hates Israel because the Jews are the seed of promise and have been the recipients and preservers of the sacred Word of God for all humanity. From the beginning, Satan has stirred Ishmael’s descendants to bitterly hate and to kill the Jews. The Word of God prophesies that in the final days, the seed of Ishmael will join with a number of allies, including Russia, in an attempt to destroy the people of God before the Messiah returns. Despite the size of their armies and the advantages of Russian military technology, the soldiers of Gog and Magog will be destroyed (see Ezekiel 38–39). King David...
Note: Psalm 83:12
Koran and its commentaries describe a terrible war between the Jews and the Islamic armies, together with barbarian armies from Yajuj and Majuj (Gog and Magog). The vast invading armies will drain the Sea of Tiberius (Galilee) for drinking water and will then attack Jerusalem. Jesus Christ and God will together supernaturally destroy the invading Islamic army. After God’s victory, the great number of slain bodies of the invading army will provide food for predatory animals and birds. It will take seven years to burn the weapons, and God will cleanse the earth with rain to rid it of the pollution...
Note: Ezekiel 38-39
In Revelation 11, the prophet John was given a vision of the rebuilt Temple, which would be restored during the future Tribulation period. John was told by the angel, “Rise, and measure the temple of God, and the altar, and them that worship therein. But the court which is without the temple leave out, and measure it not; for it is given unto the Gentiles: and the holy city shall they tread under foot forty and two months” (verses 1–2). Notice that the court, which refers to the Court of the Gentiles, was not to be measured. It is intriguing to note that the Dome of the Rock was built by...
Note: rev 11:1-2
you approach the sealed Eastern Gate from the outside Eastern Wall of the Temple Mount, you must walk through a Muslim cemetery. Centuries ago the Arab rulers of Jerusalem chose to build a cemetery in front of the sealed Eastern Gate. The cemetery now extends for a considerable distance north and south along the Eastern Wall. The reason for choosing that particular place as a graveyard is that Muslim Arabs are reluctant to accept the implications of the prophecy that Jesus, the Messiah, will someday enter the Temple Mount through the sealed Eastern Gate to set up His eternal kingdom from His throne...
Note: Ezekiel 43:1,4-5