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Thursday, 28 July 2016

Sheikh Imran Hosein Discusses Gog, Magog and the End of History

A new video uploaded by Sheikh Imran Hosein. As the Sheikh points out, Christianity and Islam concur with each other on “the release of Gog and Magog upon the world,” as he refers to it. See my article, if you’ve not yet read it,  Gog, Magog and Skunkwater.Below is a brief excerpt:
Now the genealogy of Japheth comes out of the Book of Genesis, but let’s return—shall we?—to Book of Ezekiel and Gog and Magog. What the two words, Gog and Magog,could in essence be referring to—again keeping in mind the many names…Japheth, Gomer, Magog, Ashkenaz, etc.—is in essence a nation or tribe of people. Well, what do we know about this tribe? Not much, other than that they come from the north—but here again, that geographic reference is strongly emphasized by the prophet. The following comes from Ezekiel 39:2:
I will turn you around and drag you along. I will bring you from the far north and send you against the mountains of Israel.
Well, it can’t be much clearer than that, can it? Gog and Magog come from the far north.
Now Christian Zionists have traditionally viewed this as meaning Russia. That view was of course popular during the Cold War, especially with such noted Christian Zionist “thinkers” as Hal Lindsey—Russia and Red China, along with all the other evil hordes from the north and east, posed the greatest threat to Israel, and when the Gog/Magog invasion finally comes, and the Battle of Armageddon is finally fought, those surely are the forces that would be descending upon the poor, defenseless little Jewish state. This has been the thinking of Christian Zionists ever since the mid twentieth century.
But most Christian Zionists, I would dare say, have never heard of the Khazar Kingdom, or if they have, they’ve probably bought into the hasbara talking point that the Khazar ancestry of Ashkenazi Jews has been “debunked” or “discredited.” Au contraire. It has not. The works of Shlomo Sand, Arthur Koestler, and others who’ve researched the Khazar history have stood the test of time. Wikipedia has an article attempting to explode the “myth” and relegating it to “Internet anti-Semitic websites,” but as has been documented recently (herehere, and here), Wikipedia has become little more than an Israeli propaganda outlet—and the fact remains: the Khazar empire existed—it underwent a mass conversion to Judaism in the eighth or ninth century—and after the kingdom’s fall in the eleventh century many of these people migrated into eastern Europe.
In short, there has been an invasion of Israel, and it has come from the far north. It kinda boils down to who you gonna believe—Wikipedia or the prophet Ezekiel?
Readers might also be interested Sheikh Imran Hosein’s prediction of a civil war in Turkey which he issued in November of last year.

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