Final events unfolding in the Middle East that will soon lead to war

March 28, 2011TEHRAN – New evidence has emerged that the Iranian government sees the current unrest in the Middle East as a signal that the Mahdi–or Islamic messiah–is about to appear. CBN News has obtained a never-before-seen video produced by the Iranian regime that says all the signs are moving into place — and that Iran will soon help usher in the end times. While the revolutionary movements gripping the Middle East have created uncertainty throughout the region, the video shows that the Iranian regime believes the chaos is divine proof that their ultimate victory is at hand. The propaganda footage has reportedly been approved at the highest levels of the Iranian government. It’s called The Coming is Near and it describes current events in the Middle East as a prelude to the arrival of the mythical twelfth Imam or Mahdi — the messiah figure who Islamic scriptures say will lead the armies of Islam to victory over all non-Muslims in the last days. “This video has been produced by a group called the Conductors of the Coming, in connection with the Basiji — the Iranian paramilitary force, and in collaboration with the Iranian president’s office,” said Reza Kahlil, a former member of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards who shared the video with CBN News. Kahlili, author of the book, A Time to Betray, worked as a double agent for the CIA inside the Iranian regime. “Just a few weeks ago, Ahmadenijad’s office screened this movie with much excitement for the clerics,” Kahlili told CBN News. “The target audience is Muslims in the Middle East and around the world.” –CBN News
When we first reported this nearly a month ago, it was met with disbelief and disagreement by some but once again we’ve proven that we’re not just reporting today’s news headlines- we’re ahead of them. See our report on Iran here and reference your chapter of Iran: Tripwire to Armageddon in the book, The Extinction Protocol, page 75
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13 Responses to Final events unfolding in the Middle East that will soon lead to war

  1. Kelly says:

    I think this is extremely dangerous propaganda. There are a number of ways to look at this and none of them are good, as they all result in conflict. Lets face it, several countries have been looking for things to all fall into place so that there would be some justification for hitting Iran. Information such as this could easily be used to suggest that Iran is ramping up and consequently lead to a preemptive strike.

    Indeed, armed conflict with Iran will not be a cake walk, in and of itself. This will be especially true because you can be sure it will also involve simultaneously engaging with Hamas and Hezbollah. Syria is conveniently distracted at this point in time.

    I really didn’t like reading this.


    • The powers of this world will fight and kill to hold on to the old order. This should come as little surprise to any of us. This is a zero-sum game, with no winners, and we must look beyond the looming power struggles on Earth if we wish to arrive beyond its reach. If God is above, we must also arise above the conflicts in this world and “We must step back from the shadow of war and seek out the way of peace” as JFK said.


  2. Lisa says:

    Farrakahn said the same thing about it.


  3. Triaka Smith says:

    Science tells us that underlying what we know as “the world” is a field of pure consciousness, which means as our thoughts go, so goes the world. In other words, our minds create our reality, giving credence to Jesus’ mind-opener declaration “ye are gods”.

    With regard to prophecy, its time for a MASSIVE MIND MOBILIZATION to co-create “unconditional love, peace and harmony” for Heaven on Earth.


    • James says:

      In verse one Asaph declared that God judges among the gods. This word “gods” is the same Hebrew word used in verse six. Verses two through four inform us as to the identity of these gods whom God judges. They are none other than judges, or magistrates of the land. They were rulers who were perverting judgment through their office and authority. Because of this it is declared, “I have said, Ye are gods; and all of you are children of the most High. But ye shall die like men, and fall like one of the princes” (Psalm 82:6-7). The Lord had given these rulers their authority, but they abused it (Daniel 4:25, 30, 34-37; 5:18-22; Romans 13:1-4). As a result of their evil stewardship over the offices of God, the Lord said they would fall like one of the princes. In this passage, then, those who are called gods are human judges in the land of Israel

      The reason God called the judges “gods” was because of their strength and power of position, not because of any deity within them

      Now we will examine Jesus’ use of this verse in John 10:34. The event that prompted Jesus’ quotation of this verse was the Jews’ response to His claim of deity. Not only did He claim deity, but He claimed to be Yahweh Himself (Deuteronomy 6:4; John 10:30-33). The Jews did not understand Jesus’ statement, “I and my Father are one,” to mean that Jesus was in unity with God’s purpose. They understood Him to be claiming that He and God were one in essence and substance. To the Jews this was blasphemy.

      Jesus knew that it was His claim to be God Himself that infuriated the Jews enough to kill Him. If Jesus only meant that his oneness with the Father was of purpose, and not of essence, this would have been the perfect time to explain to the Jews that He was not claiming to be God, but merely a demigod, or second God sent from the Lord. Instead He quoted Psalm 82:6 saying, “Is it not written in your law, I said, Ye are gods? If he called them gods, unto whom the word of God came, and the scripture cannot be broken; Say ye of him, whom the Father hath sanctified, and sent into the world, Thou blasphemest; because I said, I am the Son of God?”.
      The point Jesus was making here was that since ” ‘the Scripture uses the word god as applied to magistrates, it settles the question that it is right to apply the term to those in office and authority. If applied to them, it may be to others in similar offices. It cannot, therefore, be blasphemy to use this word as applicable to a personage so much more exalted than mere magistrates as the Messiah.’ “2 If the magistrates could be called by the same word used for the true God because they were leaders to whom the word of God came (was entrusted), then Jesus should also be able to claim the title for Yahweh since He spoke the words of God. Jesus’ argument to the Jews was that if mere humans could carry the title of “gods” in the holy Scriptures, then they should not object to His claim either

      With this, I believe we might also view a touch of sarcasm in Jesus’ words. In a sense He said, “Why can’t I be God just because I’m a man. Even you’re own Scriptures declare men to be gods?” Jesus was not minimizing His identity to be something less than God, but seems to be mocking the Jews with their own Scriptures. The Jews continually came at Jesus with the Scriptures trying to destroy His claims, so Jesus used their own methods on them.


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  5. john says:

    I watched “Third Reich, the Rise” on the History Channel last night. They implied the turning point in the movement was the release of their propaganda film…that was the tipping point…you know the rest of the story.

    Thank you Alvin for sharing this with us, and even more so for articulating a stance of wisdom and peace. It is the only way. Peace to all.


  6. sam says:

    I think they need to read Ezekiel chapters 38 and 39 before they raise too much trouble….. especially with Israel.


  7. Sunnie says:

    ~it sends shivers down my spine~


  8. radiogirl says:

    I have a little insight in to how this all goes down……..I read The Book…….Thank You for the website…keep up The Good Work


  9. John Dyson says:
      The Avalon Project by Stanford University describes the Muslim protocols , which appears to be the counter offensive to the controversial Protocols of Zion. Another group that I met in 1996 , said they did not have enough time to take the gold out of Iran and were going back . Executive Intellingince Review ( EIR) December 1997, describes the grand plan for Eurasian Oil & Gas pipeline and control resources.

      Whatever the play, I agree a bumpy road ahead.


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