Brazil’s President Meets Iran’s President, But Expansion is Iran’s Plan

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad


CNN reported:

Brazil’s Lula in Iran for ‘last chance’ nuclear talks

May 16, 2010

(CNN) — Brazil’s president began talks Sunday with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in Tehran, state media reported, with international leaders saying they hoped the meeting could lead to a breakthrough in the showdown over Iran’s nuclear program…

“I am very much counting on the mission of the Brazilian president to be successful,” Medvedev said Friday.

“This could be the last chance before the U.N. Security Council makes the already known decisions,” Medvedev said, referring to the U.N. decision on imposing sanctions against Iran…

Brazil’s president is in Iran ahead of the Group of 15 developing nations meeting in Tehran. The group actually has 17 members — Algeria, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Iran, Jamaica, Kenya, Malaysia, Mexico, Nigeria, Senegal, Sri Lanka, Venezuela and Zimbabwe.

It is interesting to note that Russian and European leaders are supportive of Brazil’s plans.  Ultimately, Brazil will need to choose between those powers and because of cultural, language, and religious connections, it is appears that it will end up more on the side of the Europeans than the Russians (though it will likely maintain ties with both).

While Brazil and its President Lula da Silva are attempting to have major international influence, it appears that many leaders in Iran want to expand.  Notice the following:

Iranian cleric wants creation of ‘Greater Iran’
Associated Press – May 15, 2010 By ALI AKBAR DAREINI
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) -…Ayatollah Mohammad Bagher Kharrazi said the creation of what he calls an Islamic United States is a central aim of the political party he leads called Hezbollah, or Party of God, and that he hoped to make it a reality if they win the next presidential election. Kharrazi’s comments reveal the thinking of a growing number of hard-liners in Iran, many of whom have become more radical during the postelection political crisis and the international standoff over the country’s nuclear program…He also said its formation would be a prelude to the reappearance of the Mahdi, a revered ninth-century saint known as the Hidden Imam, whom Muslims believe will reappear before judgment day to end tyranny and promote justice in the world.

“The Islamic United States will be an introduction to the formation of the global village of the oppressed and that will be a prelude to the single global rule of the Mahdi,” the Hezbollah newspaper quoted him as saying…

Saudi Arabia and other Sunni Arab nations have watched Iran’s growing regional clout with deep concern. The growing voice of hard-liners like Kharrazi has deepened worries even if it appears unlikely such a divisive figure would win the 2013 presidential election. Still, even President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Thursday that he expects the government which follows his to be “ten times more revolutionary.”

The “Mahdi” that many in Iran want seems to be the one Bible refers to as the final King of the South.  There is little doubt that many in Iran wish he will be from their land.  Yet, because Iran is mainly east and not north of Jerusalem, it will not be.  However, its radical policies are likely to create pressure in Islamic nations such as Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and elsewhere to form this end time confederation.

The Muslim world is watching what is going on in Iran.  So are the Israelis.  Change in that region is likely to come quite soon.

The fact that Ayatollah Mohammad Bagher Kharrazi has called for an Islamic United States should tell everyone that the Islamic world intends to unite.  And to be big and powerful.  And while that power will not last, fairly soon it will form.  Though it will not result in the global rule of the Mahdi as Ayatollah Mohammad Bagher Kharrazi and others believe.  But he will cause major changes to the rule.

Some articles of possibly related interest may include:

Is There A Future King of the South? Some no longer believe there needs to be. Might Egypt, Islam, Iran, Arabs, or Ethiopia be involved? What does the Bible say?
The Arab World (and Iran) In the Bible, History, and Prophecy The Bible discusses the origins of the Arab world and discusses the Middle East in prophecy. What is ahead for the Middle East and those who follow Islam?  How might Iran be involved?
Mexico, Central America, South America, and Brazil in Prophecy [Español: México, America Central, Suramérica, y el Brasil en profecíal] [Português: México, América Central, Ámérica do Sul, e Brasil na profecia] What will happen to those of Latin America? Will they have prosperity? Will they cooperate with Europe? Will they suffer in the future? What rule might the various Caribbean nations/territories play?
Europa, the Beast, and Revelation Where did Europe get its name? What might Europe have to do with the Book of Revelation? What about “the Beast”? Is an emerging European power “the daughter of Babylon”? What is ahead for Europe?
Russia: Its Origins and Prophesied Future Where do the Russians come from? Is Ukraine in prophecy? What is prophesied for Russia and its allies? What will they do to the Europeans that supported the Beast in the end?
Is Russia the King of the North? Some claim it is. But what does the Bible teach?
Anglo – America in Prophecy & the Lost Tribes of Israel Are the Americans, Canadians, British, Scottish, Welsh, Australians, Anglo-Southern Africans, and New Zealanders descendants of Joseph? Where are the lost ten-tribes of Israel? Who are the lost tribes of Israel? Will God punish the U.S.A., Canada, United Kingdom, and other Anglo nations? Why might God allow them to be punished first?  What will happen to the nation of Israel?

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