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Upcoming Firestorm In Middel East

Coming events have casted their shadow before. NY Times: Bush administration rushing bombs to Israel: Busk OK's $6 billion Saudi arms sale. Are headlines like these are indications of a upcoming firestorm all over the Middle East?

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I am concerend also that our American friends will soon be fighting wars on too many fronts. Already you have Iraq & Afghanistan. Soon, maybe it will be in in the Israel/Lebanon/Syria area. And there is Iran too, and then the other side of the world, North Korea.
And that's just the big ones
---alan8869_of_UK on 10/6/07

I believe the Dome of the Rock will be destroyed by a rocket or missile fired at Jerusalem by Moslems. If such is the case, the Arabs will go to bowing to one another and saying,it is the will of Allah, the will of Allah!!! A man(the Antichrist) will step forward and sign a peace agreement. One of the concessions he will get from the Arabs is to let the Jews rebuild the Temple. Later he will stand in this very Temple and declare himself God. Hence this next Temple will be Satan's Temple.When?
---Mima on 3/12/07

You didn't answer, Mima, I don't know if this blog pulled back up.
What's your timeline on the rebuilding?
---Lauren on 3/12/07

You might as well get use to them. And unbelievers take cover. God warns us, for His people has no need to be afaid.
---catherine on 3/12/07

Mima, I think you're jumping the gun. If anything happened to that gold dome, it would be rebuilt immediately.
The temple rebuilding will start at the beginning of the 7 year tribulation, it will probably be finished around the mid-trib point.
---Lauren on 3/12/07

Possibly. But these are but a distraction. Focus on your spiritual well being. Remember that any time of any day could be your last moment on earth. In that event, would it matter if the next day dawned on a nuclear war.
---lorra8574 on 3/11/07

Yes unbelievable firestorm coming in the Middle East, I expect during that firestorm for the Dome of the rock(the Moslem holy place on the Temple Mount0 to be destroyed thereby clearing the way for the rebuilding of a Jewish temple. This third and next temple to be built in Jerusalem will be Satan's temple. This temple will quickly be built millions of dollars are waiting to accomplish this task. I'm indebted to the messianic Jews of the Christian Jew Foundation for this information.
---Mima on 3/11/07

This is most odd
My last two communications on this blog were those of 7/27/06, and yet one of them appears now as if it were written yesterday.
Perhaps the Mods are trying to resurrect old blogs?
---alan_of_UK on 3/11/07

I think so.
And unlike many here, I do not exempt Israel from all blame. They have been provoked, but the response seems to be excessive, and more important, indiscriminate.
---alan8869_of_UK on 3/11/07

The trouble Donna, is that we have alienated most of the Iraqi population, and that having happened, we are isolated in a hostile terrain which we do not understand, whilse the enemy can hide anywhwer.
Our first priority should have been to restore the infrastructure of electricity, water, hospital, pharmacies, schools immediately. Then people would have seen benefit from our presence. Delay allowed the troublemakers to set the people againt us.
---alan8869_of_UK on 7/27/06

I just heard on tv, Pastor Hagge I think his name is? Said that he wouldn't be surprised if WW III was going to begin soon.
---sue on 7/26/06

#4 Alan of UK-- I was in the Army (stateside) during Viet Nam. My brother served 2 tours in 'Nam. IMO we could, and should, have won that war quickly and saved many lives. But in the U.S., politicians, who were out for votes during an unpopular war, worked to interfere.We would advance to a good position, only to then be ordered to withdraw w/o reason. I have some fear of that in Iraq, but more that we become spread too thin. It could happen fast. Balkins still a hot spot. Glad you Brits are there.
---Donna2277 on 7/26/06

#3-Alan of UK--Just now read your posts #3 & 4.Glad to know you are taking over some of our mission in Afghanistan. I hadn't heard that and I've been somewhat concerned about neglecting that area. Yes, it's true that Viet Nam and Now Iraq posed some unique challenges. We were not experienced in guerrilla warfare and definitely not in urban warfare as we have in Iraq. The enemy always has an advantage in their own territory. Before 9/11 our military had been cut back severely and we've had to catch up.
---Donna2277 on 7/26/06

#2-Alan-It WAS folly to disband the military.. maybe too many insurgents were hiding among them. I don't know. There were mistakes and delays. And wars don't usually go as "planned".I don't think many (except a few politicians) here worried about what the Arab world long as they "think twice" before they send terrorists to us. Nothing we could do would make them hate us worse than they do now.
---Donna2277 on 7/24/06

#1-Alan of UK--Thanks for your viewpoint. The press and news here are usually biased though they deny it. All we heard here was of the English who did not agree with Blair. I do not think the victory has been won, however. Can't believe WE are getting much benefit from the oil there, with the price of gasoline ever increasing! The Iraqis tho, are selling oil and getting their economy rolling again.Think we don't dare abandon them until their fledgling gov't is fully established (military and all).
---Donna2277 on 7/24/06

Yahushua said that when you see JERUSALEM SURROUNDED WITH ARMIES, THEN KNOW THAT THE DESTRUCTION OF IT IS NEAR.TWO KEY POINTS JERUSALEM NOT ISRAEL, AND ARMIES NOT ARMY.If a multination taskforce begins to move against jerusalem, then is the time for those there to flee. this signals the beginning of the tribulation. Another thought . jacob had SEVEN years working for his bride, not three and a half!!TRIBULATION IS CALLED THE TIME OF JACOBS TROUBLE!!!!
---truthfinder on 7/24/06

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The US are not the only ones in Iraq, nor in Afghanistan, we are actually taking over areas from the US. We are also still in the Balkans. As you say the uS is much bigger than UK, so clearly can operate in more theates than the UK.
But we are in hostile territory, and in other peoples countries. It was thus in VietNam, and the US with far superior firepower was forced to leave.
---alan8869_of_UK on 7/24/06

Donna # 4 .
So don't think you are alone. But as you have said before, ther US is a huge place, and probably the only country of goodwill which has sufficient forces to fight in many fields of action. But even the US can become overstretched.And it is easy to get caught out. With vastly superior fire-power, the US lost in Vietnam. Countries usually do lose when fighting on unfamiliar terrain and in someone else's country. That is my fear.
---alan8869_of_UK on 7/24/06

Donna # 3 The UK is elsewhere as well ... america is not alone in Afghanistan, in fact we are increasing our forces there, and taking over areas from the US.
We also remain in the Balkans, which is of world importance, as it too could explode again into extreme violence
---alan8869_of_UK on 7/24/06

Donna # 2 the result of this was that the Arab world did not see our motives as being good for Iraq, for really Iraq & Iraqis were left to fend for themselve, whilst we concentrated on getting those oil well going again ... of our benefit.
But that is by the by. We are there and it is not Tony Blair who keeps us there.
---alan8869_of_UK on 7/24/06

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Donna # 1 You think we are in Iraq only because of Tony Blair? Just shows you that you should not believe all you read in your press, any more than I should believe all I read in my press. Sadly, both USA and UK went into the war, with best intentions, if wioth faulty intelligence, but also without a plan of what to do once the military victory was won. There were insufficient plans to reinstate the infrastructure, and it was folly to disband the army.
---alan8869_of_UK on 7/24/06

Dont blame Israel. I think they have responded with constraint. Israel put forth a great effort to establish peace agreements and UN resolutions only to be attacked time and again. Hezbolah wants to see Jews die and I hope Israel can sucessfully destroy them. I mean, how many Israeli tanks have been shot at by Hezbolah? None, why? They are firing rockets into populated areas to kill as many Jews as they can, they dont care about the tanks.
---tofurabby on 7/24/06

Alan of UK-- you expressed concern that Americans could be fighting in Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran, Korea, Syria/Lebanon, all at the same time. What other country do you think would be fighting on all those fronts simultaneously? The British have been wonderful allies in the past and in Iraq (though from what I read and hear that's mostly due to Tony Blair).If I'm not being too nationalistic in asking, Who do you think might fight on our side in the future? My guess is no one.
---Donna2277 on 7/24/06

Donna ... Yup ... but it is not just the Americans
---alan8869_of_UK on 7/24/06

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The Middle East has always been a big gaping black hole.

Every major world power--Egypt, Graeco-Macedonian, Roman, French, British--has tried getting involved in it, wound up getting sucked down into it and spat out and eventually destoyed....

And it's STILL a big gaping black hole.
---Jack on 7/24/06

Condie's was speaking highly of a man who negotiated and got Iran to sit and talk about their nuclear program. Bet this man shows up in Israel too. Hezbollah needs to be destroyed. I'm watching for Iran or Syria to do something stupid next.
---Nellah on 7/23/06

Yup, just the Americans...wouldn't be the first time we've fought on several fronts at once. But I don't think it will get that far. I pray not. Though we COULD get the men and materiel needed, I doubt we'd succeed. Saddam Hussein was absolutely right when he said "the Americans do not have the heart for war"
Men I've talked to, home from Iraq, have the heart...they paint a picture vastly different from the news media. But many Americans may consider war just too distasteful to bother with.
---Donna2277 on 7/22/06

pkay ... yes, too familiar.
---alan8869_of_UK on 7/22/06

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Condie said yesterday that what is happening in the Middle East are the birth pangs of a "better middle east.."Sounds familiar???
---pkay on 7/22/06

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