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A New Islamic Caliphate is Now being carved out inside Borders once Set by French and British!

Current carving out of a new Terrorist State will take a long time to Stabilize

New Nation is being carved out Inside Borders once set by French and British

After Much Confusion ISIS, (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria), Shall Eventually

Control large sections of what was once identified as Ancient Assyrian Empire

That Later Came To Be Known In the Middle East Occupants As Greater Syria

Sunnis and their world allies are now carving out a Caliphate state in the Area

Where Antichrist Caliph and False Prophet will arise After --- Leaves Office

They both will burn for their ungodliness when Jesus returns at His 2nd Advent

Jesus Is the Godman Bringing Peace For 1000 Years When Assyrian is Defeated

Please Read the Whole Numbered Archive Prophecy Updates Numbers 62 to 69!

June 30, 2014


Zechariah 14:4-9 – And his feet shall stand in that day upon the mount of Olives, which is before Jerusalem on the east, and the mount of Olives shall cleave in the midst thereof toward the east and toward the west, and there shall be a very great valley; and half of the mountain shall remove toward the north, and half of it toward the south. [5] And ye shall flee to the valley of the mountains; for the valley of the mountains shall reach unto Azal: yea, ye shall flee, like as ye fled from before the earthquake in the days of Uzziah king of Judah: and the Lord my God shall come, and all the saints with thee. [6] And it shall come to pass in that day, that the light shall not be clear, nor dark: [7] But it shall be one day which shall be known to the Lord, not day, nor night: but it shall come to pass, that at evening time it shall be light. [8] And it shall be in that day, that living waters shall go out from Jerusalem; half of them toward the former sea, and half of them toward the hinder sea: in summer and in winter shall it be. [9] And the Lord shall be king over all the earth: in that day shall there be one Lord, and his name one.

Micah 5:4-6 – And he shall stand and feed in the strength of the Lord, in the majesty of the name of the Lord his God; and they shall abide: for now shall he be great unto the ends of the earth. [5] And this man shall be the peace, when the Assyrian shall come into our land: and when he shall tread in our palaces, then shall we raise against him seven shepherds, and eight principal men. [6] And they shall waste the land of Assyria with the sword, and the land of Nimrod in the entrances thereof: thus shall he deliver us from the Assyrian, when he cometh into our land, and when he treadeth within our borders.

Began Excerpt from YNet News

June 29, 2014

ISIS crisis has more chaos to spare

ISIS appears ready to continue its conquests. How far can the militants reach and what will they leave behind in their wake?

John-Michael Kibrick

The name has been on everyone’s lips recently. The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has catalogued some truly stunning military victories in the last few weeks, threatening the very existence of Iraq and Syria through its dream of uniting the two (and other countries) into a greater Islamic Caliphate in the Middle East.

Most disturbingly, their extreme show of force was completely unexpected, a difficult feat to accomplish under the watchful eyes of the West, but one that was repeated by the ISIS attack Wednesday on Iraq’s largest air force base.

This second surprise attack came as experts were predicting that the group would begin to consolidate its control over territory already captured, instead of trying to extend its military (of only several thousand fighters) any further, raising the question of how far ISIS will get.

The Levant, stretching from Iraq in the East to Israel, Lebanon, and even Cyprus in the West, marks ISIS’ territorial claims. Can they realistically capture all that land?

The answer, in all likelihood, is no. Absolutely not. So much would have to be accomplished in such a short time by such a small group that the possibility is relatively inconceivable.

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However, the gains already made by ISIS along with the stagnation and lack of political will in the West means that this crisis is far from over. Chaos and brutality has yet to abdicate their throne in the Middle East and these forces will have far reaching impacts on politics, fundamentally changing the way the modern world views humanity, terrorism, the role of the UN and the US, and the very nature of warfare.

Where do things go from here?

Firstly, Iraq’s fate hangs in the balance. Analysts predict that ISIS will face a much harder fight taking Baghdad than they did taking Mosul. Iraq’s army in Baghdad is better-trained, and its Shia soldiers are more likely to stand by the Shia-led (and Shia-favoring) government.

Even so, Iraq’s leaders may be in for another surprise. After capturing Tikrit just north of Baghdad, ISIS seized large swaths of desert to the southwest, all the way down to the border with Jordan, and struck out eastwards where Iraq’s largest oil refinery is being fiercely contended. Baghdad is surrounded on three sides, at a classic tactical disadvantage.

Al-Maliki is unlikely to find the political will to confront ISIS, putting the future of Iraq at question despite attempts by John Kerry to force an agreemet. (Photo: AFP)

In addition, Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki will most likely be unsuccessful in attempts to create a new, unified government with the will to combat ISIS. One of the reasons the group is appealing and effective in the field is the momentum of fervent action, contradictory to bureaucrats who remain slow, stubborn, and stagnant.

If Baghdad falls in the coming weeks, the Iraqi government will fall with it, most likely fleeing into exile. The rest of the world will struggle to respond while a massive influx of Shia refugees from the south-east of Iraq threatens the tenuous peace in Afghanistan.

The fear and complete shock of the ISIS campaign will no doubt trigger greater extremism even amongst those who are normally level-headed and security-oriented. Neighboring countries like Iran (although in no real danger of being captured by ISIS) could see a rise in border incidents and domestic terrorism, which would lead to a harsh crack-down on minority Sunni populations who will be apt to retaliate instead of submit.

ISIS will then use the military equipment and masses of funds captured in Iraq to make further gains in Syria, though they may have difficulting in facing the brick wall of President Bashar Assad’s stubbornly loyal (and Russian-equipped) military.

It would be logical at this time to expect a short period of consolidation in minor ways, but for the most part, ISIS will allow the population under their control an amount of freedom inconsistent with Sharia law, in order to avoid uprisings from within the population. Instead they will focus on PR and brainwashing in a massive recruitment campaign.

Jordan will be their next fish to fry.

Jordan paralyzed

The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is much more stable than Iraq, and will require a different style of assault by ISIS. Jordan’s army is strong and harbors great resolve, making it unlikely that ISIS could penetrate the country and create a large army-style front as they have in Iraq. Jordan could however, be paralyzed from within.

As a terrorist organization, ISIS is a part of a decade-long trend that’s changing the way wars are fought. Organized armies are still struggling to adapt to fighting terrorists instead of foreign militaries, and ISIS would no doubt utilize this fact in Jordan.

One tactic that ISIS appears to be very adept at using is social media. An internet campaign to gain supporters in Jordan would no doubt capture the fervor of many extremists grown tired of the monarchy. Jordan was one of the few countries to weather the storms of the Arab Spring, but that doesn’t mean that its people could not be incited to revolutionary action in favor of a holy liberator.

A campaign of fear and terror attacks by individuals from within and without Jordan could throw the country into chaos. A brutal regime crackdown would incite the population to join ISIS instead of fighting them, and could eventually lead to the collapse of the armed forces. It is important to remember that Jordan has a Sunni majority, a fact that the Sunni ISIS will no doubt seek to exploit.

However, the future of Jordan remains a possible source of optimism for now. Officials in the kingdom are already saying that any action from ISIS against Jordan would be dealt with quickly and unmercifully while any real threat to the Jordanian government would most likely finally trigger a severe reaction from Europe, the US, and possibly Israel.

Things change

If we can learn anything from history, it’s that things change. ISIS is not unstoppable, and will likely reach its limits in the coming months in Iraq, Syria, or possibly Jordan. It will most probably collapse under its own weight in the future, leaving a vacuum that could either create fertile ground for democracy, or, more likely, several more years or even decades of unforeseen chaos.

What can be said unequivocally is that the presence of ISIS will change not only political ties and possibly borders in the Middle East. These events will undoubtedly play a large, though perhaps subtle role in changing the mindset of the world, for better or worse.

For example, ISIS could be the death blow of the world’s reliance on the US to serve as global policeman, making further room for China, Russia, and other, even less savory characters.

Also, talks on the definition of terrorism, along with its implications and effects, will be renewed in international debates. How can the world combat these forces? A growing number of people may even suggest that such groups are left alone to evolve into semi-legitimate entities while the world ignores them.

The rapidly changing situation demands a new outlook, and such questions will become even more important as the US and Europe struggle with the threat of citizens who fought with ISIS and then returned home to bring jihad to the West.

No matter how the world decides to view terrorism in the future, discussions must be centered on creating Democracy 2.0 – a political force that is agile, secure, and capable of rapid movement to counter a movement like ISIS without surrendering reason and level-headedness.


A Deadly and Horrific Terrorist Arab Caliphate is Now Sparking in the Heart of Greater Syria – PART 2

The Worldwide Fanatical Islamic Terrorists Will Flow Into ISIS
To Become a Part of the extreme SSNP fundamentalist Army
Now Growing in the Midst of Greater Syria And the Ancient
Assyrian Empire Was the Cruelest Ever to Attack Israelis
Assyrians Are reported historically as worst of All Time
Antichrist will come from the Land of Assyrian Empire
And the land of Umayyad Caliphate after the Roman
It is a rebirth of the Arab Caliphate Bilad al-Sham
Currently Beginning to Grow Inside The 3 Areas
The Syrian Antichrist won’t come from Europe
The 3 He’s in Daniel don’t refer to Antichrist
They Refer to Jesus Christ a man of Peace
Jesus’ 2nd Advent ends Antichrist’s Reign
Israel rejected Christ on His 1st Advent
Her Travail Shall END At Armageddon
God will bring peace for 1000 Years
So Jesus will Rule From Jerusalem
Over all nations on planet Earth


June 3, 2014


Micah 5:3-7 – Therefore will he give them up, until the time that she which travaileth hath brought forth: then the remnant of his brethren shall return unto the children of Israel. [4] And he shall stand and feed in the strength of the Lord, in the majesty of the name of the Lord his God; and they shall abide: for now shall he be great unto the ends of the earth. [5] And this man shall be the peace, when the Assyrian shall come into our land: and when he shall tread in our palaces, then shall we raise against him seven shepherds, and eight principal men. [6] And they shall waste the land of Assyria with the sword, and the land of Nimrod in the entrances thereof: thus shall he deliver us from the Assyrian, when he cometh into our land, and when he treadeth within our borders. [7] And the remnant of Jacob shall be in the midst of many people as a dew from the Lord, as the showers upon the grass, that tarrieth not for man, nor waiteth for the sons of men. (See whole numbered Prophet Updates 62 to 69)

Zechariah 14:8,9 – And it shall be in that day, that living waters shall go out from Jerusalem; half of them toward the former sea, and half of them toward the hinder sea: in summer and in winter shall it be. [9] And the Lord shall be king over all the earth: in that day shall there be one Lord, and his name one.

Begin Excerpt from MEMRI

Middle East Media Research Institute

Expressions Of Solidarity With ISIS In The West

Special Dispatch No. 5783

June 3, 2014

The following report is a complimentary offering from MEMRI’s Jihad and Terrorism Threat Monitor (JTTM). For JTTM subscription information,

In April 2013, a rift was created in the global jihadi movement when the Islamic
State of Iraq (ISI) announced that it was expanding into Syria and that it was changing its name to the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). Following this announcement, another jihadi organization in Syria, Jabhat Al-Nusra (JN), rejected ISIS’s authority, remaining loyal to Al-Qaeda leader Ayman Al-Zawahiri. ISIS even challenged Al-Zawahiri himself, refusing to follow his instructions to restrict itself to operating in Iraq. In early 2014, the rift escalated to violent conflict – ISIS versus JN and other jihadi organizations in both Iraq and Syria.

Having taken control of large areas of Iraq in recent months, ISIS is now enjoying increasing shows of solidarity from the Middle East and from across the Muslim world – and also from Western countries. Several factors contribute to its popularity, among them its jihad against the Americans in Iraq prior to its expansion into Syria, when it was ISI; its current struggle against Iraq’s Shi’ite government and its security forces – perceived as apparatuses for Shi’ite suppression of Sunnis; and its war against the Alawi Assad regime, which is an ally of the Shi’ites. ISIS’s activity on these fronts has helped bolster its image as the spearhead in the war against the enemies of Islam within and without the Muslim world, and raised its stature among supporters of global jihad.

Further adding to its popularity are ISIS’s achievements on the battlefields of Iraq and Syria, and its image as the only organization today that is actualizing authentic Islamic ideals and striving towards establishing the Islamic idea of a greater caliphate. It casts itself, and its propagandists depict it, as a legitimate sovereign body implementing shari’a law in areas under its control, and spreading Islam by means of jihad, thus forming the core of this future caliphate. Recently, ISIS spokesman Abu Muhammad Al-’Adnani even called on Al-Qaeda to swear fealty to his organization, because the “state” it embodies supersedes any organization.[1]

Sympathy for ISIS extends also to its leader, Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, who is seen by the organization’s fans as the legitimate leader of all Muslims. This is because of his religious education, his lineage, and his jihadi past. As a challenger to Al-Zawahiri, he is considered more charismatic and more capable of leading the Muslim ummah towards the longed-for caliphate. Thus, under Al-Baghdadi’s leadership, ISIS is emerging as an alternative to Al-Qaeda, and is seen as working diligently to actualize the Muslims’ goals without Al-Qaeda’s religion-based reservations about, for example, imposing the jizya poll tax on Christians or conducting mass killings of Shi’ites.

The persecution of ISIS, even by Al-Qaeda, adds to its status in many circles as an “underdog” fighting for the goals of Islam and the good of all Muslims. Additionally, its highly efficient propaganda apparatus circulates videos and publications via jihadi forums and social media, praising itself and criticizing its rivals and opponents.

Westerners Joining And Promoting ISIS

The Westerners who are leaving their home countries to join ISIS in its fight in Iraq and Syria also add to the organization’s prestige, both inside and outside the Muslim world. These volunteers are widely covered by the media in their own countries, and each new arrival also receives a fanfare in the organization’s local press outlets and social media; these volunteers themselves are usually very active users of social media, communicating with friends and family back home as well as followers and engaging in their own efforts to promote and recruit for the organization in the West.

Further evidence of its sweeping popularity was the June 19, 2014 “One Billion Muslims Support ISIS” campaign, which urged ISIS sympathizers worldwide to express their support for the organization on Friday, June 20, and even devised a special Twitter hashtag for the purpose. The campaign elicited considerable response from supporters in numerous participants, who posted images and videos expressing their support for ISIS.[2]

This Western support for ISIS is crucial to the group’s propaganda efforts; in addition to swelling the ranks of its fighters and bringing in funds and logistical support, it increases its prestige and deters its rivals.
Elements Used In Expressions Of Support For ISIS

These expressions of solidarity with ISIS on social and other media use common ISIS symbolism. They include posters of support for it and for Al-Baghdadi; the use of the slogan baqiya wa-tatmaddad, “will remain and spread”;[3] the black tawhid flag, widely used by other global jihad elements; and ISIS nasheeds, or Islamic songs.

Other expressions of solidarity include: photos of ISIS posters next to Western landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower in Paris, Big Ben in London, the Atomium building in Brussels, and the Coliseum in Rome; photos of ISIS posters alongside Western passports; and other images shared on social media. All these add to ISIS’s image of an organization on the rise, and may also indicate its expansionist ambitions.

Tawhid banner used by ISIS

A poster supporting the “One Billion Muslims” campaign (Source: Twitter.com/Minbar_s, June 19, 2014)
This report will present examples of support for ISIS from the West. A future report will present similar examples of support from the Middle East and the Muslim world.[4]

At least two contributions to the One Billion Muslims campaign came from the U.S. One was a photo of a drawing of ISIS emblem against the backdrop of the New York City skyline, and the other was a photo of a sign of support for ISIS taken in downtown Chicago.


Sign re

Belgium and The Netherlands

ISIS is evidently very popular with radical Muslims in Belgium and The Netherlands. For example, a February 2014 YouTube video titled “Nasheed Live 2014 Belgie & Nederland” features a male choir singing a medley of songs glorifying ISIS and deriding its rivals. For example, there is a song in Arabic and Flemish titled “Unite the Ranks and Pledge Loyalty to [ISIS Leader] Al-Baghdadi”, and derogatory songs about America, JN and the Free Syrian Army. The singers also call out ISIS slogans like “the Islamic state will remain forever”. The group’s extensive familiarity with ISIS-related themes attests to the organization’s far-reaching influence, even on people in Europe.[5]
A December 2013 YouTube video[6] documents a pro-ISIS demonstration by several dozen people in a Dutch city.[7] In it, ISIS supporters, who appear with their faces unmasked, praise the organization and fire up the crowd with ISIS slogans and songs. Some of them hold up a sign saying “Democracy = Hypocrisy.”

Pro-ISIS demonstration in Holland
The video begins with a slide saying “From the heart of the Western lands, from Holland – to the brave hero Sheikh Abu Bakr, the Emir of the Believers who rolls the apostates’ noses in the dust. We will sacrifice our lives, our property, our children and all our assets for you, and Allah is our witness that we will support our beloved state [ISIS] by word or deed.”

As part of the One Billion Muslims campaign, an ISIS supporter from Amsterdam posted the image below, of a hand-made sign photographed against the background of a Dutch windmill. The sign reads: “The Islamic state in Iraq and Syria will remain and expand. From Holland, on Friday, June 20, 2014. the ‘support the Islamic state’ [day]. Amsterdam, capital of Holland.”

In another image posted as part of this campaign, four people, whose faces are blurred, hold up ISIS banners in a Dutch city center decorated with flags to celebrate The Netherlands’ participation in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

The image below, posted on the Twitter page of the One Billion Muslims campaign, shows an ISIS banner agaisnt the background of Amsterdam’s central train station:

Supporters from Belgium posted photos of pro-ISIS signs against the backdrop of the Brussels Atomium. The signs say: “ISIS will remain and expand, with Allah’s help – Brussels.”[8]

The sign below, photographed against the backdrop of a building in downtown Brussels, says, among other messages, “Your brother from Belgium supports you.”

In addition to images taken in Western cities and/or next to iconic Western landmarks, ISIS supporters also post pro-ISIS messages next to Western passports, to signify that support for ISIS is global, and perhaps also to hint at the coming of the Caliphate will render them obsolete. The image below, sourced from the same Twitter page, shows a Dutch passport and a Turkish once, with a note saying: “One billion Muslims support ISIS.”


Among the participants in the One Billion Muslims campaign were also ISIS supporters from Spain. Naturally, they did not refer to the country as Spain, but as Andalus, and some even called it a wilaya (province) of the future Islamic caliphate.

“The Wilaya of Andalus” in front of Spanish flag

ISIS flag against the backdrop of the Aljafería Palace, an 11th century Muslim palace in Zaragoza, Spain


Shows of solidarity for ISIS in Germany have also been multiplying. A number of Germans have joined the organization’s ranks, mainly in Syria; among them is German rapper Deso Dogg, aka Abu Talha Al-Almani. [9]

Numerous images from Germany were posted in support of the One Billion Muslims Support ISIS campaign:

Preacher Abu Ibrahim holding a “Baqiyah” sign in front of Berlin’s Alexanderplatz Square.

“Your brothers in Hamburg, Germany support you.”

Sign supporting ISIS.

“One billion Muslims support the Islamic State – Support from Germany”

A number of German posts use children to express support for ISIS; below, a masked child holds up a sign in German for the One Billion Muslims campaign.

On sign: “One Billion Muslims Support the Islamic State.”


Many French citizens have gone to fight in Syria, with the greatest number apparently joining ISIS; some of them have since returned to France. The many shows of solidarity with ISIS from France include photos taken near Paris landmarks such as the Eifel Tower and the Louvre, under the title “French Support for ISIS”:[10]

Sign saying “The Islamic state will remain… will remain” in front of the Louvre

Other photos of landmarks include one at the Coliseum in Rome, with a sign stating, “ISIS will remain… will remain. Rome.”[11]


The photo below uses a child to express support for ISIS “from Austria.”

The photo blow expresses “Support for ISIS from Vienna” is taken at the Riesenrad.

“One Billion Muslims Support the Islamic State”; “The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria will remain”
More expressions of support from Austria from the Twitter page of the One Billion Muslims campaign:

“One Billion Muslims Support the Islamic States” – Baaqiyyah!”

“Support from Austria”


The black Tawhid flag was photographed against the backdrop of Big Ben in London for the One Billion Muslims Campaign.


A message was also sent by “ISIS Supporters in Canada”:


[1] See MEMRI JTTM report, “ISIS Spokesman ‘Al-Qaeda Is No Longer The Base Of Jihad,’” April 18, 2014.
[2] On a similar campaign launched in May 2014, see MEMRI JTTM Report, “Jihad Supporters Launch Pro-ISIS Campaign On Social Media,” May 29, 2014.
[3] This slogan, taken from speeches by ISIS leaders, refer to ISIS as an Islamic entity that disregards the man-made borders of the Middle East laid out in the Sykes-Picot Agreement. The first stage of implementation of baqiya and tatmaddad is ISIS’s spread from Iraq to Syria, taking the opportunity offered by the civil war raging there; the organization is currently declaring its intention to expand to other countries and to “annex” them to the greater Caliphate it recently declared. On the development of this slogan, see MEMRI JTTM report Twitter As Major Platform For Spreading Message Of Islamic State Of Iraq And Syria (ISIS), March 11, 2014.
[4] Unless stated otherwise, all pictures are sourced from Dawaalhaq.com.
[5] Youtube.com/watch?v=CB2LO5r2Di4.
[6] Youtube.com/watch?v=BvPGB31T774.
[7] On this demonstration, see MEMRI JTTM report, “In Video, Protesters In The Netherlands Issue Calls Of Support For ISIS, Jabhat Al-Nusra, Refer To ISIS Leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi As Their Emir,” December 27, 2013.
[8] Twitter.com/AboOmar20148/status/460709225644036096/photo/1.
[9] See also MEMRI JTTM report ISIS Releases Video With Song In German: ‘Let Us Wage Jihad’, June 17, 2014.
[10] Alplatformmedia.com, March 31, 2014.
[11] Twitter.com/Islamic_States