"One will come out of Egypt" ... "He will promote the great War"

Arafat, the father of modern terrorism...

“You must keep a constant vigilance of prayer, for one will come out of Egypt and cause a great catastrophe to mankind.” - Our Lady of the Roses, November 20, 1975

“From out of this land [Egypt] will come number six, completing the reign of the spirits. He will promote the great War.” - Our Lady of the Roses, December 31, 1973


Arafat the Monster

Jeff Jacoby reported on November 11, 2004:

YASSER ARAFAT died at age 75, lying in bed surrounded by familiar faces. He left this world peacefully, unlike the thousands of victims he sent to early graves.
     In a better world, the PLO chief would have met his end on a gallows, hanged for mass murder much as the Nazi chiefs were hanged at Nuremberg. In a better world, the French president would not have paid a visit to the bedside of such a monster. In a better world, George Bush would not have said, on hearing the first reports that Arafat had died, "God bless his soul."
     God bless his soul? What a grotesque idea! Bless the soul of the man who brought modern terrorism to the world? Who sent his agents to slaughter athletes at the Olympics, blow airliners out of the sky, bomb schools and pizzerias, machine-gun passengers in airline terminals? Who lied, cheated, and stole without compunction? Who inculcated the vilest culture of Jew-hatred since the Third Reich? Human beings might stoop to bless a creature so evil -- as indeed Arafat was blessed, with money, deference, even a Nobel Prize -- but God, I am quite sure, will damn him for eternity. ("Arafat the Monster," Boston Globe, Jeff Jacoby, November 11, 2004)

Arafat: Father of modern-day terrorism

The Israel National News reported on October 28, 2004:

Yasser Arafat, who reportedly is now breathing his last, is considered the father of modern terrorism. He is directly responsible for the deaths of thousands of innocent Israeli citizens, the deaths of untold numbers of Arabs and the killing of more than 100 U.S. citizens. Among the Americans were two diplomats, whose cruel murders in Sudan Arafat ordered by radio from his Beirut headquarters.
     In 1995, Ariel Sharon said, "I don't know anyone other than Arafat who has as much civilian Jewish blood on his hands since the time of the Nazis."
     Arafat's official biography on the Nobel Prize website glosses over his terrorist past, writing only,
"In 1958 he and his friends founded Al-Fatah, an underground network of secret cells, which in 1959 began to publish a magazine advocating armed struggle against Israel. At the end of 1964 Arafat left Kuwait to become a full-time revolutionary, organising Fatah raids into Israel from Jordan. It was also in 1964 that the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO) was established, under the sponsorship of the Arab League, bringing together a number of groups all working to free Palestine for the Palestinians. The Arab states favoured a more conciliatory policy than Fatah's... Arafat developed the PLO into a state within the state of Jordan with its own military forces. King Hussein of Jordan, disturbed by its guerrilla attacks on Israel and other violent methods, eventually expelled the PLO from his country. Arafat sought to build a similar organisation in Lebanon, but this time was driven out by an Israeli military invasion. He kept the organization alive, however, by moving its headquarters to Tunis..."
     In fact, however, this long period was one of blood and murder orchestrated by Arafat. The PLO under his leadership conducted plane hijackings, bombings, and other acts of violence against Israel. In fact, the beginning of terror sky-jackings has been attributed to Arafat and the Fatah. Two years ago, after an Israeli plane was almost shot down in Kenya, then-Foreign Minister Binyamin Netanyahu warned, "Sky-jacking terrorism first began against Israeli targets abroad by Arafat and Fatah in the late 1960's, and it very quickly became an international plague. We face exactly the same situation now. The terrorism of firing missiles against civilian airlines is now beginning against Israeli planes, but it can easily spread to other areas..." Arutz-7 reported at the time that though there had been "transportation" skyjackings in which criminals wished to reach Cuba, the first terrorist-extortion hijacking of an airliner apparently occurred when Palestinians hijacked an El Al airliner to Algiers in July 1968. Two years later, Palestinian terrorists hijacked four jets almost simultaneously; the passengers were released after three weeks, and the planes were blown up.
     The PLO under Arafat was also responsible for the massacre of 26 people, mostly children, in the Netiv Meir school in Maalot in May 1974. Another PLO organization perpetrated the Munich Olympics slaughter, killing eleven Israeli athletes in 1972. ("Arafat: Father of Modern-Day Terrorism", October 28, 2004)


Yasser Arafat
In Our Lady of the Roses message there are several references to a person who will be responsible for bringing about a world catastrophe: “one individual, in darkness of spirit and insanity of sin, shall set mankind into a major War that shall bring about the destruction and annihilation of nations….” (Our Lady, May 28, 1977).
     We also know that this individual, an instrument of evil, will come from Egypt: "You must keep a constant vigilance of prayer, for one will come out of Egypt and cause a great catastrophe to mankind." (Our Lady, November 20, 1975)  And from the December 31, 1973 message Our Lady tells us, “From out of this land [Egypt] will come number six, completing the reign of the spirits. He will promote the great War.”

     According to J.R. Nyquist,

In 1970 the Kremlin became interested in an obscure Arab construction engineer and collector of racecars, named Rahman al-Qudwa. Evidence shows, contrary to later claims, that this "construction engineer" was an Egyptian, born in Cairo during the summer of 1929. Rahman graduated from the University of Cairo and served as an officer in the Egyptian Army during the 1956 Suez campaign. Later he set up a business in Kuwait and made a fortune. He then entered politics, founding a hopelessly small terrorist organization.
But this terrorist organization would not remain hopelessly small forever.
     According to the former head of Romanian intelligence, Lt. Gen. Ion Mihai Pacepa, one of the highest ranking communist defectors of all time, Rahman al-Qudwa became an important political ally of the communist bloc following the death of Egypt's president, Gamal Abdul Nasser, in 1970. Gen. Pacepa's account of Rahman's intimate relations with the communist bloc is related in a book entitled "Red Horizons." As it happens, Pacepa tells us that the communists trusted Rahman because he was a voracious homosexual. This alone made him a workable Kremlin puppet, because once the Romanian intelligence services had taped Rahman's sex sessions with men and boys, he was completely in their hands. Afterwards, Rahman's friendship for the communist bloc would be permanent -- if he valued his growing popularity in the Arab world. 
     Rahman al-Qudwa is better known as Yasser Arafat, the chairman of the PLO since 1968 and the president of the Palestinian Authority -- which is now at war with Israel. According to Gen. Pacepa's account, communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu ordered his people to bring Arafat over to Romania. In late 1970 the chief of Romanian intelligence in Egypt, Gen. Constantine Munteanu, arrived in Bucharest with Arafat in tow. Munteanu had gathered an extensive file on Arafat, which characterized the PLO leader as "so much cleverness, blood, and filth all together in one man." Pacepa says that this was Munteanu's "standard definition of Arafat."
     Given Gen. Munteanu's extensive file, Arafat could not exactly refuse the communist's "friendly" overtures. There is little question that Arafat is fanatically devoted to destroying Israel, and would sell his soul to the devil to gain his devilish ends. Therefore, a compact between Arafat and the Soviet Union via communist Romania was not something that violated any sacred Islamic rule in Arafat's heart. Arafat is no Moslem. His fanaticism is completely secular. But since he operates within the Islamic world, he must sometimes appear as a would-be Muslim liberator. (“Kremlin puppets and how they work,” J.R. Nyquist, October 19, 2000)

Nyquist also writes:

What should be remembered, what we always seem to forget, is that Russia was the leading sponsor of international terrorism during the Cold War. Russia trained some of the world’s most notorious terrorists -- from Carlos “the Jackal” to Yasser Arafat. This week we owe a debt of gratitude to former Romanian intelligence chief Ion Mihai Pacepa for his Monday column in The Wall Street Journal Online  which clarifies Arafat’s Russian connections. As Romania’s former spy chief, Pacepa has read Arafat’s KGB file. He says that Arafat was a KGB agent. According to Pacepa, Arafat “is a career terrorist, trained, armed and bankrolled by the Soviet Union and its satellites for decades.”
     In his Wall Street Journal column, Pacepa describes Moscow’s plan to make Arafat the national leader of the Palestinians. And this is what Arafat has become, even as he directs the greatest terror offensive of them all -- against Israel. Pacepa describes Arafat as “an Egyptian bourgeois turned into a devoted Marxist by KGB foreign intelligence.” Arafat was trained at the Balashikha special-ops school in Russia. Pacepa also relates how “the KGB destroyed the official records of Arafat’s birth in Cairo, replacing them with fictitious documents saying that he had been born in Jerusalem and was therefore a Palestinian by birth.” ("Kremlin Terrorists", J. R. Nyquist, September 24, 2003)

    Arafat has been stirring the Mideast pot to a boil for years, fomenting anti-Jewish hatred at every opportunity. Charles Krauthammer, in an article in The Weekly Standard, writes:

People are not born with bloodlust. They learn it. It is no mystery where the Palestinians have learned it. For years Arafat's mini-police-state has been feeding his people the rawest Jew-hatred since the Third Reich. ("The fallacy of moral equivalence," Charles Krauthammer, The Weekly Standard, 28 May 2001)

     The characteristic marks of “out of Egypt” and “insanity of sin” fit Arafat perfectly.

Intent on war
Since Arafat accepted the Tenet document, "we have suffered 230 terrorist attacks, four Israeli citizens have been killed and another 10 wounded.  Israel is showing restraint, but people cannot accept it," Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon sa
id in an exclusive interview with Contributing Editor Lally Weymouth in the July 2 issue of Newsweek.
    On June 25th, during a U.S. trip to discuss the Middle East conflict, Sharon asserted that Palestinian President Yasser Arafat was ''the head of a terrorist gang'' and a U.S.-brokered cease-fire was not working. ''There is no cease-fire. We have casualties every day,'' Sharon said in a speech to the America-Israel Friendship League.

     Sharon's predecessor, Ehud Barak, experienced the same duplicitous cycle: Arafat's promises of peace, but actions and words that were always directed towards war. In a statement on October 25, 2000 before Congress, Rep. Tom Lantos, D-Calif., blamed Arafat for the stall in peace talks: ``Arafat's latest contribution to this dialogue was to tell the prime minister of Israel to 'go to hell.' It's difficult to be an honest broker under those circumstances."
     In a statement to the press, New York Congressman Benjamin Gilman said the underlying cause of the situation in the Middle East is that Arafat "is attempting to dictate Israeli concessions at the negotiating table through the unbridled use of violence."

In an "Open Letter to Arafat," Joseph Farah exposes Arafat’s hatred and hypocrisy that has fomented so much bloodshed:

Let me be blunt: Despite extensive travels throughout the Middle East, I have not met a single Christian Arab who did not have misgivings about you [Arafat]. I certainly have never met one who considered you a representative of his interests in the Holy Land. In the United States I have never met a Christian who thought you were anything but an anti-Jewish terrorist. That's the way I think of you.
You may indeed actually represent many of those rioting in the streets of Ramallah and Gaza and Jerusalem, but you will never speak for Christians anywhere -- not real Christians, not followers of the Lord Jesus Christ, who was, you might recall, a Jewish rabbi.
     By definition, Christians must reject your agenda of hate and genocide.  (Exclusive: Joseph Farah writes open letter to Palestinian leader, October 24, 2000)

The media has also picked up on the apparent fact that Arafat is not interested in peace, but on political advantage:

The defense establishment is becoming increasingly convinced that Yasser Arafat does not intend to return to the Oslo process. This leaves him with two choices: The first, and the one he apparently prefers at the minute, is controlled violence that will lead in the end to new diplomatic initiatives, but with increased international involvement. The second, which Arafat has not ruled out, is a full-scale regional war. (“IDF fears Arafat is pushing for war,” by Amos Harel, October 20, 2000) (See Special Dispatch #236) (See Special Dispatch #236)

Arafat rejected former Israeli Prime Minister Barak's gestures for peace, saying that Barak could "go to hell":

Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat angrily rejected Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak's declaration of a time out from the peace process on Sunday, telling reporters that Barak could "go to hell".
     "My response is that our people are continuing on the road to Jerusalem, capital of the independent Palestinian state, whether (Barak) accepts or does not accept, let him go to hell." (Arafat on Barak's time out: "Let him go to hell," October 23, 2000)

He is also seeking cooperation of the Arab world to unite against Israel:

Speaking to the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) in Doha, Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser Arafat vowed yesterday that the Al-Aqsa Intifada will continue. "Despite the heavy human losses which exceed more than 200 martyrs and over 9,000 wounded, our people are determined, more than at any other time, to continue their holy struggle in the Al-Aqsa Intifada with the help of our brothers and friends," Arafat told the 56-member OIC. (Arafat to conference: Intifada will go on, Ha'aretz, November 13, 2000) 

Palestinian children trained at military camps
This volatile situation is by no means spontaneous, but has been deliberately fomented by a hatred-inciting Palestinian media, Palestinian soldiers armed with Russian-made AK-47 rifles, and thousands of Palestinian youths trained in guerilla tactics. The Palestinian Authority has ordered children out of school and buses them to confront Israeli soldiers with rocks and Molotov cocktails. If that doesn't draw enough victims, Palestinian soldiers fire their automatic weapons on Israelis from within crowds of children, forcing the Israeli troops to shoot back. 

Stone-throwing children at the centre of riots on the West Bank and Gaza have received weeks of training in guerrilla warfare, including mock kidnappings, from Yassir Arafat’s Fatah movement.… Over the past four weeks at least 120 Palestinians have been killed by Israelis. About a third of them were boys as young as 12, some among the 25,000 youngsters trained in 90 different Fatah camps earlier this year.…
     Israel has repeatedly accused the Palestinian leadership of the “cynical use of children in the front line” for propaganda purposes and has insisted that they often pose a mortal threat to Israeli soldiers. The revelations that thousands of children were given guerrilla training in the months before the explosion of the “al-Aqsa intifada” reinforces this argument…. Asked why they were spending their days darting around the concrete maze of Qalandiya Camp firing catapults and throwing stones at soldiers armed with automatic weapons and rubber bullets, some of the youngsters just shrugged and said: “It’s fun”.  (Arafat school teaches kids warfare: stone-throwing boys trained how to direct hate toward Israelis, October 25, 2000, London Times)

Arafat is forming tactical alliances that make it obvious that he is preparing for an all-out war with Israel:

As Prime Minister Ehud Barak works to broaden his governing Israeli coalition by negotiating with his political adversaries, the Palestinian leader, Yasser Arafat, is also seeking new partners and making at least a new tactical alliance with the political enemies he once ordered jailed…. Many of those activists with Hamas and Islamic Jihad had been imprisoned for months, and others intermittently for years - but dozens were allowed out of their cells within the last few weeks to help coordinate the current campaign they call ''resistance'' against Israeli military occupation of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. (“Arafat Making Tactical Alliance With Islamic Jihad and Hamas,” International Herald Tribune, October 25, 2000)

All of this is consistent with past statements concerning the fundamental objective of the PLO, Arafat's organization:

"There has been no change whatsoever in the fundamental strategy of the PLO, which is based on the total liberation of Palestine and the destruction of the occupying country. ... On no accounts will the Palestinians accept part of Palestine and call it the Palestinian state, while forfeiting the remaining areas which are called the State of Israel." (Rafiq Najshah, PLO representative in Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabian News Agency, June 9, 1980)

Arafat: "a murderer and a pathological liar"
Ariel Sharon, the current leader of Israel, recognizes Arafat for what he truly is, calling him "a murderer and a pathological liar." ("Sharon blasts Arafat as murderer, pathological liar," Ha'aretz, June 6, 2001).  Arafat has never been interested in peace, though many people have been gullible enough to believe him. As recognized by Joseph Farah of WorldNetDaily, "This round of violence began when Arafat unilaterally walked away from a peace table at which he had been handed everything he had ever asked for." ("Why Israel must act," June 6, 2001)
    Also, Haim Shur has called Arafat "an arch-liar, an arch-murderer." In a June 22, 2001 interview he said, "There is one thing that no one will ever be able to take away from me, and that is my [commitment to the] truth.  It enrages me when I see my friends from the [Labor] party, including the young generation, going to Gaza to greet Yasser Arafat.  After all, he is an arch-liar, an arch-murderer.” (See Special Dispatch #235) 
     "Would anyone in the world debate with bin Laden or [Libyan President Muammar] Gaddafi? Everyone has their bin Laden. Arafat is our bin Laden," Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said on July 3rd, 2001, at a meeting of the Likud party. 

In Arafat's own words:

"We will enter Jerusalem victoriously and raise our flag on its walls. ... We will fight you (the Israelis) with stones, rifles, and 'El-Abed' (the Iraqi missile)..." 
     --Yasser Arafat, reported by the Associated Press, March 29, 1990, at the start of the Gulf War

"In the name of Allah, we shall cause fire to devour half of Israel...." 
     --Yasser Arafat, Iraqi News Agency, April 2, 1990

"We say to the brother and leader Saddam Hussein -- go forward with God's blessing." 
     --Yasser Arafat, the next day, Iraqi News Agency, April 3, 1990

"Find whatever strength you have to terrorize your enemy." -- Yasser Arafat, in a speech to Palestinians May 16, 2004

"Whoever thinks of stopping the uprising before it achieves its goals, I will give him 10 bullets in the chest."
--Yasser Arafat, speaking of the first intifada in 1989

"Palestine is the cement that holds the Arab world together, or it is the explosive that blows it apart."
--Yasser Arafat, in a Time magazine interview, November 1974


“He will promote now the Third World War, the great War of destruction to mankind—a war that has never been met with a sequel upon mankind, a war of destruction so great that countries shall disappear in a fraction of a second. So great will be the power of 6 that he shall start this war!” - Our Lady, September 7, 1974

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Terror chief claims Arafat died of AIDS, WorldNetDaily, July 12, 2007

U.S. Reds salute Arafat, WorldNetDaily, November 22, 2004

Arafat the Monster, Jeff Jacoby, November 11, 2004

Arafat's trail of terror, Newsmax, November 11, 2004

Arafat and friends in their own words, Newsmax, November 11, 2004

Yasser Arafat dies at age 75: Father of modern-day terrorism declared dead in Paris hospital, WorldNetDaily, November 11, 2004

Arafat: Father of Modern-Day Terrorism, Israel National News, October 28, 2004

Kremlin terrorists, J.R. Nyquist, September 24, 2003

As Israelis debate expelling leader, Jerusalem Post calls for his death, WorldNetDaily, September 12, 2003

Arafat has given the green light for terror, Jerusualem Post, August 17, 2003

Arafat sends holiday greetings to Saddam: Telegram to 'brother-president' asks dictator for help combating Israel, WorldNetDaily, February 27, 2003

Arafat's Leninist strategy, National Review, April 22, 2002

Arafat is another bin Laden, declares Sharon  July 4, 2001

Sharon brands Arafat 'head of terrorist gang'  Reuters, June 25, 2001

Sharon blasts Arafat as murderer, pathological liar  Ha'aretz, June 6, 2001

Why Israel must act  WorldNetDaily, June 6, 2001

PLO leaders target the U.S.   WorldNetDaily, June 6, 2001

Sharon calls Arafat 'murderer and pathological liar'  Reuters, June 5, 2001

What is Really Wrong With The Middle East 'Peace' Picture (Center for Security Policy)  June 1, 2001

The real Arafat May 10, 2001 by Joseph Farah

Bin Laden joins Arafat  WorldNetDaily, April 20, 2001

Ex-NSA op asks Congress to probe Arafat murders April 17, 2001 by Joseph Farah

Palestinian TV urging children to kill May 17, 2001 by David Kupelian

Arafat and the Big Lie February 16, 2001 by Joseph Farah

Is U.S. hiding Arafat murders? WorldNetDaily, January 17, 2001

Mideast Peace? Newsmax, November 4, 2000

Palestinian kids raised for war WorldNetDaily, November 3, 2000

Senior Israeli official says Arafat returning to days as leader of terror organization, Ha'aretz, November 1, 2000

Conflict may spread, Israel warns Europe, London Times, November 1, 2000

Arafat issues call for “defense of holy Jerusalem,” Washington Times, November 1, 2000

Temple Mount 'claimed' by Palestinians WorldNetdaily, October 28, 2000

Arafat Envoy Arrives in Moscow for Talks, Russia Today, October 27, 2000

Arafat school teaches kids warfare: stone-throwing boys trained how to direct hate toward Israelis
, London Times, October 25, 2000

Arafat allies with Jihad, Hamas: Makes tactical partners with militants he once had jailed, International Herald Tribune, October 25, 2000

An open letter to Arafat Joseph Farah, October 24, 2000

Exploiting violent emotions in the Middle East October 23, 2000 by J.R. Nyquist

Arabs declare jihad and agree $1billion aid deal for Palestinians, October 22, 2000 

Kremlin puppets and how they work October 19, 2000 by J.R. Nyquist

Is this how World War III begins? October 13, 2000 by Joseph Farah

Myths of the Middle East  October 11, 2000 by Joseph Farah

'An irreconcilable hatred'  January 11, 2000 by David Kupelian

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