News THE MALHAMA (ARMAGEDDON) DRAWS CLOSER

THE MALHAMA (ARMAGEDDON) DRAWS CLOSER Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 29 Dhul-Qi'dah 1435

US air strikes against ISIS in Syria, which seem to have been coordinated with the Ukraine ceasefire, are a smoke-screen hiding an effort to get even with Russia over a NATO black-eye received in Ukraine. If the US can get away with such air strikes - and that appears very likely - then the strikes will escalate until NATO takes on the Syrian armed forces in a final effort to achieve a Libyan-style regime-change in Syria.

There should be no illusion concerning implications of an ISIS take-over of Syria. The Orthodox Christians will be slaughtered in a genocide intended to put paid to any possible End-time alliance between the Muslim world and the world of Rūm.

Secondly, while the Russian government may be able to get away with a policy of avoidance of nuclear war with NATO over Syria, public opinion in Russia will not tolerate such a policy in response to a slaughter of Orthodox Christians in Syria.

The ultimate implication of such a success in Syria is that NATO will then get what the Zionists desperately want, i.e., nuclear war with Russia. It now seems inevitable that such a nuclear war will take place and that it will occur sooner rather than later. When that war takes place within the next 5-10 years time or even sooner, the world will experience the Malhama or Armageddon which Prophet Muhammad (sallalahu 'alaihi wa sallam) prophesied 1400 years ago.

It is time enough for analysts around the world to direct primary attention to the coming nuclear war. Islamic eschatology is best equipped to offer a comprehensive explanation of the subject.

Our Islamic eschatological view is that Pax Judaica is not possible without such a nuclear war which, it is hoped, will wipe out both Russia and her NATO rivals. Our view is that Dajjāl's 'day-like-a-week' will commence with the Malhama when Israel emerges from the nuclear holocaust to succeed USA as the ruling State in a post-nuclear world.

Imran N. Hosein

 

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