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Spot on again, Deborah.

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Submitted by Martin Horan (United Kingdom), Jun 23, 2012 at 12:08

I'd like to think that the mentality of which I mentioned was arrived at mainly through indoctrination and environment--the usual excuses given by psychologists for despicable behaviour. However, I do have to accept, reluctantly, that the vicious mentality has a lot to do with bloodlines. It must be, if we consider the prophecy of Genesis 16:12.

We have seen that prophecy fulfilled many times throughout history--from ancient history to five minutes ago. (And Replacement "theologians" [heretics] like Desmond Tutu, Stephen Sizer and the like, who encourage Arab terrorism, deliberately refuse to see what Scripture clearly teaches.) Otherwise, why does God Himself tell us in His Word that it's Jacob He's loved and Esau He's hated [Malachi 1:1-2]?

I totally agree with you that the Moslems are ripe for the Madhi by their thinking patterns. However, whether he arrives or not is debatable. I don't see any Madhi prophesied in the Bible. He may be prophesied in Moslem writings but, as they contradict each other, I don't set any store by them. Islam could be the beast from the earth in Revelation (and I'm fairly certain it is) but it doesn't strike me that that beast is a man. I would think that it's a system. After all, Islam incorporates religion, culture and politics. It is a complete system.

I know that Christians like Walid Shoebat are convinced that the Madhi will be anti-Christ. (He gives some good arguments and is one of those Arabs of whom you refer that God has called. Mark Gabriel and his wife Brigitte are among others. All their books are worth reading.) But, personally, I think that if a Madhi does arrive on the scene he will have to be subject to the real anti-Christ who is not going to be anything like a Moslem.

That idea is merely ecumenical wishful thinking! (It's on a par with the Catholic Church doing away with Unam Sanctum via Vatican II. Pope John XXIII never made any such statement. As the present pope has shown, it was nothing but an ecumenist myth.) In fact, such a Madhi would fly in the face of every Moslem who believes in him. The very idea that he would want to get in bed with Christians, Jews and idolatrous pagans would be tantamount to blasphemy in Islamic eyes.

The Moslem idea of a Madhi is that of another Mohammad who will annihilate all infidels.

You are of course bang on target regarding the UN. Even atheist and agnostic groups are warning about the UN's intentions of setting up the New World Order. But we know from Bible prophecy that the New World Order is now inevitable and it's coming soon. Thanks for your thought-provoking comments.

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