Turkey to help Muslim Brotherhood overthrow Egypt…

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Since the Muslim Brotherhood government of Egypt was overthrown by the military, I’ve been wondering when they would try and take it back. After all, they haven’t been fighting since 1928 for control of Egypt just to give it up without a fight.

Well those days are most certainly ahead as the Muslim Brotherhood leaders are already planning to overthrow the current government of Egypt and it looks like they will have Turkey’s help:

FOX NEWS – They’re pariahs in much of the Middle East, but the Muslim Brotherhood may find the welcome mat in Turkey, a NATO ally that nonetheless seems unmoved by regional and western pressure to shun the Islamist organization.

Kicked out of Egypt after a brief period in which it controlled Cairo, the Muslim Brotherhood brass has lately sought refuge in Qatar. But on Sept. 13, under pressure from a number of neighboring Gulf States such as Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates, Qatar announced it will boot a number of senior Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood. It’s a huge embarrassment for Qatar, which although a close U.S. ally, has long been the key international champion and significant funder of the Muslim Brotherhood cause as well as of the Al Nusra Front and, according to some reports, the Islamic State.

Their next destination seems clear, and their agenda – the overthrow of secular leaders in Middle Eastern nations – remains the same, say observers.

“Turkey is going to grant asylum to the Muslim Brotherhood leaders,” Benjamin Weinthal, Europe-based research fellow at Washington’s Foundation for Defense of Democracies, told FoxNews.com. “The Muslim Brotherhood has already announced, according to reports, that they plan to use their refugee status in Turkey to destabilize… and try to overthrow Egypt’s [current] government. It’s startling, because you have a NATO member, Turkey, that will probably provide refuge to Muslim Brotherhood leaders who will seek to overthrow Egypt.

Qatar’s move to expel the seven Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood figures, including its foreign affairs spokesman Amr Darragh, and secretary-general Mahmoud Hussein, came as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was returning from a visit to the oil-rich nation. When he was asked if he had agreed to offer safe haven to the Muslim Brotherhood officials, he didn’t say no.

“If they file a request to move to Turkey we will assess their situation and they can move to Turkey if there is no reason to prevent their entry,” Erdogan said.

We know that Turkey’s Erodgan is no friend of Egypt’s new government as he was against Morsi being ousted by the military. And most certainly he’d like to see Morsi return to the throne again, as he’s said many times.

Also, if Egypt is going to be one of the ten nations that make up the coming Ottoman-Islamic Caliphate, then something will have to change. And I suspect that once Turkey and the Muslim Brotherhood overthrow the current government, it will indeed become part of this new caliphate that will likely emerge within the next 8 or 9 years.

And let’s not forget what Walid Shoebat reminds us from Daniel 11:

“Even Jesus insisted that Pergamum (Turkey) in Revelation 2:12-13, was the seat of Antichrist and not the gymnastically altered interpretation for an archeological relic that sits in Berlin or the fanciful SciFi version of Left Behind. It is Turkey who will use the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood as we see them today using Qaradawi and it will ultimately invade Egypt:

“He will extend his power over many countries; Egypt will not escape. He will gain control of the treasures of gold and silver and all the riches of Egypt, with the Libyans and Cushitese in submission.” (Daniel 11:42)

It’s gonna happen. Here’s Isaiah 19:4:

And I will give over the Egyptians into the hand of a hard master, and a fierce king will rule over them, declares the Lord God of hosts.

It’s just a matter of time at this point.

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