The threats of the North Korean dictator are frightening indeed and could well ignite a nuclear war, but they are part of a bigger picture of a worldwide rebellion against the God of creation. On a more specific front, they’re a smokescreen for a potential Armageddon in the Middle East as Russian-backed Iran and its allies move dangerously close to Israel’s borders. Only last week (Sept. 7) Israel carried out a daring

air strike against an Iranian-run weapons factory in the heart of Syria, severely damaging (if not destroying) the facility where chemical and biological munitions, as well as medium-range missiles, are being developed. Syria has, in turn, warned about “dangerous repercussions”.  The strike took place exactly 10 years after Israel—the only country in recent years that has stood up to North Korea until now—destroyed a Syrian nuclear reactor being built with the help of the rogue regime. READ MORE