The Islamic Antichrist System is Forming as Iran and Turkey Are Already Uniting

The so-called “Iran experts” and “Turkey experts”, including all the U.S. government officials, both right and left, with their propaganda machine pitting Sunnis against Shiites, and also saying that Iran is growing increasingly unstable and that Erdogan was on his way out, were all wrong and we who study our Bibles are RIGHT. This observation is obvious today more than ever as we see western media is discussing the visit by Iran’s (biblical Persia) President Hassan Rouhani who just visited Turkey (biblical Lydia).

The media is discussing the economic issues that are dominating the talks between these two nations as if “its all about world economy stupid”.

But the fact on the ground reveals otherwise.

Indeed economic progress for Turkey and Iran leads to political issues in exploring ways of expanding relations between Tehran and Turkey and discussing important regional and international issues besides agreements between the two countries plan to increase their bilateral trade volume from $20 to $30 billion. Indeed, Iran is seeking a bigger share of Turkey’s fast-growing energy market, while Turkish firms want a green light to expand in a country of 76 million people with some of the world’s biggest oil-and-gas reserves.

But for Iran, turkey is an important “corridor” to boost its foreign relations with the international community and there are Iranian expectations to get the Turkish support in realizing this direct corridor.


We can already see, as we predicted at, that Turkey and Iran will unite, despite their differences on Syria or that there is a Shiite-Sunni divide in the region.

For Turkey, the main issues are not only the situation in Syria as the media with short-foresight views it. While Iran supports the Syrian regime of Bashar Al Assad, Turkey opened its territories to the Syrian opposition and called for an end to Al Assad’s regime. Yet in this visit and before, neither country, expressed willingness to change its position on Syria and the friendship is still consummated by Monday’s visit.

While Iran does not pressure Turkey over Syria, Turkey helps Iran to bolster its uranium enrichment. Turkey’s Development Minister Cevdet Yilmaz already described the international sanctions imposed on Iran over its disputed nuclear programme as “unfair”.

Iran is working diligently on its military power as this following report reveals:

Prophetic issues have never been moving so quickly before. Agreements between Iran and other major nations will commence next week. Representatives of Iran and the so-called P5+1 – the US, UK, France, Russia and China, plus Germany – will resume trying to draft an agreement that would provide a comprehensive solution to the nuclear issue and see the sanctions lifted.

The question is, will Turkey bind such an agreement and if Israel is involved remains to be seen and we presume still has some time to go before a peace treaty is confirmed for seven years. But as it seems, such a deal is not far-fetched to be in the near horizon. Iran will get its nuclear as we stated long ago and Turkey will come to its aid (as we already see) since in the Islamic world, what’s coming next are big ideas; forging unities and alliances between major Muslim nations, not just terrorist organizations. The image of the Islamic threat will grow to form major military alliances and the next decade is crucial.

The Iranian president’s visit to Turkey has also brought with it a delicate issue of protocol, reports the BBC’s James Reynolds in Istanbul. Visiting foreign leaders normally make a trip to the mausoleum of Turkey’s founder Mustafa Kemal Ataturk. But Iran – an Islamic republic – is reluctant to pay its respects to Ataturk – the founder and champion of a secular state, correspondents say. And why should that be an objection; Turkey’s current Islamist government is in agreement with Iran in doing away with the era of Ataturk’s secular regime.

In Iraq, Iran is seen as a sponsor of Prime Minister Nouri Al Maliki, whom Turkey has accused of pursuing a sectarian agenda. Mr. Maliki has accused Mr. Erdogan of meddling in Iraq’s internal affairs and objected to Ankara’s strong backing of the semi-autonomous Kurdish regional government in northern Iraq and its push for self-rule.

But as we reported, that there will be a silence by Iran regarding its ally Syria and Turkey will be silent about Iran’s influence in Iraq, which will eventually raise an eyebrow not only in Damascus, but globally as to what really is going on between Iran and Turkey.

To Tehran Turkey is an essential partner in the Islamic awakening and it does not want a clash with it, even if it costs it secular Syria. Any Iranian interference will complicate the situation and brings strong reaction from the Sunni Muslims and Arab nationalists.

If it is true, that we all ought to see things from an economic prism that is void of the ideological dynamo (which is truly the mover and shaker in the region), then why are these two supposed Shiite-Sunni rivals uniting?

The simple answer is this; it’s not all about economies, it’s all about religion and ethnic alliances, stupid.

It is crucial to understand that many in Iran and the Caucasus are of Azeri Turkish heritage. This ethnic affiliation is crucial to comprehend a Shiite-Sunni alliance between Turkey with Iran and other Muslim states which is sparking an Islamic unification including all the way to the Caucasus. For example, Iran’s Hassan Rouhani on April 9th officially welcomed his visiting Azeri counterpart from Azerbaijan, Ilham Aliyev to sign several agreements on Tehran-Baku trade and economic cooperation. Iran has 35 million people of Turkish ethnic origin make up the majority in Iran — nearly half of the Iranian population. Should the US Government, which is plagued with stupidity, have any plans regarding Iran, it should discuss the issue not only with Turkey and Azerbaijan, but also with the Azeri Turks in Iran. Azeri Turks in Iran tend to wander away from Shia belief, seeing it as a major part of the assimilation process Azeri Turks are subjected to in Iran. Ayatollah Khamenei (the current Supreme Leader) himself is Azeri Turk on his father’s side.

Prophecy students need to understand Arabia’s Islam which tried to attempt to mingle the nations through intermarriage (1) but failed to remove God’s ordained ethnic adhesive. Turkey and Iran have much in common besides Islam.

The Antichrist kingdom is of mixed nations and multitudes that refuse to completely blend into the melting pot. It’s the war between God and Satan in which God keeps us distinct through ethnicity while the devil wants to combine us as one to be easily ruled. It is true that the European Union, for example (which is falling apart at the seams) does fit a satanic agenda uniting different ethnic Europeans into a melting pot, but another even fits better, that is a Turkic (Greco) and Persian alliance that would cover Turkey, Iran, Iraq, the C.I.S nations in the Caucasus, North Africa and many other nations that are mentioned literally in the Bible. If anyone doubts, just study Ezekiel 28 all the way to Ezekiel 39. Most amatuer prophecy students isolate Ezekiel 38, but when one examines the previous chapters, the Bible will shed much light to the unfolding scenario. In Ezekiel 30, its clear, Lydia is destroyed with Libya. It is Lydia (Turkey) that is Magog, Meshech, Gomer and Tubal which the prominant historians (not prophecy buffs) would confirm.

And when it comes to the melting pot of Arabia’s Islam, western students forget that the Bible has multiple layers of interpretation. For example, they focus on Daniel 2:41 which points to the nature of the two materials (Iron and Clay) as being partly weak and partly strong. While they are correct, it is also true that verse 43 has another layer and is rarely addressed in full: “And in that you saw the iron mixed with common clay, they will combine with one another in the seed of men; but they will not adhere to one another, even as iron does not combine with pottery.”

To understand this layer regarding the meaning of this riddle in this verse needs to be noted; the underlined words “mixed” and “combine” are actually the same words translated differently from the Aramaic “la Muta’arreb” which also literally means, “does not Arabize.” Such understanding is not mine alone—Ibin Ezra, one of the foremost respected Jewish writers, supported it: “Ibn Ezra is of the opinion that the Greek Kingdom represented by the leopard includes the Roman Empire, for ethnically the Romans were related to the Greeks. The Kittim, identified as descendants of the Romans were related to the Yavan (Greece)… The fourth animal then represents the rule of the Arabs.” (2)

Indeed, the beast is a Roman revival, but which part is the question? It’s the Greco-Roman, Byzantium (Turkey), not Rome Italy. It is “Yavan” (Turkey) as Ibn Ezra stated which is Ionia/Greece which Christ Himself invades in Zechariah 9. People isolate Scripture and rarely examine the other lesser studied parts of the Bible. Who would dare argue that Ezekiel 38 is of more importance than Zechariah 9 just because prophecy blogs make one more popular than the other?

Through God’s providence, Islam failed to unify the globe and re-create Babel in which everyone fully adheres to the Arabization process of Islam.


So lets see who is smarter, fifteen centuries of Islamic deception or the American policymakers with mediocre minds?

When Americans were making all the hoopla about ousting Saddam Hussein, the “tyrant”, it was as we said years ago, satisfying to Iran, the biblical bear who will arise and re-eat much flesh since ridding the world from Saddam opened the door to a dramatic shift in Iran’s geopolitical influence. Iraq now has a Shiite regime. The Iranians anticipated the American move and played its chess piece by creating pro-Iranian elements using the Iraqi Shiites and with the United States engaged in a war against Sunni insurgents, the Shia, already a majority, moved to fill the void.

Tehran now has a check on America’s favorite prostitute, Mecca, which America through God’s providence is less-copulating with Saudi Arabia since America is fewer dependants on Saudi abundant intoxicating oil.

Today, Erdogan is poised for a preview to sit in the Temple of God since he already plans to sit in a Temple of God in Istanbul; the Hagia Sohpia.

While Turkey is Sunni, unlike Arabia’s brand of Islam, its brand of Islam has great reverence to the Shiite historic and religious icons of Ali, Hassan and Hussein whose names are etched on the Hagia Sophia.

America’s attempt to pit Sunni against Shia will soon fail to only be re-ignited by God in Armageddon when each Muslim sword will go against his Muslim brother.

But for now, we will closely monitor this Turkish-Iranian alliance to inform you, so stand by.



(2) “Rabbi Saadiah Gaon [believes that] the fourth animal in the vision includes both the Roman and the Arab empires.” 11 “Ibn Ezra is troubled by the absence of the kingdom of Ishmael, viz. the Arabs and the Turks, who were very powerful in his time. He therefore concludes that the… fourth kingdom is the kingdom of Ishmael. Mezudath David follows this view.” In the original language of much of the Book of Daniel. The word is actually “Arab.” Strong’s Concordance confirms this word “Mu-Arab” is to Arabize, And thus this passage can read: “And just as you saw the iron mixed with baked clay, so the people will be mixed (Arabized) with the seed of men (through intermarriage) and will not remain united, any more than iron does not mix with clay.” Arab {ar-ab’}; from ‘`arab’ (6150) in the figurative sense of sterility; Arab (i.e. Arabia), a country East of Palestine: –Arabia.” “or mereb (1 Kings 10:15), (with the article prefix), {eh’-reb}; from ‘`arab’ (6148); the web (or transverse threads of cloth); also a mixture, (or mongrel race):–Arabia, mingled people, mixed (multitude), woof.” Also see, The Book of Daniel, A New Translation with Rabbinic Commentary Anthologized from Talmudic, Midrashic and Rabbinic Sources, Rabbis Nosson Scherman and Meir Zlotowitz (Mesorah, Brooklyn, 1979) , p 199. Also see The Books of Daniel, Ezra, Nehemiah: A New Translation of the Text, Rashi And A Commentary Digest Rabbi A.J. Rosenberg (Judaicia New York, 2000), p22


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