Does the inflammation of myth and invoking of legend lead the United States? “Such were the populations we destroyed when they committed iniquities; but we fixed an appointed time for their destruction” (Sura Al-Kahf, 59). “And We gave Warning to the Children of Israel in the Book, that twice would they do mischief on the earth and be elated with mighty arrogance. When the first of the warnings came to pass, We sent against you Our servants given to terrible warfare: They entered the very inmost parts of your homes; and it was a warning fulfilled. Then did We grant you the Return as against them: We gave you increase in resources and sons, and made you the more numerous in man-power” (Sura Al-Isra, 4-6). “If you repeat it, I will deny it,” says French writer Jean-Claude Maurice.

Arabs and Muslims preoccupy themselves with their differences. The centers of American leadership unite around myths. It is believed that the Bible and Ezekiel 38-39 is the first book U.S. President Ronald Reagan read in 1980.

The Book of Ezekiel is a favorite of George W. Bush, who relied upon it to the extent of becoming more fanatically inclined to believe the myths of the Torah than the Jews themselves. Today President Obama stands on the platform of the United Nations and refuses to vote in favor of a Palestinian state becoming a member of the United Nations. He then continues to joke that the Security Council is under the chairmanship of terrorism, i.e. Lebanon, who heads the council this session. Does Obama consider Hezbollah to be a strong partner of the Lebanese government, in whose parliament Hezbollah constitutes a majority?

Has the U.S. ambassador to Lebanon ceded to the Maronite Patriarch Beshara Rai as a result of Rai expressing his disapproval in U.S. leadership concerning Lebanon and its Arab neighbors?

What we see in this study reflects the inability of the Iraqi, Arab, and Islamic media to understand the fact that American attitudes desperately defend Israel. For example, further analysis indicates a dearth of politicians who understand the Arab-Zionist conflict, and the psychology of U.S. leadership along with British, Australian and a number of other European positions follows a religious guise and inclines toward messianic myths. They are captivated by the Bible and its false prophecies. Relying upon Ezekiel 38-39, they fabricate a fictitious battle under the pretext of eliminating Gog and Magog and referencing Armageddon, or Har-Magedon (har being Hebrew for mountain and magedon being a valley in Palestine located in Merj Ibn ‘Amir).

I will mention the names in English as stated in their books circulated by the Evangelical church which says that Zionism was a “Canticle of Christ” and then became a political movement. I will also pose before the reader a number of slogans that dominated the American presidential addresses from the days of Ronald Reagan to George H.W. Bush, on through the emergence of the despotic and bitter days of George W. Bush, who seemed the most obsessed with theological superstition rooted in the biblical doctrine of Armageddon, Gog and Magog. There are detailed maps that were maintained in the offices of this Evangelical fanatic, which are considered to support Christian fundamentalist extremism and are not related to Christian churches associated with the Vatican. The reverend who wanted to burn the Qur’an falls into this bloodthirsty group, as well as the debauched actor Ronald Reagan, who became a U.S. president wishing to take part in the battle of Armageddon. But, thanks be to God, he passed away not realizing his bloodthirsty dreams. Did he not learn when his insidious plans failed in the Iran hostage crisis?

The aforementioned slogans include: Axis of evil, hotbeds of hatred, the forces of darkness, God’s chosen people, Armageddon, the emergence of the Antichrist, the Knights of the Temple.

Did George W. Bush claim that the Lord sent him coded messages through spiritual revelations and dreams? Did they claim that Gog and Magog are near Babylon and that is what the Evangelical church promoted in their slogan of Zionism as a canticle of the Christ?

George Bush pressured French President Jacques Chirac before Iraq and said that they need to wage a preemptive war to destroy Gog and Magog, who are preparing to destroy us and Israel. Despite the fact that Chirac was not convinced, he did belittle and despise him and conveyed this to Jean-Claude Maurice, the author of Si vous le répétez, je démentirai.

But Chirac hired Thomas Romer, Jewish professor and scholar from the University of Lausanne. Romer, when asked about the meaning of Gog and Magog, said that they are mentioned in the Bible and are found in Ezekiel 38-39, the Talmud, the Zohar and the Tarot. The concept seizes crowds who support these ideas and maintain the following:

1. There are more than 1200 Evangelical churches.

2. Ronald Reagan repeated Armageddon five times.

3. Jerry Falwell, a Christian fundamentalist leader, said Armageddon will be the final showdown.

4. Jimmy Swaggart said that Armageddon is approaching and will be near Babylon.

5. The fundamentalist pastor Ken Nabough claimed billions of people will die in Armageddon.

6. Schofield said Christ will lift them above the clouds.

7. The American writer, Grace Halsell, said that human history will end in Armageddon.

8. According to one of their institutions in 1985, 61 million Americans listen to programs that preach Armageddon.

9. Pastor Jack Van Impe claims to have weekly programming including: 90 TV channels with 28 million viewers, 80,000 pastors in the CBA network, run by the fanatical preacher Pat Robertson, 20,000 theological foundations, 200 theological colleges, hundreds of TV stations preaching Armageddon, and Le Nouvel Observateur, which publishes every week, month and year.

Jean-Claude Maurice, a war correspondent for the newspaper Le Journal Dimanche from 1999 to 2003, wrote books about Jacques Chirac and the current French President Nicolas Sarkozy, who led the campaign in Libya with British Prime Minister David Cameron. If we doubt that Europeans believe in Armageddon, would they turn to Libya? Or are they still living the pipe dream of Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush, who believe that Armageddon is near Babylon?

Therefore, they conduct discussions and in-depth dialogues with some members of the U.S. State Department who are devoted to studying Iraq historically, politically, socially, economically, militarily and ideologically. We thereby see U.S. politicians focusing in depth on issues of religious, ideological, ethnic and geopolitical differences, as well as archaeological and anthropological demographics in order to plunder the National Museum of Iraq and install U.S. military units in all ancient sites. Not one Iraqi politician paid attention, nor did most intellectual Iraqis.

Americans state in their secret causes and in-depth discussions that Babylon is the hot civilization (i.e. “critically appealing”) and that they will be dominated if they do not dominate others. This understanding stems from the distorted concepts of the Torah, adopted by the Evangelical church. Extremism is conducted on the surface in the name of the church, and wages a culture of biblical theology and slogans like “Zionism as a Canticle for the Christ.” It is a shame that the Arab media and all Arab intellectuals and politicians do not think deeply and seriously about this culture that hijacked U.S. leadership and American reason. Rather, they deposit a ridiculous amount of Arab funds into American banks. They distance themselves from this authentic Iraqi and Arab culture and lose their ability to detect false theological reasoning that addresses the Lord in vain and keeps the Arab culture and political momentum from adopting heavenly ideas. The Evangelical church planned to use human conflict and profess its outcome with detailed knowledge of the intentions of the Jews, who killed the prophets and are responsible for the deviation from the historical messages of the prophets.

So we should instead consult our reason, knowledge and faith in our region and our policies, which are afflicted with conspiracy and treason and prone to needed confrontation. The U.S. accompanied these policies with the mobilization of myth and hatred of Islam. It used parochialism upon those who did not read history or the Qur’an, or who were not modern figures who appreciate and respect accepted culture and policy. Therefore, we stayed in a downward spiral giving our opponents a golden opportunity. So as the situation changes the map of the conflict, “Such days We give to men.”