Riots in Tunisia                                  Riots in Egypt

                    Riots in Libya                              Riots in Bahrain
                      Riots in Syria                            Riots in Yemen
On December 18, 2010, riots broke out in Tunisia, then in Egypt, Libya, Bahrain, Syria, Yemen, Algeria, Iraq, Jordan, Morocco, Oman, and on the borders of Israel; as well as protests in Kuwait, Lebanon, Mauritania, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Western Sahara.  Many demonstrations have met with violence through pro-government militias.  These protests are often referred to as the "Arab Spring."  The Word of God tells us that all nations will come against Israel in the last days.  Jesus said, "When you see Jerusalem compassed with armies, then know that the desolation is near" Luke 21:20.  He also said, "There will be signs in the sun, moon, stars, and distress of nations upon the earth with perplexity; the sea and the waves roaring" Luke 21:25.  These are signs of the end times, which we are seeing now, right before our eyes.  Throughout my lifetime, I have never seen so many wars in different nations.  A number of former Muslims who are intimately familiar with what is going on in the Middle East, who still have families living throughout these nations, report that the radical Muslim Brotherhood, a terrorist organization, is behind the uprisings in these nations.  One of these is Walid Shoebat (, a former Muslim and PLO terrorist.  He attests that their underlying goal is to create governments that will rise against Israel.  It is deliberate and purposeful, because these radical Muslims believe that Mahdi (the Muslim messiah) will not come until they declare jihad and start a holy war against Israel.  According to the Muslim faith, once Muslims start a major war against Israel, their Mahdi and Jesus, whom they believe to be a prophet, will return and "finish" the battle against Israel, and all others who refuse to convert (Sahih al-Bukhari 4:52:177).  The Muslim faith is not just a religion, but also a legal system and religion of conquest.  Their religious goal and purpose is to see to it that Islam and Shariah law prevail in every nation of the world!  People who believe there are peace-loving Muslims, who do not believe in this aspect of their faith, are deceived.  It is a well-known tactic among Muslims to fake peace, until you can fortify your position, then attack and conquer.  It is part of their religion and it is referred to as "Hudna."  Before they can attempt to bring jihad against Israel, which is said to bring the return of their Mahdi, the surrounding Muslim nations must all be in alignment together against Israel.  This conquest is not only on the minds of the Muslims in the nations surrounding Israel.  The G8 Summit convened on May 26-27, 2011, and the eight nations pledged billions of dollars to support the "Arab Spring" nations.  The group of eight leading nations, United States, Canada, Russia, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United Kingdom, pledged 20 billion dollars to help radical Muslims (the Muslim Brotherhood) "settle the nations;" 3 billion of that was pledged by Barack Obama in behalf of the (bankrupt) United States!  Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, recently announced on national television that the Obama administration wants to "reestablish ties with Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood!"  He might as well have said he wants to talk with the devil!  President Obama also jumped right into war against Libya without Congressional approval.  This war costs the US taxpayers 10 million dollars a day (  For that reason, ten bipartisan Congressmen have filed a lawsuit against Barack Obama for his violation of the Constitution and the War Powers Act, in bypassing Congress in his decision to go to war in Libya.  Obama doesn't care.  He is full speed ahead on a mission and he is obviously not moved by the prospect of being sued by Congress; too much is at stake - one of his primary goals in the White House.  This is just the beginning of what will be the end of the age and the return of the Lord.  Jesus said, "Blessed are those servants whom the Lord will find watching when He comes; verity I say unto you, He will gird Himself and make them to sit down to meat and will come forth and serve them" Luke 12:37.  Are your watching and waiting for the Lord?  It is very sad to see that even some who profess to be Christians turn away from the last days Bible prophecies.  I heard one young "minister" on Trinity Broadcasting Network say recently, "I'm not ready for the Lord to come just yet; I haven't had a chance to get married - and I have waited a long time."  The audience cheered him on that day.  We shouldn't be so involved with the world and the things that are in the world that we actually don't want to see the Lord return!  Jesus said, "Love not the world neither the things that are in the world.  If any man loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him" 1 John 2:15.  If the world only knew what the Bible says lies shortly ahead of us, everyone would be praying, "Lord come quickly!"  In fact, Jesus said, "Watch and pray always, that you may be accounted worthy to escape all these things that will come to pass, and to stand before the Son of man (Jesus)" Luke 21:36.