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Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir: ‘Israel Is Our Enemy, Our Number One Enemy’

Last week, Iranian warships were reportedly docked in Port Sudan to meet with Sudanese navy commanders. The fact that Turkey has already been installing new military technology in their planes and warships that will allow them to target Israel as an enemy, and knowing that Libya is well on its way to becoming a full fledged anti-Israel Islamist nation leads me to one conclusion: Preparations for the Gog of Magog battle are already in full swing …

Ezekiel 38:3-5a, “… This is what the Sovereign LORD says: I am against you, O Gog, chief prince of Meshech and Tubal [Turkey]. I will turn you around, put hooks in your jaws and bring you out with your whole army–your horses, your horsemen fully armed, and a great horde with large and small shields, all of them brandishing their swords. Persia [Iran], Cush [Sudan] and Put [Libya] will be with them …”

By Gil Ronen, INN – “Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir appeared on television Thursday after a minor operation, calling Israel “enemy number one” in a return to his typical fiery rhetoric.

AFP said he was ‘tired but healthy-looking.’

Bashir, 68, spoke standing at a lectern for about 15 minutes in what government-owned Blue Nile TV said was a broadcast recorded earlier in the day at Sudan’s embassy in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

The president left hospital in the Saudi kingdom on Wednesday and was recovering there after a ‘successful small surgery,’ his second in less than four months. The operation followed a normal medical check connected to an infection in his vocal cords, official media reported.

‘Israel is our enemy, our number one enemy, and we will continue calling Israel our enemy,’ he said in a voice which sounded normal, according to AFP.

The comments were his first about Israel since Khartoum accused the Jewish state of sending four radar-evading aircraft to strike the Yarmouk military factory in the heart of Khartoum at midnight on October 23.” Read more.

Flashback: North Sudan: Israel Is A ‘Legitimate Target’ Now, ‘We Have To Reply … We Know How To Retaliate’ – “Sudan’s Information Minister, Ahmed Bilal Osman, has warned that his country would take ‘resolute steps’ against Israeli interests following the bombing of an ammunitions factory in Sudan’s capital, Khartoum. Osman told the BBC that his country now sees Israeli interests as legitimate targets for attack. He said that Sudan possesses proof that Israel is behind the attack on the Yarmouk weapons factory, and said that experts who combed the location of the blast sound evidence that Israeli arms were used to destroy it.” Read more.

Flashback: Iranian Warships Dock At Sudan, Iranian Commanders To Meet With Sudanese Military Commanders – “Two Iranian warships docked in Sudan on Monday, Iran’s official IRNA news agency reported, less than a week after Khartoum accused Israel of attacking an arms factory in the Sudanese capital…  IRNA said the helicopter carrier Khark and the destroyer Shahid Naqdi were carrying ‘the message of peace and friendship to neighbouring countries …’. Iran’s semi-official Fars news agency said the vessels docked in Port Sudan on the Red Sea and the fleet’s commanders were scheduled to meet Sudanese navy commanders.” Read more.

Flashback: Turkey Installing New Military Tech That Will Allow Warplanes and Ships to Target Israel as the Enemy – “In yet another sign of the deterioration in Israel-Turkish ties, Turkey’s Star Gazete reported Tuesday that the military is installing new technology that will allow warplanes and ships to target Israeli vessels. Previously, Turkish planes, ships and submarines used American technology, which automatically classified Israeli equipment as ‘friendly.’ The new system, developed in Turkey, will allow the Turkish military to decide which targets to label as friendly.” Read more.

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