February 2014 Islam Prophesied 6 of 7 – last days End times news prophecy update
1 of 7 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfIq_nX6nxE
2 of 7 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLO3gc0iesk
3 of 7 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-L1LPIn_QX8
4 of 7 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-L1LPIn_QX8
5 of 7 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LbOMGSUe2PU
7 of 7 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ky7tRVGrCNQ
Walid Shoebat (Arabic: وليد شعيبات) is a Palestinian American Christian who converted from Islam. He lectures on the dangers of Islamic radicalism and is a strong supporter of the state of Israel. Born to a Jordanian Muslim father and a American mother, Shoebat lived during the early part of his life in the village of Beit Sahour, near Bethlehem.
A self-proclaimed apostate Muslim,  Walid Shoebat says he converted to Christianity in 1993 and began spreading the word about the “dangers of Islam”. He has been interviewed as a terrorism expert on several television programs, including a handful of appearances on CNN and its sister network, HLN, in 2006 and 2007. Critics have questioned his alleged PLO affiliations, which he cites as the grounds for his authority on the subject of militant Islam. 
Shoebat is also a frequent speaker at Biblical prophecy conferences comparing End Times eschatology in the Judeo-Christian and Islamic sacred texts.
According to the biography on his official website (http://www.shoebat.com/bio.php), Shoebat was born in Bethlehem, the grandson of the Mukhtar of Beit Sahour, whom Shoebat describes as an associate of Grand Mufti of Jerusalem Mohammad Amin al-Husayni. Shoebat joined the Palestine Liberation Organization in his youth, and was involved in an attack against an Israeli bank.
Shoebat says that upon his release, he continued his anti-Israeli activism until going to the United States, where he became involved with the Arab Student Organization at Loop College in Chicago. Shortly afterwards Shoebat worked as a software engineer and became a US citizen. In 1993, Walid converted to Christianity
Shoebat has appeared on mainstream media around the world, and has been portrayed as an expert witness on a number of documentaries on Islamism.
Shoebat gives lectures to local police departments regarding his belief that “most Muslims seek to impose Sharia in the United States. To prevent this, he said in an interview, he warns officers that “you need to look at the entire pool of Muslims in a community.'” According to the Washington Post:
“When Shoebat spoke to the first annual South Dakota Fusion Center Conference in Sioux Falls . . . he told them to monitor Muslim student groups and local mosques and, if possible, tap their phones. ‘You can find out a lot of information that way,’ he said.
Shoebat argues that parallels exist between radical Islam and Nazism. He says, “Secular dogma like Nazism is less dangerous than Islamofascism that we see today … because Islamofascism has a religious twist to it; it says ‘God the Almighty ordered you to do this’…. It is trying to grow itself in fifty-five Muslim states. So potentially, you could have a success rate of several Nazi Germanys, if these people get their way