Syria and Chemical Weapons
Posted by lamarzulli on June 11, 2012
Commentary & Analysis
L. A. Marzulli
I am spending the day with my elderly parents as they live just outside Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, which was a 2.5 hour drive from the conference in Frederick, Maryland. I leave for Los Angeles tomorrow and spend two days there before heading down to a conference at Oceanside, California.
Once again I would like to thanks my hosts, Paul and Cheryl Black and all the folks at Cornerstone Church, for making this weeks conference a success. I met lots of great people and will return in October with Randy Demain for a conference entitled: Nephilim Agenda II!
Now onto the BLOG!
Yesterday there was an article that discussed the chemical weapons that are now in Syria in the hands of the Syrian rebels. These weapons came from Libya, where the Arab spring ousted former dictator Moamer Ghadaffi. As the rebels armed with sophisticated weapons, that they purchased at the local falafel stand, like AK 47′s, and rocket launchers, pushed Ghadaffi’s forces back they uncovered quantities of weapons like stinger missiles and chemical weapons. I have heard that the shoulder fired anti-aircraft missiles were sold on the black market to HAMAS, who is based in Gaza.
This latest bit of INTEL that came across my desk posited that some of these chemical weapons have fallen into the hands of the Syrian rebels. Added to this is the real possibility that Bashar Assad may begin to use his own vast stock of chemical weapons to crack down on the rebels that are threatening his regime. If Assad chooses to deploy chemical weapons he joins the ranks of monsters like Saddam Hussein who gassed the Kurds in the northern part of Iraq while he ruled that nation.
What I am concerned with is how this might affect Israel. What if chemical weapons are used against Israel? About a year ago I posted a Blog that discussed saber rattling between an Israeli official who responded to a Syrian official, that if the Syrian’s used chemical weapons against Israel, Israel would destroy Damascus, which is the Syrian capital. Knowing the prophecy of Isaiah 17, that points to the destruction of Damascus, this saber rattling may be the precursor to the fulfillment of the prophecy.
In closing todays post: The situation in the Middle East continues to spiral out of control and this latest development adds to the already tenuous situation in the region. I believe that the word I received on Friday night at Cornerstone is a warning to us all. I will repeat it again:
Be still and know that I am God. The day is coming when I will show my strength on the mountains of Israel. WWIII is coming and when it does I believe it will a game changer.
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