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Egypt Despot Mubarak planning exile to Tel Aviv

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  • nathaniel x vance
    Mubarak’s planning exile to Tel Aviv According to sources in the Egyptian Embassy in Tel Aviv, Israel is making preparations to welcome Hosni Mubarak into
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 30, 2011
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      Mubarak’s planning exile to Tel Aviv
      According to sources in the Egyptian Embassy in Tel Aviv, Israel is making preparations to welcome Hosni Mubarak into exile after Saudi Arabia rejected overtures.

      What the heck is going on in the Middle East all of a sudden? Are these multiple middle east uprisings in several nations more irrefutable signs of the EndTime of the Wicked? Seeing how arrogant and bloody Mr. Mubarak thinks he is, no wonder that he has now given his army orders to shoot to kill!
      However, will the sudden long prophesized appearance of the mighty Madhi (who will set down all tyrants) and His Christ Messiah be next soon to follow instead of a blood bath which is nonchalantly proposed by the corrupt ruler such as Egyptian Depot Mubarak?
      <http://aljazeera.com/news/articles/39/Mubaraks-planning-exile-to-Tel-Aviv.html>

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      US Puppet/Despot Mubarak gives army shoot-to-kill order
      Jan 30, 2011: Embattled Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has reportedly given his armed forces the authority to shoot-to-kill as anti-government protests gain momentum. Reports say the army has been ordered to shoot when it sees fit. Military helicopters and jet fighters fly over major locations as the numbers of protesters multiply there. Tens of thousands of people have practically taken over the Tahrir Square in the city center despite heavy military presence, a Press TV correspondent reported.
      <http://shiapost.wordpress.com/2011/01/30/mubarak-gives-army-shoot-to-kill-order/> The wicked ENDTIME - NOT the RIGHTEOUS! http://groups.yahoo.com/group/TheEndTime2012

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