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Saudi Fighter Returning From Syria Jihad: All The Factions Are Fighting One Another, Not The Regime


Sounds like the microcosm of a much larger battle that is brewing on the horizon …

Ezekiel 28:21, “‘I will call for a sword against Gog throughout all My mountains,’ says the Lord GOD. ‘Every man’s sword will be against his brother.'”

Zechariah 14:13, “It will come about in that day that a great panic from the LORD will fall on them; and they will seize one another’s hand, and the hand of one will be lifted against the hand of another.”

Suleiman Al-Subaie, Syria Jihadist, 3/5/2014: “… At first, we all concentrated on how to fend off the regime, and to bring an end to the injustice and massacres from which the Syria people suffer. But then all the discussions took a different direction. Recently, all the factions have begun to accuse one another of heresy. Each faction would accuse the other of heresy in order to fight it. The takfir [a Muslim declaring another Muslim an apostate/unbeliever/infidel] was also directed outside of Syria: They accused the Saudi rulers, some clerics, and rulers of other countries of heresy… After a while, there was another development. The ISIS organization and Jabhat Al-Nusra began fighting each other. There was also fighting between them and the other factions. The most disturbing thing was that Saudis were fighting Saudis, although, if you asked them, they would all tell you that they came to fight the regime… All the fighting takes place between the factions. The regime use to be the only target, but now there is no fighting against it. All the factions are fighting one another…” Watch video.

  1. 03/07/2014 at 6:16 AM

    The one thing that is sure to unify any Muslim is the killing of a Jew or a Christian.

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