L. A. Marzulli
Celebration in Egypt as Morsi declared winner
Last year as the Arab spring toppled the Mubarak government I wrote an article and posted it here predicting that democracy would not prevail in Egypt, but that the Moslem Brotherhood would grab the reigns of power. Guess what? I was right about this as the link above bears witness to.
Here is the older post dated 2/14/2011, that appeared on this Blog. (Original entry below!)
The question we should be asking is how does this effect Israel? What will happen to the already strained peace treaty that has been in place for decades now? Will the Brotherhood honor it or will it fall of its own weight as the Brotherhood, and President elect Mursi have made it clear that Jerusalem will be the capital of Israel.
Once again I’m posting the link from May 1, 2012 that shows a demonstration in Tahrir square, in which thousands of Egyptians are chanting, To Jerusalem we go martyrs in the millions. When the Islamic cleric Safwat Higazi, announces that Egyptians will either pray in Jerusalem or die trying he’s not blustering, as I believe the man says what he means and means what he says.
Added to what I believe is huge a change in regional politics, but one that I predicted would happen, is the escalation of rocket fire into Israel from Gaza. According to the link below, these new rockets are coming from Libya, where Moammar Gaddafi’s cache of weapons have apparently fallen into the hands of Al Qaida. In the last six days over 150 rockets have been fired in to Israel from across Gaza. The Israeli’s are striking back, but using a limited amount of force. Israeli air strikes kill 2 as violence escalates in Gaza – CSMonitor.com
With the kind of rhetoric being displayed by Higazi and there Brotherhood it would seem that a conflict will happen sooner or later.
In my opinion Egypt knows it cannot win a war with Israel, but as in the war of 67, in which a combined force of five Arab countries attacked Israel, I will posit that we will see a coalition of Arab states attack.
In closing todays post. If we were to take Psalm 2, and overlay over Isaiah 53, we discover that is a clear picture of the crucifixion of Jesus. In other words those two passages of scripture are describing the same event but by two different authors with different viewpoints, at different times. What if, and I realize I’m going out on a limb here, but what if Psalm 83 and the Ezekiel war are one and the same. In other words, the two events, are a different description of the same war; or perhaps the Psalm 83 war triggers the Ezekiel 38 war and they overlap each other?
I will remind you of the word that I received a few weeks ago while at Cornerstone Fellowship, in Maryland: Be still and know that I am God. Behold, the day is coming when I will show my strength on the mountains of Israel.
War is coming to the region and I believe it is WWIII. It is a game changer and may lead to the collapse of our financial system.
Posted by lamarzulli on February 11, 2011
Commentary & Analysis
L. A. Marzulli
I got into bed around 10 last night and slept really well, which is unusual for the first night out. Today we will film two interviews for Prophecy in the News, with Gary Stearman, as J. R. Church is, at the present time, bed ridden with cancer. Prayers his way from all of us here on this BLOG.
I want to bring to your attention to an interview that I saw late last night on the TUBE. There was an Imam who was being interviewed and he was trying to assuage any fears that we, in the west, would have about the Moslem Brotherhood. “The Brotherhood is not interested in violence…” Well, I don’t buy it for a minute, not even for a second. When a representative of the Brotherhood announces that the eyes of Egypt will be on Israel, do we really believe, for a moment that he’s just pulling our leg? That he doesn’t mean what he says and says what he means? Do we really think that a leopard can change its spots? The Moslem Brotherhood creed states plainly that, Jihad is our way! I’m not making this up, that’s what the creed states. Do we think that somehow this doesn’t apply to the present day? Do we really believe that these guys aren’t interested in implementing Sharia law, Jihad, and martyrdom? I am amazed that we even listen to this kind of double speak.
Egypt is about to implode as a result of President Mubarak’s refusal to step down. The latest news is that he’s left for his summer residence, in Sharm el Sheik. He goes from one palace to another and expects the people to hang on until September?
As I have stated before, Islam is the predominant world view of the Egyptian people and thus, in my opinion, there is no springboard to democracy. There is no phrase, like, all men are created equal, because Islam teaches that Jews are the descendants from pigs and apes, and that infidels are not equal to a Moslem. This is contradictory to any form of a democracy, where all men and women are created equal and are protected under a constitution with each having one vote.
It will be interesting to see what plays out, but if I were a betting man, and I’m not, I would put my money on the Brotherhood. I’m willing to bet that there will be an Islamic republic, similar to Iran, where Sharia rules and the Imams decree endless Fatwa’s. Where women are second class citizens and amputations and stoning, are dished out as punishment for crimes. The last vestige of Coptic Christians will flee for their lives, as will any Jews who are left in the country.
Then the Imams and the Moslem Brotherhood will turn their eyes to Israel. Forget about creating a viable infrastructure, better irrigation, schools, hospitals and a better life for the people. No, the cry will be to kill the Israeli’s to wipe Israel off the face of the earth and free the oppressed Palestinians.
In closing today’s post. The uprising in Egypt is spreading to other countries and Jordan, may be next in line for an upheaval. The Iraqi government is being propped up by the US, but the sectarian violence continues, in that country, and on and on it goes.
In my book Politics, Prophecy & the Supernatural, I quote Henry Kissinger, “We are at the point of a clash of civilizations, between Islam and the West.” We must understand that unless Islam is reformed, which I doubt will happen anytime soon, the hatred of the Jews and Infidels which is inherent to the religion, will continue to foster the violence and repression that it has for centuries.
Here’s some photos of Russ Dizdar and yours truly Baptizing Maria and ‘Heceh,’ late Saturday night at the Chicago conference!