January 11, 2007

The Syrian Foreign Minister says peace in the Middle East is impossible in light of President Bush's announcement to send more troops into Iraq

Middle Eastern leaders listened to President Bush unveil his revised plan for Iraq, but one leader - Syrian Foreign Minister Farouk al Shara is saying that in light of the US President's announcement to send more troops into Iraq it will be impossible to achieve peace the Middle East.

A key goal of the Bush policy speech on Iraq was to encourage Iran and Syria to work towards stability in the region and the President made it clear to Iran and Syria the importance of playing constructive roles in the rebuilding of Iraq. The Iraqi PM Nouri al Maliki has assured President Bush that the Iraqi government will crack down on all insurgents and violence making no differentiation between the Shiites, the Sunnis, and any other type of illegal militia.

Jimmy's Prophetic Prospective on the News

Instability in Iraq is part of a scenario for this Middle Eastern state that is found in Bible prophecy, which also tells us there is a day of stability coming.

US President George W. Bush went before the nation to unveil his revised Iraqi policy that included taking responsibility for mistakes made over the last three years. As President Bush stated, there is no silver bullet for the solution for the conflict in Iraq; however, Mr. Bush says that the Maliki government is on board and both governments believe they must succeed. This instability in Iraq will stabilize according to Bible prophecy, but the end result is disastrous.

Iraq, which is biblical Babylon, has a prewritten history found in Bible prophecy recorded by the ancient Jewish prophets. Isaiah, Jeremiah, Micah, and the Apostle John reveal the End Times scenario for Iraq, which is biblical Babylon. Revelation 18 says that Iraq will be the worldwide headquarters for a one-world, economic, political, governmental system headed up by Antichrist. Micah says that Iraq will play a key role in the Last Days, that's Micah 4:9-10. Isaiah 13 and 14, Jeremiah 50 and 51, and Revelation 16 says that ultimately Babylon - modern day Iraq- will be destroyed.

There will be a temporary stability in Iraq before Bible prophecy is fulfilled.