Revelation 8:13

“As I watched, I heard an eagle that was flying in midair call out in a loud voice: “Woe! Woe! Woe to the inhabitants of the earth, because of the trumpet blasts about to be sounded by the other three angels!”


While Obama failed to protect Saudi Arabia today with his Veto, now Iranian government reveals that it plans to “utterly wipe Saudi Arabia out of existence”. Also learn about the Iranian Sejjil, a prophecy by Iran to destroy Mecca hidden in the tip of its favorite missile it designated for Mecca. So lets start”Iranian protesters demonstrate against Saudi-led strikes in Yemen outside the Saudi Arabian Embassy in Tehran

What circulates the Middle Eastern media has not yet been reported by western media. Special Adviser to the commander of the Iranian Armed Forces, Major General Hassan Firuz Abadi on Tuesday threatened to “erase Saudi Arabia and the Wahhabis from existence” if Riyadh committed “any stupid moves”.mecca1

The Iranian FARS news agency quoted Firuz Abadi as saying that:

“We’re not going to war against any Muslim country, but Saudi Arabia is an exception. If it commits any stupid move they’ll get a penalty, that is erasing Arabia and Wahhabism out of existence, and if the defense necessitated an attack, we will attack and if we attacked the enemy, it certainly will be a reply towhatever we consider an attack, but it will not be a pre-emptive attack”. (translated by


Fairuz Abadi

In other words, Iran is telling Saudi Arabia that they will attack even if unprovoked and that such an attack will not even have to be pre-emptive where Saudi Arabia must show real aggression towards Iran.

Abadi pointed out that “even the U.S. recently admitted, Iran has missile deterrent capabilities. World powers admits that Iran can accurately perform a missile attack.”

While Iranian forces are no match technologically for Riyadh’s lavishly equipped military, Iran’s air force is mostly comprised of obsolete airframes, Tehran can use what equipment and troops it does have in clever ways to offset that advantage.

Iran has a host of missiles at its disposal including the liquid-fueled Emad, which has a 1,000-mile range. It also has the Shahab family of ballistic missiles. The latest variant, the developmental Shabab-4, could have a range as great as 2,400 miles.

But the most capable Iranian missiles are the solid-fuel, two-stage road-mobile Sejjilseries ballistic missiles—which are very difficult to hunt down. They also have very quick reaction times.

“The Sejjil 3 would reportedly have three stages, a maximum range of 4,000 km, and a launch weight of 38,000 kg,” according to the Claremont & George C. Marshall Institute’s Missile Threat project.  Read More


Karbala, not Mecca is becoming Iran’s holiest place and a history lesson could help in understanding why this divide cannot be healed, even by the Antichrist himself.


It was in Karbala that al-Ḥusayn ibn ‘Alī ibn Abī Ṭālib was martyred and to Shiites, he is their Messiah. He is the son of Ali ibn Abi Ṭalib (fourth Rashidun Caliph of Sunni Islam, and first Imam of Shia Islam) and Fatimah Zahra, the daughter of Muhammad himself. Al-Husayn refused to pledge allegiance to Yazid I, the Umayyad caliph and at Karbala his caravan was intercepted by Yazid I‘s army. He was killed and beheaded in the Battle of Karbala in 680 (61 AH) along with most of his family and companions. The annual memorial for him, his family, his children and his companions is called Ashura (tenth day of Muharram) and is a day of mourning for Shiite Muslims. The killings at Karbala fueled the later Shiite movements. Anger at Husayn’s death was turned into a rallying cry that helped undermine and ultimately overthrow the Umayyad Caliphate.

Westerners should comprehend the significance of this divide on how Shiite messianism and near worship of Hussein whom they blame Arabia for, could appreciate a scene from Karbala as the grave of Hussein is paraded on Ashura where millions have their needles stuck at the time when Hussein was killed:


Shiite holy city of Karbala

Iran has  forbidden its citizens from practicing the Hajj to Mecca, one of the five pillars of Islam. Iran’s prohibition to  travel  to Islam’s holiest sites, Mecca and Media, confirms what we have been saying all along, that Iran will eventually abandon Mecca altogether. As it seems the Sunni-Shiite divide reveals a major schism between two Muslim holy cities,

Mecca on the one hand and Karbala on the other, an un-healable divide that Scriptures in Isaiah 21 predicts Iran will end up nuking Arabia.

The alleged abuse to the two teenagers comes amid increasing tensions between the two regional powers

Iran in order to divert attention from Mecca found the typical excuse that governments always do to spark a rivalry: they claimed that two teenaged boys were abused by Saudi airport officials while returning from a pilgrimage.

So Iran took this action regardless that in the incident, no abuse has happened, and the two policemen who allegedly attempted the abuse (which no one knows the details) were identified and detained by Saudi police. T

In the song, Hussein from his death supposedly cries out to all the Shiite pilgrims:

“You know me. I am the redeemer (Messiah) of the world. I register your names [in heaven]. Welcome my visitors. O you vist me. I make a covenant with you. You know me. I am the redeemer of the world. Your banners you carry comfort me. Your tears quenches my thirst … I will not abandon you on day of judgment.”


Mecca and The Seven Towers Of Light On Mount Babel

The Bible is also precise and pinpoints a geographic location for this “Babylon” as was predicted in Jeremiah 49:21, literally, “the Red Sea” which confirms Arabia’s destruction. This is also confirmed in Revelation 18 regarding the harlot city:

Hussein’s mother is as if she was Mary, a saint that can also see them and her son was martyred as Messiah.

To add more insult to injury, the bedrock of sectarian conflict has always been the matter of the Imamate–the question of legitimate authority in Islam. Sunni-Shi‘ite differences took the form of Ottoman-Safavid armed conflict, beginning in the sixteenth century. That was perhaps the most divided century in Islamic history, marked by great wars of religion between Sunnis and Shi‘ites. When the holy cities were under Sunni Ottoman rule, there were years in which the Ottomans denied entry to Shi‘ites coming from Safavid domains. The Safavids reacted by trying to discourage the pilgrimage to Mecca and emphasizing the importance of Shi‘ite shrines in their own domains. (3) A repeat of this is not unlikely given the current schism between Iran and Arabia escalating into a major conflict.

To Shia, Karbala supersedes Mecca. In the Shiite faith, there was a feud between the two cities. When Mecca felt haughty and arrogant that Allah warns her, he will toss the Ka’ba in hellfire and will utterly destroy her.