And the Ishmaelites shall rule the holy land, at the time when it is empty, for a long
time, as their circumcision is empty, and not whole (Moslems only remove the
prepuce (ORLA). Jews have another stage for the Brith called PRIAA), and they shall
prevent the Israelites from returning to their homeland (Since the beginning of
Jewish immigration to Israel, Arabs used violence against the Jews, wars and terror
attacks. This still prevents the majority of Jews which is in the Diaspora to make Aliyah
to Israel) until that privilege of the Ishmaelites will expire.
And the Ishamelites shall ignite big wars in the world, until they will make the
Edomites (which are Christians by Jewish tradition) gather to a war against them.
And shall make wars: one on the sea, one in land and (one) near Jerusalem. And
those shall rule over those. And the holy land will not be handed over to the
At that time, one people will be awaken from the end of the world to the big sinful
city, and there he will ignite a war that will last three months. And peoples will
gather there, and will fall in his hands.
Until all the Edomites (Christians) will gather on him (from all the ends of the
world). Then HaShem (G-d) will be awakened on them.
This is the meaning of the writing (Isiah 34,6): "For HaShem has a sacrifice in
Bossrah" etc. and at the end of it, it says (Job 38,13): "to take hold of the ends of
And shall destroy the Ishamelites from us, and will break all the armies of Above,
and there shall not remain any army Above for a people of the world, except for
the army of Israel exclusively.
This is the meaning of the writing (Psalms 121,5): "HaShem (G-d) is your shadow
on your right hand", because the holy name is in the (spiritual) right side, and the
Torah is also in the (spiritual) right side. Therefore all depends on the right side.
And we have learnt orally: He who come to pray, will put his right hand over his
left hand, as it was established in Jewish Halacha.
At the Latter Days (Psalms 60): "Deliver your right and answer me", and at that
time it is written (Zefaniah 3): "For then I shall turn to peoples in a clear language,
all to call the name of HaShem (G-d), to worship him together". And it is written
(Zechariah 14): "And HaShem (G-d) shall be the King of all the land, on that day
HaShem (G-d) will be one, and his name will be one".
HaShem shall be blessed for ever, Amen and Amen.