Gog and Magog Alliance (Ezekiel 38) – Will Afghanistan Align with Turkey when USA Pulls Out?
Will Turkey (Goat of Daniel 8) align with Afghanistan when the USA pulls out? Throughout the 1990s, Iran (Ram of Daniel 8) provided support to Afghan Shiite groups and the Northern Alliance in their fight against the Taliban but Afghanistan is a Sunni majority country and the Taliban is a fundamentalist/hard-line Sunni group.
The USA’s 20 year occupation of Afghanistan ended on the last day of August. Who will step into that power vacuum and what are the prophetic implications? The Taliban met with both Russia and China in the last week. Obviously everyone has their eyes on Afghanistan, but the country we should probably most fear assuming control is Turkey and its pseudo dictator Erdogan. Because its Turkey who will assemble the Gog and Magog Alliance. Watch this Nelson Walters Video to learn how Afghanistan fits in.
The battle lines have been drawn, Erdogan vs Israel. Is the Gog and Magog alliance of nations forming before our eyes? This video by Nelson Walters follows on from and supports my previous posts on Daniel 8, concerning the Ram (Iran) and the Goat (Turkey) conflict.
Does the 100 year old Lausanne Treaty expiring in 2023 hold the clue to the nations found in the Gog and Magog alliance of Ezekiel 38? Is the career of Tayyip Erdogan a match for that of Adolph Hitler? Is Erdogan using Hilter’s playbook to rise to power? Watch this Nelson Walters video to find out. You will see Erdogan has no concern for his people, they are pawns in his power play.
Can I suggest you add David Rosenthal’s website: http://www.zionshope.org to your list of valuable “end times” resources. This video ties current events with end times Biblical prophecy in a coherent, believable manner. David reveals surprising details of the recently proposed EastMed Natural Gas Pipeline and its possible connection to a future invasion of Israel prophesied more than 2,600 years ago. The development of this proposed undersea pipeline may revolutionise the geopolitical landscape of the Middle East and beyond. With Israel’s strategic location, growing wealth, and new-found influence within the natural gas energy sector, the potential for political conflict and another major war in the Middle East only continues to grow. Most importantly, this pipeline may ultimately prove to be a catalyst for the future fulfilment of end-time Bible prophecy.
On Friday, July 4th, a 42-year-old Iraqi Jihadist leader who fights under the name Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi appeared in a mosque in the city of Mosul, which his group ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant) had seized weeks earlier, along with swathes of Iraq and Syria. Al-Baghdadi, dressed in long black robes delivered a sermon announcing that he would henceforth be known as Caliph Ibrahim, emir of the faithful in the Islamic state.
A caliphate is an Islamic state – and then some. In theory, a caliphate is more than just a country that happens to be officially Muslim; it is supposed to encompass every Muslim on earth. The last time that sort of caliphate existed was many centuries ago. But the word caliphate still evokes the idea of a glorious and unified Islamic civilization.
What does a caliph do, exactly?
Originally, the caliph was the person who took over Mohammed’s (1) rule over the unified Islamic state and (2) responsibility for all Muslims. Over the next seven hundred years, Mohammed’s memory obviously faded, but those remained the two defining responsibilities: rule over a unified Islamic state and bear responsibility for the community of all Muslims, or the ummah.
The present-day Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, in declaring himself a caliph and his terrorist mini-state a caliphate, is communicating that he believes he is fighting on behalf of all Muslims worldwide (he does not count Shia Muslims in this, only Sunnis) and that he is the representative of God on earth. He is also sort of suggesting a desire to continue ISIS’s advance until he has conquered all Muslim-majority lands, which is an aspiration that’s hinted at frequently in jihadist maps of a unified Islamic empire – see map above.
Could this man lead the armies in the battle of Gog and Magog referred to in Ezekiel 38 & 39 which occurs about the middle of The Tribulation?