Pope: “Muslim Terrorism Does Not Exist,” Goes Against Daniel’s Vision, Time Of The End, says Expert
Addressing the World Meetings of Popular Movements last Friday, Pope Francis denied the existence of Islamic terrorism, while simultaneously asserting that “the ecological crisis is real.”
“The crisis of global warming is laughable—NASA says earth’s temperatures have increased only half a degree Centigrade per decade since 1960,” says Dr. Richard Ruhling, author of The Alpha & Omega Bible Code, citing Google.
“But on the contrary, if you were a daughter or wife raped by a Muslim in Germany, would you not admit to terror in that experience? Thousands of women in countries invaded by radical Islam have had that experience, ignored by media (for fear?) but foretold by a vision that Gabriel said was ‘at the time of the end,’ in Daniel 8:17,” says Ruhling
Ruhling explains: The ram in Daniel 8 (the only book recommended by Christ when He was asked about the end of the world in Matthew 24) is by the River Ulai. Reference librarians say this is the Karun River emptying into the confluence of Tigris and Euphrates Rivers where US troops deployed after 9-11. Ruhling continues…
The ram is militant, pushing north (into Russia), south (into Africa) and west to Europe and North America. The horns on the ram are “the kings of Media and Persia,” but Persia is now Iran and Iraq is where the Medes were 2350 years ago when Alexander defeated them in the Battle of Arbela, 331 BC, foretold in Daniel 8:20,21, 200 years before it occurred, and 2500 years before “the time of the end” when we are seeing history repeat as foretold.
This militancy angers a goat that flies from the west and stomps the ram, breaking its horns. Alexander the Great didn’t have planes, and the goat is said to come from the face of the whole earth—the US coalition included troops from Canada, S. America, Bosnia, Korea, Australia—the whole earth. These aspects fit our time to show the double application, says Ruhling, citing http://IslamUSinProphecy.wordpress.com.