Christian, I honestly do not think that Israel, the U.S., and the rest of Europe would gang up on Russia for no inexplicable reason. Furthermore, I doubt that Russia, despite being the second most powerful nation in the world, would be able to withstand all that, and still win.

            Furthermore, I have a hard time believing that Turkey would act alone, and the other Muslim nations just standing by. If anything, they would use the opportunity to join in on the fight, and side with Turkey. The Ottoman Empire only revives once. If WW3 is not the final war before Christ’s return, then that would mean that Turkey would be defeated, only to revive 30 years later, and then be defeated a third time.

            It doesn’t add up.

            If you look at it, not only would you have the Turkish-Iranian alliance, mentioned in Scripture, but you’d also have to throw in Iraq, Syria, Egypt, the rest of North Africa, and every nation ending with the suffix “stan” as part of the coming Islamic Confederacy that Scripture talks about. Throw Germany and Japan in there as Turkey’s alies, and it makes little sense as to why Israle, America, and Europe would stand against Russia rather than ally with her. Furthermore, with Turkey wanting to invade Europe, why on earth would Europe go AGAINST Russia, who is battling Turkey?

            Also, you have a number of these “After a great war/natural calamity there is thirty years of peace before Antichrist” prophecies. You have:

            1. The Great Monarch slew of prophecies, where a coming French King–with the help of Russia and America, as well as the armies of Europe–drives the Muslims out of Europe, spreads Christianity everywhere, and there is 30 years of world peace before Antichrist comes.

            2. The Three Days of Darkness prophecy where 3/4ths of the human race is wiped out. Afterwards, Peter and Paul come down from Heaven, and designate a new Pope. There is worldwide peace for 30 years, and a Christian revival, and then Antichrist comes.

            3. Then we have the prophecy you just described: WW3 followed by 30 years of peace, and then the arrival of Antichrist.

            Simply put, all three cannot be true at the same time

            You cannot have three separate periods of peace, two wars and a natural disaster that wipes out 3/4ths of mankind, and three separate appearances of Antichrist. It doesn’t add up. So either: two are false, and one is true, or all three are false. To have ALL THREE EVENTS happen at the SAME TIME is illogical; if three fourths of the population is wiped out, how can WW3 even happen? And by the same token, how can the U.S., Russia, and Europe be at war with each other when Russia and America are helping Europe drive out the Muslims infesting its lands, as stated by the Great Monarch Prophecies? All three of these “Thirty years of peace” prophecies are at odds with each other. They cannot mesh, they cannot harmonize. They’re simply incompatible when taking them in their rawest interpretations, and leaving no room for leeway.

            Finally Elder Paisos has said that America will “Feed the world, and then be destroyed”, and also said, “If America was not here, there would be peace.” and quite frankly, at this point, whenever I hear a “America is doomed!” prediction, I simply shut my ears. I’m sick of that. I approach saintly predictions with caution, as many of them seem to bluntly contradict one another.

          • Owen Schumacher

            I enjoyed your analysis, Eric! I’m glad you’ve thought about these issues. I honestly don’t know what to believe. I think Walid would be the first to say he doesn’t have all the answers. Anyway, it was fun to hear your two cents.

          • Eric

            None of us have all the answers, Owen. 🙂

            As for what to believe, the way I approach it is that I do not completely disregard Prophecies that have been seen by monks or nuns, but rather look to see how they match up with scripture. If they match up, I pay attention to them.

            Something else to keep in mind, too, is that sometimes, something could have been lost in translation when translating such Prophecies from their native languages into English, or the people who interpreted the prophecy missed something. Some prophecies simply need to be looked at with the “shoebatized” framework in mind, and suddenly, it makes sense. I have seven different prophecy collections, and I pay attention to a select few prophecies. Remember what I said: although we should approach prophetic visions carefully, we must not completely discount them, for as the Apostle Paul says, Prophecy is a gift. Joel also adds “Your young men will dream dreams, and your young women will have visions”. Therefore, we must not completely discard privet prophetic revelations and visions, but rather carefully sift through them, and realize that they are still a valid way of revelation that God uses even today.

    • Taurnil Oronar

      It’s unfortunate Sundance went that route because there are times he has some excellent analysis about Republicans, Democrats, etc but he is missing the real big picture.

      • I agree, his analysis of the election was good and was the sole reason I generally listened but once he defended Milo the fag I was finished. Inexcusable.

  • richinnameonly

    Saudi Arabia is becoming toast. They have little to offer anyone except money, and that is rapidly being outweighed on the scale by hatred from their neighbors. Erdogan’s 2023 looks realistically attainable as time goes on.

    • Kamau41

      Indeed, Rich.

    • magaforever

      I cant wait to see him tossed into the pit squealing

  • AnthonyM

    Clever movement of troops by Turkey. Wasn’t it just yesterday Turkey was playing the role of moderator to bring Saudi Arabia and Qatar back on friendly terms. Now Turkey plans to take advantage of the split.
    Germany is pulling its forces out of Incirlik Turkey, and moving them to a Jordanian Air Base. Turkey is unstable at the moment.

  • Kamau41

    “Think major shifts on the near horizon that will change the demography of the Middle East forever.” Just as predicted, all of the Prophetic pieces continues to come to together and lines up perfectly. You have been right on target all along. It’s totally an undeniable fact that Saudi Arabia is toast.

    Thank you for the breakdown and the very latest analysis on these very significant developments, which clearly reveals that everything remains prophetically on tract.

  • Higlac

    Off-topic: I would have preferred that the ENTIRE Mozart Requiem had been posted – the jumbled bits approach just doesn’t have the same impact, alas. We don’t need to submit to ANY “political correctness”, including the idea of “instant gratification”.

    Back to topic: I marvel again at how much Mr. Walid Shoebat knows, and at how fearlessly and convincingly he’s piloting us as we follow him through the absolute MAZE of events coming in what evermore-surely look to be the end of an age. [There’s much more yet that I must do to fully digest this article: so much of a meal that we can hardly handle in one sitting.] Truly, who would have thought that Turkey would have such an important – and TERRIBLE – part to play in world events!!!

    May God Guard and Help him, his family and all of the rest of us as we walk and float through this evil time, keeping us away from all deceit and misunderstanding – and if anything happens, let’s ALWAYS remember to be compassionate and merciful to ourselves, each other and all of his group. After all, he has already demonstrated such exceptional qualities (notably in terms of going where very few if any have gone up to now with regards to prophecy and eschatology as well as Biblical living) as to always deserve to be remembered for the good he has done. BRAVO Walid!!!

    • Grandmere

      The Lacrimosa would have been enough for me.

      • Higlac

        We’ll have to disagree then: the whole piece is of such an exalted stature as to need to be posted in its entirety!!!

        [Although I’m not much of a Mozartean, I do know that the Requiem is one of his very greatest works in addition to being one of the greatest musical works of any age, in any dimensions, &c. The entire Sequence of the Dies Iræ plus the Introitus & Kyrie are both extremely involved…]

        • Grandmere

          I only meant “enough for me” in the context of a closing statement for the blog. How much do you think he actually wrote and how much was from notation?

          • Higlac

            I’m not sure what you mean here – could you please elaborate? [Are you referring to Süßmayr’s completion or the parts which Mozart actually wrote?]

            Either way, I for the life of me can’t be sure which part I would choose for a closing statement in this blog-post. The Introitus & Kyrie, the Recordare, the Rex Tremendæ Majestatis and the Confutatis – as well as the Offertorium are ALL more than worthy choices in my opinion.

  • Tom_mcewen

    If Israel is the little Satan and the America the big Satan, what after the attack on Iran by Sunni what is now Saud Arabia? Iran has the bomb by now and the will to use it. Question when? In this case Cannibalism is good, but what happens when we get brain eating zombies instead, invading the west as even more dangerous refugees? Can we throw Western Europe to them as meat to the lions.

  • Not yet Joel. Not yet.

  • Devan,

    I know your telling the truth for your IP Address shows you are in Qatar. At some point in time you will have to follow the instruction of “Come out of her my people” this encompass the whole of Arabia.

    As far as the timing goes there is still some time left. It is difficult to set a timeframe. Check with me in 6 – 7 years to assess the situation.

    As far as South Africa goes, this is a troubled region already. However, the issue of Antichrist is global with the eye of the storm in the Middle East.

    As I was telling some else today “You can do the same with “Sodom and Egypt” which is a much bigger picture than just Jerusalem. Our Lord was Crucified in Jerusalem, but His Body (the Church) will also be crucified in Christendom (the other Jerusalem) because of Sodom (homosexuality) and Egypt (neopaganism, think Kek all stems from idols of Egypt) which is sweeping the West. So “the idols of Egypt will totter before Him” in Isaiah 19 covers a huge region where paganism is growing. There is literal and then there is the type. The second is hidden. Think Wisdom 2. It is the Crucifixion of the Church. The Final Solution. How do you suppose that prophecy is fulfilled? Yet so few pay attention to it. It will encompass the West. Think of whom abandon the covenant who will work with Antichrist. Daniel says it is them who will cause the stopping of the Grain Offering (Communion). Wait till this Sunday Special for a shocker to see whom the right trust and how steeped they are into Satanism. It is so terrifying that it will shock you but we decided to send it out in a series lest people cannot fathom it since it is a difficult pill to swallow. Its bitter.”

    No one can tell what regions this will encompass but we have an idea: the West and the East but as far as South Africa is concerned who knows.

  • Doc

    So, this is easy. I’m not doubting you, Walid. I think you have a gift for understanding what’s going on. So I want to be careful not to imply that I’m applying a test to “catch you” or something. Quite the contrary. Judging from the article we will know that your interpretations are true when Turkey starts World War III against Egypt and Libya. This will be the signpost to all the doubters that time is really, really short.

  • Dominus


    ISIS in their Rumiyah magazine has just issued a direct threat to two main Christian nations in western Balkans, to Catholic Croats and Orthodox Serbs, and how they will march on our streets and decapitate us, Crusaders. They also said that traitours muslims will be dealt with even more harshly.

    Good thing in this evil is that it will finally reconcile catholics and orthodox christians were we will have to fight them together in last crusade. End time battles will not miss us either, pray for us, because we are on their way to Rome, as we were throughout history.

    • Nan

      They’re just pissed that neither Serbs nor Croats could be forced into Islam.

  • Another rule of thumb.

    Any nations America’s snobbish elites hate, that will be one who may fight the Antichrist in the end.

  • The reason I say America at the end is because right now, America is King Herod and Saudi Arabia is Salome who demands the heads of Christians, represented by John the Baptist, on silver platter. America, addicted to Saudi’s oil, has no choice but to obey.

  • Anthony

    Walid you’re making the kernels in my head pop and soon the bag will get full!

  • lewjac3

    Very enlightening article, the ending was very revealing.

  • Grandmere

    Don’t fall for it. Turkey is the seat of Satan.

  • I have confronted him, Sundance he goes by, for defending the fag, Milo. Know what he said? “Cruz lost.”

    I got hit by his followers but I told him, “I voted for Trump, you dingbat,” but it didn’t faze him. I almost confronted him for using the image I created for Shoebat, the poster style of Erdogan as the Antichrist, and decided against it.

    In every article he posts, he never, ever talks about the Scriptures view like Shoebat balances the view of politics and Scriptures.

    He also idolizes Andrew Brietbart and my gut is now telling me Brietbart is actually an eugenicist but that is pure conjecture.

  • Russia is pushing for a resolution to the crisis, and continues to support Iran just to aggravate the United States for its continued support of Saudi Arabia.

  • Kamau41

    “I am starting to like the Turks”. You are being deceived!

  • Kamau41

    We still have some years to go… Just be patient, stick around on the ship and row with us.

    • Joel Bama Teague

      I am sticking around. The says no man knows the time or the hour but you will the time is near . I feel like that it is time to look up for my redemption draws near. A lot of my Christian Family feel the same way.

  • Nasrani

    Ahlan wa sahlan ya akhi, shakhbarak? I’m sure you’ve picked up that phrase while working in an Arab country ;-). Welcome on board brother, I’m so glad to hear of a fellow South African following the knowledegable, wise and blessed teacher Mr Shoebat.

    As a South African myself I’m quite surprised and glad to see my own people digging for religious truth, because I know how ignorant we South Africans are when it comes to Religion. All our people care and talk about is Politics, but not Religion. Religion is the last thing you’d ever hear about.

    Anyways lol enough complaining, I pray that GOD bless you and keep you safe in the muslim world. Ma’a Salaama

  • Got a link or a way to for me to read what he said? I want to read it for myself.

  • Thank you for proving all my points I have been saying for years of what the Turkish plan is.

  • Tom

    “Saudi Arabia, the fountain that started Wahhabi-Islamic ideology has ITS HATCHLINGS COME AGAINST THEIR MOTHER (Saudi Arabia) to slowly consume her and set her on fire in the end.”

    The ten horns that you saw and THE BEAST WILL HATE THE HARLOT; they will leave her desolate and naked; they will eat her flesh and consume her with fire. ~ Revelation 17:16

    Walid, many of us would still be looking incorrectly to Rome and the Catholic Church as the harlot were it not for you. Thank you.

    Doing a quick search on Requiem, I saw that Mozart believed he was composing Requiem (“a musical composition in honor of the dead” ~ Merriam-Webster) for his own funeral. It seems that the harlot of Revelation has composed a work (and spread it worldwide) that will ultimately return only to be her funeral dirge. Great choice.

  • I can’t listen to the podcast because I am deaf. However, Shapiro’s piece confirms Theo’s analysis of Steve Bannon and the fag who are pushing a type of neo-nationalism that runs counter to Christian ethnics taught by the Church. Thanks, DaKardii.

  • Yeah, it makes me want to bang my head on my desk when reading his tweets. He has built his reputation on being unpredictable, and that makes him a dangerous foe to his enemies.

  • Craig A. Mouldey

    There appears to be a strong effort by Saudi Arabia to sink Qatar ‘for supporting terrorism’. This is the pot calling the kettle black. With all that is said here in this article, all true I suspect, I also see the agenda of the western military/Industrial complex still has their sights fixed on Iran. Syria was a stepping stone to get to that goal but it hasn’t gone quite as expected. And as the article notes, this is yet another ‘miscalculation’. I would have been happy to see Trump accomplish what he said and not meddle in other countries. They are still meddling by proxy.

  • “am muslim and i know much more than all of you about my religion…”

    You do? I grew up Muslim and memorize much of the Quran and speak fluent Arabic. I also know history.

    “first Sufism you idiot is an non violent sect who believes in spirituality ”

    It was the spirit of Sufi Al Ghazali’s teachings on jihad warfare that in fact inspired the Turkish Ottomans into carrying out jihad campaigns that ravaged neighboring Asia Minor from the 11th to the 15th century.

    Al-Ghazali said:

    “One must go on jihad (i.e., warlike razzias or raids) at least once a year… one may use a catapult against them when they are in a fortress, even if among them are women and children. One may set fire to them and/or drown them…. If a person of the Ahl al-Kitab [People of The Book—Jews and Christians, typically] is enslaved, his marriage is [automatically] revoked.… One may cut down their trees/…One must destroy their useless books. Jihadists may take as booty whatever they decide…they may steal as much food as they need.”

    Sufis ruled in the early Mughal periods in India were the greatest massacres in human history ever, took place that dwarfed the Holocaust, and in recent times, the Northern Caucasus like Sufi Naqshbandi leader, Shamil Basayev showed Sufism’s true colors when he orchestrated the brutal Beslan massacre.

    “Sunni is 4 schools of thoughts maliki hanafi hanbali shafii … wahabisim is sect made by the english just to spread violence and make people hates muslims….qatar is sunni ..only saudi kigdom is wahabi which is hated by all of us muslims..”

    That is the craziest thing I have ever read. You must be either a real idiot or you know nothing about the schools of Islam.

    Indeed, the four schools make up Sunni jurisprudence but it was the Hanbali المذهب الحنبلي‎‎ Ahmad ibn Hanbal (d. 855) that spawned the Wahhabi and Salafi movements in Saudi Arabia, the UAE (Sharjah, Umm al-Quwain, Ras al-Khaimah and Ajman) including Bahrain, Oman, Yemen and some in Iraq and Jordan.

    It is the Hanbalis who experienced a reformation in the Wahhabi-Salafist movement from a small school during the 18th to early-20th century by Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab and Al Saud.

    I also lived in Saudi Arabia at the Aramco.

    So next time you comment, instead of emptying your dirty diaper that your mother forgot to throw in the trash try writing history.

    And I like Shakshuka.

    Next time you write learn how to write with respect.

    Now go and Khazouk yourself.

  • Owen Schumacher

    Time will tell!