By Walid Shoebat (Shoebat Exclusive)
The news continually is unfolding and the Islamic Antichrist nation of Turkey is on a collision course with the west, so listen up. When the Islamic Caliphate (ISIS) first arose we warned that Turkey’s fingerprints would be all over it. And today, the Economist stated:
“Today the fallout from Turkey’s relations with ISIS knows no end. Its global image is in tatters amid persistent claims of secret dealings with the jihadists, which Turkey denies, of course. Shaky peace talks with the Turkish Kurds are near collapse, because Syrian Kurds in Kobane are still under siege by ISIS as Turkish tanks look on passively. Friendship with America has soured because of Turkey’s refusal to let coalition war planes use the Incirlik airbase to bomb ISIS. Now a spat with Denmark over a Danish jihadist is testing relations with the European Union.
Turkey has also become a haven for ISIS and terrorist runaways. Basil Hassan, a Muslim terrorist of Dane-Lebanese extraction, is accused of attempting to murder Lars Hedegaard, a writer with anti-Islamic views, in Copenhagen. He was caught on April 16th by Turkish police at Istanbul’s Ataturk airport after a tip-off. The row erupted when it emerged that Mr Hassan had been freed by the Turks despite Danish demands for his extradition.
Some speculate that Mr Hassan was part of a hostage swap for the 46 Turks kidnapped by ISIS from the Turkish consulate in the Iraqi city of Mosul in June and released on September 20th while others claim that Mr Hassan vanished before the deal.
Also it is unclear if three ISIS fighters arrested over the murders of a policeman, a soldier and a member of the public in southern Turkey in March remain in custody.
Denmark’s prime minister, Helle Thorning-Schmidt, insists Turkey must face repercussions for its behaviour, though “taking the issue to the EU now would be out of place.” But a Social Democratic rival, Mette Gjerskov, says EU membership talks must be frozen and Danish troops in Turkey on a NATO mission be pulled out. The EU has also condemned the recent intrusion of Turkish ships into Cyprus’s territorial waters. “I see a genuine concern across the political spectrum as to where Turkey stands,” warns Marietje Schaake, a Dutch member of the European Parliament.
Turkey’s hopes of joining the EU were already dented after the government’s response to last year’s Gezi park protests left at least nine dead. Worries over efforts to quash corruption probes against the president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and his inner circle, to muzzle the press, to censor the internet and to stack the judiciary were all aired in the EU’s recent annual progress report on Turkey’s accession talks. Yet the government is proposing new laws granting the police sweeping powers, including the right to detain suspects for 24 hours without seeking prosecutors’ consent.
David Cohen, an American treasury official, dropped another bombshell by announcing that ISIS earns as much as $1m a day from illicit oil sales involving “Turkish middlemen”. Turkish officials retort that Turkey sees ISIS as a threat to its own security and that since the start of this year, 60m litres of contraband fuel have been seized and 65 kilometres (40 miles) of illegal pipelines ripped out. Yet until Turkey “unequivocally joins the coalition against ISIS,” warns Marc Pierini, a former EU ambassador to Ankara, doubts over its place in Europe and the West “will only grow.”
Turkey has a dismal record when it comes to freedom of expression, judicial reform, separation of powers, and rule of law and its criticized for displaying increasing authoritarian tendencies and draws attention to the widening gap between the EU and Turkey.
But this phenomenon is not only between Turkey and the E.U. Turkey taking a sideline approach at Kobani will eventually launch ISIS as the victor against the U.S. We shall see that ISIS will reign supreme in Iraq and Syria which will cause a bruise against the U.S. led Coalition and Turkey will be blamed. That with the issue of Armenia is a very special case and those who live in Washington probably hear enough about the Armenian Genocide from time to time. This issue is and will always be a sore issue. The United States was also very disappointed that Turkey didn’t accept the plan before the invasion of Iraq to open a second front through Turkey.
Even Reuters had this to say just last week about Turkey:
Turkey’s leaders have never been afraid of sticking to their guns in the face of international opinion. Both Erdogan and Prime Minister Ahmet Davutolgu are driven by a vision of the Middle East united by a Turkish brand of political Islam. Both believe their foreign policy is supported by moral imperatives, and that they are on the right side of history.
But unless Ankara aligns itself more closely with international opinion it will become ever more isolated, and its goals will remain out of reach, many experts believe.
So the West is beginning to see the two very issues we were predicting all along: 1) The vision of Turkey’s imperial plans and “vision of the Middle East united by a Turkish brand of political Islam” and 2) Ankara will become ever more isolated from western powers.
Everything is going according to God’s plan, to allow the formation of the threat spoken of by John. The West and the Muslim world are on a collision course to part ways.
From here forward, pay close attention. Had we said two years ago that a small offshoot of Al-Qaeda, ISIS, would establish a Caliphate, control major swathes of territory in Iraq and Syria, analysts would have laughed us off, the United States pulled out listening to such analysts instead of listening to us, since Al-Qaeda was in hiding in Pakistan and Tora Bora. Today such an unusual scenario has become reality. Where are our mockers today?
As ISIS continues to grow and choke nationalism, we will see Turkey in the future working in conjunction to create its Islamic superstate through mergers of Muslim nations. And just as we have seen a Blitzkrieg Arab Spring and ISIS, the Muslims, especially Turkey is patient and at some point in time the showdown will commence with Egypt in which we expect Turkey (king of the north) to dash towards Egypt (king of he south) and the Copts will be massively slaughtered. The Muslim Brotherhood already announced Turkey as the future headquarters of this Caliphate and will come back into Egypt. Currently the Muslim Brotherhood’s rhetoric is anti-ISIS opting for Turkey to re-unite the Caliphate under several superstates and is why Daniel calls it a “divided kingdom”.
Our analysis here will bring mockers, but the unification process will then go in full gear since Turkey in Daniel 11 will enter Egypt, Sudan and Somalia which will all become one (the Muslim state of Qinana) and Turkey according to Daniel 11 will march into North Africa in which Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco and Mauritania will become one state (Al-Maghreb).
And then we have Gogaz easily and willfully join the Muslim League (Ezekiel 30). This would include Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan. Ever wonder why its called Gogaz (Gog)? This alone eliminates Russia from the equation.
Currently what we see is an attempted unification between Syria and Iraq making borderless states in order to reverse the treaty of Sykes-Picot. While we are not certain exactly how this new Caliphate Map will be drawn, ISIS currently has them as 13 states.
But if we consider that 3, Europe (Orobpa) , Ethiopia (Habasha), Spain (Andalus) these are Christian lands, which needs to be occupied through force instead of joining voluntarily. So eliminating these initially will have 10 states: 1-Anatolia (Turkey) 2-Kurdistan 3-Gogaz, (C.I.S, which includes Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan) 4-Khorasan (Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan and possibly Indonesia) 5-Iraq 6-Sham (Syria, Lebanon) 7-Qinana (Egypt, Sudan and Somalia) 8-Maghreb (which includes Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco and Mauritania) 9-Yemen 10-Hijaz (which includes the Gulf States).
Daniel’s ten toes and John’s 10 horns can now easily be seen as feasible.
If Syria falls (and it will), Lebanon will be taken and the Christians there will be slaughtered until the numbers of the martyrs is fulfilled. The Christian Maronites of Lebanon will put a fight, but will be defeated. They already see the writing on the wall.
As we stated decades prior to Turkey’s Islamist conversion, it will choose Islam’s Ishmaelite Arabism and Babylon as its adhesive to unite clay (weak) and iron (strong) from over 50 Muslim states to later have the most powerful nations of Russia and the West destroy it when the Christian world experiences a great revival (see Ezekiel 28:7-8 Daniel 11:44), that “news from the north” (Russia) will trouble the King of the North (Turkey/antichrist). The Christian world will mark their foreheads with the Mark of Christ while the Muslim world will mark their foreheads with the mark of the blasphemy of Islam–the Shahadatan.
While Islam was the adhesive that put Turkey closer to its Muslim neighbors, Islam became a major concern for western countries. We have already seen riots recently in Germany and Italy and England is not far off from implementing laws to ban terrorists who join ISIS from returning and Europe all tighten its immigration laws. The war between Islam and the West, while its bad news, it has its good news: Christian revival and a desire to resort to militarism, especially in Russia.
All this will further plunge Turkey to look towards Iran in which the two are locked together in their destiny (Ezekiel 38, Revelation 13:2). This beast is the body of a Leopard (Revelation 13:2) (The Greco-Roman) and not European, with its feet of the Bear (Iran).
Ahmet Davutoglu the most influential man in Turkey and the architect of this Ottoman revival. In his book on the role of Asia, he says:
“While other powers redefine their strategies towards Asia in the post-Soviet era, Turkey also needs to redefine its relationship with Central Asia [and include Albania and Bosnia as well], the Middle East, the Far East, and the Black Sea-Caucasus region.”
When the Soviet Union disintegrated, the Turks suddenly honed in on Uzbekistan and Tajikistan their long lost ethnic brethren as Turkey became very interested in the Russia-Black Sea-Caucasus area. This region is known biblically as part of Gomer and Beth Togarmah. This unification is currently ensuing.
So stand by and get ready for the great war drumbeats: