Erdogan Just Entered The Temple Of Allah On Mount Babel Aspiring To Become “King Of Of Babylon”
By Walid Shoebat
Bab-Illah, literally means the Gate To Allah. Also Bab-Illah literally means Babel. This Bab-Illah is also a literal golden gate made of the purist of gold in the Kaaba at Mecca. This Ba-Illah was just opened for one man to enter this Tuesday. That man was none other than President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan of Turkey.
This should also ring a bell. The entry mimics when Christ enters the holy Golden Gates in Jerusalem. The Muslims have their temple in Arabia while God ordained the true temple in Jerusalem.
There will also be a greater skyscraper that will burn than the one burned up today in Dubai and there will be an Antichrist entering a temple called “Mystery Babylon” that will burn up as well.
But before this event happens, the world should focus, this week when the two golden gates opened up to receive one son of the devil, Erdogan.
Historically the two golden gates in the Kaaba were opened only seven times a year, and currently they are opened for purification only twice a year and twice a year for special royalties. It is opened once to wash it from the inside and another to change its dress. The Kaaba is treated as an effeminate object of veneration. The black silk covering etched with verses embroided with verses of the Quran, made of the purest silver and gold decorate the dress with names of blasphemy against the Son of God and the Trinity. On Tuesday not only was the golden gate of the Kaaba opened, but Erdogan was allowed entry inside the Kaaba itself where all Muslims direct their prayers and worship towards.
The Muslim world was excited about the event to the point that Egyptian media as well as Yeni Safak, the official newspaper and the mouthpiece of Erdogan, titled the event as “The Gates of The Kaaba, Opened Up For The Sake Of Erdogan“.
Even Muhammad (in mimicking Ezekiel 44:2 that no one enters the eastern gate preserved for the Prince Messiah) the prophet of Islam discouraged opening the gates allowing anyone to enter.
Yet the order to open Bab-Illah for Erdogan and his delegation came directly from the top, the servant of the two holy places (Mecca and Medina), King Salman bin Abdul Aziz, when Erdogan officially visited for the bilateral talks with King Salman.
Bab-Illah is the crucial part when one enters the Kaaba and inside, according to the rules set by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, it is the gate (Bab-Illah) that one bows and directs his prayers and worship to Allah once inside.
Erdogan was the third Turkish President to enter the Kaaba after Kenan Evren (1980-1989) and Turgut Özal (1989-1993), who were able to enter the Kaaba.
IS THIS THE ANTICHRIST ENTERING THE TEMPLE OF GOD?
Well this depends on which verse is being discussed and we need to be open here, wait and see. “He as God sits in the temple of God, showing himself that he is God” in 2 Thessalonians 2 does not specify Jerusalem. However, Jerusalem cannot be discounted either. Yet in Daniel 11 we have a place that is not necessarily holy which Antichrist sets up his palace. For example, the Antichrist sets camp, tabernacle or his palace “between the seas and the glorious holy mountain” (Daniel 11:44-45):
But news from the east and the north shall trouble him; therefore he shall go out with great fury to destroy and annihilate many. And he shall plant the tents of his palace between the seas and the glorious holy mountain; yet he shall come to his end, and no one will help him.
And after this setup on this “holy mountain” Antichrist is destroyed, most likely by China (east) and Russia (north).
The question is: is this “holy mountain” God’s true holy mountain in Jerusalem or is it intended as the mountain of God according to Antichrist.
If the latter is correct, today we have Mount Babel (more on that later) overlooking Mecca. And here we must be open to all sorts of locations. Many scholars tend to allude that this “holy mountain” is not holy from God’s perspective but from a pagan perspective. According to Barnes’ Notes:
“What is here stated was to occur after the rumour from the east and the north Daniel 11:44 … It would not be long before his “end,” – before the close of the series, and would be connected with that; or would be the place where that would occur … that it would be held as sacred or holy – קדשׁ qôdesh – that is,as sacred to religion, or regarded as a holy place, or a place of worship …it is true that this language might be applied to Mount Sion, for that was a mountain; it was distinguished for beauty, or was so regarded by those who dwelt there (compare Psalm 48:2); and it was holy, as being the place where the worship of God was celebrated. But it is also true, that, so far as the language is concerned, it might be applied to any other mountain or mountainous region that was distinguished for beauty, and that was regarded as sacred, or in any way consecrated to religion. I see no objection, therefore, to the supposition, that this may be understood of some mountain or elevated spot which was held as sacred to religion, or where a temple was reared for worship, and hence, it may have referred to some mountain, in the vicinity ofsome temple dedicated to idol worship, where Antiochus would pitch his tent for the purpose of rapine and plunder”
There are other possibilities. Erdogan’s palace is in Ankara and “The two seas” is also central in Muslim Ottoman hegemony and in Ankara where Erdogan’s palace resides, it is between the two major seas: the Black Sea and the Mediterranean Sea.
An Ottoman sultan is addressed as such in prayer: “O God, assist the Sultan, son of the Sultan, Sovereign of the Two Continents, of the Two Seas, Destroyer of Two Armies, Sultan of the Two Iraqs, Servant of the Two Sanctuaries” (Ibn Iyas, 195-1960).Muhammad II was “Sovereign of the Two Seas, the Black Sea and the Mediterranean“.
“When Mehmed the Conqueror died in 886/1481 at the age of forty- nine, the expeditions in Egypt, Italy and the Mediterranean were left unfinished. He had fought the ghaya war without a break, to a degree that even a contemporary historian found excessive; as he claimed, he had become, within a space of thirty years, the master of two seas and two continents, and had laid the foundations of Ottoman rule in Anatolia and the Balkans, which were to remain unshaken for four centuries. We also have “Mecca, the Holy City with its Haram, the sacred precinct, and its Ka’ba, the temple; and ‘Arafat, the Holy Mountain of the pilgrimage.”
There could also be another palace in Istanbul between the two seas (Marmara and the Black Sea) and Hagia Sophia …Two seas could also allude to the canal cut by Xerxes through Mt. Athos, connecting the peninsula with Chalcidice. And it could also be between the Temple Mount and the Dead and Mediterranean seas. The verses are vague enough perhaps for a reason that only God knows.
Antiochus also fulfilled the “between the seas” verse: “Any one has only to look on a map of the Eastern hemisphere to see that the ancient Persepolis, the capital of Persia, where the rumour of the success of the Jews reached him which induced him to return, is “between the seas” – the Caspian Sea and the Persian Gulf – lying not far from midway between the two … it is not unlikely that a temple would be raised on a mountain or elevated place, for this was the almost universal custom among the ancients, and it may be assumed as not improbable, that the temple of Diana, at Elymais, or Persepolis, which Antiochus robbed, and where he “pitched his tent,” was on such a place.”
Some translations render the verse “And he shall fix his tabernacle, Apadno, between the seas, upon a glorious and holy mountain”. Some take the word אפדנו, “Apadno”, translated “palace”, for the proper name of a place, Theodoret takes it to be a place near Jerusalem; and Jerom says it was near Nicopolis, which was formerly called Emmaus; where the mountainous parts of Judea begin to rise, and lay between the Dead sea on the east, and the great sea on the west, where he supposes antichrist will pitch his tent. George Haydock’s Commentary says: “Apadno. Some take it for the proper name of a place; others, from the Hebrew translate it, his palace.(Challoner) — He fixed his royal tent between the Mediterranean and the Dead Sea. (Worthington) —Porphyrius explains this of the march beyond the Euphrates, which
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