Luke 4:17-21: Jesus opened the book and read from Isaiah(61): "The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised." This Blog is about the Spiritual Life of Jesus Christ in us who believe on Him and applying this existence to our physical world. The Gospel is found 1 Corinthians 15:1-4KJV
2 As soon as they began singing, the Lord confused the enemy camp, 23 so that the Ammonite and Moabite troops attacked and completely destroyed those from Edom. Then they turned against each other and fought until the entire camp was wiped out! 2 Chronicles 2:22,23
God will turn our enemies against each other, to destroy themselves. See 2 Chronicles 2:22
ABU DHABI — Hundreds of Saudis have been fighting each other in the Al Qaida war in Syria.
A Saudi jihadist reported that Saudis were being forced to kill each other as part of the war between two Al Qaida factions.
Fighters for Al Qaida-aligned Nusra Front for the Defense of the Levant. /AFP
The jihadist, Suleiman Al Subaie, said Saudis were recruited under false pretenses and then forced to join the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, which over the last year killed thousands of Sunni rebels as well as fighters from the rival Nusra Front for the Defense of the Levant in northern Syria.
“What is amazing is that Saudis are killing fellow Saudis in the fighting between ISIL and Nusra Front,” Al Subaie said.
In an interview on Saudi television on March 5, the 25-year-old Al Subaie disclosed the extent of the Al Qaida war in Syria. Al Subaie, who arrived in Syria in August 2013, recalled his recruitment in Saudi Arabia and travels to Syria.
“I went to Qatar, from where I travelled to Turkey,” Al Subaie, whose brother was killed in Syria, said. “Upon my arrival, I was told that I have now become a member of ISIL.”
Al Subaie fled Syria for Turkey and arrived in Saudi Arabia in early 2014. He has been held under a new Saudi law that bans its citizens from joining foreign wars.
Al Subaie said ISIL exploited him and used his Twitter account to destabilize Saudi Arabia. He said the account, which communicates with thousands in Saudi Arabia, incited attacks against the royal family and pro-kingdom clerics.
“The situation in Syria is not as portrayed in the media,” Al Subaie said