Special phones were dropped from a Hercules in the first RAF mercy mission, on Saturday. ' Fleeing: The military helicopter crashed on a mountain as it tried to provide aid to the 500,000-strong Yazidi population in Sinjar (pictured), near the Syrian border, as they flee Sunni militants of the Islamic State On another aid flight, there were chaotic scenes as an Iraqi army helicopter pilot agreed to let a handful of refugees on board but then relented and let 50 people including young children rush on – even though the aircraft has a passenger capacity of 15.
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The resulting war on terrorism is but the latest bout in a controversy dating back to the time of the biblical patriarchs.
Today, much of the conflict centered in the Middle East relates directly to an ancient family feud: The ongoing bitterness between the descendants of Esau (allied with the descendants of Ishmael) and the descendants of his brother Israel (the Jewish state of Israel allied with the Western Anglo-Saxon nations).
These Western nations are the recipients of the birthright of Israel—the United States and United Kingdom, along with her commonwealth countries.
We will examine the identity of the modern descendants of Esau and their relation to Israel.
We will then review historical and scriptural accounts of that ancient controversy through the centuries, and what prophecy reveals will be the final outcome.
Ancient history converges upon the region of Mesopotamia, known as the cradle of civilization.It was here that the ancient tower of Babel was said to have been located.This was the land of the famous Sumerian culture, which has been extensively studied by archaeologists.The book of Genesis reveals that the patriarch Abraham was born in this region, in the city of “Ur of the Chaldees” on the Euphrates River.Of course, the Assyrian Empire at the headwaters of the Tigris came to envelop this region.The Babylonian Empire was ruled from the famous city of Babylon, on the Euphrates.