Jan 222015
 

img392085Arutz Sheva: “Davutoglu further said that he is not retracting the comparison he made between the terrorist attacks in Paris and Israel’s counterterrorism Operation Protective Edge in Gaza.

The Turkish premier added that the world must unite against global terrorism but also against “brutal acts”, as he put it, such as the ones Israel carried out in Gaza.

Last week, Davutoglu claimed that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu had committed crimes against humanity comparable to those behind the Paris attacks, and followed that up by accusing Netanyahu of terrorism.”

Opinion: Such hatred that Israel’s former trade partner continues to foment. How much more will it take for Turkey to join in with Russia and Iran in an all-out assault (Ezekiel 38-39) on the Jewish state?

Imagine how deep that hatred will become after Israel overwhelmingly defeats an Arab alliance of 7 nations as described by the psalmist Asaph in Psalm 83.

Further imagine how deep that hatred will become when Israel’s wealth and land grows in proportion to that victory.

Then, add in the final insult, a gigantic oil (Genesis 49:25) find making Israel a major exporter.

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Jan 162015
 

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Daily Caller: “President Obama’s best friend in Turkey is surrounding himself with guards dressed like the 15th century Turkish soldiers who captured Byzantium, the Roman Empire’s last capital city.

Back in January 2012, Obama described Erdogan as one of his best five friends among foreign leaders. ”The bonds of trust that I’ve been able to forge with a whole range of leaders is precisely, or is a big part of, what has allowed us to execute effective diplomacy,” Obama told Time magazine.

Opinion: At the risk of repeating myself, Bible prophecy never stops blowing my mind. The two men, Abbas on the left and Erdogan on the right, are sons of Edom. Genesis 36:1

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While both men come from the same bloodline, their roles in the wars of the last days are quite different.

  • Mahmoud Abbas represents Edom, modern-day West Bank, the first army listed by the Temple priest Asaph in Psalm 83
  • Recep Tayyip Erdogan represents Gomer from the house of Togarmah, modern-day Turkey, in the subsequent war of Ezekiel 38-39

Both men and the armies they represent will be destroyed. Obadiah 1:18, Ezekiel 39:6

 

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Jan 142015
 

recipZero Hedge: “PM and current president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, of NATO-member Turkey did the unthinkable: accused the west, and French citizens in particular, of staging the Charlie Hebdo murder in order to blame Muslims, even as the mayor of Ankara said “Mossad is definitely behind such incidents . . . it is boosting enmity towards Islam.

“The duplicity of the west is obvious,” Recep Tayyip Erdogan said at a press conference on Monday evening. “As Muslims we have never sided with terror or massacres: racism, hate speech, Islamophobia are behind these massacres.”

His punchline: “The culprits are clear: French citizens undertook this massacre and Muslims were blamed for it,” he added.”

Opinion: The Sultan of Turkey is just itching to pick a fight with Israel. From demanding reparations for his own act of aggression in the 2010 Mavi Marmara incident, to backing Hamas in last summer’s attack on Israel, to supporting ISIS, Erdogan can barely contain his hatred in true Edomite fashion.

And according to Bible prophecy he will get his chance. Ezekiel 38 has Turkey (Gomer, the house of Togarmah) joining in with Russia and a host of Islamic states in a surprise attack on Israel to take plunder Ezekiel 38:13.

The fascinating part is that Ezekiel 38:11 tells us that the war will not take place until Israel is living in peace and safety. Israel has not lived in peace since the first day of its prophesied rebirth (Isaiah 66:1-8) on May 14, 1948.

Some event will make that happen and the victory over the 10 Arab armies of Psalm 83:1-8 could be just the ticket.

 

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Jan 132015
 
Erdogan slams Netanyahu for attending Paris rally

YNet Daily: “Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan lashed out at Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday for attending a rally in France with other world leaders after a string of attacks in Paris, including a hostage-taking at a Kosher market in which four Jews were killed. Speaking alongside visiting Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, Erdogan attacked

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Dec 292014
 
Turkey backs Palestinians on Temple Mount

YNet News: “Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Sunday that Turkey stands behind Palestinians in their efforts to oppose what he called Israeli attempts to “reduce the Islamic character” of Jerusalem. “Turkey will not accept any impositions concerning Al-Aqsa and will do whatever needs to be done internationally to protect Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque.” Opinion:

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Dec 172014
 
French Effect Hits Turkey As Jews Look To Leave Country

  (A sign stating “This Location To Be Demolished” at the entrance to the Neveh Shalom synagogue, Istanbul, November 2014) The Algemeiner:”The “French effect” – increasing numbers of Jews leaving a country because of anti-Semitic harassment and hostility from the media and radical politicians – is now emerging in Turkey, where a Turkish-Jewish businessman has warned,

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Dec 022014
 
Two terrorists set free into U.S. by Homeland Security Dept.

The Washington Times: “Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson acknowledged Tuesday that his department had to release two men who admitted they were part of a terrorist group from Turkey, after a judge ordered them to be let out — a decision he said he disagreed with. Mr. Johnson said he would have preferred the two

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