Thanks to Mathieu to let me know about some news I overlooked. I have concluded that more than just the United States is involved in the Middle East buildup. I am beginning to suspect that a more NATO contingent is taking shape in the Middle East. Western (United States) and Northern (Russia) armies are massing their forces as well as the South, being led by Egypt, pushing against Israel. The East which constitutes Iran are threatening Israel. This does not count Britain and other Western support. One can interpret Jerusalem is being surrounded by armies. It is at the beginning stages, but it seems that the prophecy may be on the verge of fulfillment. No other time in history has so much been going on in the Middle East. That is saying a lot concerning the Iraq wars and the War on Terror over the last few years.
Europe's leaders Merkel and Sarkozy of Germany and France respectively are meeting today and will meet with Italian Premier Monti in the days ahead to formalize a strategy to keep the Euro afloat. There will be an important meeting January 30th to set more meetings for the important March deadline. It seems if nothing is decided significantly by March 2012 or by the end of it anyway, then the Euro Project is in grave danger. Of course, the thought of a Middle East war can tip the economic chaos into full throttle. I have a feeling that it is not saving the Euro which will be discussed ,but how to survive on the demise of the Euro. Surely a system prophesied as the Mark of the Beast is being discussed.
Armies seemingly surrounding Jerusalem, the economic chaos which seems to be the one which will bring in the Mark of the Beast, and the morality of the church is very lukewarm at best. Time will tell, but the weeks ahead are interesting indeed.
"Israel no longer has allies in Egypt and in Tunisia, we are saying to the Zionist enemies that times have changed and that the time of the Arab Spring, the time of the revolution, of dignity and of pride has arrived," he said to loud cheers.
"We promise you that we will not cede a single part of Palestine, we will not cede Jerusalem, we will continue to fight and we will not lay down our arms," he said. He urged "the people of the revolution to fight the army of al-Quds" as Jerusalem is known in Arabic.
"To Tunisia we say: 'It is us today who are going to build the new Middle East'." Haniya insisted "We will not recognize Israel," as the crowd chanted: "Death to Israel", "The Tunisian revolution supports Palestine", and "The army of Mohammed is back". Some wiped their feet on the Star of David.
ANOTHER NEWS LINK
US, Russian, French and British air and naval forces are gathering around the Syrian and Iranian coasts on guard for fresh developments at the two Middle East flashpoints.