Saturday, November 7, 2015

The Pale Horse Of (Mohammedanism) Islam Gallops Through Germany and Europe now fulfilling biblical prophecy

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The anti-mass migration Alternativ für Deutschland (AfD) party held a rally in the German capital Berlin this afternoon, demanding the resignation of Chancellor Angela Merkel and calling for the country to adopt a strong policy on immigration.

The AfD has seen its popularity surge as Germany struggles to deal with the huge influx of migrants, and is currently campaigning in local elections in the Saxony-Anhalt region that will be seen as an indicator of public sentiment on the issue. READ FULL ARTICLE HERE.
[Blogger's note: Interesting. I had a conversation with a Muslim turned Christian a few years ago. Tough SOB for obvious reasons. He explained to me that the pale horse mentioned in Revelation was actually the Koine Greek word for light green. Sure enough, I looked it up and he was right. It's also the color of Islam--green.]
"And I looked, and behold, a pale horse! And its rider’s name was Death, and Hades followed him. And they were given authority over a fourth of the earth, to kill with sword and with famine and with pestilence and by wild beasts of the earth."--Revelation 6-8

Check out this article about why the color green is so important to Islam. Here it is re-posted:

The main rival of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in the Iranian elections, Mir Hossain Mousavi, has adopted green as his signature color. The flags of Iran, Saudi Arabia, and the Palestinian group Hamas also include the color. Why is green so prevalent in the Muslim world? 
Because it was supposedly Mohammed's favorite color. The Islamic prophet is said to have worn a green cloak and turban, and his writings are full of references to the color. A passage from the Quran describes paradise as a place where people "will wear green garments of fine silk." One hadith, or teaching, says, "When Allah's Apostle died, he was covered with a Hibra Burd," which is a green square garment. As a result, you'll see green used to color the binding of Qurans, the domes of mosques, and, yes, campaign materials. 
Green has other properties, too, that make it a natural fit for Islam and the Middle East. It's a symbol of nature and life—especially potent in the dry desert. Mohammed invoked this connection when he wrote about a folkloric figure called al-Khidr, or "the Green One," who symbolizes immortality. (Al-Khidr may have been an inspiration for the Arthurian character of the Green Knight, who in one story is described as worshipping Mohammed.) At least one commentator has speculatedthat because green is in the middle of the color spectrum and Mohammed preached moderation, one complements the other. (The Quran describes the Muslim community as "the midmost nation.") 
Green comes up a lot in Islamic history. It was the color of the flag of the Fatimid Caliphate, the last of the four Arab caliphates. During the crusades, Islamic soldiers wore green to identify themselves. (Likewise, crusaders avoided green in their coats of arms, just to be safe from friendly fire.) Some say the banner under which Mohammed fought in the war on Mecca was green with golden trimming. (The flag is currently locked away in the Topkapi Palace in Istanbul, Turkey—we don't really know what color it is.) For centuries in Persia, only descendants of Mohammed, known as the Sayyids, were allowed to wear green turbans—anyone else would be punished for it. Green was also favored by the Ottoman Empire, which after the Tanzimat reforms of the mid-19th century dyed its secular flags red and its religious flags green. More recently, the color has become associated with Hamas, which sports a bright green flag.

chlóros: pale green, pale
Original Word: χλωρός, ά, όν
Part of Speech: Adjective
Transliteration: chlóros
Phonetic Spelling: (khlo-ros')
Short Definition: green, pale
Definition: green, pale green.
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
akin to Chloé (in its ordinary usage)
pale green, pale
NASB Translation
ashen (1), green (2), green thing (1).
Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 5515: χλωρός

χλωρόςχλωράχλωρόν, from χλόη, tender green grass or grain); 
1. greenχόρτοςMark 6:39 (Genesis 1:30); Revelation 8:7πᾶν χλωρόν
2. yellowish, paleἵπποςRevelation 6:8. (In both senses from Homer down.) 

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
green, pale. 
From the same as Chloe; greenish, i.e. Verdant, dun-colored -- green, pale. 
see GREEK Chloe

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