Friday, February 18, 2011

Saudi Arabia Prince Talal Warns Of Harmful Effect To Saudi Arabia Sweeping Arab World

The Saudis are worried. Today, in The Australian, Saudi prince Talal warns of a harmful effect to Saudi Arabia that is  sweeping through the Middle East arab world. And the Saudis need to be concerned. Bible prophecy speaks of their future demise through God’s prophet Isaiah 21:13
“The burden upon Arabia. In the forest in Arabia shall ye lodge, O ye traveling companies of De-da-nim.." Sometime in the not too distant  future, Saudi Arabia will be overtaken by Iran, which is Elam, spoken of by God’s prophet Isaiah in the same chapter of  Isaiah 21.
God’s prophet Isaiah pictures the refugees after an attack on Arabia, who are thirsty and hungry when they fled from the swords and distress of war.

The prince said:

"Well, what is happening in this area surprised me frankly," Talal admitted.

"I did not expect it and nobody else expected what happened. That means any nation in this world, especially the Third World, could surprise with such uprising."
Prince Talal bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud told BBC Arabic that "anything could happen" if King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz did not proceed with a program of political transformation.
"King Abdullah ... is the only person who can carry out these reforms," the prince told the broadcaster.
Because of his involvement with the Free Princes Movement it is unlikely that Talal, a former ambassador to France, will ever become king.
Bahrain is the latest country to be consumed by crisis after the army deployed across the capital Manama yesterday and vowed "strict measures" to restore order after a police raid on anti-regime protesters killed three people.

Leaders throughout the Arab world are anxiously studying the spread of protests which have already unseated the presidents of Tunisia and Egypt.

God's prophet Isaiah, in Chapter 55:6 also urges
Seek ye the LORD while he may be found, call ye upon him while he is near:
If you do not know the Lord Jesus Christ, now is the time to call upon Him.  The Bible, God's true Word, is 100% accurate and everything written therein has come and will continue to come to pass just as written. 

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