“Allah has avenged us for the diabolical cowardly attack by the Jews and their willing allies in America,” the man said. “While the Jewish pigs are still alive, Allah has brought death and destruction to America, the Great Satan. Their great cities have been destroyed in a fervent heat. The country that used nuclear weapons against innocent people has now had those same weapons turned on them. The seat of power in Washington DC and other great American cities are no more. They are now a desolate wasteland.”
At this the crowd erupted in rancorous joy, crying out “Allahu Akbar” and “Death to America, death to Israel.”
The man, who appeared to be a cleric continued to speak.
“Allah has decreed that death to their cities was not enough. America and the other great western powers have been struck with another judgment of Allah who has simply removed all trace of the existence of many millions of their people from the earth. Their great gods of technology are no more. Their planes are falling from the sky and they are now a third world power.”
The crowds continued on with their rejoicing for most of the day and into the evening. As more information became available, it became evident that whatever event had caused the multitudes in America and other western countries to vanish had mostly spared the Islamic countries. Across the Middle East, things continued on as before. While there were isolated rumors of people vanishing, there were no reports of planes crashing or driverless automobiles crashing on the roadways.
James Parker is a pharmacist in Las Vegas. In the Church Training Service of First Free Will Baptist Church in Garland, Texas, he competed in Bible competitions and in music and arts. He has written over one hundred songs. He became interested in Islam and a possible connection with the antichrist in 2006, which led him to research the Islamic end time prophecies as well as the political events in the Middle East that formed the basis for this book. James attends Liberty Baptist Church with his wife and four children, where they are members of the choir and are directors in the children’s ministry.
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