Middle East: Blueprint for the Final Solution: The Coming Fall and Rise of Western Democracy
AuthorHouse, 2004 M05 14 - 724 pages
The Middle East conflict originated, literally, in the womb of a beautiful woman –Rebekah, Isaac’s wife. Her ‘struggling’ twins, from their mother’s womb, have often engaged in a love/hate embrace, scorching their lands with periodic eruptions of bloody conflicts. Their descendants, though gradually lost their identity, have spread their struggle for ‘the global inheritance’ into Europe, the Americas, and elsewhere.
The march of Islam, of Muhammad,“the man of the sword”; the present Jew/arab conflict; the Persian Gulf menace; fanatic Islamic world terrorism and their main target – the West – are a direct result of the twins’ struggle, which begun while in their mother’s womb.
Human history and its future can’t be fully comprehended without correct understanding of the roots and turbulent history of the struggling twins. You, the reader, are destined, regardless of your ethnic background and religion, to soon experience the final consequences and glorious triumph of this age-long bloody conflict.
Through the pages of this work the author takes you on a fascinating journey of the Biblical and historic records, which faithfully traced the stormy blazing trails of ‘the struggling twins,’from the inception of the conflict to its glorious ‘final solution.’
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At this point, the king of Moab, Balak, was alarmed by the possible destruction of his nation at the hand of Israel. He saw what Israel did to the mighty ...
King Ahasuerus, the ruler of 120 nation empire, had a great celebration. During this extravagant celebration, he ordered his queen to appear before him.
Esther, who may have been placed in advance by divine Providence in the king's court as his Queen, did help "turn the table" on Haman and his cohorts.
By the time the period of the Judges was over, Israel had her first king. He was chosen by God after Israel had demanded a king to lead them into battle.
He also took Agag, King of the Amalekites alive [the ancestor of Haman the Agagite], and utterly destroyed all the people with the edge of the sword.
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