What is Armageddon

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“In the name of God, the beneficent, the merciful”

The word Armageddon is from Ancient Greek that, according to American dictionaries, it means the final battle between right and wrong in the end times.

It is also the name of a city in Israel (Mount of Megiddo), where, according to the sixteenth chapter of Revelation Book in the New Testament(Revelation 16:16), a great war takes place, and the present stage of human life ends at that time. The final human being on the planet depends on it.

Some American religious institutions have made it clear that an army will leave Iraq for Jerusalem. According to Ezekiel (chapters 38 and 39), troops from Iraq, Iran, Turkey, Sudan, Libya and others  will be formed. Evangelical schools in the United States, based on the analysis that the Armageddon incident is the only incident that will make Jesus Christ’s return to earth possible, propagate that this incident is very close. These institutions are constantly calling on the people to believe that an army of Christ’s enemies will soon leave Iraq and head for Jerusalem, but the forces of the believers in Christ will block the way of this army and they will all clash at Armageddon and a conflict will ensue. The rocks are melting, the walls are rolling on the ground, the skin of the human body is melting while they are standing, and millions are being destroyed, and this is the final battle and the core. Then Jesus Christ descends from the heaven for the second time. (Taken from the book of Savior).

Given the above, which is the belief of some Christians, it is easy to understand what was one of the reasons for the change of the capital of Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, that is, they believe that they seek to create the conditions for the fulfillment of the prophecy of the coming of Jesus Christ.

While they are unaware that the appearance of a savior is only in the hands of God Almighty and no one can offer or delay it. Of course, there is another reason for changing the capital to the city of Quds, and that is to stay safe from Iran’s long-range missiles because they know that Quds is sacred to Muslims, and they will never attack it.

All praise is to God to the extent that He deserves it.

Source Adabestan Marefat
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