Middle-East developments January 2013

Today, Debka file is reporting that Assad is no longer interested in dialogue with the rebels in Syria.

Bolstered by 16 Russian warships, Assad nixes dialogue with “Western puppets”

With the support of Russia and Iran, and recent victories against the rebels, Assad may feel that he is seeing light at the end of the tunnel. He should be careful, that light may be the headlight of an oncoming train, the Muslim Brotherhood chew-chew!

As I have previously noted, the next prophetic Middle East war, found in Psalm 83, will not include either Russia or Iran, but it will include Syria. This would indicate that something will change the direction of the Syrian government in the meantime. Either Assad will be convinced to join the Muslim Brotherhood in an attack on Israel, or he will be deposed, and his successors will do it.  I think he’s too smart to join them, which leaves only one alternative.

Russian Large landing ship Novocherkassk heads for Tartus

Assad has a lot of reasons to remain loyal to Russia and Iran. They have supported his regime through thick and thin, therefore it is my belief that he will no longer be in control when the Psalm 83 coalition attacks. A defeat of Assad by the rebels, with the support of the local Arab nations, and the west, would be the best guess as to why Russia and Iran will not be a part of the Psalm 83 war.

Regardless of what human governments do, the Word of God, the bible, is always the final word on all matters of faith, science, and politics!

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2 Responses to Middle-East developments January 2013

  1. Sheryl says:

    Hi Dan! NEWS! Jordan’s Abdullah confirms confederation on table
    DEBKAfile January 13, 2013, 1:03 PM (GMT+02:00)
    On Dec. 27, 2012, DEBKAfile revealed that aspects of a confederation between a Palestinian West Bank state and the Hashemite Kingdom were discussed in Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s recent conversation with Jordan’s King Abdullah in Amman, and had become a focal talking point in Amman, Washington and Palestinian centers.
    This was confirmed by King Abdullah in an interview published by the French paper Le Nouvel Observateur Sunday, Jan. 13 when he spoke of resumed peace negotiations on the Palestinian issue starting in Jordan next month after Israel’s elections. New ideas were in discussion between Jordan, France and other European powers, the king said. “We are obliged to show that negotiations produce better results than rockets and air attacks.”

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