The eastern half of the
Roman Empire fell to the Christian Byzantine Empire and
then to the Islamic Ottoman Empire in the 14th century. It ended in 1924 and is now, in 2012, falling
back into the hands of the Muslim Brotherhood that began in in
1928. This may just be the beginning of the
revived Egypt Roman Empire (of the east) revived
under the rule of Islam that is found in the book of Daniel.
Putting the puzzle together
By de Andréa
October 14, 2012
Will the antichrist come out of the revived
Roman Empire… absolutely, but not as
you might think…
Civilization began in the Middle East, and it will end in the
Middle East. One must not forget the Roman Empire
originally included most of the Middle East as well as Southern
Europe. It was divided in AD
395 into two halves the Clay half and the Iron half as depicted in Daniel 2:40-43
the European half fell to the German tribes in the 5th century and
the Middle Eastern half to the Byzantines which ruled for about a 1000 years,
until the 14th century when the floundering Empire was lost to the
Muslim Ottomans. Ending in 1924 it
quickly reorganized in 1928 as the Muslim Brotherhood of today.
You can read more about the Islamic antichrist HERE!
So, will the Muslim Brotherhood continue to conquer the entire Middle East and restore the
Just this year following successful campaigns in
Egypt, Libya and many other Middle East and North
African nations, as well as gaining political ground in Turkey and Pakistan,
the Muslim Brotherhood is now trying to destabilize Syria and possibly overthrow ’s
government. One by one the Jordan Middle East will fall to the Nation of Islam under the
revived historical Eastern Empire of Rome.
The Saudi-owned news channel Al-Arabiya, citing leaked files, reported that the Muslim Brotherhood battling the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his allies have also sought to destabilize neighboring Jordan by manipulating peaceful demonstrations there, and turning them into deadly violence.
The leaks came amid rising political tensions in
. Mass demonstrations in the capital Jordan Amman were sparked by a decision by ’s King Abdullah to dissolve
the parliament ahead of Muslim Brotherhood protests planned for Friday. Abdullah is calling for early elections. Jordan
International Christian Concern’s Middle East analyst, Aidan Clay, says the Muslim Brotherhood is one of the biggest threats to the stability of
and the rest of the Middle East. He said the move to dissolve the parliament
as a gesture of compromise was politically risky for the king. The Muslim Brotherhood did not initially accept
the move, Clay noted, considering it to be half-hearted.
“Yet, the king is still a seasoned politician who may be able to offer concessions that the Muslim Brotherhood accepts,” he said. “The problem is, of course, that once concessions are offered, the Muslim Brotherhood will be emboldened and demand even more,” Clay warned. “And, the king will not be able solve this dilemma by holding elections in accordance to country’s current law, which lacks a national consensus.”
Clay said most Jordanians support the king. “However, it is also true that every Jordanian is fed up with the widespread corruption within the government,” Clay said. “Moreover, the economy is quickly declining, unemployment is rising, and there is a great rift between the rich and poor. The MB is highlighting these widespread concerns in their pursuit of so-called ‘democratic reform’ which resonates with nearly all Jordanians – whether they are MB sympathizers or not.”
The “Arab Spring” movement as the call for democracy is just a cover for the Brotherhoods Muslim Ideology. The Muslim Brotherhood’s use of the word “democracy” as a type of Western Democracy is just a ruse that could tip the balance in their favor. Of most concern is that the MB is among the primary groups calling for political reform. If that continues to be the case, then many Jordanians may decide to back the MB, whether or not they agree with the Muslim Brotherhood’s Islamic ideology.
“Free elections, ending corruption, higher wages, and other claims all sound great, no matter who’s leading the campaign – whether it’s the MB or liberals,” Clay said.
“Many Jordanians just want change and some are willing to join whatever movement promises political reform,” Clay said. However, there is a gap in the people’s understanding when it comes to the mission of the Muslim Brotherhood. “What many people here fail to understand, I think, is that
is reliant on international aid. Without
it, their economy would collapse, especially with the recent influx of Syrian
refugees that the kingdom must now provide for,” Clay said. Jordan
“King Abdullah II has a strong alliance with Western nations which has brought stability to
. If the Muslim Brotherhood gains significant
political influence, that alliance will no doubt be jeopardized, as is now the
case in Jordan ,” Clay said. Egypt
THE BOTTOM LINE: As I said “One by one the Middle Eastern countries will fall to the Nation of Islam under the revived historical Eastern Empire of Rome now called the Muslim Brotherhood.
If you thought that - well, the
Middle East has always been Muslim! First you would be wrong and second while it
has been the religion’ of the Middle East
since the 7th century the governments were usually secular
dictatorships not controlled by Sharia, (Islamic Law). The Muslim Brotherhood as it’s predecessor
the Ottoman Empire is Sharia driven; it
governs everything from personal hygiene to their Oppressive Governmental control. Moreover it will be the foundation for the
Nation of Islam. Upon the rise of the
Islamic Mahdi (the antichrist) who will rule from , the Sharia driven Brotherhood will
give way to a more secular Islam under the rule of the antichrist. Babylon
For a more in-depth study of this subject click on “The Mahdi The Antichrist” .
Thanks for listing – de Andréa