The rise of a radical-Islamic Iran combined with a growing authoritarian regime in Turkey that is now leaning away from NATO and toward Russia, and the renewed presence of Russia throughout the Middle East are all forces that are leading to an unlikely alliance between these three nations. The prospect of a Russian-Turkish-Iranian alliance is disturbing to the United States and Israel, because it only serves to reinforce the main sources of war and terrorism throughout the region. Other Middle Eastern countries are also unhappy at the prospects of this alliance, because it would solidify an ark of Shi’ite power extending from Iran through Iraq, Syria, and Turkey. These developments are happening to fulfill the alignment of nations predicted by the prophet Ezekiel for the End Times (see The Attack of Russia and The Real Russian Collusion for more information). Source: Jerusalem Post
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