Iran, Isis, and the highest mountain in North America…is he ‘with’ them?

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Well, the current ‘president’ of the United States has renamed the highest mountain in North America. The ‘new’ name Denali (/dɨˈnɑːli/) or ‘the tall one’ was the name locals used before 1917.

So, we’re to believe this administration felt the need to redesignate Mount McKinley to what? A more specific name used by the locals which means ‘the tall one?’

Did you know that one of Mount McKinley’s faces is called Isis?
OK…are you a little freaked out now?

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Dinali is also the name of a former Persian governor of ‘Khurasan’ . Of course, ‘Persia’ is more precisely known as modern day Iran, but no one seems in the mood to revert to that name anytime soon.

Let’s extrapolate further by recalling two islamic prophecies –

1. “The hadith says … If you see the black banners coming from Khurasan, join that army, even if you have to crawl over ice; no power will be able to stop them. And they will finally reach Baitul Maqdis [Jerusalem], where they will erect their flags.”

2. …a “tall black man will assume the reins of government in the West.” Commanding “the strongest army on earth,” the new ruler in the West will carry “a clear sign” from the third imam, whose name was Hussein Ibn Ali. The tradition concludes: “Shiites should have no doubt that he is with us.”

Even after documenting these facts, most Americans would deny any subtle, if not overt intent on the part of the current ‘president’ to give a ‘wink and a nod’ to islamists.

However, you can be sure such acts do not go unnoticed in the Arab world.

All of it…the baby killing and distribution of body parts, the homosexual ‘marriage’ ruling, the persecution of Christians by our own federal government and the abandonment of Middle Eastern Christians while they’re forced to endure a genocide reminiscent of Nazi atrocities but even more brutal.

And now September ushers in the final phase of our Shemitah year.

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