'Jesus will return soon' Christian conspiracy theorists interpret Israel's ...

ISRAEL'S bid to establish diplomatic ties with nations across the Middle East has been branded a prophetic precursor to the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.

PUBLISHED: 13:34, Tue, Sep 22, 2020 | UPDATED: 13:34, Tue, Sep 22, 2020

On August 13, Israel and the US administration revealed to the world the Abraham Accord, a historic peace deal signed between Israel and the United Arab Emirates. Just 30 days later, Bahrain joined the fray when it signed its own US-brokered treaty with the US. But the diplomatic developments might not stop there, according to US President Donald who believes more Arab states are keen to normalise relations with Israel.


And although the news was welcomed by many as a positive shift in the conflict-ridden region, some believe the Abraham Accords have been prophesied thousands of years ago in the Bible.

If the claims are to be believed, it could mean Jesus Christ "will return very soon".

This bizarre interpretation of the Israeli peace deals was shared by the Christian conspiracy theory blog Bible Prophecy - Signposts of the Times.

The blog said: "Upwards of an additional eight to nine Middle-Eastern nations are apparently interested in also becoming part of this new Abrahamic Declaration.

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"This is intriguing given the prophecy of Daniel the Prophet who saw a time far in the future when a covenant of many would be confirmed by a future global world leader, (who Christians know as the Antichrist)."

This so-called covenant with many is described in the Book of Daniel, Chapter Nine.

According to some interpretations of scripture, the covenant describes a temporary peace deal between Israel and its adversaries.

The peace will last until Israel clashes with its neighbours over the Third Temple in Jerusalem, which as of today is yet to be constructed.

Daniel 9:27 reads: "He will confirm a covenant with many for one 'seven.'

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