Things are heating up in the Middle East. The United Nations estimated Wednesday that more than 60,000 people have been killed in Syria’s 21-month-old uprising against authoritarian rule, a toll one-third higher than what anti-regime activists had counted, according to the AP. The U.N. human rights chief called the toll “truly shocking.”
The Bible has a lot to say about the destruction of Damascus. Today we hear from Ryan Mauro, founder of WorldThreats.com, and Radical Islam.0rg. and an intelligence analyst with the Asymmetric Warfare and Intelligence Center. Ryan has done extensive research for the Reform Party of Syria, a group dedicated to bringing democracy to that country. In 2005, he published his first book, Death to America: The Unreported Battle of Iraq, about the conflict in the Middle East.
Ryan has appeared on dozens of radio and TV shows, including the Left’s Al Franken Show and the Right’s Laura Ingraham Show. He’s a frequent guest speaker at venues such as the prestigious Intelligence Summit, has broken front-page stories on Internet news Web sites, and has had articles widely published in media outlets such as Pajamas Media, FrontPage Magazine, and the peer-reviewed journal, Middle East Quarterly. Check out Ryan’s Blog.
This is what God revealed to the prophet Isaiah:
“This message came to me concerning Damascus: ‘Look, Damascus will disappear! It will become a heap of ruins. The cities of Aroer will be deserted. Sheep will graze in the streets and lie down unafraid. There will be no one to chase them away. The fortified cities of Israel will also be destroyed, and the power of Damascus will end. The few left in Aram will share the fate of Israel’s departed glory,’ says the Lord Almighty.” Isaiah 17:1-3
- Isaiah 17: Destruction of Damascus (Rapture Ready)
- Damascus countdown: Is Syria about to use weapons of mass destruction? Could this trigger Biblical prophecies? (flashtrafficblog.wordpress.com)
- Damascus countdown: 60,000+ slaughtered in Syria…key Syrian general defects….what does the future hold? (flashtrafficblog.wordpress.com)