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PIVOTAL ACTIONS AND EVENTS


Te world's leaders are obsessed with the division of the Land of Israel and Jerusalem, and this will continue to intensify. Palestinian state efforts will continue at the United Nations.


Te Quartet (United Nations, United States, European Union, and Russia), Obama, and Netanyahu speak of a peace deal between the Israelis and Palestinians by the September 2012 General Assembly meeting at the U.N.


Te Muslim Brotherhood will make enormous gains in Egypt, Syria, Jordan, and Libya as they move into power.


Te Middle East is becoming more Islamic thanks to the Arab Spring. An increasing number of Muslim youth are joining the ranks due to their lack of employment opportunities and economic hardships.


Will 2012 be the year of major wars in the Middle East?


Conflict between Iran and Saudi Arabia will worsen and may pull in the United States.


Muslims will continue to speak in Protestant and Catholic churches in the United States but will not invite them to speak in their mosques.


Replacement theology church leaders will continue to publicly chastise Christian supporters of Israel and sponsor peace conferences with the Palestinians.


Muslims will continue to speak in Protestant and Catholic churches in the United States but will not invite them to speak in their mosques.


Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan desires to be a major Middle East leader and will atempt to do it by appealing to the Arab street—at the expense of Israel.


Iran is close to completing its nuclear program; will the United States and/or Israel try to stop it?


Iranian President Ahmadinejad will continue his harsh anti- Israel and anti-United States rhetoric; will he remain in power?


Israel's borders will continue to become more insecure.


Vladimir Putin very likely will become the Russian president in March 2012. He could serve two six-year terms.


Republicans are expected to gain control of the Senate in the 2012 election and make greater gains in the House of Representatives. Who will be the next U.S. president?


Te war between good and evil is becoming more intense in the United States; darkness is making rapid inroads and gaining in America, assisted by the courts, liberal politicians, and the secular media.


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Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan desires to be a major Middle East leader and will attempt to do it by appealing to the Arab street—at the expense of Israel.


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