Saudi Arabia Planning 600-Mile Wall Due To Threat Of Invasion By ISIS And Other Terror Groups
Even before it’s built, she already sees the writing on the wall …
- Flashback: Who Is Mystery Babylon?
- Flashback: Saudi Arabia – Terrified Of Its Coming Destruction
- Flashback: Iran: Saudi Arabia Is ‘The Enemy Of Islam’ And Must Be Destroyed
- Flashback: Saudi Prince’s Apocalyptic Warning: They’ll ‘Cut Off Our Heads In Streets’
- Flashback: Al Qaeda: Rise Against Saudi Arabia, ‘One Of The Worst Corrupt Governments’
- Flashback: ISIS Leader Calls Upon Muslims Around The World To ‘Erupt Volcanoes Of Jihad Everywhere, Light The Earth With Fire’
Isaiah 21:1-2, “An oracle concerning the Desert by the Sea: Like whirlwinds sweeping through the southland, an invader comes from the desert, from a land of terror. A dire vision has been shown to me: The traitor betrays, the looter takes loot. Elam, attack! Media, lay siege! I will bring to an end all the groaning she caused.”
Revelation 17:1, 16, “Then one of the seven angels who had the seven bowls came and talked with me, saying to me, ‘Come, I will show you the judgment of the great harlot who sits on many waters, with whom the kings of the earth committed fornication’ … the ten horns which you saw on the beast, these will hate the harlot, make her desolate and naked, eat her flesh and burn her with fire.”
By Damien Gayle, Mail Online – “The Saudi royal family are building a 600-mile barrier to fortify the northern frontier of their kingdom.
The fence and ditch, punctuated with radar surveillance towers, command centres and guard posts, aims to protect the Saudis’ oil-rich territory from invasion by the Islamic State insurgency.
Last week a suicide bombing and gun attack which killed two Saudi border guards and their commanding officer was styled by one analyst as the Islamic State’s first attack on the kingdom.
No group claimed responsibility for the assault in a remote desert area, but it happened just next to Iraq’s Anbar province where Islamic State militants are fighting Iraqi army forces.
Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al-Saud inaugurated the first phase of the border security project in September, soon after Islamic State’s Sunni insurgency swept across Iraq.
The multi-layered barrier, which will eventually stretch across the Saudi-Iraq border from Jordan to Kuwait, includes 78 monitoring towers, eight command centres, 10 mobile surveillance vehicles, 32 rapid-response centres, and three rapid intervention squads, reports Janes.com.
Citing a promotional video, the defence industry magazine reported the six-mile-deep barrier consists of a ditch, two fences and a patrol road connecting the watchtowers and guard rooms. The video included footage of thermal imagers and battlefield radar systems that can detect individuals at up to 12 miles away and vehicles at up to 24 miles away.
Islamic State sees Saudi Arabia’s links to the West as a betrayal of Islam and has called for ‘lone-wolf’ attacks …” Read more.