Friday, October 30, 2015

KING OF THE SOUTH SIDES WITH ISRAEL

Saudi prince al-Waleed bin Talal: "In case of outbreak of Palestinian uprising I'll side with Israel," Saudi Arabia reached a political maturity to constitute durable alliance with Jewish nation
"The whole Middle-East dispute is tantamount to matter of life and death for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia from my vantage point ,and I know that Iranians seek to unseat the Saudi regime by playing the Palestinian card , hence to foil their plots Saudi Arabia and Israel must bolster their relations and form a united front to stymie Tehran's ambitious agenda,"

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In Ezekiel 38 Gog and Magog, AKA "the prince of Meshechm" gathers his group of nations, and eventually he attacks Israel. Of all the nations mentioned, Saudi Arabia and Egypt are left out. This implies that they refuse to attack Israel.

So, are we watching the posturing of Israel and Saudi Arabia for the final strategic event of the Church Age? It is amazing to see the way Israel and Saudi Arabia are giving each other hugs. The obvious reason is the following:

1. Both Saudi Arabia and Israel are allied with the USA.

2. Both have a common enemy in Iran.

3. Both are resentful of the Palestinians. In fact, few Middle Eastern nations tolerate the Palestinians and are delighted to have them holed up at Israel's back door.

4. Both have a cat and mouse relationship with Russia (Gog and Mogog).

5. Both have large oil reserves (that is, with Israel's recent discovery of oil off their coast).

6. Finally, they are half brothers. The Saudis are pure Arab in heritage, in contrast with Iran (Aryan) and the rest of the mixed blood Middle Eastern nations. Saudi Arabs descent from Ishmael, and Israeli Jews descend from Isaac, both are the sons of Abraham.

So, "I and my brother against the enemy."

Finally, we also notice that the Persian Gulf nations were not in Ezekiel 38 in the list of nations Gog gathers. These nations were well established long before Ezekiel's day, and God was leaving them out on purpose. Bahrain was originally called Dilhmun.
So, the Prince had something to say about Bahrain which fits well with the whole picture:

"…you know the (Saudi) union with Bahrain doesn't explicitly mean to annex our dear neighbors, but in fact we are wary about the future of Bahrain, its people security and well-being. Bahrain is the home to U.S. fifth fleet which its presence is of vital interest for Saudi Arabia, thus we can not permit Iran to wreak havoc in our back yard,"



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