The ISIS hunters have performed more of YHVH’s end time work in the last 2 weeks starting with the attack in London.
Jer 16:14 Therefore, behold, the days come, saith the LORD, that it shall no more be said, The LORD liveth, that brought up the children of Israel out of the land of Egypt;
Jer 16:15 But, The LORD liveth, that brought up the children of Israel from the land of the north, and from all the lands whither he had driven them: and I will bring them again into their land that I gave unto their fathers.
Jer 16:16 Behold, I will send for many fishers, saith the LORD, and they shall fish them; and after will I send for many hunters, and they shall hunt them from every mountain, and from every hill, and out of the holes of the rocks.
ISIS jihadists carried out 16 attacks in 12 days starting on May 26, the start of the month of Ramadan. The attacks have left at least 123 people dead. Chris Philips, former Director of the National Counter Terrorism Security Office in Britain, said, “ISIS positively encourage followers to concentrate their efforts during [Ramadan]. And with 17 days of Ramadan remaining, the terrorism issue has only just begun.”
ISIS’s attacks, starting in France, have to do with the lost tribes of Jacob. The tribe of Reuben has been traced to the area in and around France’s borders. But since no one knows who is Reuben and who is not, and because there is a heavy Jewish population in France, ISIS began there. ISIS is expanding its operations to include areas where other lost tribes are known to have gone. These areas include all of the Westernized nations such as Europe, North and South America, Australia, New Zealand and many other areas.
ISIS is Amalek, the arch enemy of Israel and the one descendant of Esau who emulates his hatred of Jacob the most.
ISIS has taken responsibility for the attack at the London Bridge. “The Islamic State’s official Amaq News Agency posted a message on Sunday claiming that Saturday’s vehicle and stabbing attack was carried out by ISIS fighters.
“Security source to ‘Amaq Agency: A detachment of Islamic State fighters carried out the London attacks yesterday,” the message read.
Counterterrorism sources there say there is evidence that the three terrorists who carried out the attack might have been waiting to strike for several months.
The trigger may have been a message posted by ISIS on Saturday that called on followers to use vehicles, guns and knives to “kill the civilians of the crusaders” during the month of Ramadan.
Twelve people have been arrested. Many of them are connected to the dead terrorists, one of which wore a fake bomb vest during the attack. It was a strategy likely intended not only to cause panic but also to guarantee a police response that would lead to martyrdom.”
British intelligence is watching 3,000 terrorists, 500 of which are being actively investigated. British police say they are overwhelmed with the number of terrorists now stationed in the UK. Overwhelming their target is the primary tactic of ISIS jihadists.
“So far, investigators do not see a connection between this attack and the vehicle attack in March on the Westminster bridge in London or the bomb attack two weeks ago in Manchester, but this cluster of seemingly independents suggests a broader movement that has been building for some time.
“It tell us that this wave out there is beginning to break against Britain,” Clarke said, “and that we’ve probably got to be prepared for more.””
However, “ISIS vowed that the Manchester attack is a harbinger of what’s to come as Islamic State territory falls in Iraq and Syria and the terror group continues to “shift its focus towards carrying out attacks on Crusader soil.””
ISIS asserted that the Manchester attack “seemed to confirm what so many analysts had been asserting for some time now: that with the loss of territory in Iraq and Sham, the Islamic State would shift its focus towards carrying out attacks on Crusader soil.”
ISIS will not simply stop operations because of losses in the Middle East. They will simply split into small enclaves and move operations to Western capitals all over the world.
The family of Esau, the Edomites, have the longest memory in human history. They have not forgotten the loss of their firstborn birthright and blessing and they also still recall the Crusades. The Crusades was a war launched against them by the Christian Europeans, many of whom are the descendants of Jacob, for control of Jerusalem.
EVIDENCE has emerged Islamic State is attempting to create a caliphate in the Philippines. A seized mobile phone revealed a plot to overrun a Philippine city with foreign fighters in the same way ISIS overran Iraq and Syria.
Late last month, the southern Filipino island of Mindanao was placed under martial law after deadly clashes between the military and militants largely from the violent Abu Sayyaf terrorist group. But the government has now confirmed the assault was designed to create an actual Islamic State caliphate, with a seized mobile phone revealing a videoed plot to take over a major city and build a power base in much the same way Islamic State did in Mosul in Iraq and Raqqa in Syria.
Marawi, Philippines, was to be the centre of Islamic State’s regional base. Clashes continue there. In the past two weeks, 180 people have been killed in Marawi including foreign Islamic State fighters from Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Chechnya and Yemen. Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has already warned that The Philippines was likely to be the stage for an Islamic State caliphate with many battled-hardened Islamic State fighters fleeing the Middle East to lead training camps in the restive Filipino south.
“The Islamist militants holed up in the southern Philippines town of Marawi have been reduced to a “small resistance” after troops crippled their logistics and some fighters have fled from the battle, military officials said on Thursday. But, after more than two weeks of bloodshed, brutality and the creeping danger of starvation, Marawi remains a city under siege.
The militants had long prepared for this fight by stockpiling supplies and weapons in mosques, schools and other civilian sites, as well as in a network of tunnels.
“There are underground tunnels and basements that even a 500-pounder [bomb] cannot destroy,” another general, Carlito Galvez, said at a news conference Monday. “Even if they fight two months, they will not starve here.””
Former Marawi City mayor Fahad Salic was arrested last night in Cagayan de Oro City reportedly due to rebellion in connection with the Maute siege of Marawi.
On June 7, 2017, “ISIS claimed responsibility for a pair of Wednesday attacks in Tehran in which suicide bombers and teams of gunmen stormed Iran’s parliament and the nearby shrine of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, killing at least 12 and injuring dozens of others.
This is the first attack orchestrated by ISIS in the Islamic Republic. In a rare and stunning move, ISIS released video from inside the parliament building while the attack was under way. The video, circulated online, shows a gunman and a bloody, lifeless body of a man lying on the ground next to a desk. A voice on the video praises God and says in Arabic: “Do you think we will leave? We will remain, God willing.” Another voice repeats the same words. The two appeared to be parroting a slogan used by IS spokesman Abu Mohammad al-Adnani, who was killed in Syria last year.”
The attackers who stormed Tehran’s parliament complex and the revolutionary leader’s shrine on Wednesday were Iranian nationals who had joined the ISIS, a top official said.
ISIS jihadis are Sunni muslims seeking to end the 1400-year-old dispute over Mohammed’s succession with the Shi’ite nations still in existence: Iran, Iraq and Syria.
This attack by ISIS on Iran’s capital could be a further push toward war between Iran and Saudi Arabia, the Book of Daniel’s Kings of the North and South.
“Iran and Saudi Arabia have long been accusing one another of fueling ISIS.
For the Iranians, ISIS is a byproduct of Saudi Wahhabist ideology and Saudi financing. To the Saudis, ISIS is a byproduct of Iranian support for Bashar al-Assad in Syria and Shia militias in Iraq which are killing Sunnis en masse.
In theory, these two countries actually have a mutual adversary in ISIS. But what Iran has been doing is blending Saudi Arabia and ISIS as being the same enemy.”
In fact, ISIS was created by the CIA under the Obama administration. The United States funds Saudi Arabia through oil and military agreements. The way Iran thinks, the US, Saudi Arabia and ISIS are all connected.
As ISIS retreats in Syria, the US and Iran are scrambling for control, a situation that could escalate into war between Russia-backed Iran and US-backed Saudi Arabia. It would begin in the Middle East, but end with war worldwide.
“Both US- and Iran-backed forces are locked in a race to take Islamic State strongholds in southeastern Syria and seize a stretch of land that will either cement Tehran’s regional ambitions or stifle them.
The scramble for pole position in Deir al-Zour province is likely to be one of the most consequential fights against the extremist group in Syria. U.S.-backed forces launched an offensive this week to push the Islamic State out of its self-proclaimed capital of Raqqa. But there are signs that the battle that follows, in the eastern province of Deir al-Zour, will be tougher still, and have greater consequences for the group’s long-term survival as a force holding significant territory.
Experts say the Islamic State has moved senior leaders into Deir al-Zour, along with a growing number of foot soldiers as it loses control of Mosul, the group’s “capital” in Iraq, and internationally backed forces move in on Raqqa. Located between Raqqa and the Iraqi border, the city of Deir al-Zour is the largest urban center in eastern Syria. To the south, Syrian and Iran-backed forces are moving in on several fronts, as the United States supports its own coalition of rebel groups to get to the province first.
A direct conflict could break out between US and Iranian forces.
Victory for the Iran-backed force would give Tehran control of a large swath of the Syrian-Iraqi border, securing a land route through Iraq and across southern Syria to its proxy, Hezbollah, in Lebanon”, and cementing its role as the Biblical end time King of the North.
On Tuesday, the United States clashed directly with Iranian proxies for the second time in a month, bombing pro-government militia members advancing on an outpost used by U.S. Special Forces near Syria’s southeastern border with Iraq. To reach the province, both sides are moving through Syria’s vast southern desert as they head for the Islamic State-held town of Bukamal, the first in a series of towns they must take in the push north to Deir al-Zour.
The race began last month after Russia, Turkey and Iran agreed to a cease-fire across parts of western Syria. Rebel commanders and Western diplomats say the deal was intended to help the Syrian government and its allies concentrate resources in the east as they struggled to hold ground on multiple fronts. The retaking of the oil-rich Deir al-Zour region would diminish the government’s economic dependence on Iran and Russia, which have bankrolled its fight against the armed rebellion that began in 2011.
The U.S. military said last week that it had bolstered its “combat power” in southern Syria, warning that it viewed Iranian-backed fighters in the area as a threat to nearby coalition troops fighting the Islamic State.
As Iraqi security forces fought pitched battles against Islamic State militants in Mosul in recent months, an array of Iran-backed and largely Shiite paramilitary groups have steadily pushed through the desert west of the city, reaching the Syrian border last week.
Militia leaders said they aimed to move south along the border and retake the main crossing points into Syria.
ISIS IN THE WEST
With all of its activities in London, Tehran and Syria, ISIS is moving against the West and Israel.
After its most recent string of violence, ISIS has called on its main propaganda channels for additional attacks in the US and throughout the rest of the world.
A message surfaced on ISIS’ messaging app, Telegram, only hours after Wednesday’s deadly attack in Tehran urging Muslims worldwide to “get far away from the gathering places of the Crusaders […] the Military places, from their markets…” The message continued, “These places are targets,” the message stated, adding that the “soldiers of the Caliphate will explode, run over people by vehicle and cut off their necks.”
The Telegram App has thousands of followers. Another message was directed to the “Crusaders” saying: “These almost daily attacks in your homelands are just the beginning […] thousands of lonely lions has been prepared in your countries,” the message stated. It concluded: “[…] wait for the attacks, and we wait too.””
In fact, ISIS claimed responsibility on Tuesday for a shootout in Melbourne, Australia, that killed one person the day before.
A man attacked a policeman with a hammer outside the famous Notre Dame cathedral in Paris on Tuesday. He had pledged allegiance to the Islamic State militant group (ISIS), according to a video he had left in his apartment before the attack.
France remains in a state of emergency after a series of deadly attacks by jihadis across the country since January 2015.
The US will be the last battleground attacked by ISIS Jihadis because the US is deemed to be its biggest prize. Jihadis worldwide call the US ‘big Satan’ and Israel ‘little Satan’. So, keep your senses about you and your eyes and ears open for what will come. Even though it may not come this year, ISIS has operatives inside the borders of the United States and that mainland will be attacked by the Islamic State.
The stunning operations of ISIS terrorists in 2017 measure up to their beginnings in 2014.
And now, ISIS terrorists are locked in what Israeli military officials described as an “ongoing war” along Sinai Peninsula, as they attempt to wrench control of the key territory along Israel’s southern border from Egyptian hands.
Israeli military forces are quietly conducting operations to counter the threat of Islamic State terrorists along the Sinai border area with Egypt, according to senior Israeli defense officials who described ISIS as the “most quickly advanced threat we’ve ever had. “The rate with which they advance in resources and both capabilities and civil military training far outweighs and outpaces” the threats posed by Hamas and Hezbollah terrorists in Lebanon.”
“There is what can be considered an ongoing almost war in the Sinai Peninsula now,” said the officer, who was not authorized to speak on record when discussing Israeli operations to counter ISIS.
“Not a day goes by where there is not an attack against the Egyptian army or Egyptian civilians by the faction of ISIS that is in the Sinai Peninsula,” the official disclosed.
ISIS conducts anywhere from five to seven terror attacks per week in the region, including sniper attacks, road side mine attacks on Egyptian military convoys, and improvised explosive device (IED) attacks, the official said.
ISIS terrorists in Sinai also are in possession of advanced military technology, such as anti-tank missiles, mortars, and long-range rockets, according to Israeli assessments.
“We’re talking about 10 casualties a week” as a result of ISIS, according to the Israeli military official.
One senior Trump administration official praised Israel’s efforts to combat ISIS, [saying] that the president is encouraged by the Jewish state’s renewed efforts to work with Egypt and other Arab nations that often have had chilly relations with Israel.
“Of course, it benefits the United States when our close partners and allies like Israel increase their capacity to defeat ISIS—but Israel’s long experience combatting terrorism is also one of the things that is bringing Israel closer to our Arab friends in the region,” said the administration official. “That was one of the key messages from President Trump’s recent trip.”
ISIS is a threat throughout the region. At present, ISIS sits on Israel’s northern and southern borders, but it does not pose as big a strategic threat to Israel through Golan, as it does from Egypt. But ISIS is a threat to Jordan, whose leadership the terror group wants to topple. Since Jordan sits on Israel’s eastern border, ISIS would become an enormous threat to Israel if it did indeed manage to conquer Jordan. Thus, there will be military cooperation between Israel and Jordan when it comes to ISIS.
In a report by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights on June 7, 2017, ‘unidentified’ aircraft attacked ISIS forces near the Syrian-Jordanian-Israeli border. Opposition forces attributed the strike to the international coalition against ISIS, but some say Israel may be behind it.
The attacks were directed against the ISIS branch in the Golan, the Khalid ibn al-Walid Army, and at least 12 members of the organization were killed and many were injured. In addition, it was claimed that the focus of the attacks was the village of al-Jamala and areas close to it in the Yarmouk basin.
There has been no confirmation so far for the reports— not from the international coalition against ISIS, not from Jordan, and not from the Khalid ibn al-Walid Army.