Category Archives: Muslim Brotherhood

Running with the footmen

The Middle East is in flames. Scenes reminiscent of a second Vietnam flicker on the TV screens of the world.  Jihadi forces that Israel has been combating for nearly a century are swarming like zombies over the walls and borders of Syria, Iraq and Jordan – colonial boundaries established by Britain and France at the […]

Mourning at Megiddo

Mourning at Megiddo In ancient times, the death of a Jewish leader brought on intense national mourning. Jeremiah describes it, “Focus in and call for the professional mourning women, that they may arrive. And send out for the skilled wailing women, that they may come … Yet listen, O women, to the word of YHVH, […]

When the Middle Eastern pot boils over

The Middle East is a violently boiling cauldron. So many changes are happening so quickly, and the media does not grasp the complexity and intractability of the present situation.  What follows is a brief summation of the current state of affairs, and scriptural guidelines on how to pray for each country. Syria – the history […]

War in Gaza

Over the past few days limited warfare has broken out between Hamas (Muslim Brotherhood) terror groups in the Gaza Strip and Israel. Over 110 rockets and mortars have been fired from Gaza and Sinai onto Israeli civilian farms, villages, towns and cities. Israel Air Force Iron Dome anti-missile batteries have brought donw the lion’s share […]

Shattering the gates of Damascus (Amos 1:5)

Damascus is the crown jewel of the Arab world, culturally and historically. It is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities and capitals on the planet (Ezekiel 27:16), a star member of the United Nations’ World Heritage Sites. Yet at this very moment Damascus is engulfed in the throes of riot, butchery and civil war. […]

The Changing of the Guards

Two significant Middle Eastern events transpired on June 30, 2012. In Israel former Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir passed away at the age of 96. In Egypt the Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsi became the fifth President of the Arab world’s largest country at the age of 60. In the sovereignty of God, these two personalities […]

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