Gog, Magog, and Skunk Water

Gog from the land of Magog (Ezekiel 38 and 39.) This was always the conception of the Christian Zionist movement, namely that Gog was a leader from the North (Russia.) On a future date, Russia will invade the tiny nation of Israel in the Middle East, they claim. But the reality is very different from what we think that it is; the truth is: Gog has already arrived and dwells today in Israel! The invasion took place in 1947-48; on May 14, 1948, Israel became a state. Now, that what was (and still is) considered as a fulfillment of the old prophecies in Ezekiel 38 and 39, is true. but in a completely different way than the Christian Zionist movement thinks that it is! It is the Palestinians who are the true Jews! And Gog who has already conquered Israel (Palestine, in fact!), is oppressing the Palestinian Jews to this day. And Gog is no one less than the Synagogue of Satan; they pose as Jews but aren’t. Now, here is a dire warning to all Christian Zionists: Stop with denouncing and condemning the Palestinian Jews and don’t support Gog anymore; because you ought to know: He who touches the Palestinian Jews, touches the apple of God’s eye!!!

Fig Trees and Vineyards

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By Richard Edmondson

Over the past weekend I posted an article about an attack upon the home of an elderly Palestinian woman by Israeli forces who employed a skunk water cannon upon her. Rubhiya Abd al-Rahman Darwish, 75, (photo below) was resting upon her couch when a high-pressure blast of the foul-smelling stuff came bursting through her window, drenching the inside of her house in stink and putridity.

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