Jordan’s King Abdullah II: ‘We Are Facing A Third World War’ Against ISIS

November 18, 2015Breitbart.com reports: “King Abdullah II of Jordan said that the coming battles against the Islamic State (ISIS) terror group will be part of a “third world war against humanity,” making remarks in the wake of the deadly ISIS-committed Paris terror attacks last week.

While on a State visit to Kosovo, Abdullah described the terror group as “savage outlaws of religion,” adding that Islam was under assault by terrorists who seek to destroy its name.

“This is a war, as I’ve said repeatedly, within Islam,” the Jordanian leader said, adding, “And unfortunately over 100,000 Muslims have been murdered by [ISIS] alone over the past two years, and that doesn’t also count for the atrocities like-minded groups have also done in Africa and Asia.”…”  (Armageddon, Revelation 16:16 and World War III are one in the same.  Every Bible prophecy concerning the most deadly war in history could begin at any moment as far as prophetic signs are concerned.  See Ezekiel chapters 38 and 39; Psalm 83; Isiah 13 – 23; Revelation 16:12 and Revelation 9:14 – 18 where the tragic results of Armageddon are mentioned.  See the next three reports.)


French Jewish Council Calls for ‘World War’ Against ‘Jihadist Fanaticism’

November 14, 2015Breitbart.com reports: “As the French mainstream media tiptoed around the Islamist identity of the attackers in Friday’s Paris massacre, the Council of Jewish Institutions of France (CRIF) has called out the radical jihadists behind the slaughter, calling for a ‘world war’ against them.

‘No words can describe the horror that befell France,’ the CRIF said in a statement.

‘Our country is bloodied by all those innocent lives cut short by the bullets of these new barbarians. The world war against the monstrosity of jihadist fanaticism must become the top priority of democratic nations,’ it said.

‘We must combat them tirelessly and without pity, until they are defeated,’ the group added.

Six of the coordinated attacks on Friday night were accompanied by cries of ‘Allahu akbar!’ and one of the apprehended jihadists declared, ‘I am from the Islamic State.’

Devout Muslims were reportedly celebrating the attacks on social media…”


The Islamic State: Hastening the Apocalypse?

November 18, 2015MorningStarNews.org reports: “Since summer 2014, the Islamist terrorist group ISIS – a.k.a. Islamic State – has devastated the political, geographic and combat landscape of the Middle East. At the same time, along with its ominous black banners, it has raised worrisome questions about the true nature of Islam.

For the Middle East’s ancient Christian communities, the threats posed by ISIS’ extraordinarily brutal warriors have been electrifying. In one haunting story after another, Islamic State jihadists have swept through Christian communities in Iraq and Syria, demanding that residents submit to Islam. Or flee from their ancestral homes. Or face the sword.

Other minorities in ISIS’ path, such as Yazidis and Shi’a Muslims, have suffered even worse fates…

Although Christians may believe they can ‘hasten the day of the Lord’ through evangelism and prayer, most suppose that the grand finale on the world’s stage will be played out solely according to God’s timetable.

Apocalyptic Islamist ideology, on the other hand, teaches that Muslims must play an active role in bringing about the appearance of their messianic figure…

One primary principle Graeme Wood exposes is that, without a caliphate, there can be no fulfillment of a Sunni apocalyptic scenario. This is why the establishment of the caliphate has been essential to al-Baghdadi, setting ISIS apart from Al Qaeda and other Sunni sects, who anticipate an eventual caliphate, but have not aggressively sought to establish it…”


For the Islamic State, paroxysms of violence portend apocalypse

November 18, 2015The Washington Post reports: “By claiming devastating attacks on French and Russian targets in recent days, the Islamic State has embraced what appears to be an irrational strategy: It has angered and provoked two military powers that had been reluctant to engage in an all-out war with the self-declared caliphate in Iraq and Syria.

Vowing revenge, France has already responded with a flurry of airstrikes on Raqqa, the Islamic State’s capital in Syria. And Moscow may intensify its air campaign if it concludes that the Islamic State did, in fact, blow up a Russian airliner.

Expanding the conflict may seem like a self-destructive move. But to some analysts, it is squarely in keeping with what the group advertises as its overriding, apocalyptic mission: to lure the world’s unbelievers into Syria for a final, Armageddon-like battle…”