Egypt: “a perverse spirit”

There are videos with this post, that you can watch at Walid,but I have to warn you they are very graphic.  Something very dark and sinister has been unleashed on this earth.  Remember Paul warned against evil spirits when he said ‘We wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms.’  Put on the full armor of God!

By Walid and Theodore Shoebat

In a video unseen to the West until now, a bizarre, demonic, and vuduistic ritual was done in a wedding in the western district of Algharbieh in which a chicken was savagely eaten alive by a demonically frenzied group of men during a wedding party.

The video is a glimpse into the dark and incomprehensible spirit that has possessed the souls of Egypt. Lawlessness has abounded; excesses have gone unrestricted; and the full force of Islam has greatly dimmed the land with its dark clouds, thundering about and striking without discrimination.

The masses have gone about lynching men, setting others to flames, and partaking in diabolical rituals unknown in our time.

Last March, in a village in the western province in Egypt, two thieves were caught and without due process, they were hung upside down like sheep as the population behaved in a zombie fashion, mutilating their bodies.

The acts of public executions happen as a result of the lack of trust towards the police and since lawlessness abounds, the people decided to follow an Islamic code of Sharia called Hiraba, which is to take the law into their own hands in a sort of collectivist vigilantism.

So pervasive is the situation in Egypt that the response by the masses includes burning the alleged culprits in the street.

We warned about the use of Hiraba in Egypt last year, the code on punishments which is being applied there with increasing regularity; this practice comes straight from the Quran:

“The punishment of anyone who fights against Allah and His apostle and do mischief in the land is to be killed or crucified or to have their hands and feet from opposite ends or be banished from the land.” (Quran: The table spread)

Last year we reported “Egypt today entertains the Islamic Sharia laws of Hiraba on our article Crucifixion, Amputation and underage marriage.

One Egyptian commentator states:

“What happened to the good old days when Hosni Mubarak was in charge and no one dared to do such things because in his time there was law and order and an iron fist applied to whomever brakes it.”

Street piracy has also become very prevalent, in that hooligans place blockades in the middle of the road where they stop and rob oncoming cars at random. One driver did not allow himself to be victim and simply kept going at full speed.

One commentator states:

“Its all over, Egypt has become a nation of savages, swords, guns, rifles and different weapons. Where is the security?”

Security in the capital, Cairo, has to be on high alert. Sporadic incidents could spark at any moment, anywhere in the city. In the El-Nahda District, shootings have become a normal thing, alongside piracy, thievery, armed robbery, drugs.

Even in broad daylight thugs will walk into schools and kidnap girls. The rape of Coptic girls is even filmed on the street in broad daylight with cried of “Allahu Akbar”.

As we have warned last year in prior articles, the recent and current anarchy in Egypt was prophesied by Isaiah:

The LORD hath mingled a perverse spirit in the midst thereof: and they have caused Egypt to err in every work thereof, as a drunken [man] staggereth in his vomit.” (Isaiah 19:14)

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