Al-Baghdadi has been killed. Expect a message from him to his ISIS fighters.
Nahum predict one last call to arms in Mosul
By Craig C. White
ISIS leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi has been killed in the Idlib province of northwestern Syria. Let me take a moment and say that the Turkish Army controls Idlib and is the major supporter of the Al-Qaeda factions fighting there. That probably means that Turkey has knowingly been harboring the ISIS leader for some time. ISIS is an Al-Qaeda faction. Both Turkey and Al-Qaeda are Sunni Muslim. There have been reports that there are ISIS members included among the Turkish supported Free Syrian Army. I am saying that Turkey supports ISIS.
But that isn’t what this article is about. ISIS leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi may be dead but I don’t think that we have heard the last from him yet. The book of Nahum predicts the destruction and flooding of Mosul in northern Iraq. Mosul is the hometown and headquarters of ISIS. Al-Baghdadi was the head of Al-Qaeda in Mosul before he declared himself the Caliph of the Islamic State.
Here is the interesting part. Nahum predicts that the ISIS leader will address his troops for one last rebellion in Mosul. On a side note, I think that ISIS might overrun Kobani in northeastern Syria first. Nahum tells us to expect one last message from the leader of Mosul.
Messages from ISIS leader Al-Baghdadi have been few and far between. His last recorded message was in September 2019. Before that he released a message in October 2017. In 2017 Baghdadi informed his troops that Turkey was about to attack the Kurds in northeastern Syria. As you know, Turkey has attacked the Kurds. In 2019 Baghdadi instructed his ISIS soldiers to release their brothers that were being held in Kurdish prisons. When Turkey attacked the Kurds in northeastern Syria several hundred ISIS prisoners escaped. I think that Turkey purposefully helped ISIS to escape from the Kurdish prisons. At any rate Nahum says that the ISIS leader will address his troops one last time.
In the following verse Nahum says that Mosul’s wicked leader will formally address his troops just before the city of Mosul is destroyed by a flood of water.
Nahum 2:5 He shall recount his worthies: they shall stumble in their walk; they shall make haste to the wall thereof, and the defence shall be prepared.
In October 2017, ISIS leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi released a 46 minute long voice recording addressing his ISIS troops in Iraq and Syria and around the world. He said…
“Oh Soldiers of the Caliphate, fan the flames of war on your enemies, take it to them and besiege them in every corner, and stand fast and courageous.”
“Beware of retreat, or the feeling of defeat, beware of negotiations or surrender. Do not lay down your arms,”
Al- Bagdadi hadn’t given a public address since 2016. In Nahum 2:5 The phrase “recount his worthies” means to “bring to remembrance (or to mention) his gallant men”. This is exactly what the ISIS leader did in his recorded call to arms. This is exactly the sort of speech that reading the book of Nahum would lead you to expect.
In the very next verse Nahum describes the flooding of Mosul.
Nahum 2:6 The gates of the rivers shall be opened, and the palace shall be dissolved.
The Prophet Nahum gives us remarkable insight into end time events. Nahum may even describe Jesus Christ as he returns to earth at the Resurrection and Rapture and to also do some housecleaning on the Golan Heights as well as in Mosul.
It is evident in his recorded message that ISIS leader al-Baghdadi has Turkey on his mind! Al-Baghdadi said that war between Turkey and the Kurds is “inevitable”. I’ve been saying that for seven years now but nobody is listening. At least al-Baghdadi knows what’s going on. I wonder if he reads my books?
Expect one last call to arms from Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi to his ISIS soldiers!