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Earlier this week a Saudi political analyst told RT’s Arab networkthe kingdom has a nuclear weapon.

Dahham Al-‘Anzi made the claim while saying Saudi Arabia is engaged in an effort to “minimize the Iranian threat in the Levant and Syria.”

Although Saudi Arabia has officially denied it has a nuclear weapons program and has publicly stated it opposes nuclear weapons in the Middle East, it has funded a military nuclear program and received scientific assistance from the United States and Pakistan.

If you don’t want to believe him, perhaps you will believe the former director of the CIA counter-terrorism operations center.  He told Fox Business that everyone in the intelligence world knows the Saudis have nukes…


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I read about this a while back. It is MAD (Mutual Assured Destruction).  Just looking at the Middle East (excluding Russia and China's moves to claim land and sea that does not belong to them), I notice that Sunni and Shia blocks are forming in the Middle East.  Iran (Shia Islam) sees itself as a major player in the time of the end Islamic Prophesy (they want to invade Arabia....and also fight Israel) while Turkey (Sunni Islam - majority) and Saudi Arabia (Sunni) want to come out tops to declare a caliphate. Arabia is indiscriminately bombing Houthis (Shia Islam) in Yemen (it is a war going on). Turkey wants to turn back the time when they had the glorious caliphate.  (Russia is fighting with Assad because they have access to a port there - it is a strategic move for power in the area.)

Turkey's government  has become very totalitarian and force all children in school to learn Islam.  The freedom of religion (separation of state and religion) it previously had, is being eroded.  Turkey is secretly supporting the Sunni (ISIS) in the hope that this ideology can take over eventually (Russia has claimed this as well as the Kurdish fighters that are fighting ISIS - Islamic State).  Turkey is bombing Kurds indiscriminately because they want to hold onto this territory which the Kurds lost after the first world war.

Arabia (when it had all the 'oil' money) was so rich it was funding and exporting extremist Wahhabi /Salafi ideas throughout the world - Sunni fundamentalism which is the ISIS ideology. While they were partners with America this was going on.  So yes - we are definitely going see more problems in the Middles East. Pakistan is also very extremist regarding its brand of Islam and hates India.  In Cashmere there has already been several cross-border clashes.

In India a new brand of Hinduism is rising.  Politicized or Nationalistic Hinduism. The clashes we see now is due to the historical Hindu discrimination against the "untouchables" which is part of the caste system. Other lowly casts are unhappy about the affirmative action they are missing out on. Al Qaeda is also active in India.

So all in all - I see a picture of militant religion rising and great problems in the various religions as each religion will be identified by its intensely bad fruits.  They will be exposed as unjust, false, ungodly, racist, beastly and lovers of violence among many other nasty things.  The ideologies of these religions are unfit for building an equitable society where each human is respected for who they are in peace and unity.  I suspect that many Christians (American and Europeans) are also going to start spewing the same rhetoric as Trump and they will become more militant. I  do see the realities of an immense threat from Islam (and other militant religions) - but we will leave it in God's hands to resolve this problem when His time for it arrives. I just try to expose it whenever I can.

JWs know from prophesy that all religion (Babylon) will be hated by the political systems - they will turn against religion.  Most probably due to acts of violence as a direct result of their religion.  So all we can do is stay informed and stay neutral.  Of course we can use our field service to expose these religions as false and all the ideologies that are direct from Satan.... but unlike other religions - we trust in the only true God, Jehovah, to do judge and do our fighting when the time comes. We will not stand up against any government or join organizations which stand up against religion or injustice.  Our commission is to do the preaching work. How will they know it is Jehovah who is bringing the destruction on them if we did not do the job of telling them that it is Jehovah who is bringing it upon them?

It is interesting to see how Satan is being drawn out as if he has hooks in his jaw.... Despite themselves - these militant religious people say they want peace but their extremist ideas is leading them to Armageddon.   And it is their propaganda (like the 3 frogs mentioned in Revelation) that is leading them to it.     

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