Islamic Empire, culminating in the Turkish Ottoman Empire

Restoration of the Ottoman Empire

The beginning of a process that leads to the Gog-Magog war that has foretold the Prophet Ezechiel.

This new relationship between Russia and Turkey is of historical significance as it
reminds us of the Ottoman alliance with the Russian empire against Napoleon. Turkey’s expansionist ambitions is not a new tendency. GOD warns Iran (Persia), with Russia (Magog), and a coalition of allies (including Turkey, Libya, Sudan) will go to war and will invade Israel. God has set aside two whole chapters in the Bible to warn Man of this coming war.

The Ottoman Empire (Turkey) was a world power between 1517 to 1917, belonging to one of the five empires that have triumphed over Jerusalem. It was also the last Empire that dominated in that region. The entire Middle East fell under the Turkish Caliphate. Turkey was a nonspiritual State in 1924. As Turkish fundamentalist Muslims wanted to take over, the army seized power. Turkish friendship with Israel was based on the saying: “the enemy of my enemy is my friend” which has been an increasingly confirmatory rule in middle eastern governing circles. The common enemy were the extremist Muslim States. 

When a few years ago the Turkish army lost much of his power to Erdogan and his AKP Muslim party there were no real need for a continuation of this friendship. Turkey moved closer to Muslim countries in that region. Since then, Turkey is striving successfully to gain regional power and they want to function as a democratic Muslim country in the region and are in a leadership position for the whole Muslim world. By definition, Islam knows no democracy. Islam knows just what the word Islam means; submission to the Koran, and to Sharia law. The recent “coup” of the Turkish government seems more and more like a premeditated “coup” of the anti-Muslim remnant in the military. Energy Minister Berat Albayrak, who is the son-in-law of President Erdogan, suggested parts of the military had wanted to act against the government just before they were about to be purged.

Yet, the recent thwarted coup has also triggered renewed anti-Americanism. Instead of ending his hold on Turkey, this failed coup d’état has strengthened Erdogan’s cast iron grip on a deeply divided nation, a nation that is crucial to the stability of the Middle East and the world. Turkey’s suspicion that the USA and other foreign countries might have been involved in the latest failed coup coupled with the rapid support given to Turkey’s Erdogan by Russia and Iran in the immediate aftermath reveals shifts in Turkish foreign policy. The recent anti-Western Semitism and allegations that Europe was to passive after the coup, gives Turkey a lot of respect in the Arab and the whole Muslim world.  When the Arab Spring erupted in 2011, Erdogan saw it as his chance to make his mark as a regional power broker, and a Turkish leader able to launch a neo-Ottoman empire hosting many Arab countries under his cloak.

While Turkey six years ago was that the best friend Israel has had in the region, this country under the leadership of increasingly autocratic president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan made a u-turn in a very short period. There were big plans for joint military exercises and cooperation in all fields. The strong Turkish army is partly built up by Israel. Yet, Turkey sides with an unusually fast pace to the camp of the greatest enemies of Israel, Syria and Iraq. "It is our greatest and irrevocable goal: Developing good relations with Syria and Iraq, and all our neighbours that surround the Mediterranean and the Black Sea," Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said on July 13,2016. "We normalised relations with Russia and Israel. I'm sure we will normalise relations with Syria as well."
Key players in the fight against Israel are currently the Palestinians (Hamas), Iran (Hezbollah) and covertly, Turkey. Although recent cooperation seems to be on the agenda, Prime Minister Erdogan spoke furiously about the "State terrorism" of Israel a few years ago and given the Israeli- American connection, seems likely to deteriorate. It seems evident that the Israel-Turkey settlement is just not so persistent and that it was never a priority for the Turks. With the Russians having now strategically pilfered the loyalty of Erdogan, there’s a storm brewing and Israel is suddenly looking very isolated. Turkey's foreign ministry spokesman recently condemned Israel’s retaliation for a rocket fired from Gaza on August 21, 2016.  The single rocket landed in the town of Sderot, in southern Israel, and Israel’s air force responded by hitting 50 targets in Gaza, over a two hour period (see below).  I’m not judging but Israel has been criticized before for acting disproportionately.    Coincidently, the event happened just one day after Turkey’s parliament ratified the reconciliation agreement, which was signed with Israel on June 27.  After Turkey condemned the attack, Israel responded by saying that Ankara should “think twice before it criticizes the military actions of others,'' promising that ''Israel will continue to defend its innocent civilians from all rocket fire on our territory.”  Turkey responded to that by saying, “normalizing ties with Israel does not mean that we will keep silent in the face of attacks against the Palestinian people.”  To that, Israel replied, “the normalization of our relations with Turkey does not mean that we will remain silent in the face of its baseless condemnations.”

What is the geopolitical meaning of all that confusion, anarchy and revolt in the Arab-Muslim world? With the American pull back of policy and action has inexplicably allowed Moscow to gain the moral high ground, and has allowed Iran to govern a Shi’a arc of influence from The Persian Gulf to the eastern Mediterranean Sea. This breakdown in the region has caused a reemerging Russia and Iran to take charge of areas that stretch from Iraq to Levant, countries normally at odds with one another have found the strange disposition to actually form alliances to offset the Russians and Iran.
Increased calls for Turkey to seek strategic partnerships with Russia and to replace ties with the United States, NATO and the European Union. Turkey, despite being a NATO member constantly threatens Greece by military action. To this extend, it seems an unlikely long term member of the NATO partnership and in view of the recent, mostly impulsive foreign policy changes. So any move that Turkey makes that's different from the way it's behaved seams a step towards them changing commitments with respect to NATO. Russia has strengthened its southern border in the Black Sea region and resumed relations with Turkey up until now upsetting NATO's plans to support its military control over the region. Control of Crimea and the Black Sea gives Russian the control in the whole of the region around the Black Sea, as well, uninterrupted military movement via Turkey.

Siener van Rensburg Prophecies relating to Turkey

  • 8th June: “In Europe there are three plastered vats (countries which have concluded agreements) filled with dry grass, and a Turk ignites them. (Turkey will become involved in a war).
  • 15th June: “A large log is burning. In front is a large pile of logs on the ground, (23rd June) and flames emerge from it but die down again.”

In one of his undated visions, the Turk and a war is seen again, but from another perspective or time. A Turk setting three haystacks alight. The world catches alight and a vision of horses with blood running down their bits appears. The first Turk was Saddam Hussein. The three haystacks were Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the Israelis who were all involved in the 1991 Middle-East conflict. Although the war may seem to be over, the Turk (This time, Erdogan) will fan the flames again when he intervenes in the Syria war with (Russia) to help his people (Muslims). The war will be at its worst (Christian/Muslims), which will develop into a full-scale world war and be so horrible that “blood will run down the bits of the horses”
  • 4th April 1919. Three sickles appear one after the other and join so that they become one. Wagons travel from North to East; they are Turkish wagons, but they are new and covered with canvas.

Vladimir Putin is endlessly quoted as saying that the collapse of the Soviet Union was the greatest political catastrophe of the 20th century.
The collapse of Russia will be of short duration, for the “massive civil war” Van Rensburg foresaw there will cause the Soviet Union to return to its old ways of “oppression, revolution and dictatorship”, (The three sickles becoming one). During that time a Turk (Erdogan?) will become involved in this civil war. However, this time there will be two differences: (1) The Turk is well prepared for war “the wagons are new”; and: He is planning in secret and will strike on a certain day and place-(against who?) when nobody expects it and possibly using nuclear arms.


One most fundamental flaw in military strategy guaranteed the failure of the coup from the very beginning.There was no attempt to control Erdogan, his movements or his actions. As he number of people detained passed 26,000, one can be forgiven to wonder how such a strategy, involving so many people, could have been devised without Eldoraign in the midst of the action. This error allowed Erdogan, with just his mobile phone, to launch and manage one of the finest counter-coup actions witnessed in modern times. With secularism in Turkey is now dead and the full and open Islamization of government, institutions, universities, schools and all aspects of the military can now be fully implemented.

The importance of Syria cannot be over-stated because it literally divides North and South, as it has in past centuries, when the North and South were split in Daniel 11.  Therefore, Iran and Hezbollah are not about to let Syria fall into the hands of Sunni jihadists.  In May-2015, an Iranian military source told al-Montior that they were fighting a “holy war” against those who believe in Wahabbism.  Therefore, they were fighting for “Islam”, which they considered an extension of the 1979 Islamic Revolution, which has ties to verse 21.
The invasion of Syria that so many people have been warning about is now happening.  On Wednesday, Turkish tanks rolled across the Syrian border, and they were accompanied by radical Islamic Syrian rebels that want to ultimately overthrow the Assad regime.  This invasion was conducted under the code name “Euphrates Shield”, and it was supported by airstrikes from A-10s and F-16s that are part of the U.S.-led coalition that has been conducting airstrikes against ISIS targets in the region.  The mainstream media in the United States has been very quiet about this escalation of the conflict in Syria, but things are much different in the rest of the world.  For example, a major Israeli news source announced the attack this way: “Turkey invades Syria“.  And without a doubt, that is precisely what is taking place.  The Syrian government denounced this move by Turkey as a “blatant breach to its sovereignty”, and the Russians are deeply alarmed.  The farther Turkish forces push into northern Syria, the more likely they will be to encounter Syrian or Russian forces, and one bad move could result in the outbreak of World War 3 in the Middle East.

The fact that the U.S. media is treating this invasion of Syria as if it is of little importance is deeply disturbing.  These days, the big news channels are obsessed with feeding us propaganda about how “healthy” Hillary Clinton is, or about how “racist” Donald Trump is, and they spend exceedingly little time on the things that really matter all over the globe.

Fortunately, it is not the same way around much of the rest of the planet.  Here is an excerpt from a British news source about the Turkish attack…

It is hard to anticipate whether Turkey’s unprecedented military incursion into Syria this week will change the dynamics of the multiple wars that have ravaged the region and put civilians through hell. If things already seemed complicated in the Middle East, they may have just become even more so. What started on Wednesday ranks as the largest Turkish military operation inside Syrian territory since the civil war began five years ago. A dozen tanks, reportedly followed by a bus transporting Syrian rebels, rolled into northern Syria to drive Islamic State forces from the town of Jarablus, one of their last footholds on the Turkish-Syrian border. Today Turkey sent more tanks in and told the YPG Kurdish armed group it had one week to retreat from the border areas.

We are being told that the primary purpose of this Turkish invasion is “to fight ISIS”, but that is just for western consumption.  The truth is that Turkey has actually been supporting ISIS and other terror groups in Syria for a very long time.  In fact, it has been heavily documented that ISIS sold hundreds of millions of dollars worth of stolen oil through Turkey until the Russians put a stop to it.

No, the real motivation for this assault is to stop the advance of Kurdish forces.  Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu recently promised that Turkey would “do what is necessary” to keep Kurdish fighters east of the Euphrates River, and even President Erdogan is admitting that the Kurds are primary targets in this operation…

“(Wednesday’s operation) started in the north of Syria against terror groups which constantly threaten our country, like (ISIS) and the PYD,” Erdogan said, referring to a Syrian Kurdish opposition political party.

And U.S. officials know exactly what Erdogan is doing.  Just check out what one of them told CNN…

Another senior US official told CNN’s Barbara Starr the US assessment is that Turkey’s cross-border action is largely about trying to stop Kurdish action. “The Turks never cared about Jarablus until the Kurds wanted to get there,” the official said.

So now the Turks have declared open season on the Kurds in northern Syria, and the Syrian Kurds are treating this move as “a declaration of war”…

Spokesman for the YPG Kurdish militia, Redur Xelil, called Turkey’s move “blatant aggression in Syrian internal affairs.” Aldar Xelil, another influential Kurdish politician, accused Turkey of initiating an occupation of Syria, saying the operation amounted to “a declaration of war” on the autonomous administration set up by Kurdish groups in northern Syria in 2011.

According to the Turkish government, Operation Euphrates Shield will “create a safe zone” that will be 90 kilometers long and 40 kilometers wide that stretches roughly from the town of Jarablus to the town of Marea. That is a massive amount of territory, and this basically shows that the Turks plan to set up shop there permanently.

President Erdogan and his supporters have always dreamed of recreating the old Ottoman Empire, and they already have military forces occupying portions of northern Iraq.  This move into northern Syria is yet another bold move in the direction of their ultimate goal.

But will the Russians just stand by and allow the Turks to do whatever they want?

So far the Russians are not saying much, but Vladimir Putin has ordered snap military drills…

Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered snap military drills as German Chancellor Angela Merkel accused him of breaking international law in Ukraine and said NATO will defend member states against attack.

Combat readiness exercises are taking place “to defend the interests of the Russian Federation amid increasing threats to its security,” Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said in a statement on the ministry’s website. Troops in Russia’s southern, central and western military districts, naval deployments in the Black Sea and Caspian Sea, and airborne forces are involved, he said.

The Russians don’t want to fight Turkish forces in Syria, but as they have shown in Crimea, in Ukraine and elsewhere, they are definitely not afraid to take military action when their interests require it. If Russia and Turkey do start fighting, that would threaten to drag the rest of NATO (including the United States) into the conflict. Turkey has been chomping at the bit to start grabbing chunks of territory in northern Syria for quite some time now, but this invasion is going to turn out to be a tragic mistake.

President Erdogan has definitely overplayed his hand this time

The invasion of the Gog in Israel will be the key to big changes in the world, which is also to the period of the Apocalypse. Radical Islam with the armies of Gog and Magog from Ezekiel 38 and 39 are well on our way to Israel with the aim to conquer Jerusalem and from the Holy City the capital of the Caliphate. 

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