Next Page: Post-Rapture (initial events)Daniel 11: 32-35Previous Page: Current EventsDaniel 11: 23-27click to enlarge This verse also sounds distinctive to modern times because how often would a king, who has just won a decisive battle, actually be more angry at a third party, which was not even involved? Yet, that sounds exactly like the situation between Iran and Israel because the Shiites are fighting the Sunni but Iran regularly blames the Jews and Americans for inciting violence among Islam. This article is a prime example of Iran including Israel into their criticisms of Wahabism (Saudi Arabia). They even mention Israel’s control over the Temple Mount, which is eye-opening because that’s where the “abomination” is set up in verse 31, below. Wahabi-Zionist onslaught on humanityPress TV [Iranian] – January 30, 2014Quote: The powerful military wings of Wahabism i.e. al-Qaeda and Talban were created and funded to bring about bigger political changes in the Muslim World. Saudi Arabia and her shameful ideology has been working as a tool for the enemies of Islam and humanity. Whether it is Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Pakistan or Yemen, the Saudi grown wild animals have been butchering Shia Muslims, killing innocent children and women in the name of Islam.Wahabism patronizes Zionism. They are sister ideologies. One has control over petroleum and the other has control over banking. One has control over the place holiest for Muslimsandthe other has control over the place equally holly for Muslims, Christians and Jews. One is loaded with throat cutting and flesh eating cannibal Jihadists, the other is loaded with thermal, chemical and atomic bombs.Daniel 11:28The king of the North will return to his own country with great wealth, but his heart will be set against the holy covenant. He will take action against it and then return to his own country. After the South loses and the peace talks take place, the North (Iran or the Shiites) will have great wealth,perhaps some kind of reparations. Yet, their real hatred will be towards Israel (heart set against the holy covenant). They will “take action” but it does not sound very serious because they return to their own country. Daniel 11:27The two kings, with their hearts bent on evil, will sit at the same table and lie to each other, but to no avail, because an end will still come at the appointed time. As I said on the previous page, the grand attack from verses 25-26 should be recognizable because there are several unique details. After the South is defeated in swift fashion (swept away), they will “sit at the same table and lie to each other”. In this day and age, that could only mean one thing: peace talks. When you think about it, peace talks in general are a phenomena of modern times. When Daniel was writing these verses, around 530 BC, kings would not fight a bloody battle and then stop to talk. They were usually fighting to take over the other’s territory and would either kill or capture the opposite king. It must have sounded strange to Daniel but it sounds perfectly normal to us. Syria crisis: Geneva peace talks end in recriminationsBBC – January 31, 2014Quotes: The Syrian government and opposition have traded insults after a week-long peace conference in Geneva ended with no firm agreement.Though the gap between the two sides was "wide", they had become used to sitting in the same room, he said.Excluded Iran Says Its Role at Talks on Syria Will Be MissedNew York Times – January 21, 2014Quote: One expert said that without Iran, the conference would fail. “The U.S. knows very well that if ever the day comes that Bashar al-Assad needs to go quietly, Iran is the only country capable of achieving that,” The latest talks in Switzerland, dubbed Geneva I and II, were definitely not the right peace talks because the war in verse 25 has not taken place. However, the talks seem to be serving a purpose because the two sides (Sunni and Shiite) are getting used to being in the same room. (right) Another reason that these talks cannot be the correct ones is that both the North and South were not invited. As I said before, Iran is leader of the North and Saudi Arabia seems to be the leader of the South. Well, Saudi Arabia was there but Iran wasapparently un-invited because the Syrian opposition threatened to boycott. Essentially, the U.N. caved to demands before the talks ever started, even though the group making the demands, the Free Syrian Army (FSA) or the Syrian National Coalition (SNC), does not even control the main fighters on the ground. When the real talks take place, Iran will be a major contributor. Related Q&A page:What about a third Jewish Temple?