Thursday, January 6, 2011

Binocular Snapshot for 1/06/2011

LastDayWatchers know this truth

"After US troops exit Iraq, the Iranians will be able to deploy their missiles and Hizballah's rockets in the bases the Americans leave behind in Iraq and point them at Israel, Jordan and Saudi Arabia"

The words contained in Hell & the Economy draw closer each passing day with 100% accuracy from the May 15th Prophecy written at LastDayWatchers


Late Addiction 

Ending Bush's big lie on Guantánamo

"The president now oversees a prison in which, despite the fact that over half the remaining prisoners have been cleared for release by his task force, cynical lawmakers, and the president's own failure of will, have made it increasingly difficult for him to release anyone"

Iraq: With Sadr Back In, Is U.S. On the Way Out?

"So, if there's to be any U.S. military presence beyond New Year's Eve, it will have to be democratically agreed to by the Iraqi parliament. And that's a decision in which Sadr himself will have a major say"


LastDayWatchers keep 2 things in mind the May 15th Prophecy pointed out to you 

#1 Iraq new government gives gives the final decision on all their political disputes to top Shi'ite clerics
see: http://infoofwisdombythemay15thprophecy.blogspot.com/2010/05/binocular-snapshot-for-5032010_05.html

So that you may know who really have more power Sadr or Maliki?

#2 "Much of the Sadrists' resolve to create an Islamic society, according to the lawmakers and aides, has to do with the movement's strong messianic convictions. In Shiite terms, this translates into making society sufficiently pure for the return of the so-called Hidden Imam, a descendant of Islam's Prophet Muhammad who disappeared as a child in the 9th century. Shiites believe he will return one day to bring justice to Earth."

"The hidden imam is our savior," said Amer al-Husseini, a cleric and a senior aide to al-Sadr in Baghdad. "We need to prepare for his return, both ideologically and practically."
See: http://lastdaywatchers.blogspot.com/2007_06_13_archive.html