Is (rael) and Isis, the Caliphate and the promised land, devastating visions

Door San-Daniel gepubliceerd op Friday 30 January 19:51




On the map shown above, the first Arab caliphate expressed in green as it was in the year 750. Nowhere does one see an independent state of Israel. That would have been between Egypt and Syria.

The coming into being of the State of Israel was based on a vision. An old man, Abraham falls into a deep sleep, and has a vision, in that vision, God speaks to him. You may find that in the following biblical verses.

Genesis 15 verse 1-21

Abraham's vision.


1 Some time later, the Lord came to Abram in a vision: "Fear not, Abram: I myself will protect you as a shield. Your reward will be great. "

12 And when the sun was about to go down, Abram fell into a deep sleep. Suddenly he was overwhelmed by fear and darkness.

17 When the sun went down and it was quite dark, suddenly there was a smoking oven and out of it came a flaming torch that passed between the pieces of animals.

18 On that day the LORD made a covenant with Abram. "This country," he said, "I will give to your descendants, from the river of Egypt to the great river, the river Euphrates: 19 the area of the Kenites Kenizzites and Kadmonites, 20 Hittites, Perizzites and Rephaim, 21 the Amorites, Canaanites, Girgashites and Jebusites. "

That's quite something! Someone awakenes from a deep sleep and remembers that the Creator himself has promised him and his offspring,  all nations as mentioned in verse 18 to verse 21..

These texts have been the justification for Israel's people, after 40 years of wandering through the desert to invade the Promised Land. The land of milk and honey, a peaceful country, Canaán, was attacked and could not defend it self against the force that invaded her territories. The men were slain, the lands were appropriated and the women were taken as slaves by the victors.

quote from an earlier article of mine and the sources where you can read this.

Countries and people, adjustment and slaughter (Jews):

The advancing nomadic tribes from the north, mainly Hebrews came into conflict with the established population, the Canaanites. Under the direction of their priesthood, the Levites, with their own morals, customs and laws they eventually  conquered the whole area and subject to their law,  the indigenous population was largely massacred, as described in the Bible (Deuteronomy 2:32, 3.: 3-6, Joshua 6:21, 8: 25-29, 10: 28-40). Only the women were spared and we  incorporated them as slaves in the tribes of Israel.

Roman rule at the time of Christ puts an end to that rule because all surrounding areas were annexed by Rome.




2000 years later, after the end of the 2nd World War (1940-1945) Israel regains its territory under those same biblical texts.

On 29 November 1947 the General Assembly of the United Nations approved the plan of the international UNSCOP committee (United Nations Special Committee on Palestine) for the partition of mandatory Palestine in different parts: an Israeli, an Arab and an international controlled part (Jerusalem and Bethlehem.

The Jewish community (Yishuv) gets under this plan:

Eastern Galilee, Safed and Tiberias.

the fertile coastal plains in the north to beyond Haifa Tel Aviv in the south and

most of the Negev desert.

The plan was prepared by the British and American governments. Based on a vision of thousands of years ago, the Western powers gave parts of a Middle Eastern country to the descendants of Abraham.

That's as bizarre as the current Italians,  claiming Nijmegen (Novo Magnum), again based on the fact that 2000 years ago it was part of the Roman Empire.


The Pope as  representative of Christ on earth:

After the death of Christ, the Christian faith is a fact and a successor is appointed, a pope. The Pope is the recognized leader of the Catholic Church and every Christian who acknowledges that faith. He is elected by a general election. His reign crosses worldly borders. So the Pope in the Vatican in Rome,  is also in charge of the Catholics in China or the Philippines or anywhere in the world.




  Abu al-Qasim Muhammad ibn'Abd Allāh ibn'Abd al-Muttalib ibn Hashim (ابو القاسم محمد ابن عبد الله ابن عبد المطلب ابن هاشم), was a man born in Mecca and he united  Arabia under the Islam, in 570 AD. He is recognized by the Muslims and the Baha as the last prophet sent by God. He also received a number of visions, like Abraham and began to preach and to dominate the surrounding tribes. When you allow first of all only one God, then you do away with diversity in views of other tribes and you reconcile them easier. The conversions were brought about by brutal force.

It brought a unity in the Arab world and Mohammed was seen as the khalifa which is the title for the leader of Islamic tribes supported by Islamic law, political and religious direction for the state, the Caliphate. As is with the Christian Pope, his authority crosses over the world's borders and where ever in the world there is a Muslim, automatically this person falls under the rule of the khalifa. Khalifah (خليفة means successor, of Mohammed. It is the duty of every Muslim to heed the call of the Caliph to a holy war. Such a war is called Jihad and the participants are  Jihadists. Also across borders where ever  in the world, so in Spain or the Netherlands, or America.  Muslims who might have been born in Western countries, have  their conscience open to the Muslim jihad call.




In the course of the centuries various caliphates were founded, which fell apart again at a later points in time The whole Mediterranean sea area, but also parts of France belonged to the 1st caliphate, it stretched from Turkye, around the Mediterranean, to Saudi Arabia and to Spain and parts of France (to Narbonne). Spain was called el Andalus. The Kalifat moved it’s seat at one point, even to the former Catholic territory and settled in the middle of Spain, in Cordoba. After the decisive battle in 1492 Spain drove the last’ Moors’ back to North Africa and Spain was again a Christian, Catholic country. A struggle, the reconquesta which lasted 700 years to clear the land back from Arab influence.



The Isis is working to establish a caliphate, those that lead it, as caliph, can call every Muslim to perform Jihad deeds for the further glory of the true faith, and a holy war. What are the differences between Abraham and his vision and the decision to form the state of Israel in 1947 and Muhammad and his vision and the establishment of the caliphate?


 ‘ Who knows the answer, please speak up!’ The dilemma is complicated. why should the United Nations in 1947 on the basis of a vision of thousands of years before, give  Israel a right to exist and not accept a caliphate, that was also founded by a man with a vision as well. This is where the worlds collide, they are the interests that come into conflict. The rationality says, ‘there is no difference.’ There is a Pope who directs Catholics all over the world and there is a caliph who directs the Muslims all over the world.




Muslims following,  as Jihadist, the call, break into their eyes no laws. Their law prescribes punishments for these unbelievers. The call was made to establish a caliphate and now there is an Arabic movement that says that Spain should again become  El Andalus, on the basis of the historical authenticity of the first Caliphate, just like Israel from Biblical times was formed again in 1947. In addition, the victories give a huge boost to the Jihadists and show that they are fighting for Allah and his prophet Muhammad, and also receive the support of Allah in battle, given the victories.

The battle between the crescent and the cross is far from over and it will be impossible to convince the Isis jihadists that they are crossly misled. After all, they follow the call of their religious and political leader and serve God while they do that ... ohhhh woe to our world as long as the cross and the crescent can control people.

San Daniel 2015

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