Between A ‘Two-Faced Rock’ and A Place of War: Turkey’s Deceptions

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 10:30 AM
September 24, 2014

passing thru walls    Various bloggers and commentators warn that World War III has already begun. A perfect example of this truth is the adroitness of Turkey as it seeks to please ISIS, and yet remain a stanch member of NATO and an ally of the U.S.

In his article, ‘Turkey: What Ally?,’ Burak Bekdil’s details Turkey’s attempts to be the only Muslim nation in NATO, while simultaneously forming close relationships with China, Russia and “a bunch of terrorist organizations, including Hamas, Muslim Brotherhood, Ahrar al-Sham and the al-Nusrah Front.”

Regarding U.S. led attacks on ISIS bases in Syria this week, Bekdil points out that Turkey refused to allow its ‘allies’ to use Turkish air space or to use a crucial U.S. air base in southern Turkey for attack flights. Turkish leaders even refused to join other Arab nations for a joint communique against ISIS.

One of Turkey’s goals is for Syria to fall completely. Merve Tahiroglu expounds in ‘ISIS and the Threat to Turkey’:  “Turkey’s open-door policy since the beginning of the Syrian crisis has allowed many Syrians jihadists to freely enter its territory, and Ankara [Turkey’s capital] has been accused of turning a blind eye, if not direct support, to foreign jihadists in its territory.”

Even those in political parties opposite of Turkish President Erdogan, openly accuse him of supporting ISIS. Kemal Kilicdaroglu, his main opponent says : “ . . . for the first time in history Turkey has become a country that supports terrorism.”

Another of Erdogan’s opponents, Devlet Bahceli, decries Erdogan’s fake remorse towards Syria only because refugees-leavingthousands of refuges from Syria have crossed over into Turkey: “. . . our borders are filled with radical and savage elements.”
Their protests seemed borne out when 49 hostages taken from the Turkish embassy in Mosul were released.  While ISIS lopes heads, crucifies and guns down other hostages, Turkey’s citizens were freed without even a hair touched. Diplomats and journalists wonder why? Erdogan insists ransom was not paid.  But his critics decry the secrecy about their release, insisting that by ‘negotiating’ for the captives’ release, Erdogan accorded ISIS with the mantle of a nation-state.

Thomas Seibert in ‘The Turks to ISIS: “Let’s Make a Deal”’ writes: “Ankara is dealing “diplomatically” with the so-called Islamic State . . even as Washington tries to ‘ . . . destroy it.’ Recognition of ISIS as a ‘state’ at any level or in any form is precisely what [ISIS] is looking for and [the] U.S. vehemently opposes.”

All of which reinforces Biblical truths about Turkey, which ultimately is a nation historically tied to the re-emerging Grecian Empire of Alexander the Great. What ever the outcome of the current war, Turkey will eventually unite with Syria and Iraq, no doubt through military conquest, as ISIS is probably already setting up rebel bases in Turkey, right under Erdogan’s twice twisted nose.

Iraq is in fact end-time idolatrous Babylon, the seat of rule for the coming anti-Christ, a Syrian who may well be fighting with ISIS right now. As this blogger has written before, only the (hopefully praying) Christian church in Greece stands in the way of this final union. As Daniel in Bible inspired writing foretells:

The ram which thou sawest having two horns are the kings of Media and Persia [Iran and Iraq].  And the rough goat is the king of Grecia [Greece]: and the great horn that is between his eyes is the first king [Alexander]. Now that being broken, whereas four stood up for it, four kingdoms shall stand up out of the nation [Syria, Iraq, Turkey and Egypt], but not in his power. And in the latter time of their kingdom, when the transgressors are come to the full, a king of fierce countenance, and understanding dark sentences, shall stand up (8: 20 – 23).” Time for prayer!

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