Islam is defying the World precisely as predicted by Daniel the prophet 2,600 years ago. GMT or Greenwich Mean Time is the world standard for aviation, shipping and all commerce. Muhammed went ahead and already changed the Calendar back in 622 A.D. Now the Islamists are challenging GMT as the Saudi Government has started ticking this new clock in the city of Mecca, KSA. The clock is a striking resemblance to Big Ben and the Empire State Building. The launch of this new clock also marks the beginning of Ramadan across the world for Muslims.
There is an arabic script across the length of the clock. We can see from the photos the huge “bismallah”, which in English translates “in the name of Allah”. Watch this Chuck Missler video explaining Walid Shoebats amazing discovery matching the “bismallah” with the 666 of the Book of Revelation.
The Hebrew Old Testament prophet Daniel warned regarding the antichrist; “He shall speak pompous words against the Most High, Shall persecute the saints of the Most High, And shall intend to change times and law. Then the saints shall be given into his hand for a time and times and half a time”. Daniel 7:25
The Saudi Arabian government intended to change the Worlds center of time from GMT to Mecca Time at the completion of construction in 2012 BEFORE the rise of ISIS and beheading of Christian Saints in 2014. Daniel predicted the antichrist would intend to change times and laws before launching a wave of persecution against the Saints.
Giant Mecca clock seeks to call time on Greenwich
For more than a century, a point on the top of a hill in south-east London has been recognized as the centre of world time and the official starting point of each new day.
But now the supremacy of Greenwich Mean Time is being challenged by a gargantuan new clock being built in Mecca, by which the world’s 1.5 billion Muslims could soon be setting their watches.
Due to start ticking on Thursday as the faithful begin fasting during the month of Ramadan, the timepiece sits atop the Royal Mecca Clock Tower which dominates Islam’s holiest city.
It is at the heart of a vast complex funded by the Saudi government that will also house hotels, shopping malls and conference halls.
Bearing a striking resemblance to both St Stephen’s Tower, which houses the bell of Big Ben, and the Empire State Building, the Saudi upstart aims to outdo its revered British rival in every way.
The clock’s four faces are 151 ft in diameter and will be illuminated by 2 million LED lights along with huge Arabic script reading: “In the name of Allah”. The clock will run on Arabia Standard Time which is three hours ahead of GMT.