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The Destiny of Damascus

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posted on Jun, 28 2011 @ 04:06 AM
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Over the past few days two threads have really stood out to me because they are about a very likely attack on Syria. Nothing is ever written in stone so we cannot say that an attack on Syria is guaranteed but as of right now everything seems to be lining up that way. Thanks must be given to john124 and jude11 for bringing these breaking stories to our attention.

Iran unveils underground missile silo, poises for US-Turkish attack on Syria. Iron dome for Haifa
WWIII in Libya AND Syria in Days? Report.

As we all know, or should know, is that the capital city of Syria is Damascus. It was first settled in the 2nd millennium BC and is one of the oldest, if not the oldest, continually inhabited city on earth. With such a long and sustained history, plus its close location to the important history of Western civilization, allows for us to read about this ancient place even in the Bible.

That is where I would like to shift this discussion now. If you recall Isaiah 17:1 then you should be familiar with this passage:

The burden of Damascus. Behold, Damascus is taken away from being a city, and it shall be a ruinous heap.

More Isaiah prophecies


Also note this: Turkey renews strategic ties with Israel ahead of showdown with Syria and this: Lebanon has radical new government. It gives Assad his second front.

Here is the Defense Pact and out just today Iran test fires long range missiles capable of striking Israel, US bases.

Also on a less important but still bad note: Attack kills Turkish soldier as Kurds warn of ‘War’

If you are not the type of person who believes in Bible prophecy that is okay, don’t believe this then. If you are a Christian but do not believe this is exactly what the Bible prophesied or have a different opinion, nothing wrong with that. All I ask is that you remain observant, watch for the things to come and especially for the likely conflict between Turkey and Syria which would call for immediate NATO intervention along with the intervention of Iran and Lebanon.
edit on 6/28/2011 by Misoir because: (no reason given)




 
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