July 19, 2014 - Illuminazi media (russian state TV RT) sells three end time hoaxes in one line:
"The Islamic State has issued an ultimatum to the Christians in the town of Mosul in northern Iraq, urging them to convert to Islam, pay a religious tax or face death."
Time to remember Last Prophet's words from May 2007:
Iraq Babylon First and Last Days of End Times link: ultimate reason for the invasion of Iraq revealed first.
Iraq: 4 years later, last of 2 million Christians NOW fleeing antichrist's Babylon
The few reports in illuminati media on the last Christians fleeing Babylon now ruled by the last antichrist:
- cut the original number of Christians (near two million in April 2003) to the half
- hide that these are the LAST Christians remaining in Iraq.
- rewrite reality as black is white: the puppet installed by NATO, supposedly shia, NOT the sunnis, have been murdering chrisitans since March 2003.
Link between First and Last Days of End Times
Where do the last christians now fleeing Iraq fit in the end times puzzle? Answer:
Google the DOOR
Angelic Google returns as first result the KEY to open the link.
And beyond oil, that link is the ultimate reason to invade Iraq and to install the genocidal puppet "government": to fulfill the illuminati anti-Bible.
Chicago Tribune, May 8, 2007
BAGHDAD - Christians are fleeing in droves from the southern Baghdad district of Dora after Sunni insurgents told them they would be killed unless they converted to Islam or left, according to Christian leaders and families who fled.
Sunni gunmen have been enforcing the edict with a dozen or so kidnappings, a shooting, by knocking on doors and by posting leaflets on walls - actions that have prompted hundreds of Christians to leave an area that was once home to one of Baghdad's largest Christian communities.
The exodus began three weeks ago after a fatwa, or religious edict, was issued by Sunni insurgents offering Christians a stark choice: to convert to Islam and pay an ancient Islamic tax known as "jizyah," or to depart within 24 hours and leave their property behind. If they did neither, they said, they faced death.
Iraq's minority Christian community, put at 800,000 (1) on the eve of the U.S. invasion, has already been decimated by threats, fear and intimidation over the past four years, and as many as half of Iraq's Christians are now living outside the country, according to the latest report of the U.S. International Commission on Religious Freedom issued last week.
First and Last Days of End Times
The KEY: First results since May 2007