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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureReligion & Spirituality · 1 decade ago

Is the "final battle" between Arabs and Israel described in the Bible?

"The reduced boundaries of the extinct Ottoman Empire are identified in Ezekiel 38. Because borders and names of countries frequently change with military conflicts and treaties, God uses mostly tribal names of land named in "Genesis" and originally occupied by Noah's descendants to give us approximate locations. This includes Rosh, once belonging to the tribe of Benjamin and now a Hamas "time-bomb" in Palestine, north of Jerusalem; Gog, once Reubenites, is now Jordan; Magog is Georgia and fell to the Islamic control of Turkay and Iran in the 16th century; its significant Islamic community is transitional and sovereign government unstable; Persia is Iran whose leaders officially declare that "Israel should be wiped off the map"; and Tubal, Mesheck and Togarmach are Turkey; as is Gomer, also occupying the area north of the Black Sea (Ezekiel 38:2-8,16). According to the Bible, these countries extending around the Mediterranean Sea to Sudan &Libya will..." (www.revelado.org/islam.htm).

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Hi, Ben:

    Those texts, described by the prophets, descendants of Abram, will not fail.

    But the Battle of Armageddon is no terror to the saints, as Jesus will save them.

    Thanks, Ticlesh

  • 1 decade ago

    Not between Arabs and Israel, but between Believers and disbelievers.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Religion is so scary.

    Just because you're book pushes you toward nihilistic tendencies FWIW, the rest of us would rather not go down that path.

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