Popular Muslim Personality: “Jesus is among us”

WND Leo Hohmann

Could it be that a great leader will emerge in Turkey who, with the help of mysterious Islamic spirit beings, will convince the world’s Christians to become Muslim? That’s exactly what a popular Turkish intellectual is teaching his millions of television viewers, according to a new documentary produced by WND Films and directed by Joel Richardson, author of “The Islamic Antichrist” and “Mideast Beast.”

In the documentary, “End Times Eyewitness,” Richardson interviews Adnan Oktar, a media personality and prolific author, about what Islam expects to happen as the world grinds down to the last days. The articulate Turk speaks frankly and calmly on camera during an interview filmed in his studio in Istanbul. He comes across as sincere and affable, calling the Christian Richardson his “brother.”

Read the full article at WND.

11 Comments
  • David W. Lincoln
    Posted at 22:06h, 26 October

    It looks like I have my answer, to this question: When will the 2nd in command to the last imam be mentioned.

    The winds will be blowing more robustly from here on in, so best be prepared.

  • Henry
    Posted at 04:29h, 27 October

    Just finished watching your newly released documentary, Joel. Very well done! God bless!

  • Jeanne
    Posted at 12:47h, 27 October

    In Matthew 24 Jesus warns us four times about deception (vs. 4, 5, 11, and 24). It is the first thing He mentions in response to the disciples’ question about when he is coming and what will be the signs. In fact, He warns about deception four times more than He does the other signs. This means we must take Jesus’ warnings seriously. The deception is quickly descending on us.

  • good4u
    Posted at 14:32h, 27 October

    The above-referenced WND article is one of the most insightful commentaries I’ve read in a long time regarding the “spiritual influences” of how the Muslims are being primed to fulfill their role within biblical prophecy. This article is extremely helpful to understanding the “why” of it all. This time, next year, will indeed be a very wild ride, prophetically.

    Blessings!

  • Brian
    Posted at 14:20h, 30 October

    Concerning the djinn this always reminds me of 2 Thessalonians 2:11, which mentions a “powerful delusion” so they will believe the lie. Pure speculation but what would be a more powerful delusion than if the AC is revealed with supernatural satanic power and masquerading djinn/aliens/demons as beings of light? How quickly would that be embraced by the world and lead to the general apostasy?

  • Janice
    Posted at 01:07h, 04 November

    The Hebrew scriptures and including what’s called New Covenant (of which there is none, or New Testament is also misnomer) is not a book of “religion’ as we think of it. Is a book of the Covenantal Governance of HaShem; first with Adam; he lost the kingdom rule, then Noah; re establishes HaShem’s soverngty over the earth, then with Abraham for the beginning of a nation; then through MOses; for a governance of a nation. It is for those who ascribe allegiance to HaShem (not allah) and His Governance. STudy Ancient Neareastern Covenants; you’ll gain insight. It was common practice in the region; when king comes to power; through heritage or conquor, he gives a release to prisoners, debts owed, establishes his temple (to reflect his god) and sets law which would include festivals. Israel’s was to be unique from all the others; there would be order; every 7 years the release; sets His calendar; Has Justice and Mercy in laws; one law for all regardless of position; same for noble as for farmer. One of HaShem’s laws prohibits mixing of seed; we do not mix religions; after King Messiah comes he will after the pattern (King David) build a Temple; not building a Temple before He comes; it must fit HIs specifications; and He comes to rule and reign the world; so when the nations come up; they come as loyal citizens to Him; to give homage 3 members of San Hedrian already met 2009 with Turkey to offer help building Temple; he had 3 different plans; when I asked Rabbi Richmond if a decision was made his eyes flashed that I should ask; and then he gently said “no”. The big clue for you is Creator’s original intentions were a Kingdom; not religion. All the religions are man made; the opiate of the ignorant. The first book , alep=crown, king, kingdom Jesus spoke entirely of the coming Kingdom; not coming religion; His words were His fathers words; which were the words of MOses;. Jesus students question, “is this when you restore the Kingdom?’ not religion; what Kingdom is to be restored? The Kingdom of Judah and the Kingdom of Israel; or the united Kingdom as in the time of King David.

  • Joel
    Posted at 02:13h, 04 November

    Janice,

    Of course there is a “New Covenant.” It’s spoken of multiple times by Isaiah, Ezekiel, Jeremiah and Jesus Himself.

  • Dale Cangelosi
    Posted at 23:42h, 08 November

    Joel
    Have you written a response to or spoken about Mark Hitchcock’s book, “Who is the Antichrist?” Frankly, few of his points merit a response but several do and I hope you have a response to his positions that you can send to address his views. The purpose of his book is to refute your position. He quotes your book several times. If not perhaps you could write an article responding to his criticisms, positions?

    Thanks
    Dale

  • Joel
    Posted at 21:04h, 09 November

    Hi Dale,

    My policy in general is not to write a response every time someone take issue with my views. I would spend half my time doing this. However, my book Mideast Beast does a pretty good job of addressing and refuting most of Hitchcock issues. I’ve also invited him to co-author a book wherein we both present our perspectives and interact in a brotherly manner, but allowing folks to consider both views. But he wasn’t interested. I really appreciate Hitchcock personally and his stuff in general, though we obviously disagree on a few finer issues. I hope this answers your questions.

    Bless you!

  • Claudie
    Posted at 01:19h, 13 November

    Hiya Joel,
    As a Christian, I find it quite disconcerting that the Vatican and other Christian denominations are telling their people that they and the Muslims worship the same God! I have encountered quite a number of people who are quite distressed about this matter!
    I have warned people numerous times, to be aware of the TAQQUIYAH (Deception) Muslims practice, in order to lull well-meaning, turn-the-other-cheek type of Christians into a sense of security! People WANT to be ‘bretheren’, to live in peace, to heed and live Christ’s teaching of love and tolerance!! Sadly though, they do NOT understand what is happening!
    How does one go about warning them? I understand fully that each of us has freedom of choice, which is a God given gift . . .but WHY is it that people WILLINGLY CHOOSE to be blind to the reality?

    Your books, unfortunately for me, are not available where I live! Also, I do NOT use plastic, so don’t have access to Internet buying. Would there be any other way I could buy your ‘The Islamic Amrichrist’? If you gave me an address I could send a cheque to, that would be fantastic!

    Stay well, keep safe, and God bless

  • Joel
    Posted at 02:08h, 13 November

    Hi Caludette,

    I have plenty of folks who send checks and hand written orders through my PO Box.

    Joel Richardson
    PO 776
    Grandview MO 64030

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