Persecution of Christians: ISIS ‘Muslim’ Unification at End of the Age

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 22:15 PM
August 11, 2014

War-on-Christians        Christians now suffer staggering persecution from ‘professing’ Muslims throughout the Middle East, Asia, Africa and even Europe including: Denmark, Iraq, Iran, Indonesia, Kenya, Somalia, Pakistan, Syria, Egypt, Russia, Cameroon, Turkmenistan, Central African Republic, Nigeria, etc.

Most nations on that list, compiled by MidnightWatcher’s Blogspot’s post–– ‘They Are Slaughtering Us Like Chickens’: Muslim Persecution Of Christians”–– will undoubtedly either participate in anti-Christ’s End-Time assaults or will send soldiers to assist in battles––as is the case now with Muslims by the thousands deserting ‘comparatively moderate’ groups such as Al-Qaeda to join ISIS.

As promised in both Old and New Testament prophecies, of the Revived Nations in Alexander the Great’s Kingdom from which anti-Christ will come––Syria, Egypt, Greece and Turkey––only Greece withstands the Muslim push to extinguish Christianity. Those prophecies foresee that anti-Christ will stem from that Revived Kingdom, and that Syria will be the one from which he will spring.

Greece is at least 95% Christian, with vast majorities members of the Greek Orthodox Church.  While Muslims have mosques in other Greek cities, there is not one in Athens, the nation’s capital. Apparently fearful of Muslim protests, Greek officials plan to build a mosque at Greek expense in Athens met outcries. Citizens say that in entrenched recession with high unemployment, Greece cannot afford it.

Initially, fearful of citizen backlashes, individual contractors would not bid on construction. But soon a consortium of contractors submitted an accepted bid. Things seemed back on again. Finally last April a group of clergy, military, politicians, and businesses quashed the 946,000 euro project, perhaps for good.

While Egypt has long had its Coptic Christian Church, Muslims constantly increase pressure on Christians by destroying Churches, persecuting Christian families and businesses, and clashes with the nation’s military. Tom
Heneghan of Faith World reports:  “In Europe and North America, governments have denounced the violence and called on Egypt’s armed forces to guarantee equal rights for all citizens, especially religious minorities. Church groups have collected funds to send to Egyptian parishes.” Turkey is not much better!

The term ‘professing’ Muslims is used above because new dangers against the Body of Christ from the ISIS ultra-Christians-getting-attackedextremist Muslim group moves far beyond other persecutions against Christians in the Middle East.  Not only the most violent group on the 21st century horizon, ISIS has become a murderous unifying force among all nations in the Middle East––not just in Syria and Iraq!

Greg Miller of the Washington Post writes this week: “U.S. spy agencies have begun to see groups of fighters abandoning al-Qaeda affiliates in Yemen and Africa to join the rival Islamist organization that has seized territory in Iraq and Syria.”  This move is one reason for the start of U.S. air strikes in the region.

U.S. officials tell Miller:  “Small groups from a number of al-
Qaeda affiliates have defected to ISIS.  And this problem will probably become more acute as ISIS continues to rack up victories.”

ISIS moves beyond ‘simple’ persecution. It crucifies Christians, steals their assets and pushes them out regions under threat of execution. Bible inspired writing identifies the anti-Christ a non-Muslim: “But in his estate shall he honor the god of forces: and a god whom his fathers knew not . . . (Daniel 11: 38).” As anti-Christ comes out of Syria and will rule from Iraq, ISIS may soon reveal him.

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