Syrian war is a foreign invasion led by Turkey
and prophesied by Jeremiah
By Craig C. White
Make no mistake, the Syrian war is a foreign invasion. Sunni Muslims from all over the Middle East and northern Africa have joined together under the radical Syrian Al-Qaeda group Al-Nusra or more recently known as Hayat tahrir al-sham. All of these foreign Invaders are supported and directed by Turkey. These predominantly Sunni Al-Qaeda groups are fighting against the Syrian Army on the Hamah and Idlib border in northwestern Syria.
In northeastern Syria more Sunni rebels are fighting alongside of the Turkish Army. They call themselves the Free Syrian Army although they are predominantly from Libya. Turkey is threatening a major offensive against the Kurds in northeastern Syria. Lately Turkey has sent Free Syrian Army troops to Idlib to fight against the Syrian Army in nearby Hamah.
Jeremiah 49:23 Concerning Damascus. Hamath is confounded, and Arpad: for they have heard evil tidings: they are fainthearted; there is sorrow on the sea; it cannot be quiet.
Jeremiah says that when Hamah hears evil reports then the residents of Damascus will flee and Damascus will be destroyed. Ezekiel describes these Turkish led forces as they invade northern Israel. Damascus is only thirty miles away from the Golan Heights of northern Israel.
Turkey has done everything thing that they can to conquer northern Syria except to fight directly against the Syrian Army. The Turkish Army has fortified twelve military outposts in the Idlib province of northern Syria. They are arrayed against the Syrian Army in the Hamah province. Soon the Turkish Army will certainly launch their attack against Hamah fulfilling Jeremiah’s prophecy.