Who is “Mystery” Babylon?

Babylon the Great is mentioned frequently in the Bible, more than any other nation except Israel itself. Four chapters are devoted entirely to the subject with frequent references in many others. Revelations 17 and 18 as well as Jeremiah 50 and 51, and Isaiah 13, 14, and 47 all discuss it in detail. It is important to note that Jeremiah and Isaiah are talking about a future Babylon in those chapters. This is made clear as they reference her as the “Daughter of Babylon” as well as other descriptions that would not be accurate when referring to ancient Babylon. This extensive coverage through scripture provides us with a detailed description of Babylon the Great that we can analyze for clues to its identity. Note the similarity of the United States as recorded in the following prophecies……..

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Saudi cleric declares snowmen as being anti-Islamic

A prominent Saudi Arabian cleric has caused a stir by declaring the building of snowmen as anti-Islamic.



‘Europe is finished’: Terror expert on Islamic ‘no-go zones’

Fascinating interview about the rise of Islamic “No-Go Zones” inside European countries where non-Muslims, the police, and fire services are forbidden to enter and where Muslims have their own court system.

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Pakistani court upholds death sentence for Christian woman accused of insulting Islam

Asia Bibi was harvesting berries in Pakistan five years ago when she took the drink of water that could cost her her life.

A Christian in the Muslim-dominated and increasingly intolerant nation, the mother of five was quickly assailed by the other women working the field in a tiny village in the Punjab province. First they said they would not drink from the same water bucket as a Christian. Later, they told police Bibi had insulted the Muslim Prophet Mohammad. The crime, blasphemy, is punishable by death.



One of two Canadian soldiers hit by a car in Quebec driven by a “radicalized” Islamists has died of his injuries

The Associated Press, citing Quebec provincial police, reported that the soldier had died of his injuries early Tuesday after being struck by the car Monday. The soldier’s name has not been released at the request of his family.

The suspect in the attack, which took place in a mall parking lot near Montreal, has been identified as 25-year-old Martin Rouleau. Police fatally shot Rouleau after a car chase that ended with the suspect losing control of the car and rolling over several times in the town of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, about 25 miles southeast of Montreal.



Arab Terrorists Try to Burn Jews Alive in Jerusalem

‘Silent intifada’ spirals out of control; terrorists hurl firebombs at Jewish homes in dead of night to burn sleeping inhabitants.



City of Houston demands pastors turn over sermons

The city of Houston has issued subpoenas demanding a group of pastors turn over any sermons dealing with homosexuality, gender identity or Annise Parker, the city’s first openly lesbian mayor. And those ministers who fail to comply could be held in contempt of court.



Congressman: ‘At least 10 ISIS fighters’ caught trying to cross into US

A Republican congressman claimed Tuesday that “at least 10” Islamic State “fighters” have been caught trying to cross the U.S.-Mexico border into Texas, though an administration official denied it.

Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., said he learned the information from the Border Patrol, warning that the alleged attempts to cross into the U.S. raise serious security concerns.



71 people from hard-hit Ebola countries illegally enter U.S. this year

A CBP report published online earlier this week on Breitbart.com broke down where undocumented immigrants are coming from and, between January and July of this year, at least 71 people reportedly arrived from the three West African nations hit with the current Ebola outbreak.



Ebole deaths almost doubled in just 21 days

Ebola death toll reaches 2,288, says World Health Organization

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has killed 2,288 people, with half of them dying in the last three weeks, the World Health Organization (WHO) says.

It said that 47% of the deaths and 49% of the total 4,269 cases had come in the 21 days leading up to 6 September.

The health agency warned that thousands more cases could occur in Liberia, which has had the most fatalities.

The outbreak, which was first reported in Guinea in March this year, has also spread to Sierra Leone and Nigeria.