World News and Trends: Iraq yes, but don't overlook Iran

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Iraq yes, but don't overlook Iran

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According to Randal Lurie, senior associate at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C., future chroniclers "will emphasize the massive, well-organized, state subsidized terror that stemmed from and flourished in Iran. That country, history will record, was overtaken by a religion that incorporated itself into a so-called legitimate state for one strategic purpose: The Islamization of the world as the endgame." American strategists estimate that Iran will be able to develop a nuclear-tipped missile within two or three years. But even more worrying is the prospect that Iranian leadership may have no qualms about using weapons of mass destruction against countries and peoples they deem as infidels. Mr. Lurie continued: "Iran is much stronger than Iraq, and its religious fanaticism cements its mission to eliminate nonbelievers wherever they are. You can read nowadays open analysis by military pundits in the Iranian press debating whether two Hiroshima-size bombs could be more than enough to destroy Israel, or whether one would be sufficient." Indeed we live in a world where such frightening thinking is common. You need to know what the Bible says about the trends that characterize our dangerous age. Please request our free booklet Are We Living in the Time of the End? (Source: The Los Angeles Times.)