Israel Pivots to Russia for Protection?

October 16, 2019 • Sam Rohrer, Jimmy DeYoung

The efforts of Pres. Trump toward Israel in the past 3 years have been remarkable both politically and prophetically. But so is the decision to withdraw from Syria and allow greater Russian, Syrian, Turkish, and Iranian presence thereby increasing the security concerns of Israel. Now the Israeli Prime Minister and other leaders are verbalizing a potential pivot from the U.S. to Russia. Is this a surprise?

11/14/19 - Stand in the Gap Today

Dark Horse Rising: Islamists Target U.S. Public Office • November 14, 2019 • Sam Rohrer, Gary Dull, Dave Kistler

Dark Horse Rising: Islamists Target U.S. Public Office. We are joined by Benjamin Baird (Middle East Forum). Topics discussed include: Describing the Islamist Stealth Strategy. Measuring the Islamist Impacts in the Nov. 5 Election? Why all Americans should be Alerted and Engaged. Time to Pray and Engage.

Moloch, Cable Car, and the Temple Mount

November 13, 2019 • Sam Rohrer, Jimmy DeYoung

In Israel a cable car system is being proposed connecting Ben Gurian Airport with the Temple Mount. At the same time, positioned in Rome greeting visitors to the Coliseum is a large statue of Moloch, the idol that marked the ritualistic sacrifice of babies and children during the days of Israel and before. What’s going on with these things?


The Real Reason the U.S. is Anchored in the Middle East • November 13, 2019 • Sam Rohrer, Jimmy DeYoung, Dave Kistler, Gary Dull

Who does the U.S. fear most in regard to gaining access to the oil fields in eastern Syria and Iraq? Is it Russia? Iran? Or could it be China? Iran recently announced that in southern Iran, they discovered what may be the world’s second largest oil deposit at over 50 Billion barrels. Some think that claim might not be true. How is China playing its hand in the Middle East? What is their strategy with Iran? Is oil at the heart of the matter or is there more? At this time, China doesn’t appear to have massive amounts of military equipment or personnel on the ground in the Middle East. Yet they exercise great influence. What is their level of strategic influence? Could they easily and quickly introduce military equipment and soldiers quickly? How does China control many waterways?