Hamas political chief Ismail Haniyeh phoned Erdogan Sunday evening, according to a statement posted on Hamas’s official website.
Haniyeh congratulated Erdogan and said he would dispatch a delegation to Turkey in the coming days, and indicated a willingness to deepen ties with Ankara, the statement said. more …
Opinion: Sunday’s vote ushers in a powerful new executive presidency long sought by Erdogan and backed by a small majority of Turks in a 2017 referendum. Critics say it will further erode democracy in the NATO member state and entrench one-man rule.
With Erdogan’s increased power, Hamas is now in position to plan for the next phase of war with Israel bringing the prophecy of Psalm 83 into view. It will be interesting to watch Hamas cozy up to Iranian puppet Hezbollah which not coincidentally was a headline post in Jerusalem online just 4 days ago:
“Hezbollah is training Hamas members in Lebanon territory, according to a new report by the Lebanese newspaper Al-Jumhuriya, citing Israeli intelligence. In addition, the Lebanese-based Hezbollah terrorist group has been working on the construction of a missile manufacturing factory in Lebanon.”
Keep in mind that while there is no love lost between Shia and Sunni, the common denominator among all Muslim nations is a hatred of Israel, and both ideologies are indicated in the Psalm 83 alliance.
Excerpt: Blood Feud (e-book):
The Psalm 83 Alliance Today – Sunni and Shia:
- Edom and Amalek – (Palestinians of southern Israel) – Edomites/Sunni
- Philistia – (Palestinians of Gaza) – Edomites/Sunni
- Ammon, Moab – (Arabs of central and northern Jordan) – Edomites/Sunni
- Gebal and Tyre – (Arabs of northern (Sunni) and southern Lebanon (Shia) – mixed
- Assyria – (Arabs of Syria and northern Iraq) – Sunni/Shia/Kurds Mixed
- Ishmaelites – (Arabs of Saudi Arabia) – Sunni
The new Sultan of the Islamic caliphate will have a short reign as prophesied in Ezekiel 38:18-21.