05 uproot troublemakers

Ten Arab Nations
There are ten Arab Nations that influence the decision to enforce Israel's security:
1. Egypt
2. United Arab Emirates
3. Oman
4. Qatar
5. Saudi Arabia
6. Bahrain
7. Kuwait
8. Syria
9. Libya

Presently, the King has secured seven of their signatures on his peace covenant, with three abstentions: Syria, Libya, & Iraq.

The three abstainers have confirmed themselves as those that will not support the peace covenant and will have to be dealt with accordingly. The prophecy refers to this as three horns being 'plucked up by the roots'. [#7]

As the Peacemaker, Abdullah will single himself out as the broker of the covenant as well as the guarantor of the peace. And as a result of this guarantee the troublemakers will be uprooted. This will be accomplished by a coalition of forces led by the USA and Great Britain.

The Troublemakers
The three present day Arab leaders whose regimes will be 'uprooted' are:
1. Bashar Assad of Syria,
2. Muammar Gaddafi of Libya
3. Saddam Hussein of Iraq.

We all know that Saddam has been on a very short leash, and as of this writing his uprooting is eminent. And the same is true of the other two. Syria and Libya have been singled out by the United States as nations that support terrorism and have weapons of mass destruction; therefore, they will be 'uprooted'. [#8] [#9] [#10]

Footnote 7 [back to top]
Daniel 7:8
I considered the horns, and, behold, there came up among them another little horn, before whom there were three of the first horns plucked up by the roots: and, behold, in this horn were eyes like the eyes of a man, and a mouth speaking great things.

In this passage the 'little horn' is King Abdullah and the three horns that he is uprooting are: Syria, Libya and Iraq.

The use of the word "before" is very interesting here. It means: as a result of; to make room for. It's usage here means both. It is 'as a result of' his peace initiative that the troublemakers have to be uprooted, and in Saddam's case, it is 'to make room for' Abdullah to eventually move his throne to Baghdad.

Also, take note that the 'little horn' has a mouth speaking great things. This is confirmed in Abdullah as he speaks perfect English, having been educated in England and America. And it is with his command of the English language that he has been able to 'speak great things' in achieving the 'two basket' plan for peace.

Footnote 8 [back to top]

Sunday, November 11, 2001

King says new peace deal would guarantee Israel's security, integration, in return for Palestinian state

By Michael Binyon

Key Statement in the Article:
King Abdullah is understood to have canvassed the idea in the Gulf states, Saudi Arabia and several North African states. But the biggest barrier remains Syria, and those countries such as Iraq and Libya that have taken a consistently militant approach.

Footnote 9 [back to top]

Syria rejects US accusations it is trying to develop banned weapons

Friday-Saturday, January 10-11, 2003

DAMASCUS (AFP) - Syria's state-run media roundly rejected Thursday accusations by the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) that it was trying to develop a chemical and biological weapons arsenal.

"The accusations are totally unfounded. The US agencies involved are fabricating stories, drawing the consequences and then warning against eventual dangers," the official Tishrin newspaper said.

"The American administration wants to exaggerate matters concerning the Middle East to show that the security of the United States is really in danger," it added.

"It is seeking to smear all the Arabs through its campaign against Iraq and through accusations against Arab countries that they are trying to develop weapons of mass destruction."

The CIA said in a report made public Tuesday that Libya, Syria and possibly Sudan are quietly trying to acquire or expand secret weapons arsenals.

The report, submitted to Congress last month, said Syria was trying to acquire precursor materials and know-how for a chemical weapons programme, and that it was "highly probable" it was developing biological weapons.

Libya on Wednesday also denied the report, which included accusations that it was developing nuclear infrastructure and had tried to negotiate with Russia a deal to purchase a nuclear reactor and secure Moscow's assistance in developing the Tajura Nuclear Research Centre.

"These are allegations the CIA habitually puts out to serve interests hostile to the peoples" of other states, Libyan foreign ministry spokesman Hassouna Al Shawesh said, pointing out that Libya is a signatory of the nuclear non-proliferation treaty. Tishrin added that the Arab states fingered by the CIA "only seek to have defensive weapons, and it is out of the question to threaten American security."

Footnote 10 [back to top]

Arutz Sheva News Service

Libya And Syria Also Looking To Mass-Destroy

Thursday, Dec. 19, 2002

The United States has determined that Libya and Syria have accelerated
their weapons of mass destruction (WMD) programs. Middle East Newsline,
quoting U.S. officials, reports that Libya and Syria are developing
biological weapons, amassing chemical weapons, and are seeking to procure
missiles to deliver WMD warheads. U.S. Undersecretary of State John Bolton
told a conference on global terrorism in Washington that Libya and Syria
are second-tier countries of concern, and that topping the list of
countries being monitored by the U.S. are Iran, Iraq and North Korea.

Footnote 10...continued

In an updated story, the President of Syria has confirmed that his 'uprooting is imminent. This is occurring while the uprooting of Iraq is taking place.

Haaretz Service and Agencies

Assad: Syria fears becoming next coalition

By Daniel Sobelman, Haaretz Correspondent
March 27, 2003

Syrian President Bashar Assad was quoted in the Lebanese newspaper As-Safir Thursday as hinting that Syria expects to be the next target of coalition forces.

"We will not wait until we become the next target," Assad was quoted as saying, adding that the attack on Iraq is aimed at other countries as well.

Assad also called on other Arab nations to oppose the coalition forces and called Israel a threat to Syria, Israel Radio reported.

As long as the state of Israel exists, Assad was quoted as saying, Syria remains threatened. He also said there's no chance that U.S. President George W. Bush's road map would put an end to the Palestinian intifada.

In addition, Assad criticized Arab countries that are trying to stop the violence between Israel and the Palestinians, saying, "There are Arab nations that contribute to the suppression of the intifada even more than Israel itself does."

Assad said a long-promised "roadmap" for an Israeli-Palestinian peace would fail.

"It is like the Mitchell and Tenet plans. All of them are plans destined for failure because they do not meet the aspirations and restore the rights of the Palestinian people," Assad said, referring to earlier proposals to end the conflict proposed by former U.S. Senator George Mitchell and CIA Director George Tenet.

The road map, drawn up by international mediators of the
so-called quartet of the United Nations, the United States, Russia and the European Union, calls for the establishment of a Palestinian state alongside Israel in 2005.

Assad said Washington's attitude towards Syria, which it has long deemed a state sponsor of terrorism, was constantly shifting as its interests changed.

"The United States and Britain will not be able to control all of Iraq. There will be much tougher resistance," Assad said.

"But if the American-British designs succeed - and we hope they do not succeed and we doubt that they will succeed - there will be Arab popular resistance anyway, and this has begun."

Syria, a staunch opponent of the week-old war to topple Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, has roundly criticized other Arab leaders for failing to support its efforts to avert what Assad called "outright occupation and flagrant aggression."

Arabs, seething with anger over the U.S.-led attack on Iraq, have protested almost daily since the war began last Thursday.

Several demonstrations have turned on the embassies of some Gulf Arab countries such as Kuwait and Qatar, from which the U.S.-led war has partly been launched and run.

Syria, currently the only Arab member of the UN Security Council, has faced U.S. pressure to back down in its opposition to a war on its neighbor and economic partner.

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