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Påven Francis skall till Turkiet i november – vad väntar honom där?

Pope Francis Will Be Going To The Antichrist Nation Of Turkey, And The Muslims Want To Assassinate Him

Pope Francis is planning on visiting Turkey in November, and it is a possibility that he will be assassinated there.

The visit was announced after the Pope being invited by both Erdogan and the Orthodox Church’ Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I. As an embassy representative said

The pope has been invited by both the Orthodox Church and the government and he is expected to meet the president during his visit

Lets not forget that in Turkey there is intense presence of anti-Catholicism, especially after the controversy that Pope Benedict XVI made when he made his comments on not killing to enforce religion.

Subsequent to the comments made by Benedict, a book was written called Who will kill Benedict XVI in Istanbul?

Cover of the book, “Who will kill Benedict XVI in Istanbul?” It just screams of anti-Catholic slander

The publication became a bestseller, amidst anti-Catholic violence that sprung in Turkey, with three Catholic priests being violently attacked. One of the priests, Fr. Andrea Santoro, was shot dead from behind while kneeling in prayer. The murderer, a 16 year old Muslim named Oğuzhan Akdin, screamed “Allahu Akbar!” when he made this holy man a martyr.

As we read from a report that was written in 2006, when the prospect of Benedict being assassinated was lingering in people’s minds:

Benedict XVI is set to visit Turkey in November, for those looking to descry omens, here’s one that’s not terribly encouraging: A potboiler novel currently on bestseller lists in Turkey titled Papa’ya suikast (“Attack on the Pope”) predicts that Benedict will be assassinated.

Written by novelist Yücel Kaya, the book is subtitled, “Who will kill Benedict XVI in Istanbul?”

In a little more than 300 pages, Kaya manages to weave the Turkish Secret Service, the infamous Masonic lodge P2, and (of course) Opus Dei into his plot line. Inevitably, Mehmet Ali Agca, the Turk who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, also makes an appearance.

All this might seem comical were it not for the fact that in the last seven months, three Catholic priests have been attacked in Turkey, beginning with the murder of Italian missionary Fr. Andrea Santoro on February 5.

The same anti-Catholic spirit is very high in the Middle East, and it is in fact increasing as fervent calls for a universal caliphate and mahdi escalate.

The Italian government has affirmed that the Vatican is an extremely primary target for ISIS, since Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the head of the jihadist group, has stated that to conquer Rome is to rule the world:

This is my advice to you. If you hold to it you will conquer Rome and own the world

Italian Interior Minister Angelino just said a few days ago that we should not ignore the words of al-Baghdadi and the fervency with which ISIS desires to conquer Rome because of the Vatican’s religious significance as the head of Western Christianity, describing the city as:

the cradle of Christianity and of which it is envisioned the conquest [by ISIS], is invoked for its symbolic value. It would not be correct to minimize the words of Al-Baghdadi

ISIS is targeting Pope Francis, calling him the “bearer of false truth.” According to an Italian source, ISIS is not only setting their sites on the Vatican, but more specifically, on Pope Francis himself.

Italian authorities have already issued an alert giving warnings on places that our potential targets to terrorist, and one on the list, being very significant, was “places of worship,” which would include the Vatican.

It has been reported that at least 50 people from Italy are now fighting for ISIS, 80% of whom are native Italians who converted to Islam. One of the reasons for their conversion, according to one Italian newspaper, was “distrust in the Catholic Church,” indicating the connection between Islam and anti-Catholicism.

Most interestingly, the goal to force the Vatican to become Muslim was recently stated by an ISIS agent in Italy named Imam Ismar Mesinovic, a Bosnian Muslim who stationed himself in the country to recruit Italian converts to fight for ISIS. He said:

We Muslims believe that one day the whole world will be an Islamic state. Our goal is to make sure that even the Vatican will be Muslim. Maybe I will not be able to see it, but that time will come.

Turkey is working heavily with ISIS, training them and providing them weapons. One ISIS fighter said:

Turkey paved the way for us. Had Turkey not shown such understanding for us, the Islamic State would not be in its current place. It [Turkey] showed us affection. Large number of our mujahedeen [jihadis] received medical treatment in Turkey

Moreover, we know for a fact that there is a major ISIS training center in Turkey, as Shoebat.com revealed a leaked video of it:

With anti-Catholicism being heavy in Turkey, and with ISIS, who wants to kill the Pope and conquer the Vatican, having a heavy presence in, and very significant support from Turkey, it is a possibility that an ISIS member in that country, or a Muslim jihadist, will kill the Pope during his visit in Turkey.

There is actually a prophecy in the Catholic Church, called the prophecy of Fatima, in which the death of a pope is foretold:

And we saw in an immense light that is God: ‘something similar to how people appear in a mirror when they pass in front of it’ a Bishop dressed in White ‘we had the impression that it was the Holy Father’. Other Bishops, Priests, men and women Religious going up a steep mountain, at the top of which there was a big Cross of rough-hewn trunks as of a cork-tree with the bark; before reaching there the Holy Father passed through a big city half in ruins and half trembling with halting step, afflicted with pain and sorrow, he prayed for the souls of the corpses he met on his way; having reached the top of the mountain, on his knees at the foot of the big Cross he was killed by a group of soldiers who fired bullets and arrows at him, and in the same way there died one after another the other Bishops, Priests, men and women Religious, and various lay people of different ranks and positions.

The pope here is killed, and then after him clergy and laymen are slaughtered, which signifies a mass persecution of Catholics after the pope’s martyrdom.

Turkey is so anti-Christian that it was behind the attack by ISIS on the Armenian Christian village of Kessab,in which 80 Christians were slaughtered.

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Antikrist kommer från TURKIET = Erdogan?

The Antichrist Nation Is Not ROME But TURKEY. Get Ready For The End Times.

 
by Walid Shoebat (Shoebat Exclusive)

Many students of Bible Prophecy insist that the Antichrist stems from a revived Roman Empire centered in Rome, a model that positions the end-times beast kingdom in Europe. But current news out of the Middle East provides some damning evidence that debunks such theory.

 
The “Europe” model for an Antichrist kingdom became prominent during the rise of the European Union four decades ago during the seventies when self-proclaimed prophecy ‘experts’ began to announce that the end is near and countless books were written to the effect making such theory dominate the American church.
The theory stemmed from a common interpretation of Daniel 2 claiming that the Roman Empire model included two legs, a leg they claim stems from Rome and another eastern leg centered in Constantinople, which today is in Turkey. Therefore, the European model, in this view insists that Turkey joins the European Union since it must include both the eastern and western parts of the Roman Empire.
But the current news today shows that after his victory speech, President Erdoğan of Turkey mentioned a “New Turkey” and his cabinet made it clear that his government is moving away from joining the European Union altogether. With this new foreign policy, Turkey’s EU aspirations may be shelved, according to Erdoğan’s chief adviser, Yiğit Bulut.
Bulut, in a recent analysis, outlined a controversial vision for a new Turkey in the wake of Erdoğan’s election victory, a vision that suggests cutting ties with the EU.
While some are still adamant about the European model, not all Bible scholars agree. For example, the prominant Rev. Dr. Matthew Henry over three centuries ago dealt with this controversey:

Who is this enemy — whose rise, reign and ruin are here foretold? Interpreters are not agreed. Some will have the Fourth Kingdom to be that of the Seleucidae and the ‘little horn’ to be Antiochus…. Others will have the Fourth Kingdom to be that of the Romans, and the ‘little horn’ to be Julius Caesar and the succeeding emperors, as Calvin says. The Antichrist, the Papal Kingdom, says Mr. Joseph Mede…. Others make the ‘little horn’ to be the Turkish Empire; so Luther, Vatablus, and others. Now I cannot prove either side to be in the wrong. And therefore, since prophecies sometimes have many fulfilling and we ought to give Scripture its full latitude (in this as in many other controversies) — I am willing to allow that they are both in the right.” (Henry: A Commentary on the Holy Bible, with Practical Remarks andObservations, London: Marshall Bros. Ltd., n.d., IV:1270f)

So besides the Papal Kingdom (Europe) as a theory, there was also the “Seleucidae” (Seleucid) which is the “Turkish Empire” model which was the most prominent view historically. These are not isolated interpretations, even amongst the most major Protestant theologians.
Today this Seleucid region is centered on the areas of the Ottoman Empire, which overtook the Roman Empire at its fall in Constantinople during the Muslim invasion by the Ottomans under Muhammad II in 1453.
Furthermore, no one historically could point to any burdens or judgments in end-times context in any literal references in the Bible that include any European entity and the Seleucid-Grecian model has all its historic regions literally included in Scripture by their ancient names. The Seleucid-Grecian model today would include a landmass stemming from the Levant and not the Adriatic (1) and includes a swath of lands from the Middle East, Turkey, Central Asia, which includes the former Soviet republics (Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan) to the Persian Gulf and Eastern Anatolia, Iran, Afghanistan and even parts of India in Pakistan. This is the 10-40 Window and are currently all Islamic.
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And the current news that just came out of the Middle East by prominent Turkish government officials and analysts (2) is beginning to confirm. As soon as the President-elect Recep Tayyip Erdoğan won, the idea of a “New Turkey” was explained by his government to represent a new understanding in Turkish foreign policy, through which the country is expected to increasingly move away from the European Union ideal while focusing on its relations with China, Russia and the former Soviet republics (Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan).
Furthermore, in an article published by the pro-government Sabah daily, Erdoğan’s chief adviser Mr. Bulut said that Turkey needs to stop aspiring to be a member of the EU and instead seek to expand its influence in the Middle East and elsewhere.
“The current state of the relationship with the EU is next to non-existent. The EU has its own problems and politicians from EU countries are trying to gain votes by campaigning against Turkish membership and Erdoğan is reluctance about EU membership,” said Fatih University Associate Professor Savaş Genç.
“Moving further along the EU path means further reforms, extending freedoms, improving democracy and ultimately giving up some of your sovereignty to Brussels, which Erdoğan is not willing to do. He dreams of a state that is structured more around intelligence-gathering, more based on the National Intelligence Organization [MİT],” he added.
And according to Mehmet Seyfettin Erol, head of Ankara’s International Strategic and Security Research Center (USGAM), the focus of Turkish foreign policy will be to increase its influence across the former Great Seljuk Empire, which controlled a region stretching from Central Asia to the Persian Gulf and Eastern Anatolia.



“Turkey will most likely turn its face to the area where the former Soviet republics are and the area towards the Great Wall of China. This is the geography of the Great Seljuk Empire, which includes Iran, Afghanistan and India,” Erol said.

The evidence to what we have been warning about for the last two decades is finally beginning to take shape. Erol pointed out that the appearance of Kyrgyz President Almazbek Atambayev from Central As
ia during President-elect Erdoğan’s victory speech on Aug. 10 is a sign of Turkey’s focus on the region.
In an unexpected move, Atambayev took the stage with Erdoğan as the Turkish president-elect was delivering his victory speech on Sunday. Speaking in Turkish, after congratulating Erdoğan, Atambayev said Turkey will be stronger under Erdoğan’s presidency.

 Another sign of the focus on this area will be Turkey’s decision on the Chinese missile issue.

 NATO member Turkey’s highly controversial talks with China over the acquisition of long-range missiles are expected to continue until the end of August.
We argued for two decades while our opponents agreed that for the European model to match such a Roman revival, Turkey MUST partner with Europe, yet Turkey as it seems is not joining Europe anytime soon but uniting to its former nations that were under Ottoman rule. This would be a divided Empire that will not unite, but cooperate as in the former days under a Caliphate that will stem from Turkey, not Rome.
Perhaps its time to use some wiser approach, that at times, the best logical approach to Prophecy should be to keep it kiss. One should ask themselves; while many pick on the Vatican, how often do you find people who want to mess with Islam? Doesn’t it seem to be an easier position to point the finger at Rome and Europe? Is the Pope going to cut off your head? Who has persecuted Christians in the past, Europe or Turkey? Standing against the Antichrist spirit is always risky. When you expose it, you risk death. Ask yourself, what would be the most uncomfortable thing to expose today, the European Union and the Catholic Church as the Antichrist and the Great Whore, or Islam centered in Mecca? One can expose the Catholic Church and the European Union until they are blue in the face, and no one will berate them. Islam on the other hand, is a very different matter.
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(1) For example on some of the older school prophecy students, Sir Robert Anderson asks: “It has been confidently urged by some that as the ten toes of Nebuchadnezzar’s image symbolized the ten kingdoms – five on either foot – five of these kingdoms must be developed in the East, and five in the West. The argument is plausible, and possibly just; but its chief force depends upon forgetting that in the prophet’s view the Levant and not the Adriatic, Jerusalem and not Rome, is the center of the world.”
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