Given the current situation regarding Ukraine and Russia, it is clear that Turkey has and no doubt will play a major role, politically and otherwise, that impact that relationship.
Meotti mentions some of the recent Turkish moves, including alliances, trade, military activities, the promotion of “Islamophobia” and its (religious) influence in other countries such as France.
Whilst it is brief and could use more detail, it’s a short and interesting read at just over 2,200 words.
On an additional note, Catholic prophecies (and Scripture) taken collectively describe the so-called End Times not as one event or even a gradual decline into mayhem. There is the disorder and chaos leading to a major but short war (WWIII) with a miraculous intervention followed by a short period of peace where Christianity and at least some degree of order are restored. This is followed by another descent into moral laxity, disorder and the last war (WWIV) leading to the end proper (Second Coming).
In prophecies where countries are mentioned, implicitly or explicitly, it is typically what we consider to be the “West” against Russia. Sometimes, Islamic countries are mentioned generally and sometimes include specific references, including Turkey. Either way, they are against the so-called West in the conflict (at least initially).
It is interesting that Turkey is supposed to be a NATO member and has its ties to the West but also has relations with Russia, such as the gas pipeline and its deal in acquiring air-defense systems. Consider just one excerpt of one prophecy from St Bridget of Sweden, referring to WWIII. Also keep in mind that the Hagia Sofia was just re-purposed as a mosque in July 2020.
This most unhappy war shall end when an emperor of Spanish origin will be elected, who will, in a wonderful manner, be victorious through the sign of the Cross. He shall destroy the Jewish and the Mahometan sects: he will restore the church of Santa Sophia, and all the earth shall enjoy peace and prosperity; and new cities will be erected in many places.
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