Avi Lipkin is a renown Author and Speaker. In months preceding the terrorist attack on the United States on September 11th, 2001 Avi shared intelligence information acquired by his wife, who monitors daily Arabic media for the Israeli government’s agencies.. He said that Islamists are discussing flying with planes into the buildings on their radio and television programmes. Unfortunately at that time only few people wanted to hear him. Every year he would gather information about terrorist activities travelling along the Northern and Southern borders of the United States.
Avi Lipkin spoke in numerous churches and synagogues in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Switzerland, Germany and Poland Avi lectured at the Universities and churches in Poland. He discussed the Iran’s threat for the world during the meeting with the representatives of the Presidential National Security Council, the Ministry of Defense, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Parliament experts. He also met with former, underground freedom movement, Solidarnosc, leaders.
His bold and true statements on the threat of Islamists in Switzerland influenced and encouraged majority of public opinion to stop in the referendum on minarates a cultural and religious expansion of the Islamists. They retaliated and accused Avi for defamation. In effect Swiss Court sentenced Avi for a prison term.
As an Israeli Defence Forces retired officer Avi Lipkin has an unique understanding of the political situation in the Middle East. As a devout God’s man and student of Torah, Bible and Jewish teachings he can interpret strategic information acquired on the field in the context of Judeo-Christian way of thinking. This is what discerns him from other teachers on the threat of Islam.
Avi Lipkin is an author of six books and numerous lectures recorded on DVD and audio CDs. He recently published two books: Islam Prophesied in Genesis and Return to Mecca.
Today we have privilege and honor to host him again at ChristianConceptsDaily, which he inspired and supports.
How close are we to war with Iran?
Well I think as long as the negotiations are continuing between Iran and the six major powers that are co-operating with Iran war is on a distant horizon. I think the Israelis have to sit back and offer to take the back seat and obviously the Israeli approach is that if the Iranians continue to enrich the Iranian and go from 20% to 60% and then up to 90% to weapons grad material. Obviously it is unacceptable to Israel. Now, I do believe and I’m going to say some very strange to your readers, but I think that for President Obama he has a number of reasons why. I do believe that President Obama will lead the world on an attack against Iran, he’s giving them time to show their good intentions but of course Iran has no good intentions because Iran is a crazy country. The people are good people but the government is a crazy government and the problem is the nuclear threat is something that Israel can do by itself in my opinion. Also if Israel was to attack Iran then I think we will be seeing tens of thousands of rockets fired at Israel, from Lebanon, from Syria, from Gaza, from Iran and this would be an impossible situation for Israel. Israel would have to do whatever it would do as part of the coalition led by the United States and led by President Obama and I think the November election in the United States is going to be a key factor in Obama’s decision. I believe that a war against Iran led by President Obama with the support of the United Nations would boost the popularity of President Obama.
Would seem to be sagging at this moment, so I think Obama would need a war with Iran. I think that all these negotiations now are basically shadow boxing and posturing for what will eventually will be a war with Iran. And I think the Iranian Ajatollah regime will be overthrown by a UN coalition. I wouldn’t be surprised if… Iran was divided up in World War I between the Russian Czars administration and the British because Shah in Iran in World War I was pro-Kaiser and in World War II Iran was divided up with the Soviets, British and the Americans and I would not be surprised if President Obama offered Putin a piece of the pie. In other words, if Russia goes over to the United Nations led coalition, Russia will get a piece of Iran. Or at least a piece of the oil and I think that there are two important reasons, much more important reasons to go to war with Iran rather than the nuclear threat. I think that the nuclear threat is important but it’s a fig leaf, it’s an excuse for the attack. Two major causes pushing for war are oil and capital on one hand and the Saudi fears that the Iranian Shia Islam will destroy the Saudi Sunni Islam and so between the religious war and the economic war, I think that these are the two main reasons why we will be seeing a war.. an international United Nations led war against Iran. So if you ask me about Israel, I think that Israel is a very small player here.