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Ok, how close are we to Damascus lying in ruin???

 
Puddleglum
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Ok, how close are we to Damascus lying in ruin???
With the situation in Syria now, how soon do you think we will see Damascus as a ruinous heap? A year? Months??
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Jesus ain't coming bro...
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Jesus ain't coming bro...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27056671


Regardless of a Second Coming, how soon do you think we will see Damascus totally destroyed?
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Re: Ok, how close are we to Damascus lying in ruin???
With the situation in Syria now, how soon do you think we will see Damascus as a ruinous heap? A year? Months??
 Quoting: Puddleglum 27252629


Any day, IMHO. But whenever it is, it will happen overnight. And everything is relative to Jerusalem, so it would be overnight to them, meaning something like 7 hours diff. from EST.
Have I now become your enemy by telling you the truth? (Gal. 4:16)
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Re: Ok, how close are we to Damascus lying in ruin???
The number "17" is appearing in the mainstream media more than ever.

"The burden of Damascus. Behold, Damascus is taken away from being a city, and it shall be a ruinous heap". Isaiah 17:1

Understanding the Number "17".
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Barack Obama and the Devils number…666 all you need to know.
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On September 23, 2015 Satan Incarnate will receive full reign over the world.

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08/29/2015 10:23 AM
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Re: Ok, how close are we to Damascus lying in ruin???
It is a great and old prophesy, soon,is what i see,whether that is this year or 10,God knows,but i expect to be alive to see it
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Re: Ok, how close are we to Damascus lying in ruin???
It is a great and old prophesy, soon,is what i see,whether that is this year or 10,God knows,but i expect to be alive to see it
 Quoting: fhlc nli 70184904


You are a little late! This is the second thead about Damascus. This is my second post in case you missed the first one.

To those of you who think that the Biblical prophecy that has Damascus reduced to a heap of rubble is yet to come, that was fulfilled beginning in the year 750, and with its final destruction in 1069, Damascus lie in ruins, a "heap of rubble".

Damascus is known to be the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world. There is firm evidence that in the third millennium BC, Damascus was a population center of a civilization that was considerably prosperous and economically influential. The earliest reference to the city was found in the archaeological site of Ebla in 1975; where the word "Damaski" was found on one of the clay tablets. Some historians believe that the city actually dates back to the seventh millennium BC. .........

The Abbasids

In 750 the golden age of Damascus came to an abrupt end. The Abbasids, a powerful Arab family that had settled in Iran and led the opposition against the Omayyad rule, swept from the east and occupied Damascus, killing the Omayyad Caliph and putting an end to the Omayyad Caliphate. The new rulers, with the aim of eradicating all traces of the Omayyad rule, set about defacing Damascus and tearing down all the great buildings constructed by the Omayyads.

They moved the capital of the Islamic empire to Baghdad, and Damascus became just a provincial town with a declining population and a declining role in politics and culture. The next three centuries were marked by successive assaults and civil strife, and Damascus continued to lose its strategic importance in the empire.

Most of the city was burnt down, including the anterior of the Great Mosque. No effort was made to maintain the beautiful buildings left by the Omayyads. An Abbasid palace was built for the city's governor on the site of Qasr al-Khadra; it was destroyed in a riot in 1069.

[link to www.damascus-online.com]

Damascus has occupied a position of importance in the fields of science, culture, politics, art commerce, and industry from the earliest times. ... It was mentioned in the Holy Qur'an as the many-columns city of Aram, "whose like has never been built in the land".

[link to www.syriangate.com]

Sadly, the Golden Age ended abruptly in 750AD when the Abbassids (powerful Arabian family settled in Iran) murdered the Umayyad Caliph, putting an end to the Umayyad Caliphate and occupying Damascus. The Abbassids destroyed countless of the numerous monuments built by their predecessors and proceeded to eradicate all traces of the Umayyad era.

They moved the capital to Baghdad, in the process, plunging Damascus in 300 years of unrest, civil strife and successive assaults. The great city was almost completely burned down.

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Re: Ok, how close are we to Damascus lying in ruin???
Notice how there's no live coverage coming out of Syria.
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