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Iraq today is Prophet Jeremiah's Babylon: complete desolation

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Submitted by Jeff Ahrendt (United States), Jul 20, 2009 at 16:46

Jeremiah already predicted Iraq's future, and it ain't pretty. The invasion and capture by a "great nation and many kings" has already happened, the "punish(ment) of the arrogant one" was described to a 'T', and now we have just a short wait for the burning of the cities, the abandonment by the reconstructionists, the civil war with the Kurds, who slaughter Iraq's army and plunder her treasures.

Then it gets worse: a catastrophic flood event (see your own articles on the Mosul dam, and check the fault line under the Ataturk as well) that destroys the cities, and finally, an unending drought that desertifies the plain, leaving "the land of the Chaldeans" completely uninhabited, and uninhabitable.

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