One of the lesser players in the Ezekiel War has a changing of the guard. The Libyan Prime Minister was ousted, and Al Qaeda is strengthening their hold on the country. In today's world, a country does not have to have a standing army of thousands to invade another country. Look at Hamas or Hezbollah, or Al Qaeda attacking New York City and those organizations can do significant damage just by themselves. Sudan does have a standing army that Libya does not. Both of those countries are a part of the Ezekiel 38/39 Gog/Magog coalition that will attack Israel in the last days. Sudan could also send their own set of terrorists to ally themselves with Iran. My point is that these two countries can be a part of the coalition without sending thousands upon thousands of soldiers in a standing army against Israel.
More importantly, Turkish President said Syria is entering the worst case scenarios. Often leaders will state certain things to push their own agenda, but one cannot rule out the very possibility laid out by the Turkish leader. CNN had a segment on television tonight stating all out regional war is now a possibility. Economics often if not always drive wars. Iran's currency crisis may fuel their evil plan to destroy Israel. It is not Iran that needs convincing, but Russia, which makes since. God will send a hook to bring Russia to the plains of Israel. Russia knows full well if their invasion is not successful, their role in the world is greatly diminished. Iran, Turkey, Libya, and Sudan do not have as much to lose. My friends, we have the nations of Gog/Magog just where they need to be. Time will tell, but you can sense it.
Pray for my wife as she lost her dad this morning to a long battle with diabetes and congestive heart failure. My wife and I have had a tough couple of months, but I will be ok with medication, and my wife's dad is a Christian man, and is with Jesus. We all have hard times, and prayer takes a man from the lowest valley to his knees, and it is there that he can begin to climb the mountain once again. God's Speed.
Turkish President Abdullah Gul said on Monday the "worst-case scenarios" were now playing out in Syria and Turkey would to do everything necessary to protect itself, while its army fired back for a sixth day after a shell fired from Syria flew over the border.
Gul said the violence in Turkey's southern neighbour, where a revolt against President Bashar al-Assad has evolved into a civil war that threatens to draw in regional powers, could not go on indefinitely and Assad's fall was inevitable.
"The worst-case scenarios are taking place right now in Syria ... Our government is in constant consultation with the Turkish military. Whatever is needed is being done immediately as you see, and it will continue to be done," Gul said.