Jeremiah 25:32-33, We’re all in the Phase. The Moment of the outbreak of all-out civil war in Egypt is the Moment of Doomsday. 1 billion solar hydrogen bombs is gotta hit the earth without warning. Zephaniah 1:18
18 On the day when the Lord shows his fury, not even all their silver and gold will save them. The whole earth will be destroyed by the fire of his anger. He will put an end—a sudden end—to everyone who lives on earth.
Already, as of January 2013, the magnetic belts of the Sun have begun to turn very fast, indicating that a new storm is brewing. Data from NASA’s THEMIS satellite reveals that a 4,000-mile thick layer of solar particles has accumulated and continues to gather within the outermost part of the magnetosphere, a protective shield created by Earth’s magnetic field.
32 The Lord Almighty says that disaster is coming on one nation after another, and a great storm is gathering at the far ends of the earth. 33 On that day the bodies of those whom the Lord has killed will lie scattered from one end of the earth to the other. No one will mourn for them, and they will not be taken away and buried. They will lie on the ground like piles of manure.
Iran’s Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned about Egypt’s political crisis. He fears possible civil war. “We are worried about what is happening in Egypt,” he said.
“Speculation of a civil war is gaining momentum on a daily basis. This would be a disaster with dire consequences.”
“What will stop the civil war if, God forbid, it happens,” he asked?”
At risk is protracted violence and bloodshed. If civil war erupts, all bets are off. Doing so could generate greater Middle East conflict. The whole region could become embroiled. It’s a tinderbox. Longstanding unaddressed grievances make anything possible.
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Ayatollah Khamenei Warns Against Foreign Attempts To Create War In Region
Iran’s Ali Khamenei
By Iran Review
August 11, 2013
Iran’s Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has called on Egyptians and Iraqis to remain vigilant in the face of foreign plots to incite unrest in their countries.
In an address to a large crowd of worshipers attending Eid al-Fitr prayers on Tehran University campu, Ayatollah Khamenei lauded the massive turnout of the Iranian people in the International Quds Day rallies, adding that their presence proved that Iranians remain steadfast in their support for one of the most pressing issues in the world and the history of Islam.
The Leader further described the formation of a new administration in Iran as an important event which “took place in the best manner,” expressing hope that the new Cabinet would soon be formed with qualified ministers.
Ayatollah Khamenei went on to contrast the developments in Iran with those in the North African and West Asian countries and said, “Unfortunately, unlike the gratifying events in Iran, the events in the Islamic region are worrisome.”
The Leader pointed to the Zionist regime’s perpetual atrocities against the oppressed Palestinian people, and stated that one of the tragedies in today’s world is the backing of the so-called advocates of human rights and democracy for the Israeli regime’s brutalities.
Like the previous rounds of negotiations, the current US-brokered talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority will certainly yield no result other than the violation of the Palestinian people’s rights and further emboldening of Tel Aviv to press ahead with its crimes, the Leader said.
“The US is obviously on the usurping Zionists’ side, and this concoction of arrogant [powers] will definitely be to the detriment of the Palestinians.”
The Leader called on the Muslim world not to back down in the face of Israeli brutalities but to condemn the actions committed by Zionists and their allies.
Ayatollah Khamenei further expressed concern over the deteriorating situation in Egypt, describing as a “catastrophe” the rising likelihood of a civil war in the country.
The Leader called on the great Egyptian nation, political groups, elites and scholars to consider the “dangerous consequences” of the ongoing situation.
The Leader strongly condemned the killing of the people in Egypt, warning the Egyptian groups that brutality will be counterproductive.
“If a civil war breaks out, it will create the required pretext for the interference of foreign powers,” Ayatollah Khamenei added.
Highlighting the importance of democracy, Ayatollah Khamenei stressed that the problem of Egypt should be solved by the country’s people as well as political and religious groups, elites and scholars.
The Leader also described the situation in Iraq as “regrettable” and said superpowers as well as reactionary states in the region are not happy with the democratically-elected Iraqi government.
“Acts of terror, events and the killing of people in Iraq are certainly carried out through the financial-political aid by certain regional and transregional countries,” Ayatollah Khamenei stated.
Such efforts, the Leader added, aim to prevent the Iraqi people from enjoying a peaceful life and strip the country of tranquility and prosperity.
Ayatollah Khamenei stated that the unfortunate situation in Egypt, Iraq and the other countries gripped by insecurity and conflict pleases the Zionists.
The Leader urged the Iraqi politicians, political groups and people from all walks of life including Shia and Sunni Muslims as well as Kurds and Arabs to pay attention to the dangerous repercussions of a civil strife, saying, “A civil war will destroy the infrastructures and ruin the future of nations.”
Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Tawakkol Karman, who’s been vocal on Egypt since Morsi was removed from power, has written for The Guardian about her personal experience of changing her mind.
“Clearly, the leaders of the military takeover have something to conceal from the watchful eyes of the world,” she writes. “That explains why I was recently refused entry into Egypt. I now feel I have a responsibility to warn the world of the fact that a fully fledged despotic regime is seeking to reinforce its foundations in the country. The 25 January revolution guaranteed freedom of expression, of assembly and organisation. All these freedoms have been crushed in the aftermath of the coup.”
Good News Translation (GNT)
God Will Punish Egypt
19 This is a message about Egypt.
The Lord is coming to Egypt, riding swiftly on a cloud. The Egyptian idols tremble before him, and the people of Egypt lose their courage. 2 The Lord says, “I will stir up civil war in Egypt and turn brother against brother and neighbor against neighbor. Rival cities will fight each other, and rival kings will struggle for power. 3 I am going to frustrate the plans of the Egyptians and destroy their morale. They will ask their idols to help them, and they will go and consult mediums and ask the spirits of the dead for advice. 4 I will hand the Egyptians over to a tyrant, to a cruel king who will rule them. I, the Lord Almighty, have spoken.”