Saturday, February 05, 2011
Sinai Gas Pipeline Blown Up
Just days after a leading member of the Muslim Brotherhood, the opposition party in Egypt, called for Egyptians to prepare for war with Israel, stating that the Suez Canal should be closed immediately, and that the flow of gas from Egypt to Israel should cease “in order to bring about the downfall of the Mubarak regime," saboteurs blew up the Sinai Gas Pipeline, which supplies about 40 percent of Israel’s gas and 80 percent of Jordan’s gas.
An explosive device was detonated inside the terminal, and the regional governor, Abdel Wahab Mabrouk, said he suspected sabotage. The Sinai Peninsula borders both Israel and the Gaza Strip, ruled by the Islamic militant Hamas, an offshoot of the Muslim Brotherhood.
And today, it is being reported that Iran is eagarly offering defense assistance to Lebanon, a puppet state for Iran run by Hizballah, saying Lebanon “needs military equipment to defend its borders against Israel.”
I’m praying for peace in Egypt where most of the turmoil and violence is taking place right now as well as the entire muslim world in the Middle East that many muslims will come to know their true saviour, Jesus Christ who loved them enough to die for them for the forgiveness of sins, and rose from the dead on the third day according to the Scriptures. But I am afraid that before peace can come to Egypt, Isaiah’s prophecy outlines a very disastrous, violent future for Egypt in the last days that will lead up to the coming of the Lord. All is not dark news for Egypt, though. At the end of Isaish’s prophecy, there is some very good news. You can read about it in Isaiah 19.
As we watch the changes throughout the world, remember that everything is being set for the return of the Lord. We could not ask for more!
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