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The Witches Brew of the Middle East: Gaza, Iran, Israel

Updated on October 29, 2011

As foretold in the Book of Revelations during Daniel's time, the Middle East is even more of a witches brew than before. Some old foes are gone, new ones are nastier than ever. The intolerance and hatred rises to Satanic levels. It is as if Satan is personally involved because peace just seems elusive, like a breeze. The only constant in the equation is hatred breeding like mosquitoes in a witches brew.

Israel bent over and took it recently, trading 1000 devout anti-israeli haters for a single malnourished whimpy Israeli soldier. They did in the hope of peace, full well knowing, the Hamas in the Gaza will burn the chance. Politically, even many Israelis thought the trade was stupid. What rational mind would think it was a fair trade knowing how untrustworthy Hamas is.

Peace lasted only a short time before, once again, and again and again, Hamas (this time, hezbollah, next time) returned to their satanic ways by launching 35 GRAD missiles from mobile trucks moved from Libya. Israeli towns were suddenly shaken by the false peace within 40 km of the Gaza border. Destruction was severe in places. Israeli aircraft retaliated into Gaza, how many times have we gone through this? In 9 out of 10 times, Israel is provoked to retaliate. How can anyone not see that Hamas, Iran, Hezbollah will never accept Israel being where it is. I say, let Israel loose, carte blanche, otherwise, the world will have to endure the same over and over and over and over again.

Of course, Iran ordered its Jihad Islami in Gaza to make trouble and provoke a fresh Hamas-Israel confrontation for the purpose of derailing the deal behind the Shalit prisoner swap. Iran does not want Hamas and Palestinians to become chummy with Israel. There is more to come. In Iraq, Iran leaves in place 30,000 fighters of its Al Qods Brigades trained in elite guerilla warfare. All just waiting for the US exit in December. Man, the handwriting is totally on the wall. At least half are disguised as private security personnel for Iraqi ministers or politicians. Once Iran issues the terror cells to activate from undercover, Satanic winds will be fierce. Do not be surprised if Iraq, in 2012-13, becomes a proxy of Iran, cowering to its will. Their infiltration is done.

Oh, lets not forget the nuclear bombs Iran might have ready for Israel in 2012-14. If you believe the Book of Revelations, you know where Armageddon occurs. The witches brew is on high simmer. Stay tuned for the boiling part.............

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    • MG Singh profile image

      MG Singh 

      7 years ago from Singapore

      Correct Perrya. The situation is created by the USA. I wonder how the USA shoots itself in the foot all the time.

    • perrya profile imageAUTHOR

      perrya 

      7 years ago

      Iraq is up fro grabs in 2012

    • Hmrjmr1 profile image

      Hmrjmr1 

      7 years ago from Georgia, USA

      It's not looking good, The trigger will be Syria attacking Iraq after accusing them of causing the unrest in Syria. Iraq will get hit from the east by Iran and west by Syria and to describe them as folding up like a cheap suit will be generous once Al Qoods have eliminated half or more of the leadership.

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