Tuesday, January 04, 2011

Why Egypt Matters . . .

This is a most interesting analysis of what the recent church attacks in Egypt may mean. Egypt has always played a key role in the Middle East -- most recently by signing a peace agreement with Israel in 1979. This treaty allowed Israel (and the U.S.) to focus on other members of the Middle East and expect relative peace from Egypt. But all this may be changing. George Friedman gives three possible scenarios. If my memory serves me right, from reading some of Joel Rosenberg's books and the mention of Egypt in prophetic scripture, I'm guessing that Egypt will not be involved in any major war with Israel. But read this for yourself and come to your own conclusions.

"Egypt and the Destruction of Churches: Strategic Implications is republished with permission of STRATFOR."

Read more: Egypt and the Destruction of Churches: Strategic Implications | STRATFOR


Egypt and the Destruction of Churches: Strategic Implications | STRATFOR


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